First I want to thank everyone who quilted along and joined the quilt along. Over 120 people participated, and you can see about a quarter of the quilts in the Push-Pull final linkup. Also, many thanks to our sponsors. The randomly selected winners from the final linkup are:
Rochelle won a free e-book from C&T thanks to Flying Parrot Quilts and C&T Publishing.
Lisa won a $50 coupon code from Backside Fabrics.
Sondra won The Strawberry Collection, a 12 large spool thread collection, from Aurifil.
Danette won a $50 coupon code from Needle & Foot Fine Fabrics.
Mali won a 6 month subscription to Make Modern Magazine.
Cyndi and Jana won 2 throw sized Tuscany battings from Hobbs Batting.
Fonda won a 24″ x 36″ #TrueBlue navy blue cutting bat with a 45mm navy splash rotary cutter from OLFA.
Beth won a $75 gift certificate from Fat Quarter Shop.
Roberta, Anja, and Isabelle each won 3 PDF patterns from Cheryl from Meadow Mist Designs.
Daniela, Wendy, and Annette each won 3 PDF patterns from Yvonne from Quilting Jetgirl.
Now that the quilt along is over, I am pleased to offer the full Push-Pull digital quilt pattern in four sizes: baby, lap, queen, and king.
Learn about the elements that create a transparency quilt, hone your fabric selection skills, and have fun piecing the Push-Pull quilt! I have found that my exploration of transparency has helped me make better choices in my fabric selections for other projects, and I am excited to share what I have learned with you.
I purposefully designed the Queen and King size versions of Push-Pull to have the focal design elements seeming to fall off the edge of the bed. Quilts and covers are nothing if not pushed or pulled all night, right (or is that just in my house)?? However, if you would like to shift the design, then I offer 3 alternative options so that with a few simple tweaks in the final assembly, you can get the final look that makes you the happiest.