Here’s an Idea

Bird and Ladybug

Bird and Ladybug by Laura Wasilowski

I often wonder what people do with my patterns after they purchase them. Recently, I saw a version of the Bird and Lady Bug pattern as an auction piece at the Dallas Quilt Show. Hope it made big money for a good cause!

lorraynespillowAnd then there is this pillow by Lorrayne. She has placed the Going Home pattern design on a pillow topper. She also stitched the edges of the fabric elements by machine. That way she can wash the pillow without worrying about frayed fabric edges. Thanks for sharing your work with us Lorrayne!




Your Chicken is My Command

leonaleghornpatterncoverYou asked for them and now they are yours! I’ve updated my chicken patterns created years ago and hidden from sight for a decade. These are new and improved chickens. You could call them fun, delicious, and even down right tasty patterns.

chickenpatternbannerCheck out all 5 scrumptious Poultry in Motion Patterns chicken patterns. There is one with a shining personality just for you. Or that strange Aunt you have.

A Leafy Winner


Hurrah for Pam S. ¬†She is the winner of our Leaves in a Whirl pattern with instructional DVD from Friday’s give away. May she feel re-leaf.

Sadly, the rest of us did not win. But we can always get a free copy by purchasing anything from the Artfabrik store in November. It’s a $25 value and has the extra value of being free!

Leaf it Be: Free on Friday


It’s Friday again folks and that means I have another give away to……. give away. Every Friday in November I am giving away a Leaves in a Whirl pattern with complete instructions and an instructional DVD.There is also a section in the DVD that shows variations on the pattern like this one above.

It’s a $25 value but for a lucky person who leaves a comment on the blog today it’s free. And if you don’t win, you can always get a free copy by purchasing anything from the Artfabrik store in November. It’s a win, win!

Not Far from the Tree


Acorn by Laura Wasilowski

If you’re attending the Quilt Expo in Madison, please stop into our booth (#835) and check out my new pattern called Acorn. Right in time for fall, this little quilt has directions for making a woven collage for the top of the acorn and patterns for all those leaves as well. Doesn’t it look like it’s wearing a hat? Or is that just me?