I can’t believe it’s been over a month since I last posted one of my Design Sheets – the time went really fast! I’ve been super busy with non-quilting related activities. First was an organized bicycle ride, the Mickelson Trail Trek, which hubby and I have done for the last four years. Beautiful scenery, well organized ride by S.D. Game Fish & Parks, and fun friends to share it with – this is one of my favorite annual rides.
I then attended a Garth Brooks concert for the first time – what a great show!
The following weekend, several friends and I traveled to Lanesboro MN. This town is right in the middle of the Root River Trail, a beautiful paved trail that is a popular destination for cyclists. For three days we biked, ate, shopped, attended a play, played card games, and LAUGHED!
The following weekend was a Girls Camp-out – actually more like a Glamp-out – as we stayed in my friend’s 36′ motorhome. More biking, eating, game playing and laughter. We did invite the guys for supper on Sat. night.
Now that the garden is put to bed for the winter and the weather is getting colder, it’s time to get back to quilting.
New Quilting Design Sheet – Ebb & Flow
The next in my series of Design Sheets is for Ebb & Flow quilting designs. This set started as a fabulous pantograph. Use just one row as a border or sashing, or offset every other row for an undulating design that gives a lot of movement. Also included are two other border designs, two frames, two wreaths, a block and a star.
Don’t forget that Design Sheets are a GREAT resource for you when trying to find just the right design for a quilt – print out the Design Sheets, store them in a binder, and flip through them as needed. Your clients will appreciate being able to see the various designs available as well.
If you don’t quilt your own quilts, you can STILL take advantage of these Design Sheets. Just send a link to your longarmer and she/he can order the designs to use on your quilt.
Don’t you just love how the Ebb & Flow pantograph looks on this baby quilt?
By the way, the piecing pattern is one I designed called Baby Bricks. There’s also a larger version called Bricklayer that looks great in masculine colors for a guy’s quilt.
And the pattern is an instant download from Craftsy, so you can start sewing it right away!
Ebb & Flow Quilting Design Sheets
When you are ready to print this Design Sheet, here is a PDF version – Ebb & Flow PDF. Just make sure you set your printer to use letter-sized paper in portrait mode, and click “Fit” to get it all on one page.
Don’t have a printer available right now? How about saving the image below to a board on Pinterest? Just click the “Save” button, then you’ll quickly be able to access it whenever you want. I’m saving mine to a board called “Modern Quilting Designs”.
I’ll be posting new quilting Design Sheets every so often, so be sure and check back to see what’s new. Or, subscribe to my blog so you’ll be notified when there’s a new entry. And check often with my distributors, as each of them adds designs at different times, and not all of them carry all of my designs. Click any of the logos below to be taken to their websites.
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I hope you find some designs that will work for you. And remember, take some photos of the quilts you complete with my designs, and share them with me – I always love to see what you are working on.