Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Diamonds in the Deep

Hello All,

I'm very happy to announce my first quilting pattern, Diamonds in the Deep, is available for sale!

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I have a new Pattern Shop (you can see it up there in the menu) where you'll find it listed.

Diamonds in the Deep uses various log cabin blocks to form an asymmetrical colour gradation across the quilt (phew, that sounds technical).

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The pattern is a downloadable PDF (not a physical, paper pattern) and contains lots of instructions and cutting guides and diagrams.

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Diamonds in the Deep comes with instructions for four quilt sizes: crib, lap, twin and queen.

You can easily make the pattern with yardage or scraps and yardage (as I have here) or completely from scraps. We are nothing if not versatile ;)

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I had four wonderful and talented testers make up a version in each size and I can't wait to show you what they made. But more on that through the week.

This being the first time I've sold a pattern, I think I've got all the different shop/payment/delivery interfaces set up properly. If you do decide to buy it (1000thankyous) and experience any problems at all, just shoot me an email and I will sort it out.

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Thank you and happy sewing!



9 comments:

  1. Oh, oh -- I had only seen snippets of Kim's orangey take of this pattern. The full design in all its glory is lovely. And the dark teal version with the low-volume prints is breathtaking. Well done!

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  2. Your version is gorgeous Kirsty! The turquoise is such a beautiful shade. Good luck with the pattern sales!

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  3. Congratulations, Kirsty! You did it! It is SO lovely and I can't wait to see what else the future holds for you! Lots of luck on your sales! xoxo

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  4. Congratulations! I love it and it looks like a perfect scrap pattern as well! Looking forward to see the other interpretations of it!

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  5. wahoo congratulations Kirsty, that's fabulous!! You must feel very happy, relieved and amazed that it's now out there in the world. I hope it takes off like a rocket. xx

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  6. Clever idea, kind of like the colour washes out more the nearer you get to the bottom

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  7. Congratulations, Kirsty! Totally gorgeous quilt. I'm loving the mix of LV to make the colour graduations - too clever! Happy sales and here's to many more patterns from your talented hands. :o)

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  8. Congratulations on such a brilliant pattern Kirsty! Really love your pretty aqua and LV version.

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  9. Congratulations Kirsty, it is a fabulous pattern. I can't wait to see the rest of the pattern testers quilts, your s and Susan's are both stunning. You must be so relieved that you are now a proper designer and have a gorgeous first pattern for sale. Good luck with your future patterns.

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