I am happy to introduce the Scrappy Tiles Pattern today! The pattern is layer cake and scrap friendly and contains instructions for baby and lap sized quilts.
The pattern for Scrappy Tiles has been in development for a while. The quilt was actually finished back in May but I had to put the drafting of the pattern off for a few months for some secret sewing (which I get to show off within the next month!).
I had 6 wonderful women test and review the pattern for me and I am so grateful for them. Their versions are posted here and here.
The Scrappy Tiles pattern looks like a random array of squares and rectangles, but is actually made of of a repeating single block design that is rotated within the quilt top to give the top a random look. The Scrappy Tiles pattern has directions to make the quilt top using 10" x 10" squares (commonly referred to a layer cake slices) and scraps in two sizes: a baby quilt measuring 36" x 48" and a lap (or toddler) size measuring 48" x 60".
For my version of Scrappy Tiles, I used a stacker (what Riley Blake calls their layer cakes) of Fly a Kite by October Afternoon for Riley Blake.
To introduce Scrappy Tiles, the pattern will be available in my Etsy shop and Craftsy shop for $5.50 for 2 weeks (through Monday October 20th) before it goes up to its full price.
If you decide to make anything from a Meadow Mist Designs pattern or tutorial, I hope you will consider adding it to the Meadow Mist Designs flickr group and/or use the hashtag #MeadowMistDesigns when sharing on Instagram.
I am linking up to MOP Monday @ Tweety Loves Quilting, Anything Goes Mondays @ Stitch by Stitch, Fabric Tuesday @ Quilt Story, and Sew Cute Tuesday @ Blossom Heart Quilts, Show and Tuesday @ Freshly Squeezed Fabrics, and Crazy Mom Quilts.