Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Scrappy Tiles Testers Part 1

Today I wanted to highlight two of the wonderful women that helped me out so much with the pattern testing and reviewing.  Scrappy Tiles is now available in my Meadow Mist Designs pattern shop.

First up is Beth from Cooking up Quilts.  I met Beth through the 2014 New Quilt Blogger Blog Hop and she makes some absolutely beautiful quilts and bags.  Go check out her latest finish, a great take on the classic Churn Dash quilt.  

In addition, she is an amazing pattern tester.  In one day (in fact less than 24 hours) she had the top complete using a layer cake she had!  Less than a week from getting the pattern she had the entire quilt quilted and bound.  She named her version "All Mixed Up" and used her left over layer cake slices for a pieced back.  I love her version with its wonderful swirl quilting!  

The second quilter and tester I would like to highlight today is Lynda.  Lynda does not have a blog, so here is a bit about her:

"I am a 69 y/o widow retired from working in the Insurance Industry for over 40 years now living in the PNW.  I have three children and three years ago I was blessed with three grandchildren, two girls and a boy, a perfect family all at once!  At 3 my daughter calls them her mini mafia and Grandma loves making quilts and other fun stuff for them.

 I believe that being creative keeps you young – you don’t have to be good, just be yourself – if you like it that is all that matters."

Lynda made an excellent Christmas and winter version of the quilt using a layer cake of Winter’s Lane.  She said that one of things she enjoyed about the pattern was that the blocks could be rotated so that the birds and other printed objects in the fabrics could be right side up.  Here are some pictures of her finished quilt:

Remember, you can find Scrappy Tiles in my pattern shop.


  1. Excellent job ladies and congrats on your beautiful new pattern Cheryl! ~Shari

  2. So pretty, I really love seeing the same pattern done in different fabrics because it helps me think of more possibilities.

  3. Thank you for such sweet comments Cheryl! I loved making this quilt and can't wait to do another. It is a well-written pattern and I like that it's layer cake friendly. Good job!

  4. I really do like seeing a pattern made with different fabrics. Congratulations on how well the pattern is selling!

  5. These are great ... never thought about using it for a Christmas pattern but that would be a great idea! ... Hmmm .... I may change plans on the quilt I am testing for your now ...

  6. thanks for the mention! I didn't get a chance to advertise that your pattern was on sale on my blog as I was on holiday, I'll do it for the next one though!

  7. Love Lynda's version of your new pattern. Congratulations on its success.


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