Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Winter Wreath ++ Pattern Release

It's the end of September so Christmas is only about 3 months away!  If you are looking for a quick, jelly roll friendly pattern to make some holiday gifts, I would love to introduce you to Winter Wreath.


The pattern contains instructions for a lap sized quilt and for my version, I made my own jelly roll by cutting strips from some of my favorite red, green, and gray prints (most of the prints are by Bonnie and Camille for Moda Fabrics).  The quilt top is super quick to piece with almost no seams to match.

Jennifer Istok of Knotted Thread (InstagramEtsy shop) quilted this quilt for me using a diamond spiral type pattern.  I love how the quilting adds texture to the background of the quilt without taking away from the design on the quilt top.  Jennifer did a wonderful job!

I finished the quilt with a red and white bias striped binding, it reminds me of candy canes :)


Amy Garro of Quilt Photography Co. worked her photography magic on Winter Wreath!  She does such a wonderful job capturing the true colors and textures in a quilt.  All of the photos in this post (including the quilt cover photo) are by Amy.  If you would like more information on the packages and prices of the Quilt Photography Co, you can find them right here.

Special Introductory Pricing

Winter Wreaths will be available for a special introductory price of $8 through September 30th and the pattern can be found in my Craftsy and Etsy shops.  

Save more on Etsy ... Buy 2 or more patterns for a discount! Buy 2 patterns and use the coupon code TWOPATTERNS for $2 off. Buy 3 patterns and use the coupon code THREEPATTERNS for $4 off.


Winter Wreath looks great in holiday colors, but you can easily switch up the design to a non-holiday version by using different colors like the rendering below:


Disclosure: I applied to be an ambassador of her company because I such a fan of her photographic work. Amy provided me with the photographs of Winter Wreath for free. All opinions are completely mine.

Many, many thanks to Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl and Paige @Quilted Blooms for their help with tech editing this pattern!
I would love to see what you make with the pattern! You can share your quilt:Meadow Mist Designs Facebook group and Social Media: #WinterWreathQuilt



Winter Wreath Pattern: Craftsy, Etsy



I am linking up with Lorna @ Sew Fresh Quilts




12 comments:

  1. I love this design and the quilting is a super fun compliment to the quilt top, Cheryl. Amy's photography is lovely, and I love the candy cane binding, too. :)

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  2. A jelly roll quilt for those of us who are stumped with what to do with them! Love the idea of a holiday theme, but it would be wonderful in just about any fabric...plus no seams to match...win, win! Congrats Cheryl!

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  3. I love this! I have a Christmas Jelly Roll collecting dust as I type that this would look great in :)

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  4. What a great pattern and perfect for those Christmas/Holiday-themed fabrics. Congratulations.

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  5. I love this design and what could be easier than using jelly rolls! I love Christmas wreaths but I'm also seeing this made with fall colors, and blue and silver..............my mind is spinning with ideas. Gonna run right over to your etsy shop and see what tickles my fancy. Nadine Willis rnwillis@velotech.net

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  6. Very cool Cheryl!! My girlfriend has been looking for a jelly roll friendly pattern. I just shared the link with her and she loves it! We go on retreat in November and I am buying her the pattern as a quilty pal gift. Thank you for sharing!!

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    1. That is so awesome, thank you so much Daniela!

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  7. Inspiring jelly roll patterns are a little bit hard to find. This is great and I particularly like it in Christmas colours

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  8. I think this would be great in any fabrics.

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  9. I love this! Congrats on publishing another lovely pattern Cheryl!

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  10. It is such a cosy pattern! The binding made me think of candy cane too. A perfect finish :)

    -Soma

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  11. It's a fun pattern. Hard to believe the holidays are just around the corner!

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