Thursday, September 10, 2020

New Pattern ++ Jelly Lantern

 Happy Friday!  Jelly Lanterns is the second new pattern I am releasing today!  You can Jelly Lanterns in my shop (along with the other new pattern Candy Stripes) for their introductory sale prices.

Jelly Lanterns is a beginner level, jelly roll friendly pattern that creates lantern like shapes when the blocks are sewn together. 

All of the photographs of the cover quilt were taken by Michelle Bartholomew.  A lap size only version of Jelly Lanterns was originally released as part of the Quilt Theory collaboration.

The cover quilt was made using Blueberry Park by Karen Lewis for Robert Kaufman, Warm & White batting by The Warm Company, and Aurifil thread.

Here are some more of Michelle's beautiful photographs of the quilt...

Would you like to make your own Jelly Lanterns quilt?  It is on sale for an introductory price of $9 for only 4 days through September 14th.

You can combine this special price with the introductory pricing on Candy Stripes and also with a coupon code for even more savings. 

Use the coupon code "TWOPATTERNS" for $2 off 2 patterns and "THREEPATTERNS" for $4 off 3 patterns.

If you decide to make a Candy Stripes quilt, please share your progress and finished pictures on social media #JellyLanternsQuilt and be sure to tag me @MeadowMistDesigns :)


  1. This is such a happy quilt and a great use of jelly rolls. I'm excited to see others making it!

  2. Great pattern and would be a wonderful way to use up strings with a scrappy look. So many possibilities.

  3. I like the bright colors of sample quilt. It is great pattern for jelly rolls.

  4. Very funny...I just ran into this one in my stack (it was released another way wasn't it?)

  5. I love this quilt! I bought the pattern way back when it was first released. I've actually made it twice now.


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