Introducing "Barcelona", my newest pattern. I have uploaded the digital pattern for sale today in my Etsy shop. Here is the link:
This quilt design was inspired by the colours of the Mediterranean sea and the Basilica Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, hence the name.
It goes together with quickly. I quilted it with a panto called "Bougainvillea" (I know, how fitting right?) That's where the magenta colour in the quilt came from...those lovely Boungainvillea bushes so prevalent in the Mediterranean. You can get the pantograph at Urban Elementz
I'm trying to ramp up my pattern business so I actually had my friend Mae Petersen piece this quilt for me so I could keep on designing the next ones in the hopper. This is the first time I've done that. Previously, I would design the quilt in EQ8, make the quilt, quilt the quilt, bind the quilt, photograph the quilt, do the technical writing for the pattern, send it out for proofreading, then create the PDF and then do the marketing. Phew! It's not a quick process as you can imagine. So I was very grateful to have such a good quilter (and friend) willing to help me out.
I hope you like this pattern. I've got it on sale for the remainder of the month of April. The regular price is $15 but for this month it's $10.50. It's already marked down in my shop so no adding a coupon at checkout.
Thank you for supporting small business. I sure appreciate it!
Until next time,
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