Nancy Rink Blog
Quilt maker, pattern designer, fabric dyer, and lover of all things quilting
I just LOVE to see what quilters and other designers create with my fabric collections. Yesterday, my friend and SUPER talented designer Tiffany Hayes of Needle in a Hayes Stack debuted two patterns that knocked me out of my slippers. They both feature my Getting to Know Hue fabric collection. Jump on over to Tiffany's site for a downloadable version of the patterns--or ask you local quilt shop to order them.
So I don't know what's going on, but I have had several inquiries lately about the very first Amish with a Twist block of the month quilt I designed for Marcus Fabrics. It featured their Centennial Solids, and, if I do say so myself, is a striking quilt. One of the features of the program is that it was designed for beginning quilters. Each set of blocks focuses on a particular quilting skill/technique and get progressively...
So I think I mentioned that I cut out TWO Painter's Garden quilts. Why two? Well, any of you who have sewn one of my block of the month quilts, know that for some programs I like to offer you options. Getting to Know Hue had three background options to choose from. Amish with a Twist: Series III had both pieced and applique options, as did Color Love. So, here's the deal--Painter's Garden will have both...