Thursday, June 7, 2018

Lindsay Lou - A New Pattern

 50' x 66"

This is my new pattern called Lindsay Lou. I named it after my oldest daughter. As you might have guessed, her name is Lindsay. When she was little I used to call her Lindsay Lou. Her middle name is not Lou, but it just sounds so playful and sweet.

This is an easy beginner quilt that is perfect for summer! It comes in 5 sizes from Baby to King and is made from a layer cake. I used the Nest fabric line from Moda to make the lap size quilt.


I found a soft blue floral print for the back to keep the quilt light and airy. Lately it seems I have not been piecing my backs, so I decided to add some fun to this quilt. I found a pink fabric in my stash that goes perfectly and breaks up the blue of the backing fabric.


Myra from Busy Hands Quilts  made a baby size with a beautiful aqua background. She chose bolder fabrics in navy and red for the triangles. I just love this combo!



Hope you like my new pattern, it's a different style than the others. Thanks for stopping by! You can find Lindsay Lou here.

Linking with Busy Hands Quilts and Confessions of a Fabric Addict.


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    1. Thanks! Sweet is a perfect description!

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  2. Wow another pattern, you are just whipping them out!!

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  3. Hi Shannon,
    What does Lindsay think of her namesake? I think it is really sweet, and lovely. I love the allover quilting - it gives it the perfect amount of quilty goodness. You quilt holder is doing a fabulous job!
    Happy Friday! ~smile~ Roseanne

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    1. Lindsay was so-so about me name this after her. But then that is the typical response about all my quilts from my teenage daughter. I did try to keep those cute toes out of the picture, but you know quilt holders get tired quickly!

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    1. Thanks! I had fun working on this one.

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