Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Free Pattern Day: Frosted Blocks (and more)

Don't think Christmas! Just because you see Frosty the Snowman doesn't mean he only comes around at Christmas time. When there's snow, there's Frosty! This is a delightful 1930s print that is Winter themed (ok, I know you see gingerbread houses and Christmas stockings and candy canes - what can I say?) This is Frosted Blocks.

Frosted Blocks: 56" x 65"
This uses my tried and true pattern which I call Tilt. I first made this style of quilt in 2002 when I looked at the Tri-Recs ruler and figured I could "tilt" some charm squares. I called it "The Talking Quilt" because the squares are novelty prints that would get the interest of a child and get them to "talk" about each one. Don't use this for nap time - they won't go to sleep!

The Talking Quilt
Then I made it again for Windham in 2007:

Tumbling Dice - FREE pattern
Then I made it again using another Windham Fabrics collection called "Cream and Sugar."

Cream and Sugar quilt
And again for P and B Textiles (2017) and that is a FREE pattern, too!

Where the Wild Things Are - FREE pattern!

OK, that's enough. I have more but I'll leave those for another day. Click on those links above and you can have THREE FREE patterns that use my Tilt Block. If you have a Tri-Recs ruler, the Creative Grids Perfect Rectangle ruler or my set of Arrowheads Rulers, then these will work.

 TEMPLATES are included in each of the patterns, of course!!

5 comments:

  1. Thank you Debby. You are so generous with your creativities. I love this cute pattern.

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  3. Hi Debby! I do have the Tri-Recs ruler that I rarely use. I bought it for some Christmas tree blocks and then they went into rulerland storage. Meaning I'm not sure where I put them. But these patterns may just cause me to pull them out of hiding, assuming I can figure out where that is. thanks for all the cute links! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. Thanks! I just recently used my Tri-Recs ruler and am looking forward to finding more patterns to use it. I hear you can make HRTs with it.

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