Monday, October 23, 2017

New Quilt Patterns - Little Miss and Sincerely

Hi everyone!  I'm excited to share with you my newest quilt patterns today!  I've been working on these for the past month or so and as of this morning you can find both of them in my shop.  First I'd like to introduce you to Little Miss - a layer cake or jelly roll friendly quilt that really lets your favorite fabrics shine!  

Little Miss quilt pattern from A Bright Corner

I named this quilt for my little niece who is equal parts sweet and sassy.  Some days she's "little miss trouble" and some days she's "little miss sassy" and the rest of the time she's "little miss cutie pie."

Little Miss quilt pattern from A Bright Corner

With one layer cake or jelly roll you'll be able to make the throw sized quilt which is shown here.  For this one I used the new First Romance fabrics designed by Kristyne Czepruyk for Moda.  This is Kristyne's first fabric line with Moda and I just fell in love with it as I made this quilt.   

First Romance fabric from Moda

I also wanted to show you a different take on this pattern, so here is Little Miss crib size, done in all solid fabrics.  

Little Miss quilt pattern from A Bright Corner

As with all of my patterns, Little Miss has measurements and instructions for multiple sizes of quilt (crib, throw, twin, and queen.) 

Little Miss quilt pattern from A Bright Corner


Next up is Sincerely.  This is a great pattern for showing off your favorite medium and large scale prints!  

Sincerely quilt pattern by A Bright Corner

Sincerely is a fat quarter friendly pattern and has instructions for four sizes of quilts (baby, throw, twin, and queen).  

Sincerely quilt pattern by A Bright Corner

The size shown here is the twin size, made from the new Flower Mill fabric line designed by Corey Yoder for Moda.  Flower Mill should be hitting stores this month so look for it in your local shops!

Flower Mill fabrics by Corey Yoder for Moda

I actually have a story behind the name of this pattern.  My youngest son is in fourth grade right now.  A few weeks ago we were practicing for his spelling test and I took a short trip down memory lane.  I vividly remember learning how to spell 'sincerely' in fourth grade as we were practicing how to properly write letters.  My teacher gave us a few options of how to close a letter and "Sincerely" was my personal favorite.  It works well in so many situations and my fourth grade brain just loved that.  No one writes real letters anymore, do they?  It's such a shame.

Here's a second version of Sincerely - this time in Corey Yoder's first fabric line from 2015, called Prairie.  

Sincerely quilt pattern by A Bright Corner - fat quarter friendly pattern

I just love how these quilt blocks allow the pretty floral fabrics to take the spotlight!

Sincerely quilt pattern by A Bright Corner


Both Little Miss and Sincerely patterns are available now in my shop, as either a PDF (immediate download) or a paper pattern.  No need to pre-order the paper patterns - they're ready to ship today!  And for this week, get 20% off your entire order when you enter the promo code OCTOBER20!  Code is good until midnight on Friday, October 27 so don't wait!

Want to see your favorite A Bright Corner patterns in your local quilt shop?  Let them know they can order my patterns through Checker or Brewer distributors, or email me for wholesale pricing.  





5 comments:

  1. Beautiful new patterns - love them in all the fabric lines shown. Very stunning!

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  2. They are both really fun patterns, and you made them so cute with the colors you chose to make them in.

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  3. These are both great patterns. I enjoyed seeing them each in different fabrics, it really makes them each so unique.

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  4. Both quilts are really cool. Thanks for sharing two different color ways for each pattern. Fabric choice makes such a big difference.

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