Monday, December 26, 2011

Shabby Fabrics Top 10 Patterns of 2011

Hi Everyone,
As the year draws to a close I thought I would take some time this week to reminisce. Each day I will be sharing with you the top items that we sold in each category in 2011. Today I'm going to share with you the Top 10 Patterns sold throughout the year.

1. Blessings of Spring
This cheerful quilt celebrates everything Spring! The pattern set includes patterns for all 9 blocks - including large close-up photographs of each block, finishing instructions, a fabric selection guide, and the Shabby Fabrics Applique Guide - a step-by-step guide for spray starch appliqué! Quilt finishes to 56" x 62".


2. Blessings of Summer
This joyous 55" x 65" quilt celebrates all the joys of warm summer days with twirling pinwheels, a wagon full of daisies, yummy ice cream cones and so much more. Tiny wooden clothes pins secure miniature quilts to the clothesline for added fun!

3. Holly & Berries Table Runner
This embellished Holly & Berries Tablerunner is 23" x 50". You'll have so much fun making this quick and easy project using charm squares, fusible appliqué, simple hand embroidery and sequin embellishments.

4. Vintage Valentine
Every now and again we stumble upon a pattern that causes us to catch our breath. This design called "Vintage Valentine" does just that. The beauty of this 72" x 72" heart quilt is like no other. You will receive full size templates of all appliqué pieces as well as close-up photographs of every block


5. Quilted Village
This unique quilt features all of the traditional buildings of a village: rowhouses, a schoolhouse, a chapel, town hall, and more, all around a village green! Quilt finishes to 57" x 60". This pattern set includes all 12 patterns needed to create the quilt as well as instructions for the ribbon embroidery and other embellishments. This is a perfect project for a quilt guild or community project. Project can be appliqued or paper-pieced.


6. Poinsettias de Noel
Create this stunning 68" x 68" quilt, Poinsettias de Noel, designed by Jennifer Bosworth! Each 12" perimeter block features piecing, while the center block features appliqué. Pattern includes all instructions. Consider adding the Embellishing Kit which includes gold beads, hand pressed buttons for the holly berries and gold metallic velvet ribbon.


7. Holiday Charm
The Holiday Charm pattern shows you how to make the adorable 54.5" Christmas quilt. This fun and easy table topper features an inner border of sweet hand embroidery and red glass bead accents. The piano key scalloped border is finished with a bias cut red/white striped fabric for a fun Candy Cane effect. A Shabby Fabrics exclusive design.


8. Baltimore Christmas
Baltimore Christmas is a beautiful appliqué quilt by Pearl! This is truly a spectacular heirloom quilt when completed. The 24" center medallion Santa block is surrounded by twelve 12" album style blocks with holly and berry swag appliqué border. Finished size is 69" x 69".


9. Holly & Berries Tree Skirt
The tree skirt features eight scalloped quilted panels of holly, candy cane sashing, jumbo ric rac and plenty of darling buttons and sequins for that wonderful holiday sparkle . The tree skirt is 45" in diameter..


10. Quilt For Hope
This Shabby Fabrics Exclusive pattern has been entirely rewritten and now includes instructions for 4 sizes: Crib (33" x 48"), Twin (74" x 98"), Full/Queen (92" x 98"), and King (104" x 104"). This quilt uses both piecing and appliqué to create a stunning design with the Holy Cross as the focus. Fabric Kits are also available for each size.

Which of these patterns are your favorite, and why?

3 comments:

  1. I really like the Holly Berries Tree skirt because of the rick rack and buttons! I recently purchased the kit to make Peppermint Wreath tree skirt since I loved that one too!!

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  2. Wow, a tough question Jennifer. I adore each one for different reasons. Though I have two very favorites for my quilting ability as I have limitations due to health issues and intricate applique can be hard for me. If I could do the applique that I love so much, I would definitely want to do Blessings of Summer...it stirs up such wonderful memories. But since it is easier for me to do regular piecing, I think I would choose either "Quilt for Hope" because I love what is represents...or Poinsettias de Noel because I really love sampler blocks and the applique in the middle is gorgeous and I think I could manage it...slowly, LOL. Big Hugs...

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