The other day we took Sadie (our new photo shoot model) to a park near us for some pictures of my Pumpkin Fest table runner and I also pulled out one of the first quilts I ever designed using Island Batik fabrics. The quilt pattern is called Golden Sunset and when I went to link to the pattern……..I couldn’t find it on Etsy or Craftsy!
I had written the pattern as a paper pattern using InDesign and had never converted it to a PDF file. I am now doing all of my patterns with full color diagrams so….I spent the last couple of days redoing the pattern (in between a baby shower and a neighborhood fish fry) and the Golden Sunset quilt pattern is now available.
- The quilt is made of two different blocks and is 60″ x 60″.
- There are templates included in the pattern for the Triangle in a Square blocks.
- If you have the AccuQuilt cutter, you can use the 2″ Triangle in a Square die #55410.
- It can also be made with the Wrights 1-Inch to 6-Inch Tri-Recs Tools.
I draped the Golden Sunset quilt over a picnic table and then we put Sadie on top….isn’t she cute!Then we got silly, this beautiful bur oak tree had all kinds of neat knots and Builder Bob held onto Sadie so I could get this picture. This is such a neat tree…..imagine how old it is! If you missed my post about the Pumpkin Fest table runner, be sure to check it out. The batiks I used in the Golden Sunset quilt pattern are two years old from Island Batik. When I made the Pumpkin Fest table runner I used batiks from my newest box from Island Batik and you can see how the colors coordinate very well.
While we were at the park, we walked down by the Grist Mill. Boy does time fly! Here is a post I did a long, long time ago when we went to a Ghost Walk by the Grist Mill.
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