Friday, November 13, 2009

Have you seen this???


I'm pretty sure I must have this pattern.
Ack! I love it!
You can find it here.

Oh, and I have more British goodness to share.
Coming next post.

15 comments:

amylouwho said...

This is awesome! Are you a BBC-ophile too! We really should hang out.

Nedra said...

I saw this on someone else's blog done in patriotic colors and I think I like it even more in the brights. Great quilt.

Jackie said...

Really cute pattern!

Katy said...

wow - that's gorgeous, isn't it? I wonder if it's paper pieced or just regular ieced.

Laurie, the girls and Scott said...

Oh Amy, you have cursed me. Now I have to make another quilt.

A. said...

Woah! That is super cool! I don't think I am quite talented enough to do that just yet, though... so how about you make it and I'll drool. :)

live a colorful life said...

I immediately went to her website and ordered this pattern. Awesome. Love the fabrics she picked. Hmmm...I may have to order some more fabric now.

angela said...

That looks like one fun pattern! I love the colors of the sample, too.

Evelyn said...

I got to meet Michelle (the designer) at a retreat just last weekend! She is so nice and so funny in person. She brought a finished version of this quilt to show (so fantastic!), and was working on yet another one. (By the way, for Katy above - I'm pretty sure it's not paper pieced.) It's above my skill level right now, but I'd love to make one myself someday!

CitricSugar said...

I made a twin-sized Union Jack as a quilt one year as a gift - stupidly did NOT take a photo - but what got me is the 27 degree angle of the St George cross. Took me forever to figure out - having a pattern would be very handy!! Good luck with the quilt!

Laura said...

[squeal!] . . . [squeal!] . . . LOVE it! If only I didn't have so many unfinished projects right now . . .

searchfamilies said...

It a nice one certainly british lol
Hugs Janice

jaybird said...

i hadn't... thanks for sharing.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I adore it. I love it. I want to make it. But when????

Leah said...

LOVE this!! I just got the pattern to do a red, white & blue one for my hubby (he spent 2 years in Ireland/Northern Ireland) :D - btw, for those wondering, it's made with STRIPS! brilliant!