Showing posts from October, 2018

New Free Pattern: Le Chandelier Quilt

Le  Chandelier Quilt is a quilt that I designed in collaboration with Fort Worth Fabric Studio.  I designed the quilt to use the new line Clover Hollow by Sherri & Chelsi for Moda Fabrics.  I really enjoyed working with this fabric line!  All of the prints are so pretty and it was so fun to sit down and work on this quilt.

The pattern is available as a free download at Fort Worth Fabric Studio.  And, also, you can purchase a kit from them to make your own!

The blocks in this quilt are very simple to make and the colors really bring them to life!  I love the effect that you get when the two blocks are combined together.

Do let me know if you have any questions on this pattern!  I will be starting to do YouTube videos and, if you think it will be helpful, I would be happy to make these blocks in a video.

If you make one, I'd love to see!  Email me or tag me on Instagram @jessicadayon and tag you photos with the hashtags #lechandelierquilt and #jessicadayonpatterns

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So Much to Sew, so Little Time

This year has flown by!  I can hardly believe that it is October.  I have been making (what feels like) a ton of quilts this year.  Still though I'm feeling like I have not gotten enough done.

I have a bunch of patterns in the works...patterns to self publish and sell, patterns for magazines, patterns for Moda Bake Shop.  And, still Christmas is coming, and I wanted to have more made by now than I actually do.  Anyone else feeling the same way??

Here're some looks at what I've been making...

I joined in on Suzy Quilts Modern Fans Sew Along.  This started September 12th and runs through November 7th.  Here is her blog post that tells all about the sew along.  I chose to use a Meraki fabric by Basic Grey for Moda Fabrics.  I'm really enjoying participating in this and I really love sewing curves.

I've recently released my White Pumpkins quilt pattern!  I love white pumpkins.  Each fall I use white pumpkins to make pumpkin pie and I just adore them.  I usually grow t…