Patterns

Welcome to the SpringLeaf Studios pattern page.

I truly believe a great quilt doesn't have to be complicated to be stunning and beautiful. I also believe every quilter should find a way to make it their own even when they are using a pattern. That's why I include these three bonus features in my patterns.
  • A Design Lesson that explains the block, the quilt layout and how it works, and some tips on fabric selection.
  • Design Explorations so you can see how versatile the pattern really is. These include several alternative ways to use the pattern and showcase a variety of looks that can be achieved.
  • A Coloring Page so you can try out your own color scheme.
My patterns use simple, easy-to-sew techniques that don't require any intricate sewing or special tools and are suitable for anyone with a basic knowledge of quilt construction.

Patterns are available on Craftsy and my Etsy shop.

Interweave quilt pattern, Springleaf Studios, Kaffe Fassett

Interweave

The pattern includes yardage for four different sizes; baby, lap, twin, and queen. 
It's a perfect pattern for large scale prints. For more information see this post.



Matrix
The pattern includes yardage for four different sizes; baby, lap, twin, and queen. 
It's a great pattern for 2 1/2" strips or fat quarters. Yardage is given for both 
as well as cut yardage so you can choose what's best for you. For more information see this post.



Offset
Offset is a 60" x 80" throw sized quilt. It's a great pattern for 2 1/2" strips or fat quarters. Yardage is given for both as well as cut yardage so you can choose what's best for you. For more information see this post.



Cascade
Baby 42 x 51, Lap/Twin 60 x 85 and Double/Queen 93 x 93 included.
Pattern includes 2 featured designs plus 7 additional design options.
Directions for a bonus pillow project are also included. You can see more about this quilt here.



Facets
Finished quilt size 54" x 54" with yardage listed for larger sizes.
Pattern includes 2 featured designs plus 8 additional design options.
Directions for a bonus pillow project are also included. You can see more about this quilt here.



8 comments:

  1. I'm now following you via Bloglovin. I saw a picture of "Cascade" somewhere (I can't remember where) and said '"OHH" out loud because it was so beautiful. It's nice to visit your blog and get acquainted with the creator!

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  2. Hoping to see new patterns from you soon!

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  3. when is woven being published? will the pattern include queen size? great design. can't wait to tackle it. would be a willing pattern tester! just saying.

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  4. I just finished my Cascade quilt top. Your pattern is great. This was my first quilt! Can I send a photo to you?

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  5. Will you be publishing Kite tails for retail sale?

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  6. Last border going on my Facet wall hanging. I will be using a black binding but want to put the small splash of color around my last border as shown in picture. Do I assume I do the small splash of color border separate from the binding. Correct?

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    1. Hi JJ. You seem to be a no-reply commenter so I'm not sure you ever saw my email response. If you are referring to the little splashes of color that are interspersed all around the quilt, then yes, they are part of each 'border' in the quilt and separate from the binding. Although you could certainly place a bit of color within your binding if you choose. It's your quilt. Make it your way.

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  7. Your quilt designs are just fabulous! I'm heading immediately to your Etsy shop! Keep up the good work.

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WaHoo!!! You're leaving me a comment. Thanks for stopping by and do come back again. Quilt on, Anne.