Wednesday, May 1, 2013

FLOOR PLAN - Modern Quilts Unlimited Magazine

Having collaborated with Modern Quilts Unlimited magazine in the Fall, when I created the Bridges & Tunnels quilt.  I was honored when they chose another quilt pattern of mine to be included in their Spring issue; which you can find on newsstands now.


If having a pattern in their magazine wasn't exciting enough, I also had the opportunity to contribute to "Guild Talk" in the back of the magazine highlighting my AWESOME St. Louis Modern Quilt Guild.





 I named this quilt Floor Plan as it reminded me of office cubicles; before my office of course moved to an "Open Work Environment".  Man, sometimes I miss those cubicles.



Moda Fabrics let me play with the new PB&J line from BasicGrey.

After lots of cutting and chain-piecing, things were coming together nicely.



Up until my Doctor Who pixel quilt, Floor Plan was one of the largest quilt that I had made to date measuring 58" x 74".  I'm very proud of this quilt and it's design is simple enough that a Beginner can tackle it too.


If you haven't yet subscribed or bought a copy of Modern Quilts Unlimited magazine, you most definately need to get on that right quick. 


Happy Wednesday !!

12 comments:

  1. Yay! How exciting! Congratulations, Kristy!

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  2. I love the design and the colors you chose, Kristy. Congratulations on making the magazine and on another wonderful quilt!

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  3. Great guilt! Really like it! Congratulations on being published! Great work, Well done!

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

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  4. Mmm love that quilt! Great pattern. I pinned it!

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  5. Congratulations, that is a gorgeous quilt! And I love that Basic Grey fabric line!

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  6. I must say i wasnt shocked tosee yetanother great pattern of yours published. I love it!

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  7. Congratulations, Kristy! It's a beautiful quilt!

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  8. Cute! I so love the colors you used :-) Well done!

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  9. LOL! Open Floor Plan is what they call it now? Geesh, when I started with Uncle Sam in 1977 (just out of high school), that's exactly what we had. Just like fashions, I guess office design is recycled too. Love your quilt, no, all your quilts. Keep up the great work.

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