The simple blocks and soft color palette combines to create an absolutely perfect baby quilt. But if you wanted to make it in bolder colors, or prints, you can buy the pattern in her shop to create a completely different look. It was quilted by Crinkle Love.
I absolutely adore the way it looks draped! It's a baby / throw size, and would be the perfect compliment to a modern nursery or living room. The variety of simple geometric shapes combined into one quilt top creates a quilt that is interesting to look at from a variety of angles, folded or unfolded. Pattern available here, original quilt for sale here.
Brittany shared that this design was "inspired by the rich Native American history in the mountains of Western North Carolina".
PIECED BY BRITTANY LLOYD
quilted by Knot and Thread Design, custom photography package by us
We're excited to share our first Brand Ambassador quilt! Brittany designed and pieced this sweet baby quilt, Celtic Crossing, as a play on the negative space of a traditional Irish Chain quilt. For this version, she used gray solids, paired with a striking geometric quilting pattern.
"I started with Kona Charcoal on the outer edges, then Kona Steel, Kona Iron and Kona Quicksilver. My background was Kona Snow (as always!). I'm typically not the biggest ombre fan, but I HAD to do it with this quilt and I loved how it turned out!"
This quilt is all about line and form, and beautifully combines soft and strong. Brittany sent this quilt off to Knot and Thread Design for edge-to-edge quilting, and used a whimsical hedgehog print for the backing.
You can find this pattern for sale in her shop here.
QUILTED BY JOANNE KERTON, www.CANUCKQUILTER.com // PHOTOGRAPHY PACKAGE 1 BY US
Pattern available HERE
This fun quilt is perfect for the little ones in your life! Joanne offers a pattern for Starfall in baby, throw, and twin sizes. It combines isosceles triangles and traditional 6-pointed stars in a joyful 'falling' pattern. Joanne sewed this version with bright, vibrant florals alongside a cream background fabric. She quilted it with a combination of straight lines and diagonals, switching whimsically between the two.