Quilt patterns

It’s almost four years now since I became self-employed and part of my original plan was to write quilt and sewing patterns. I have written quite a few now for magazines (you can see the list here), but I have also been writing my own patterns.  I can confidently recommend them to you, because of the feedback I have received, including:

‘It’s the easiest pattern I’ve ever used – and I’ve been quilting a long time.’

I sometimes sell the patterns in paper form at Craft Fairs, but most often sell via my Etsy shop. This year, Etsy is celebrating its 13th birthday with a site-wide sale. In the Amanda Jane Textiles shop, most patterns are 50% off from the 18th June until the 22nd June. So I thought I would show you my range.

There are two double bed quilts:

There are five single bed quilts:

Next come two cot quilts and two lap-quilts:

There are some useful items for quilters and sewers:

There are tea-cosies and cafetiere cosies:

A couple of things for Christmas:

And a really cute mini-quilt to make for a teddy or doll and a pair of pretty zip-up bags.

To go direct to my Etsy shop, click here.

 

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