Introducing “All Cooped Up” and “Pickin’ Up Stiks”.
I have to say these are my all time favorite patterns right now. If I’m looking for a quick gift or seasonal quilt, this is my go-to pattern.
Just choose 12 fat quarters and some border/contrasting fabrics and you’re ready to get cutting and sewing.
You make the “All Cooped Up” version first and then from the scraps from that one, you make the “Pickin” Up Stiks” quilt.
I made this one for a little boy recently. It’s hard to tell from the photo, but some of the prints are tires and the blue and cream fabrics are maps. My goal was to use prints that he wouldn’t outgrow too soon and I think this is the type of quilt he will easily use for many, many years.
The next few quilts are from a class that we taught last year.
It was labeled as a beginner class, but everyone that sees the pattern wants one just because it is that go-to, easy as pie, suits everyone’s taste, type of patterns.
The patterns are now available in paper or pdf format – take a peek up under the heading “Sipiweske Patterns”.