Quilt Patterns - Sharon Keightley Quilts

Quilt Patterns

February 19, 2013 2 Comments

Hello Everyone Where does the time go?  I hope it slows down soon, I have a plan not to let it get away from me this year, although I am not sure it is working. Last year was full of deadlines which kept me on track but did not allow for much creative time out, so I am hoping to make this year more flexible. However I did get time to have a lovely quilt published in the Australian Patchwork Magazine a two part pattern for January and February editions. I have been working on pattern writing all last week and have the pattern finished for this lovely quilt. Pattern available here. [caption id="attachment_1373" align="aligncenter" width="819"]My Blue Garden My Blue Garden[/caption]     I also finished the pattern for my Wildflower quilt that I have been working hard to finish. I am soooo happy to have these quilts finished, all the hard work is now worth the while. Pattern available here. [caption id="attachment_1372" align="aligncenter" width="743"]Wilflower Wildflower[/caption]   My schedule for this year has several teaching engagements. I will be teaching invisible machine applique this Saturday 23rd Feb at All Things Patchwork. If you would like to do a class with me you can contact Cheryl. If this class is full I will be doing more classes so you can always put your name down for a future class. I will be teaching my Starflower table runner, you will learn the method for invisible machine applique or if you prefer to stitch by hand this method can also be used. My table runner is in the shop if anyone would like to take a look. When you have done my applique class, there is a great opportunity for those of you who need extra help, or would like to make any of my patterns to join my group I am going to be running at the shop. I am looking forward to this, it will be loads of fun and a chance to learn and share and make some lovely new friends. For more information on this group contact  Cheryl at All Things Patchwork. I am also teaching machine quilting classes at All Things Patchwork in March 11th and 18th. This should be a fun class, learning to quilt lovely feathers and fill in designs and quilt those large quilts with a domestic machine. Wow that is a lot of information    



2 Responses

Joanie's Quilts
Joanie's Quilts

August 03, 2016

Sharon your quilts and patterns are stunning! I would take a class if I could afford a trip to Australia. I guess I will have to just follow your blog. The Blue Garden is my favorite. I like the combo of applique and piecing in this quilt. I was thinking this morning about looking for something in blues and taupes for my guest bedroom. Do you think taupe in place of the red would be too blase? Anyways love the quilt!

sharon
sharon

August 03, 2016

Hello Joanie
Thank you so much for your kind words, glad to have you as a follower. Although we are relativity close to Australia, I live in New Zealand. I like the lift the red gives the quilt, you may have to do a test with the taupe and see how it looks, I would love to see what you come up with.
Sharon

Leave a comment


Also in Sharon Keightley Quilts - Quilty Ramblings

Making Vines for Adelicia Sampler Quilt Tutorial
Making Vines for Adelicia Sampler Quilt Tutorial

June 28, 2022

Today I thought I would share my method for creating the vines in the Adelicia Sampler Quilt. I love how the vines have a little extra dimension using this easy method. Take a look at the video to see me working on the vines and talking about my process.

Continue Reading

Sewing Flying Geese Borders
Sewing Flying Geese Borders

May 20, 2022

How to press a Flying Geese Border ? This is the question I was asked so I have done my best to answer as it is not exactly what you might be expecting to see. Read more to see how I pressed the seams to get nice flat intersections. 

 

Continue Reading

Sewing Flying Geese method four at a time
Sewing Flying Geese method four at a time

April 27, 2022

Making four Flying Geese units at a time is a great time saver, and a wonderful method. I love to oversize the units and trim them down to the correct size for perfect blocks. Read how I go about making these versatile units that I use in almost every quilt I make.

 

Continue Reading