Isabella FTU (free to use) pattern – here is the real quilt!

Maggi Honeyman machine quilts all the FTU quilts for Jo’s fabric lines.

Our friend Candy Hargrove designs the quilts and makes them.  It also takes a village to get quilts made, please remember this.

Maggi recently posted these two pictures on Facebook after taking the quilt off the frame, next up, sew the binding to the quilt and hand stitch it down, Candy will be doing this after her teaching trip this week.

Sneak Peek at the real quilt, the FTU pattern is on Andover Fabrics website – perhaps this quilt should have been called Pretty in Pink!

Fabric coming soon to your local or favorite quilt shop.  I’ll also have bundles on my website after I receive my order.

Isabella - coming of the frame

Isabella – coming off the frame

Isabella in all her glory - spread out on the floor.

Isabella in all her glory – spread out on the floor.

See how easy it is to want to make yet another quilt!


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Isabella FTU (free to use) pattern – here is the real quilt! — 7 Comments

    • Joy – My friend Candy Hargrove designs the FTU projects for my fabric lines, you need to thank Andover Fabrics for free patterns as they pay to have the quilts designed, made and MQ. Happy Sewing!

    • There isn’t a printed one, it is a ‘free to use’ pattern that was on Andover Fabrics website to promote the fabric line.

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