Hello! As promised, below is a free printer-friendly La Conner Stars quilt pattern I made just for you! It is a classic star quilt block that is easy to make and creates a beautiful and timeless quilt.
A quick message to shop owners: Simply print La Conner Stars pattern in color, fold it up and give away, sell, or make quilt kits using my new fabric collection, La Conner for Lecien Fabrics. 🙂 Please, please feel free to share any of my La Conner photos on your website or social media to help promote, because I know it can be a challenge taking fabric photos. You can find La Conner fabric photos here.
Or if you happened to pop by my blog, this pattern is my gift to you – I hope it sparks some inspiration to get started on a quilt! 🙂
This quilt uses all 36 prints from my new fabric collection, La Conner. La Conner will be available in stores August 2017!
And in case you were wondering…La Conner Stars is Paige approved! (Paige is the nugget under the quilt). Because I know you were dying to know… ;-p
Simply click the image below for a free instant download of La Conner Stars pattern:
I hope you all like strawberries, ’cause…
I have a thing for strawberries, so don’t be surprised if you see strawberries reappearing in my fabrics . 🙂
I even asked to have strawberries quilted on my quilt. Do you see them?!
The mini floral print in the cranberry color way made for beautiful binding!
Also, love the hints of gold shimmer in the fabrics. It’s really hard to tell from pictures, so I hope you get a chance to see and touch the fabric in person. I had so much fun designing textiles using metallic! I plan to do more of that for future collections.
Here’s the little boy behind the quilt… 🙂 My Simon..he turns two this July. Soon he’ll be tall enough to hold up my quilts for photos.
And here’s the man behind my quilts! Thank you Ben for constantly holding up quilts for me in random, public places.
We live in the city, so cute country-side barn backgrounds are hard to find for quilt photographs. So usually we end up in our backyard alley taking quilt photos behind our neighbors sheds ;-p
As always, thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoy the pattern. Be sure to share with me on social media if you make it. 🙂