Summer Star Mini and Pam Kitty Garden!

I’m a little late in doing a blog post about this one: This is my latest mini pattern called Summer Star Mini. It measures 37″x37″ and you can get it at my little Etsy shop (for only $4.75 limited time!) There’s an option for a paper pattern (shipping is on me!) or an instant download of a PDF pattern. This is a charm pack friendly pattern.

Also, for a limited time my friend Cristi at Whimsy Quilts and Fabrics is selling a full quilt kit to make this exact quilt pictured above.  It comes with everything – all the supplies to make the quilt top, backing fabric, one of my paper patterns and binding! You can find the kits HERE. If she’s sold out of the kits (her kits go quickly!) and you would like one, just leave me a comment and I’ll hook you up.

The fabrics used for this quilt are by Pam Kitty Morning for LakeHouse Drygoods LLC. I absolutely adore Pam and her fabrics. And what’s really exciting is Pam and Holly Holderman of Lakehouse Fabrics are coming out with a new fabric collection called Pam Kitty Garden that I am absolutely panicked about. I must buy it ALL.

For Spring Quilt Market (last week), Pam and Holly used my Summer Star Mini pattern to help showcase their Pam Kitty Garden collection for their distributor booklet. Check it out! The page layout and fabrics are all by Lakehouse Drygoods Fabrics.

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How cute is that!?


Thanks for stopping by and checking out my latest! I’m currently working on a Summer Star Mini pattern using the Mirabelle charm pack (above) – it comes together really quickly, in fact I’m almost done! Check out my Facebook and/or Instagram for current updates on it.

Also, don’t forget to grab a quilt kit or pattern on your way out 😉

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4 Responses to Summer Star Mini and Pam Kitty Garden!

  1. Janine May 20, 2014 at 11:10 pm #

    This is a really lovely pattern. I hope it sells well 🙂

  2. Alyssa Ledin May 21, 2014 at 1:10 pm #

    Very pretty!

  3. Quilt Fabric Pizazz May 21, 2014 at 4:15 pm #

    Very cute mini quilt, but still large enough for an infant newborn quilt with light poly batting. I think I will give it a go and have it on hand for the next baby. I like the variations you have shown with a mini print as the background, and another with a dark background. Amazing how different it can look when choosing different fabrics. Very nice. Thanks for posting.

  4. Dorothy Griffiths May 25, 2014 at 6:31 pm #

    Jera what gorgeous patterns, I am new to sewing so will be popping over to your shop. Have a wonderful weekend. Big hugs Dorothyxxxxxxxx

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