September20, 2016

Anneliese - Comments (2) - Patterns

Considering it’s September I think we better get some of those market quilts up here, don’t you think? What better way to start than with Quixote.

Quixote 1

Isn’t it spectacular?! Brenda wanted to capture the whirring movement of windmills across the fields. The blocks are a mix of everything. A little Zen Chic, some V and Co, Cotton and Steel, all the happy fabrics mushed together and set off with the grey Essex linen. We do love a grey linen.

Quixote 3

The blocks are fun to put together, too. You can either work with a light, a medium, and a dark or go for a color transition.

Quixote 2

And the jaw-dropping feather quilting is by Valary Tieszen of On Point Quilting in Omaha. She’s the best kind of crazy, or at least our kind of crazy.

Quixote Cover

You can download the pattern from our Etsy store here.

Or you can download the pattern from our Craftsy store here.



  • Laura

    12:16 PM, September 2016

    I saw your Quixotic pattern at Quilting Adventures today. What a great block! I’ve put it on my long list of quilts I want to make.

    • Anneliese

      7:29 AM, September 2016

      Thanks Laura! It’s a fun one to put together and play with all the fabric combinations.

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