Sunstruck {Free Pattern by LMS}

Lottie Da Quilt

It’s time for another free pattern Friday!  This time featuring my Sunstruck Quilt pattern I designed for P&B Textiles featuring their Tuscan Breeze line of fabric.

The quilt at the top of this post is actually made using Lottie Da by Heather Bailey for Free Spirit Fabrics.  As I was designing this quilt pattern I kept picturing it in Lottie Da and knew I wanted to try it out in these fabrics.

Here it is in Tuscan Breeze:

Tuscan Breeze fabrics designed by Norman Wyatt Jr. for P&B Textiles.

Tuscan Breeze Fabrics

Sunstruck finishes at 61″ square and is an easy quilt to piece.  I used “stitch & flip” techniques for all of the triangle shaped pieces.  So, even though it looks complex, the quilt is constructed using all rectangles or squares.

Sunstruck Quilt Pattern by Corey Yoder (Little Miss Shabby)

The free pattern is available here.

Have a wonderful Friday!

Comments (10)

  • I love it! Thank you for sharing- can’t wait to try this (thanks for the encouraging words about the triangles). 🙂

  • LOVE it! Thank you!

  • Thank you for sharing – it’s a very beautiful pattern – Merry Christmas to you and I hope 2014 is a good and prosperous year for you and your family.

  • Thanks for sharing this wonderful pattern. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  • Thanks for sharing this gorgeous pattern. All three are pretty but the Lottie Da is my favorite. You are so generous with all your free patterns. I think I have a way bigger ‘to do’ list than time but it is nice to dream about doing all these projects.

  • I’m curious what fabric collection was used in the last quilt.

  • Very pretty! Thanks 🙂

  • Thank you for sharing this lovely pattern. Love everything about it especially with the lighter colors.

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day! Have a Very Merry Christmas and Good Wishes for the New Year!

  • What a wonderful early Christmas present. Thank you for sharing your great pattern.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  • Another beautiful pattern ~ thanks so much ~ you’re so very generous!

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