Prairie Patterns

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  1. Karin says:

    I went to your Etsy page, but all I saw was paper patterns… No PDF patterns for us impatient quilters? ::grins::

    • Corey says:

      I know Karen!–I’ve been trying for hours today to get the PDF’s listed but they just don’t want to upload. I wanted to get the paper ones up as soon as I could ’cause I know some prefer that. I’ll keep trying on the PDF’s to get them up as soon as I can.

  2. Modalissa says:

    It was so nice having you in the Moda designer row. Love your patterns. Can’t wait to make some of them!


  3. Peg says:

    Corey, I so wanted to meet you! I saw these beautiful quilts at Market but every time I went by your spot in the Moda booth you weren’t there. Bad timing on my part – we were vending in a booth just down the row from you!

    Anyway, I can testify that these quilts are even more charming in person than shown here. I love every single one of them! Are you wholesaling them anywhere? I especially love the mini’s you did!

    • Corey says:

      Thank you so much Peg!–I would have loved to meet you. =) Market was such fun wasn’t it! Right now you can wholesale them through United Notions.

  4. Helen LeBrett says:

    Fantastic quilts and I LOVE your patterns: I’m going to have to order pretty much the whole batch, even the mini’s!! Congrats on the new fabric line too: it looks like pure eye-candy!! Can’t wait to see it in the stores! When will it be out? You have a new fan! 🙂 Hugs, H in Healdsburg

  5. Susie says:

    Love them all! I will wait for PDFs though as I live in Australia.

  6. Darlene says:

    Beautiful patterns! I have three paper patterns and the booklet style is fabulous. I’d love to order them as PDF’s but if that can’t be done then I’ll place my order for the paper ones. 🙂

  7. Helen says:

    Love all of these will be getting these asap as pdfs

  8. Karee says:

    All of the patterns are terrific! Congrats on a great Market week!

  9. Marcia R says:

    Congratulations Corey on such a successful fabric design debut! The patterns look awesome as well, and I love the new name!!

  10. Judith Blinkenberg says:

    I like your patterns very much. Floret is my favorite to start with. Just need your fabric now to make it! I can hardly wait. I too am so happy to see you with Moda. Congratulations on this journey.

  11. Sherri Gibson says:

    You have somehow captured “joy” in both your fabrics and your patterns!

  12. Janice says:

    I really like all of your quilt patterns. Looking forward to Gingersnap in a downloadable pattern. Your Mother did a wonderful job on the quilting.
    I really like doing mini’s so your Sweetness pattern really peaks my interest also.
    Thanks so much for the blog and patterns

    • Corey says:

      Thank you so much!–You can now purchase all of the patterns in PDF’s. I am so thankful for my mom and her quilting!–She did a beautiful job on it!

  13. One of each please! And I can’t wait to get your fabric!! So excited about that one. Really beautiful work. I sure hope we can meet one day soon.

    • Corey says:

      Oh I know Cindy!–I would love to meet you in person. We have certainly spent some quality online time together! =p

  14. Karen Seitz says:

    Really beautiful work as usual, Corey! Thanks for this great introduction to your new patterns. I’m glad you had a great market experience.

  15. Sherri says:

    Love them all!

    And most of all I loved getting to spend time together at quilt market!

    Happy weekend!

  16. Hildy says:

    Love all your new patterns and your fabric collection!

  17. Lillian Sablan says:

    Love everyone of your patterns. Can”t wait to make them! Congratulations on a great job!!!

  18. Susan says:

    Love all your patterns and your new fabric line coming out soon! How exciting for you! So nice that you share your creativity and inspiration with us! Is quilting by hand and using large stitches a “newer trend” – I really like the look of it and it must be quicker to do, right? I’ll have to order some of your patterns soon.

    • Corey says:

      Thanks so much Susan! Big Stitch quilting has been around for quite awhile however I really do see it popping up a lot more than previously. In the past I have seen it done mostly in one color and perhaps a slightly finer thread. I think using colorful, heavier weight thread has given it a slightly modern spin and brought it once again to the attention of quilters. And you are right, using the larger stitches certainly makes it more accessible to quilters as it cuts down on the time spent quilting quite dramatically.

  19. Mary Ann says:

    Wonderful patterns! I can’t pick just one. Good job! Wish you great success.

  20. Kathy Anderson says:

    Your patterns and new fabric line are WONDERFUL. I will be ordering all of the patterns and look forward to seeing and feeling the fabric in my. local quilt store. Thank you for explaining your patterns and mentioning approximate material requirements. It would be helpful to also mention the finished sizes of the quilts.

    Best of luck on your new adventure. I am already anticipating your next line…no pressure!!!

    • Corey says:

      Thank you so much! If you pop over to my Etsy shop you will find the quilt size as well as all of the fabric requirements included in each pattern description. =) And, the next line is already in the works! =) So much fun!

  21. Sue H says:

    Wow! Fantastic!!!! Love Idyllic and all the others as well. Great job!

  22. Dorothy says:

    Great patterns. I want to start with the mini’s.

  23. Nikki says:

    Love the fabric line and the patterns! The hand quilting on Gingersnap is just PERFECT!

    I think I need the mini patterns, so cute! 😉

  24. Tiffany says:

    These are gorgeous patterns. Congratulations!

  25. Elena Ramirez says:

    Dear Tiffany:
    I live in Chile and would like to purchase the PDF patterns. How do I go about? Thank you. MER