Introducing Sunnyside Up Fabrics & Patterns

Welcome back everyone!  You may have noticed I have been blogging more this summer.  I plan to continue blogging regularly so if you’d like to stay up to date on what’s happening here, make sure to follow via email.

Today, I am introducing to you Sunnyside Up, my 6th collection for Moda fabrics.  This line of fabric just showed at Quilt Market in May and will begin shipping to your local quilt shops in November.

I always like my collections to play together nicely and you’ll notice Sunnyside Up is full of those Sherbet-y colors I love.  I’ve added purple in to this collection which gives a full rainbow of color.

And, you’ll see this collection has a diagonal gingham stripe for all of you bias stripe lovers out there.  And of course, lots of pretty flowers.

And fun basics.

The other extra fun addition to this collection is a fun panel I designed to coordinate with the line.  It includes 8 different motifs–4 word based ones and 4 quilt block based ones.

And now, on to the quilts….I am only going to share a few of the quilts today.  I may have gone overboard with my quilt designs!  I don’t want to overwhelm you all with too many quilt pictures but you can see all of the new quilts in my Etsy shop if you’d like.

I designed a total of 8 new patterns with this release.  First up is Sunny Sampler.  I designed this quilt to showcase my new panel.  It looks like it contains a lot of piecing, but there is actually less piecing than you would think.

In the photo below, the following blocks are included in the panel: Top Row 2nd and 4th block, 2nd row 1st & 3rd block, 3rd row 1st & 3rd block, Bottom row 2nd block.  That means only 9 of these blocks are pieced.

Moda Fabrics is offering this as a boxed kit.  And let’s talk about the quilting on this beauty.  It was done by Rebecca Silbaugh of Ruby Blue Quilting and boy did she outdo herself!

I really love the way it turned out–so much happy goodness.

Next up is Barn Star 2.

If you loved Barn Star, this is the 2nd in the series.  These quilts are 40″ square and piece fairly quickly.  For the backing on this quilt, I used fabric from Lulu Lane.  It mixes beautifully.

Kaylene Parry (@quilterlove66 on Instagram) did the quilting for me on this quilt.  I love those adorable little rainbows.

And the gingham stripe binding….

The last quilt I’m sharing today is Smattering.

It’s a charm pack or mini charm pack friendly quilt.  And full of scrappy goodness.

I used one of the low volume prints from Sunnyside Up as my background fabric and I really like how it turned out.

Kaylene Parry did the quilting on this one for me as well.

The border print is one of my favorites from this line.

You could easily make this quilt super scrappy by mixing and matching fabric collections.

And those are the quilts for today!  Be sure to stop by on Wednesday for my next Blockheads 2 block.  And on Friday, I’ll be sharing more Sunnyside Up quilts.

All of my quilt patterns can be found in my Etsy shop in both Paper & PDF formats.  I have the fabric requirements listed in each quilt listing on Etsy so you can easily see what you might need to make the quilt.

Have a Beautiful Day!

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17 Responses

  1. Anthea says:

    What a very pretty fabric range! Love it… & so good to see a commitment to blogging… as much as IG is a fun platform, blogging is a wonderful way to tell a story & share images… this post is massive eye-candy!

    • Corey says:

      Thanks so much Anthea–I think it will be fun to blog more regularly this summer. For some reason, it’s one of the things that slides to the back burner when things get busy.

  2. JuliaP says:

    First, thanks so much for getting back to blogging. I don’t do Facebook or other social medias since it would get up my crafting time. Following blogs is my one indulgence and I’m so happy to see your return. Secondly, love your new fabric line especially the gingham! Can’t wait to see the rest of the patterns.

  3. Lori says:

    I’m so in love, again.

  4. Carol says:

    Love your Fabrics and Patterns. Anxious to choose one of the patterns. Thank you for your dedication and hard work.

  5. Patsy says:

    Such happy prints and colors. Love the range. I don’t think I’ve missed purchasing a single one of your fabric lines. My colors personified.

  6. Robby H. says:

    Such a lovely new fabric line. Smattering will be going on my sooner than later list, and I’m thinking about using that Barnstar2 as a medallion for a quilt someone dear to me requested. Do you use any sales platforms besides Etsy? I’m not a big fan of their privacy practices and generally avoid them.

    • Corey says:

      Thank you so much! Smattering has been a very popular pattern with this release. I only have the shop on Etsy but, I am more than happy to just invoice you through Paypal if you would be interested. You would just need to email me with your pattern order and I’d get you all fixed up.

  7. Gwen Adams says:

    I love Rebecca. She’s the first quilt designer I met! Also a local girl. ❤️

    • Corey says:

      Oh yes!–she’s a delight. It’s so nice to have a somewhat local quilter to work with. She really knocked it out of the park.

  8. Sue Hoover says:

    Beautiful fabrics = beautiful quilts! I’ll look for these come November!

  9. I love Smattering! What a great pattern.

  10. Diane Evans says:

    Darling darling fabrics and quilts! I love them all! Thanks for your creativity!