Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Quiltmaker's (and my) Cafe Mocha!

I've had lots of emails this morning about a quilt that I designed on page 30 of Quiltmaker's March/April Issue



First of all, let me say how thrilled I am that so many of you love this quilt!  I love it too.  (My mother loves it so much that she has claimed it for her own - it is what began "The Great Dining Room Makeover" over at her house.)  No, unfortunately I do not offer kits, but Fat Quarter Shop has yardage and I can ease the ordering process by giving you the fabric SKU #s that I used for this quilt.  You might have to order 1/2 yards instead of 3/8 yards, but you can get pretty close to what a kit would actually contain.  So here is the info you need:

Quiltmaker Cafe Mocha yardage requirements

1/2 yard of these accent fabrics for the blocks:
  • Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-227
  • Medallions - AAM-10929-227
  • Tone on Tone Floral AAM-10931-227
  • Scrollwork - AAM-10927-227
  • Feathers - AAM-10932-227
  • Tapestry - AAM-10926-227
  • Blossoms - AAM-10928-227
  • Striped Ribbon - AAM-10925-227

2 yard dark brown print (Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-174) Quiltmaker specifies 2 yards, but you might want to buy 1/2 yard more to have to play with

1-3/8 yard cream print (Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-15)
1/2 yard inner border gold print (Tone-on-Tone Floral - AAM-10931-14)


2-1/2 yard outer border/binding fabric (Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-227)

6 yards backing fabric (Tapestry - AAM-10926-227)

If you would rather do the quilt in the chocolate (red) color story, change any replace the last three digits of any SKU that ends in "227" with "167".
 
Thanks for the kind comments and I hope that helps.
 
Amanda

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3 Comments:

At February 2, 2011 at 3:29 PM , Blogger Carol T said...

That is a really cool quilt. I'll have to go get that magazine. I also really like the one you did in the new American Patchwork & Quilting magazine issue.

 
At February 2, 2011 at 9:29 PM , Blogger Marisa Lyn said...

Great quilt Amanda. I love that Swiss Chocolate and I love how this quilt shows off the fabric. Thanks for the yardage info I may have to make one in each.

 
At February 4, 2011 at 10:07 AM , Blogger Karen said...

love your new fabric, and the quilt is beautiful

 

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I've had lots of emails this morning about a quilt that I designed on page 30 of Quiltmaker's March/April Issue



First of all, let me say how thrilled I am that so many of you love this quilt!  I love it too.  (My mother loves it so much that she has claimed it for her own - it is what began "The Great Dining Room Makeover" over at her house.)  No, unfortunately I do not offer kits, but Fat Quarter Shop has yardage and I can ease the ordering process by giving you the fabric SKU #s that I used for this quilt.  You might have to order 1/2 yards instead of 3/8 yards, but you can get pretty close to what a kit would actually contain.  So here is the info you need:

Quiltmaker Cafe Mocha yardage requirements

1/2 yard of these accent fabrics for the blocks:
  • Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-227
  • Medallions - AAM-10929-227
  • Tone on Tone Floral AAM-10931-227
  • Scrollwork - AAM-10927-227
  • Feathers - AAM-10932-227
  • Tapestry - AAM-10926-227
  • Blossoms - AAM-10928-227
  • Striped Ribbon - AAM-10925-227

2 yard dark brown print (Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-174) Quiltmaker specifies 2 yards, but you might want to buy 1/2 yard more to have to play with

1-3/8 yard cream print (Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-15)
1/2 yard inner border gold print (Tone-on-Tone Floral - AAM-10931-14)


2-1/2 yard outer border/binding fabric (Melted Swirls - AAM-10930-227)

6 yards backing fabric (Tapestry - AAM-10926-227)

If you would rather do the quilt in the chocolate (red) color story, change any replace the last three digits of any SKU that ends in "227" with "167".
 
Thanks for the kind comments and I hope that helps.
 
Amanda

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