Unpacking from the quilt shows and putting things away, I realize how many extra quilts and quilt tops I have. Some are left over from classes, others once had kits accompanying them. There is absolutely nothing wrong with them, but they don't have the same sentimental attachment that the quilts I designed or hand quilted have. Some of them would be better off going to new homes.
This quilt is called "Stepping Stones". The pattern was featured in the June/July 2008 issue of "Quilt" magazine. I placed a wholesale order for about a dozen of the magazines and packed them up with a fabric kit to make the quilt. All of the beautiful fabric, with the exception of the lightest off-white, is from KONA BAY. I pieced the quilt top and my good friend Lilly machine quilted it.
Needless to say, the kits are long gone and the fabric is long gone. Please contact me if you might be interested in purchasing this quilt (email me at firstname.lastname@example.org). $250.00 including shipping if within the continental US. It measures 66" x 86". Here is a close-up of one corner:
And here is the pattern in the magazine.
I want to emphasize that I bought copies of the magazine to be included in each kit. It is important to respect copyright laws.
Now for something completely different. Sometimes I check out the booth of odds and ends at the quilt shows. Wow, did I hit pay dirt at the last one! My friends will laugh (or maybe groan). Look at all of the buttons! And what a great price!!