About Brown Bird Designs
I see this space as a place where I can share my creations and I hope to inspire you to create new things, too. I aspire to produce informative posts and graphics about quilting for all levels of sewists. I hope you will find the answers to your sewing questions here along with a few new projects to make.
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Garden Star 6 Quilt Pattern Series
About Elisabeth DeMoo
I am a craft-o-holic. Something inside of me drives me to create and I embrace it. My list of projects in progress is always above 10. About three years ago, I started down a path that might take me to my major goal: becoming a fabric designer. This path has led me to creating this blog. I didn’t know very much about blogging, but I jumped in with both feet. Although my main focus is on quilting, I also love creating jewelry, taking photos and cooking. I try to keep my blog up-to-date but with two jobs it gets a little tough So please understand if I go MIA, I will be back soon!
I recently added a new person to my team. I am so grateful for all the work she does for me. If anyone needs a hand with editing or writing, check her out. She is awesome. She is hardworking, affordable, and sticks to a deadline. For more information on working with her, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I love your Butterfly Quilt. I’m wondering if you would be able to supple the pattern to make just one butterfly block? I recently lost my mom and she loved butterflies. I would love to make my siblings a butterfly pillow and your pattern is the most beautiful I’ve seen yet. Thank you so much in advance.
I am so happy you like the quilt I made. I didn’t create the pattern for the butterfly only an alternative layout. I wouldn’t want to infringe on the pattern designers copy rights So I couldn’t recreated her patter. Incase you missed the pattern, here is the link to the pattern: https://www.rileyblakedesigns.com/assets/images/freepatterns/quiltpatterns/KewpieLoveFreePattern.pdf
It looks like if you wanted to make one block you would need the following fabrics:
5″ of white or background fabric
1″ of the butterfly body fabric
5 1/4″ of the butterfly wing fabric
I hope this helps!!
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I saw the pattern that you showed with the Moda Fresh Cut – Basic Grey. I love the fabric and the pattern. Could you tell me where to find the pattern? I want to check the pattern before I purchase material.
thank you Joyce
The patten was designed for basic grey by Amy Friend. Her is a link to find where it is sold http://www.basicgrey.com/fabric/shop/product/pat-8120/category:patterns-1
I won your beautiful fabric awhile back and I was hording it because I didn’t want to use it on just anything. I made something with it a few weeks ago and blogged about it here.(http://www.wowilikethat.com/phone-pouch-zipper-pattern/) The post has been very popular mostly because of your beautiful fabric. I had saved your package with your blog to write you and for the life of me couldn’t readily find it in all my mess but then I came across your giveaway and saw the pretty print on your blog heading. I really can’t thank you enough for the pretty fabric, you are so very talented. Do you sell that fabric? If so could you send me a link so I can posted it, I’ve had so many people comment on it. Thanks again.
Debbie @ wowilikethat.com
Thank you so much for sharing. What a great tutorial! The Phone Pouches are just darling. I do sell the fabric on Spoonflower (http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/elisabeth_demoo). Thanks again. You made my day!
I ordered a premade ready to smock dress from from you and I’m checking to make sure has shipped. I need it ASP.
447 Ward St
Lebanon, Ohio. 45036
I don’t think you are contacting the right person. I do not make or sell dresses. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Sorry.
Can you pls tell me who this pattern is by — awesome. And I have found the same fabric. (Rouenneries Deux by French General). Thanks.
Please let me know if you have any more questions. Thanks!!
Well I am not sure what quilt you are asking about… but I will take a stab at it. I have done two quilt posts on Rouenneries Deux fabric. The quilt that I made, it looks like steps, and I call Red Quilt was not made with a pattern. It was made with a Layered Cake(10″ x 10″ of fabric). I cut each square into 3 equal rectangles. I have wanted to make a pattern on this quilt and hope to soon. I have also made a post on a quilt that my sister made. It is simply beautiful. It is by Fig Tree & company and it is called Jelly Girl.