I'm so pleased to introduce my second full-sized foundation paper piecing pattern, Skye!
Skye is an intermediate foundation paper piecing (FPP) pattern. If you're eager to try it or need a refresher, here is a link to my FPP tutorial. It's pretty easy once you understand the process!
Skye is available in wall hanging, crib, and throw sizes.
For my sample quilt I used all Art Gallery Fabrics Pure Solids in caviar, moonstone, ash, creme de la creme, Cozumel blue, Sienna brick, empire yellow, and purple wine. Side note- empire yellow might be my favorite fabric color and it was also featured in my Bracken quilt!
And now I'm so honored to include some of my tester photos. First up is Matthew from @thequiltyarchitect. Matthew chose a lighter palette for his crib size quilt that is so calming yet still bold.
Photo by @thequiltyarchitect
Next up is Nicole from @nbpossibilities who made a wall hanging using low volume prints. It's so fun to see the pattern with prints instead of solids!
Photo by @nbpossibilities
Steph from @bookendsquilting made a beautiful moody version that instantly reminds me an alpine lake. Her wall hanging has such rich browns and teals and makes me want to head off to the forest.
Photo by @bookendsquilting
And last but not least, I'm happy to share Melonie's version from @quiltylabcreations. Her blues and pinks are so cheery and look awesome in the Skye pattern!