Monday, March 28, 2016

Spring Splendor Pattern Premiere and Giveaway!

After a long fashion, Spring Splendor is FINALLY in pattern form!


Amanda designed this quilt using a fat quarter bundle of Joel Dewberry's Botanique line and turned it into a gorgeous queen sized quilt perfect for spring!


The main technique used in this quilt is stitch and flip triangles -- if you are an advanced beginner or intermediate quilter, this quilt should be a piece of cake!


One nice aspect of this design is that it works well with larger scale prints -- I love being able to highlight some of the gorgeous large scale prints on the shelves!

Want to win your own copy of Spring Splendor? Leave a comment below with what the Easter Bunny brought you! Want to get your own copy NOW? This pattern is on sale for $5 on Craftsy and Etsy for a limited time!

Update: Our winner is Diana!




23 comments:

  1. I am a Joel Dewberry fabric fan and I see several familiar fabrics in this quilt! I'm interested in those stitch&flip triangles..so would love to try this quilt with my Joel fabrics too! The Easter Bunny brought me a renewed sense of what life is all about. Family, relationships, priorities and relying on God.

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  2. The Easter bunny was not around this year I am afraid. Downright negletful BUT sun and warmth were plenty and that I enjoyed a lot =)
    Thanks for the chance to win

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  3. The Easter Bunny brought my 3 grandbabies and 3 daughters to me for an Easter visit and quick dinner. The babies are 3, 4 and 15 months....little fluffy bunnies each one! Thank you for a chance to win...the pattern is very nice.

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  4. Oooooh!! I love your new pattern!!! The Easter Bunny brought me a Lindt chocolate bunny... I still have a bit left to enjoy right now!! Thanks for reminding me!! Lol

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  5. The Easter Bunny skipped our house this year but I got to spend a lot of time with my kids and grandkids.
    Between family time and Church time I did not get much sewing time in this weekend. So I am returning to work wished for another day off.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win a patten. I love stitch and flip triangles.

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  6. I guess the Easter bunny brought me fun with family and friends as well as very meaningful times of worship. We were 73 years old and were surprised Friday evening with the announcement that we and our 18 year old granddaughter were going to hunt for plastic eggs filled with candy. At my age I don't get down to look under things any more, so we let our granddaughter do it. We also each were given a small chocolate bunny. We always enjoy our times with our family. At noon on Friday and again Sunday morning we had very meaningful times of worship. Then on Sunday evening 7 International college students joined us for dinner. We followed dinner with introducing them to decorating eggs. The girls especially enjoyed the activity. Nancy A: rangers@sbcglobal.net

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  7. The easter bunny brought my children small toys instead of candy
    I got joy from playing with them.

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  8. The easter bunny brought my children small toys instead of candy
    I got joy from playing with them.

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  9. No Easter Bunny here, unfortunately!

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  10. Very pretty pattern! Easter bunny brought me dinner with wonderful friends at the campground :)

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  11. The Easter Bunny brought my kids and grandkids home. We had a wonderful weekend!

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  12. I got some Dove dark chocolate! Yum!

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  13. had the grands and great-grands for dinner and a egg hunt

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  14. Mr. Bunny had permission to skip our house this year...so many kids needed him more!

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  15. The Easter Bunny brought us 3.5 inches of snow (it was melted by mid afternoon). The egg hunt for the grandkids was held inside.

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  16. The Easter Bunny really only brings 1 thing to our house. Eggs...Reese's peanut butter eggs... lots of them... :)

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  17. Congratulations on getting your beautiful pattern to print. The Easter Bunny was a darling and brought lots of chocolate.

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  18. Lovely pattern. My DH aka Easter bunny still hides my candy ( and we have been married 34 years!) which always include See's cocoanut eggs and lots of chocolate. pjrquilter (at) msn(dot)com

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  19. Love the quilt and the pattern, it's so pretty. The design is itself is a perfect showcase for so many different fabric lines. The Easter Bunny brought me a Bunny Big Ears chocolate rabbit. He will last about two weeks. Rina

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  20. The Easter bunny was sleeping at my house but I didn't really need anything. Loved our church service.

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  21. Spring Splendor is a lovely pattern and I would love to make it. Had a lovely Easter with my little 4 year old granddaughter - a sweet little bunny of a girl. Her mommy did leave me a little basket...fun!

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  22. Quiet day to enjoy spring weather was a great Easter gift.

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  23. Beautiful quilt! Congrats on having a new pattern ready. The Easter Bunny brought me a weekend to relax and catch my breath.

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