But not just the photos of the fabric and quilt but Alex is sharing the pattern as well.
It includes instructions to make the quilt in two sizes: the 34 x 34 baby quilt/wall hanging, as well as a 50 x 65 throw sized version. The step by step instructions include digital illustrations. You can download the free pattern here.
Check out Teaginny Designs for more info and even more photos of her beautiful quilt.
BTW, thank you so much for leaving such nice comments about the new Oakshott fabric! It sounds like I've found something everyone likes. I'm proud as a peacock to work with a family-owned business that produces such high quality fabric in an ethical way!
Oakshott is oh-so-lovely! These colorful shot cottons are ethically sourced from master weavers along the Malabar coast of South West India.
The weavers take two hours to prepare and weave each metre (39 inches) of fabric. These 100% mercerised VAT dyed shot cottons are soft to the touch and are packed with individual character and shimmer with silky lustre.
The sumptuous colors blend well together and give an extra dimension when used along with printed fabrics. Oakshott cottons are ideal for hand and machine piecing as well as hand and machine quilting.
This is the Sunrise color stack. It's my favorite! You'll find Fat 8ths in the shop.
This stack is aptly named Water. The cool tones are calling to me, "cut me to pieces and quilt me up!"