Do you use a quilt pattern to make a quilt? Do you always change the original pattern when you begin planning your quilt. Do you have to make the quilt exactly like the pattern same color or even the same fabric. You maybe asking yourself why the heck does she want to know? I am a pattern writer and designer. I love seeing my quilts morphed into a new one. I have quilts that I had to make exactly like the pattern. I even used the same colors because I really loved the quilt. I also have done my fair share of morphing of quilt patterns and have made the quilt my own. Does it frighten you to make the changes? Are you happy with the morphed quilt when you are finished with it? Again I am just trying to get a feel for the types of patterns wanted by the quilters! I feel scrap quilts are making a huge come back as the price for good quality fabric is increasing with every shipment of fabric. Does it confuse you if the pattern says use 2 to 3 yards of light-colored scraps. I always think why can’t you break it down a little more. If I have scraps how the heck do I know if I have 2 to 4 yards of them. See my dilemma. As a designer I am always looking for feed back and easier ways to help the quilters in my target areas. Any input is welcomed. It is a Sunny Day here in the Northeast right now. I am heading into the Studio to work on a Baby quilt. Have a Great Day! Live Love and Laugh Enough!
Creatively Quilting Luann