This pattern, designed for quilters, includes accurate paper templates and directions to make a large throw. The templates are for 12" finished size, and allow you to "square down" to 12 1/2" and still keep all five points. Brief instructions are include for stacking identical design repeats as well as fussy-cutting, and accurate methods of making easy plastic templates. Requires y-seaming. Skill Level: Intermediate. Pattern Price: $9
This quilt is an easy way to use eight identical repeats for those familiar with Bethany Reynolds' techniques. This one is for a confident beginner or above. Tips for stacking included. Bethany's books or class recommended, but nothing scary here! Pattern Price: $9
The Millennium Star Throw Quilt Pattern, JQ-05
The Millennium Dawn Throw Quilt Pattern, JQ-05
CHALLENGING SISTER OF MILLENNIUM STAR--TWO VERSIONS FOR ONE PRICE! ($8.00)
This one is for the experienced quilter who loves to try something new. Stack repeats or fussy-cut.
As the name suggests, you might need caffeine and a good night's sleep to get the centers to line up, but when it happens, it's glorious! I pass along tips and techniques to layer, cut, piece, and press. The template included has a center, making this a 21st century Dresden. Use a fabric with a solid background for easiest center piecing. Special Pattern Price: $9Both Versions Included!
The Silly Quilt Pattern, JQ-07 (35" x 35")
Use fat quarters or six-inch squares to make this quilt. Use your stash or try the latest collections without breaking your budget! Experience sewing bias helpful. A diagram to paper-piece the square-in-a-square block is included for your personal use. Three curvy borders and two straight borders included.
Pattern Price: $10.
Pentagon Stars Wall Quilt Pattern, JQ-04
American Stars Throw Quilt Pattern JQ-03
This wall quilt provides templates of three different versions of the pieced five-pointed star. Since y-seaming is required, this is for the quilter with some experience, or the determined advanced beginner.
Pattern Price: $9
Mary Lou's Borders Pattern, JQ-12 (25" x 25")
This is a basically a border pattern. The butterfly scene is just a gorgeous fabric. I did embellish it, but the point is you are getting classy borders. I designed it around Mary Lou Carlson's patterns for folded cutwork applique so popular here in Tidewater, Virginia.
Decorator fabric, applique, pillow panels, all look better in a nice frame. Instructions for a simple pillow are included. This makes a great gift project. Shopowners use it as a project-of-the-month or to display a large print.
The center is 16" finished. For an 18" center you would leave out the 1" finished accent border. You could use a folded 1" accent border that lays on top of the center piece to provide interest and contrast, if desired. The borders are useful with other quilts divisible by 18" on the sides w/o borders. Pattern Price: $7.00
One Block Quilts
What is a one-block quilt? In this pattern, it is a setting for a "onesy", such as an applique block, pillow panel, extra block, large print too pretty to cut up, or blank space to quilt in. Fat quarters are perfect for the first two sizes. You can even center the block on batting and backing and add triangles with a "quilt as you go" method. This works best with the smaller sizes for quick quilts, and I like to add more quilting, but the "in the ditch" quilting is done, and invisible on the front!
Have you ever noticed that once you put a block on point it just looks classier? This pattern uses a trick to get them there. If you have a large acrylic square ruler, or always wanted a reason to get one, try this quilt. The center block can be 14 1/4" to 14 1/2". This is easily squared using the 15" Omnigrid® ruler, or any ruler that is that size or larger than that one. The pattern gives four sizes, 28" x 28" to 50" x 50", all of which begin the same way.
American Union Star
One Block Quilt Pattern, JQ-02
An easy "Linus" quilt, or for when the fabric says it all. PLUS! I give you an accurate paper template, a "Dresden" plate or a five-pointed star, to make a block that fits, if you don't have one.
Directions to make durable plastic templates included.
One Block Quilt Pattern, JQ-01
This darling pillow panel from Debbie Mumm's Botanical Angels' collection fit the center quite easily. The panel itself was a block on-point, which makes it look even better. Pattern Price: $9
Here the pillow panel needed strips added to fit the center. Add strips in log cabin fashion until it measures 14 1/4"- 14 1/2".
Pattern Price: $9
This quilt began with the eagle border print. Some people ask if this is an applique, but the eagle is on the fabric. Many prints can be cut this way.
This Dresden block is included, with directions for construction. I used one of the many "fabric treat" collections I had, and made the block from scraps left from the triangle cuts.
All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2004 Joy Iervolino
Knitting Needle Case Pattern, JQ-13
Use fat quarters, scraps, decorator fabrics, or whatever is in your stash to create a special home for your knitting needles, straight and round, and crochet hooks. A great gift to make for someone dear! Plain and fancy versions to choose from. Lots of great illustrations to help you design a caddy that's tailored to your needs. Pattern Price: $9
Would you like me to make up a kit for you? Email me for a quote on a custom designed kit.
American Heroes Pillow Pattern, JQ-16
Give your stars a place to shine on this huggable 14" or 20" pillow! Easy photo transfer method uses white sew-in fabric sheets for copiers or ink jet printers.
No quilting or binding necessary! Pattern Price: $9
Millennium Diamonds, JQ-15, $10
Try my technique for making diamond appliques for block intersections! Use your kaleidoscope technique or mine to create amazing effects in eight quilt sizes, from wallhanging to king! Pattern Price: $10 Fabric is Benartex Luminosity.
60" x 60"
My Dad at 21 years of age.
Home Sweet Home
Use your stash and all those scraps to show a wounded soldier or a special someone that we're praying for their safe return. The letters are reversed for fusible applique. An extra alphabet page is enclosed as well for your own special message on this or other quilts. Let's do what quilters do best--no, not spend money!---(well, maybe some)--share our time, talents and our precious fabric with those in need of comfort. I feel comforted myself just doing something to help.
This quilt measures 58" x 68" to comply with Quilts of Valor Foundation recommendations. It includes tips from the QOVF website at www.qovf.org
To order pillow panels and kits, please email me to check availability.
Special permission is given to you to make this quilt often for many people. Individual quilters can sell ten finished quilts per pattern purchased without permission for personal gain (we have fabric to buy). This is an Honor System. Quilts given away or donated don't count in this ten. Please credit the pattern for the basic quilt setting, when appropriate. Changes are allowed to the degree that they don't infringe on someone else's copyright, but it is so similar to what is in public domain, you are probably safe, as long as you don't print a new pattern like it, or copy the pattern itself, or put the pattern on the net. I know this is vague, but we have to be brave now, and we can't know everything. For soldiers, use your stash to substitute unfinished 12 1/2" project blocks that work with your center prints. The center prints and scrappy border fabrics can include favorite pastimes that are enjoyed in free nations and our beautiful scenery. Visit this link to feel blessed: http://progressives.typepad.com/photos/photos_from_afghanistan/index.html