Sparkler Quilt – Pattern Now Available!

Sparkler quilt - pattern now available

Just a quick post to say that my Sparkler quilt pattern, which was originally published in the Spring 2013 issue of Fons and Porter’s Easy Quilts, is now available as a stand-alone pattern.

• Click here to buy the Sparkler quilt pattern as a PDF •


This design is based on a traditional block that is usually seen as a tessellating pattern, but I’ve switched things up with bright solids and reversed-out color pattern to freshen it up.

And yes, this quilt is easy! No, really! It totally is. It’s made with strips, squares, and a few half-square triangles (made in a very easy way with no trimming or squaring up required). Super beginner friendly, I promise. : )

The pattern includes instructions to make the quilt in two sizes, Lap size (60″ x 84″—the original size as featured in the magazine), or Crib size (45″ x 63″), a size which has not been published until now. As always with my patterns, there are plenty of full-color illustrations and diagrams to help you along each step of the way.

Sparkler quilt
The Crib size uses fat-eighths and the Lap size uses fat-quarters, so it’s pre-cut friendly as well! And of course, I can’t neglect to give the wonderful Jenny Pedigo of Sew Kind of Wonderful credit for her amazing quilting! Jenny is so talented! (And she’s just starting a quilt along of her Metro Medallion tutorial—go check it out.)

The pattern is now available as a PDF in my shop and at Craftsy.

15 replies
  1. jodydeschenes
    jodydeschenes says:

    lovely. this is my favorite color way. and altho i am not a dense-quilt person, the quilting on this is really insane and compliments the quilt pattern just perfectly. a stunner.


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