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Moroccan Lanterns Quilt

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My newest pattern is here! Yay!

Moroccan Lanterns was inspired by a Turkish rug that I saw online. As soon as I saw that rug, I thought, “That looks like a quilt.” Then I thought, “That needs to BE a quilt!” And now it is. : )

No paper-piecing on this one, you guys! Just regular ol’ piecing, with a quarter-inch seam and everything. I did my version in lots of bright, vibrant jewel tones. Most of the prints are from Allison Glass’s Sun Print collection, although I did throw in a few oddball prints here and there.

Once again, the stunning quilting was done by Stephanie from Late Night Quilter. Once again, Steph did it up. All I had to do was tell her the name of the quilt, and from there she came up with a perfect, Moroccan-inspired design that I loved! Everyone—and I do mean everyone—who stopped by my booth at Quilt Market a few weeks ago had to ask who did my quilting! Thank you, Stephanie! : )

And as always, I’m celebrating the release of my new pattern by putting it on sale! Now through Sunday, you can buy the PDF pattern for just $4.99! (ETA: This sale is now over.) Click here to purchase it from my pattern shop, or here to purchase from Craftsy.

10 replies
  1. Nini
    Nini says:

    Wow! Love this pattern, it's beautiful. We were in Morocco a few months ago, this reminds me so much of various places we were. Thanks!

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  2. Nini
    Nini says:

    I attempted to buy the pattern, PayPal couldn't process the payment. Any chance there is any other way to pay? Email is Vicenza 74 at g mail dot com Thanks much

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  3. Camille Mendel
    Camille Mendel says:

    I love this quilt and purchased it some time ago. A friend commissioned me to make it for her so I'm working on fabric selection. She wants to use purples/creams/grey. I love the contrast that you achieved with the jewel tones and am worried about achieving that same impact with such a limited color palette. Any advice for me?

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