Hello again…it’s time for another new pattern reveal! Today I’m introducing Beachcomber which is a wonderfully fun jelly roll quilt!
Beachcomber has been in my sketch book for a little while, and after we finished
up the Desert Bloom collection I knew it would be perfect for this pattern. I specifically wrote this pattern so you can use jelly roll strips or shorter strips from your stash. The blocks go together quickly, and you can make doubles of each fabric combination or mix it up even more and make every block different.
While I used a light background for most of the blocks, I couldn’t help but add in some of the light, low-volume jelly roll strips as a background in some…it just added that extra touch of whimsy!
PDF patterns are available now in my Etsy shop. Paper patterns are also in the shop and will ship after market.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Another great pattern! Love all you've designed and your newsletter is great!!!
Quilts By Laurel says
Love it! Love it! Love it! 🙂
This one is my favorite and the one I will buy. I have a Glamping jelly roll that will be perfect! Thank you!!
Lara B. says
I succumbed as soon s your newsletter arrived Sherri!
Helen L says
Great patterns Sherri!! I Love this one for it's simplicity in using Jelly rolls (yay for precuts!!), I love your row quilt: just fun and fresh, the Bloom quilt is a clever way to make flowers, and the baby quilts, well who could resist two quilts in one? Great designs Sherri!! And market is soon: looks like you are prepared!! It's hard to realize that you have a new line all designed and ready to be shown when I just got your Valley line ordered this week!! 🙂 Have fun(I'm assuming that you are going) at market!! Hugs, H
Janan Doster says
What a great new look for a 25 patch block. I love how you used the fabric colors to create the secondary design. LOVE it!
Have fun at Quilt Makrket. Wish I could come and see what eye candy will be there!!!!! Do you need a booth "helper"? I could work for fabrics!!!
Nancy Poorbaugh says
Peggy Wilson says
Is your newsletter different than the emails I now receive from you?