Um, Camille?! Let me just start off by saying how much I heart your face! Your patterns and fabric are ever so lovely. I was singing your praises this week as I finished up a quilt using your Hopscotch pattern.
I am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo in love with this quilt. (I hope all those extra letters convey that.)
The quilt ended up being so thick (with fleece for the back) that the only practical quilting choice was to use a freehand machine-quilting method. Wahoo for swirlies. And yes, it's obvious that I need a stitch regulator. Oh well.
Check out the snuggly fleece. Yum.
By far one of my favorite patterns of all time. As is the case with all of Camille's patterns I've owned, they are delightfully simple and easy to make. Her explanations and diagrams are clear; you need not be a professional to tackle something like this. I admit when I first saw the pattern cover (which boasts of its lack of y-seams), I was thinking, "Y-seams? What the heck are those?!" (and doubly relieved that there wouldn't be any of them). Once I actually examined the pattern, I was happy to see how simple it was--much, much simpler than I ever would have guessed. I am already looking forward to making another in the future!
Fabrics used (most were from the scrap pile):
Dots in Aqua, Ruby (Moda)
Dots in Aqua Gray, Ruby (Moda)
Sundae in Aqua, Ruby (Moda)
Sundae in Lime, Ruby (Moda)
Circles in Brown, Metro Living (Robert Kaufman)
Speckle in Earth, Nursery Basics (Cloud9 Fabrics)
Quilter's Linen in Taupe, (Robert Kaufman)
Cotton Couture in Khaki from Secret Garden (Michael Miller Fabrics)
Natural Effects Floral, Natural Effects (Marcus Fabrics)