I’ve been waiting for this, and even though I still don’t have my paper, in-the-hand catalogue…hooray! my quilt, Annularity, has hit print. This is a screenshot of the digital catalogue.
The direct link to this page in the Fall Keepsake Quilting catalogue will allow you to order yourself a kit, if you like. I’ve made two of these…now it is your turn to play with color and with the cool Painter’s Palette Solids. (Or, if you want, you can just order the pattern.) Thanks, Keepsake!
16 thoughts on “Now this is fun! Annularity hits print”
How happy you must be. CONGRATULATIONS!
Congratulations from blue_dragonfly5
Congratulations Elizabeth!!! This is just great. Lovely work and I can imagine the fun of having a pattern out there. Well done!
(I’m thinking of you as the European Patchwork Meeting is approaching soon. I will have my 2 “Stonehenge” quilts exhibiting along with the rest of my class who finished their projects. I’m very impressed with many of their work! Wish you could be there too! Roxanne
Super. Glad you are taking the time to enjoy your beautiful work and now the ultimate sharing in print.
Congratulations – you have to be just beaming!!! I’m ordering the pattern because it will allow me to (1) use stash and (2) work hard on color choices!!! So proud of you!
Congratulations Elizabeth! You must be so pleased and proud! It’s a beautiful quilt that deserves to be shared with the world!
Woohoo! Congratulations. Looking forward to my copy of the magazine.
Great job! 😀
Super exciting. I received my paper catalogue yesterday. So neat to see your name in it!
WaHoo!!!! So very very exciting. I’m truly thrilled for you.
So exciting for you! Sometime perhaps you could tell us all the process of getting your paytern into a catalogue. Do you pursue the company or do they “discover” your oattern or is it perhaps instigated by the fabric company whose fabrics you used to create your beautiful quilt?
This curious person would love to hear about it.
Best to you, Marsha
That’s fantastic! Congratulations 🙂
I’ll go with my classic “Yay you!”
That looks great!