Do you like "French General" fabrics? I'm dropping these quilt tops off at the longarm quilter today. These patterns were part of a programme called "The Breakfast Club" that my local quilt shop took part in a few years ago. Each month a different pattern was made using 2.5" strips of fabric (Jelly Rolls were ideal for these patterns) and I taught a few of these classes. These quilt tops were pieced together and used as class samples. The first one was made with a "Rouenneries" Jelly Roll by French General for Moda, and the pattern is "Mexican Fiesta Eggs"...
...and this one was made with a "Rural Jardin" Jelly Roll by French General for Moda, and the pattern is "Pinwheel Puffs", again part of "The Breakfast Club" programme. I've had lots of questions about these patterns before, but I don't know if they are still available to purchase. Ohhhh and another reason for going to the longarm quilter today? To collect a couple of quilt tops that she has worked her magic on - I'll post some pictures of those next week, once I've had a chance to sew on the labels and binding!
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