Medieval Windows

This is another pattern test quilt I did for The Quilt Pattern Magazine in the summer of 2020.

The pattern is written by Barbara Gavlick Hartnett. Finished size is 63 1/2” x 63 1/2” and only uses just under 7 1/2 yards of fabric including the binding.

Pieces cut in an afternoon using my Accuquilt Go cutter and dies.

The piecing commenced while DH was recuperating from his knee replacement surgery. With all the drama I was really pleased to have a quilt pattern with well written instructions to keep me occupied. It obviously was well written because Jack didn’t have to be used even once😉

I finished the top and actually remembered to take a picture but was not able to get an outdoor photo before it got too smoky here.

Another great pattern. I will do this one again!

Thank you for stopping by to visit. This pattern is available in the January Issue of The Quilt Pattern Magazine

😄 Carol


Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

6 thoughts on “Medieval Windows

    1. I just sent them a request to sign up for the magazine and found their request for testers on their website. It’s wonderful because once you sign up, you get emails when they have patterns to test. If you can fit it in your schedule you sign up for the pattern. You get a good lead time, usually 6-8 weeks before they need it done

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