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NEW! Flower Girl Quilt Patterns

Flower Girl quilts are finally available in my shop! I’m so excited! It has been such a dream to bring these designs to life. I always wondered what it would be like to design quilt patterns using my very own fabric collection. Can someone please pinch me? I still can't believe it! I had so much fun designing these quilts to showcase the collection. There's something for everyone– precut-friendly quilts, my signature floral quilts, and more. I hope you love them.

Vintage Stitching - Moda Boxed Kit

I cant believe Moda selected one of my quilts to be a Moda boxed kit. I’m so honored! Ask your favorite quilt shop if they will be carrying a Vintage Stitching Moda Boxed Kit.


From the time I can remember, my parents were cross stitching. It was both my parents' favorite hobby. Every wall was filled with beautiful framed cross stitch and every pillow on the couch was some type of cross stitch. I learned at a young age how to cross stitch and I began making all sorts of things, rummaging through my mother’s cross stitch thread and books. To be honest, I’m not ever sure I finished any of the projects I started. I was always drawn to my mother’s floral cross stitch patterns the most. I really wish I could remember the name of a set of hardcover floral cross stitch books she had. I would spend hours trying to find the perfect cross stitch design, just to run out of time to actually make it. When I was designing new quilt patterns, I just knew I had to design a cross stitch-inspired quilt. I wanted a simple rose that cascaded down the quilt, alternating directions. I have never made anything like it and I really enjoyed slowing down and focusing on the project. Similarly to cross stitching, it's no quick task, but the outcome is beautiful. The quilt has an option for curved corners which adds a special touch to the final quilt. I included an alternate size option in the pattern–a larger cross stitch rose, perfect for a baby quilt or wall hanging.

Quilt Details:

Moda Boxed Kit

Throw Quilt 60” x 78”

Wall Hanging 40" x 40"

Each block is made by assembling strips into rows

Advanced Beginner comfortable with pressing rows and ¼” seam

Available in paper and PDF

Granny’s Daisies:


I have mentioned my granny as being an inspiration in my past designs before, but I am so honored to be able to design an entire quilt inspired by her love of flowers and crochet. My granny always had balls of yarn out and granny square crocheted afghans everywhere. I loved looking at each one of her afghans because they were so colorful. I wanted to mix her and my love of flowers with this crochet-inspired quilt. I really enjoyed making this quilt. I love a good pierced border and the additional curved corners were a plus. The quilt can easily be made into a smaller or large quilt by adding or subtracting blocks. Three of the border units equal one block, so you can easily adjust the border to fit the perfect size quilt for you. Also, using one color for the entire background changed the look of the quilt. It's so versatile!

Quilt Details:

60” x 60”

Advanced Beginner

The instructions are written to accommodate the white directional fabric.

Available in paper and PDF

Garden Gate:


I love a good Irish Chain quilt. I have been wanting to design a more feminine Irish Chain quilt for so long. I added flowers and made the Irish Chain blocks more unique, which get larger and smaller as your eye moves throughout the quilt. I was inspired by a wooden lattice that you would find in a garden. This quilt uses an entire jelly roll and background fabric–nothing more.

Quilt Details:

71” x 71”

Advanced Beginner - a lot of small HSTs and seams need to meet up at intersections.

Jelly Roll Friendly

Available in paper and PDF

Sweet Spools:


I have really been loving spools lately! I thought it would be so fun to make a quilt with spools, bows, and flowers. This quilt uses 2 of the Flower Girl panels. It's so versatile–you could make all the spools have bows or all of them have the panel center. I also wrote instructions on how to cut down the panel and hope to make EPP hexagon flowers for when the day the panel isn’t available. I have been making so many cute pillows with just one spool and an EPP flower. It's a great way to try out EPP without committing to a larger project. I also thought it would be fun to showcase one of my favorite prints in the entire collection. That sage green with little ditzy trios gets me everytime.

Quilt Details:

67” x 75”

Advanced Beginner

Panel Cutting Instructions and EPP Hexagon Flower Instructions

Available in paper and PDF

Petal Patches:


My first-ever layer cake-friendly quilt! I never thought I would be able to design something so cute, but Petal Patches is just darling. Get the best of both worlds with these tulips and patchwork blocks. I love a quilt that has simple blocks but looks challenging. This quilt really showcases the fabric collection beautifully.

Quilt Details:

62” x 62”

Advanced Beginner

1 Layer Cake + Border Yardage

Available in paper and PDF

Megan was the very first quilter that quilted my quilts. We go way back to the beginning! I was so delighted to have her quilt a Flower Girl quilt for me.

Baskets & Bows:


Easter is one of my favorite holidays. How could I resist Easter baskets with bows? The Flower Girl collection definitely can feel like an Easter line with its soft pastel colors. Y'all know how I like to add bows to everything, so these baskets are perfectly tied with a bow.

Quilt Details:

68’ x 68”

Advanced Beginner

Fat Eighth-Friendly with some additional yardage for the border and sashing

Available in paper and PDF

This quilt is extra special to me because my good friends Jolee and Janile teamed up to bring this quilt to life. They have both been with me as testers from the beginning and over the years we have become great friends. They have supported me so much and continue to do so today. Thank you so much Jolee and Janiel!

Totally Tulip:

Looking for a quick and easy project? Check out my mini quilt, Totally Tulip.

Plant an adorable garden of pieced tulips! This mini quilt is the perfect match for your floral fabrics, but would also look great in many other fabrics from your stash. Channel your inner flower girl, and display this quilt year round to brighten your home!


Finished Mini Quilt Size: 18” x 19.5”

Six 4.5” x 8”-finished Tulip Blocks with simple sashing.

The two free patterns that use the Flower Girl panel will be available in the next few weeks.


From now until October 31st save HUGE on these new Flower Girl patterns. I have two offers for you. All Flower Girl patterns are 15% off or bundle and save! Buy 4 Flower Girl patterns and get the 5th FREE!!!! That's $11.98 savings! If you are an email subscriber, check your email for a fun coupon code. If you are not an email subscriber, scroll down to sign up to receive the coupon.

Email list:

You will need to sign up for my email list in order to receive the coupons.Sign up for my email list now by clicking the button below. You will be directed to a new page where you will fill out your information. After clicking submit the coupon code will appear at the bottom. The text may be small and easy to miss. Enjoy!

Coupon details:

The coupons will expire on 10/31/23, so don't wait!

The coupon can only be used on the new Flower Girl Patterns. Some exclusions do apply. These coupons can not be used on the Flower Stand BOM patterns.

*You will need to sign up for my email list in order to get the coupon codes. Already on my email list? No worries, you should have received an email from me with the codes. If not, go ahead and fill out your information so you can get the coupon code. You will not receive my emails twice. I usually send emails two or three times a month. They are packed with goodies, sneak peeks, and coupons!

Flower Stand BOM:

Want to join the Flower Stand BOM, but have other fabrics in mind? No problem. I now have the BOM patterns for presale on my website. This includes the 6 special “Flower Stand Flower Pack” envelopes filled with the month's block patterns, links to step-by-step tutorials to walk you through each block, chances to enter monthly giveaways, live videos with me, and some special surprises sprinkled in along the way. Each month, several lucky participants will randomly receive a “Golden Flower” ticket to redeem for a BIG special prize. So many chances to win during this BOM.

I know you are going to love this BOM experience!

PDF patterns will be available upon request for international customers.

Learn more about the Flower Stand BOM here:

Happy Quilting,


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