Autumn in the Southwest

Click HERE to Download Autumn in the Southwest – Part 1 free quilt pattern (.pdf file)

Click HERE to Download Autumn in the Southwest-Part 2 free quilt pattern (.pdf file)

Available in four sizes – Lap – 51″ by 51″,  Twin – 69″ by 87″,  Full – 87″ by 87″,  King/Queen – 105″ by 105″

Autumn in the Southwest

19 responses to “Autumn in the Southwest

  1. This pattern is beautiful!! Bless you for sharing it with us! I have a few UFOs I should be working on, but I just have to do this quilt first! LOVE IT!

  2. I am working on this quilt and am getting ready to cut clue 2, the HSTs. How big do I need to cut the squares? I see they need to be 2″ finished but I need to know the actual cutting demensions. Thank you for the pattern and help. Sandy

  3. GREAT pattern Cindy!! I have started making the twin. Do you have pattern corrections posted somewhere? I have found an error in the instructions for the corner blocks. I can correct my copy, but that doesn’t help future quilters.
    Diane

  4. Hi Sherri,

    I haven’t done any paper piecing patterns but that is a good idea for some time in the future.

    Thanks,
    Cindy

  5. Your patterns are stunning! One question though, do you design or have you designed any paper piecing patterns for your blog?

    I would love to make some of these quilts, but I only paper piece.

    Beautiful work!

  6. It’s a small world now isn’t it. I try to say things as I see them. Most free patterns leave me cold, but I really like the range yours have. I’ve printed Autumn in the Southwest to have a go at.

    Something else that really appealed is your copyright notice. Sensible, generous and clear. I like that.

    HAd you thought about adding a request for pictures of quilts made from your patterns? It might be nice to start a gallery of quilts people have made with your help.

  7. Oh my. Being cynical, I came to look not expecting to find anything I liked. Boy was I wrong, you’ve got some lovely designs. I will be suggesting a couple of them for our shop charity projects. Keep up the good work, you’re really good at this.

  8. WOW. I love this pattern. I personally like variety when making a quilt this would not be a boring quilt to sew at all. Beautiful. I can tell you put a lot of work in the instructions. Thank you.

  9. What a great quilt. I will be trying to do this one in the next year. I am also a member of HeartStrings. Haven’t been able to do much this year because of financial problems. Been pretty quite on the list lately also.

  10. Cindy – What great fun you must be having. Your patterns are the best. Thanks for sharing your talents with all of us – sue

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