Hi Anna!Yay! I plan on starting on my own Field Study dress today... can't wait!Oh, and I have to have that quilt. Am I losing my mind? I can't find it anywhere on your MAKE page!xoxo!Achaia
Oh, just don't pay attention to me! I just refreshed and found it!! xoxox
Achaia- you may just need to refresh, it's there, top left :)
I vaguely remember reading somewhere on your blog after you wrote your first book that you never wanted to do one again. I thought you were crazy. I'm finishing up the edit on my first draft of my first book right now and I get it. I'm exhausted. I think the field study dress could be the incentive I needed! :)
Oh my goodness I have been waiting for this pattern to be available. It is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing it.
Gorgeous! Your creativity always leaves my fingers itching for the feel of fabric slipping under a needle and the hum of my machine!
I've wanted to make this since Quilt Market!! Yay!
Yay, the pattern is available online! I've been working (very slowly) on my quilt since our class at Fancy Tiger. This week I'm determined to give it lots more time and get lots of feathers finished! xo
Thank you for making my day. I love you. :D
i just got a set of fq's today...it's so beautiful! and there's green. you know i love that.the quilt is gorgeous. thanks for sharing the pattern.
This quilt is beautiful and AWESOME! I'm ready to dive in. :)
Okay. Not only are you a magical genius with all things craft but now you are allowing us the feather pattern FOR FREE! Bless you a billion times over. I've been wondering how it's made ever since I first saw it. In case you need remembering, you are awesome and we all love you!
Omigosh this is SO gorgeous, Anna! Thank you for making the pattern available for free!
Wow. Thank you so much for your generous sharing of this pattern. It definitely calls to me. How can I not make this??
Thank you so much for this! I'm super excited to try this out!!
Oh my goodness, that is beyond pure awesomeness! Seems so overwhelming to sew but so rewarding! Wonderful job!
This is definately a 'love at first sight' quilt. Thank you for sharing x
Yet another quilt I want to make ~ love the feather quilt and the fabric ~ Field Study ~ so lovely!
I've never made a quilt before, but this one makes me want to try!Gorgeous!
My new FAVORITE!!
Looks beautiful, wish I had one of my own. I guess I could make one but I doubt I have the skills.
i've been waiting for this . . . and it's free! thanks so much. loved your garden post, too. i now have garden envy (on top of everything else)
Very nice looking garden. Sure looks peaceful and full of serenity!-Jackie
I have been SO excited about this quilt! Thank you so much!
Gorgeous collection! Two questions; Are the laminated fabrics machine washable, and will there be home decor fabrics too? :)
Dearest person! I have been waiting for this pattern. It's been too long since I made a quilt that I have to think about. And, this one....is just so beautiful and so unique. I am going to use a dark background, I think. I cannot wait to get started! Although I just finished a quilt made solely of your voiles (mostly Little Folks) and I cannot even begin to tell you what it's like to sleep under every night (although I bet you know!) :) xoxoxo
Wonderful! I like this Quilt so much! Greatings, Julika
Why is this design like the the one in "BLOCKS" then "SPECIALTY" then "FEATHER" at:http://www.quiltiger.com/
I sooooo love this. Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern. I think I will have to use some of my Kaffe Fasset fabrics. :)
Oh my goodness. One of the most beautiful, creative quilts I've seen. Thank you for sharing!
This quilt is amazing! So, so beautiful. I was wondering which solids were used for the backing and feather stems?Must. fight. obsession. Argh!
Thank you, AMH, for making this lovely pattern available. A couple of my Chicago Modern Quilt Guild sisters are crazy about you. Now I know why!
this is sooo amazing :) very wonderful.love it ♥
Is the 1/4 inch seam allowance built into the pattern? So many paper piecing patterns ask you to add to the edge and I want to be sure I do it right for my virtual quilting bee.