February Retail Newsletter

Check Out Our Newest Releases!

We’ve been super busy updating patterns with new techniques and creating samples with our newest fabric lines designed by Judy and Judel Niemeyer with Timeless Treasures.

The following patterns are now available for purchase on our website, and the fabric lines are available in a quilt shop near you!  

Many of these patterns are also being prepared for the Quiltster App which is currently being beta tested, and is due to release in March of 2016. Quiltster is an incredible fabric auditioning software that allows you to pick and choose fabrics before you spend money.  Look for the Quiltster Compatible logo on the patterns below, and click the quilt images or links to learn more about each pattern, find replacement papers, see samples made by Quiltworx.com and others, find kitting information, and purchase the pattern!

Wholesale purchases are available to those approved with a wholesale account. Visit our wholesale page to order (minimum purchase of 3 and advance approval of wholesale account is required).

New Releases!

Always Chasing Rainbows Queen

Always Chasing Rainbows Queen

Always Chasing Rainbows Queen is a queen sized adaption of the pattern from our Geese Migrations book.  Created using Shibori Tye-dyed batiks from Anthology, we think it looks amazing!  We’ve published this as an expansion paper set to the original book pattern, which means you must have the Geese Migrations book and orignal set of Always Chasing Rainbows papers.


Celestial Snowfall Tree Skirt

Celestial Snowfall Tree Skirt in Seasonal Portraits

Celestial Snowfall was created in early 2015 as a new Tree Skirt Layout incorporating a Log Cabin Diamond unit and some delicate geese and stars floating in a soft elegant background. The quilt was inspired by snowflake fabrics from Judy and Judel Niemeyer’s Seasonal Portraits Collection, produced by Timeless Treasures. The pattern incorporates all of the latest techniques from Quiltworx and is assembled in a straightforward approach, creating (8) wedges of an octagon, then assembling those together.
Desert Sky

Desert Sky in Wildflowers

Desert Sky was designed using a selection of bright and dark fat quarters from our Wildflowers Collection designed by Judy & Judel Niemeyer with Timeless Treasures. Template Layout sheets were designed and provided with these instruction to speed up the cutting process, allowing you to stack and cut your fat quarters in two groups of nine fabrics. An even amount of yardage is needed for each color. This small wall hanging is definitely one to add to your collection. The skill level ranges from beginner to advanced.


Eight in a Rainbow

Eight in a Rainbow

Eight in a Rainbow is part of the Quiltworx.com Leaf Series of patterns which include curved paper piecing and applique of paper pieced units in the final assembly process.  This latest version includes a brightly colored strip paper pieced border and fabrics from the Wildflowers Collection designed by Judy and Judel Niemeyer with Timeless Treasures.

Fire Island Hosta Wall Quilt

This Fire Island Hosta is also done in a beautiful new colorway showcasing our Wildflowers Collection fabric line.The quilt shown here includes all the foundation papers and a full set of instructions to make the quilt on the cover, which measures 74″ x 74″.  It includes yardage and exact color references to the coversheet, along with information that will allow you to pick your own colors for the different areas of the quilt. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!


Grandma’s Wedding Ring

This Grandma’s Wedding Ring showcases our Wildflowers Collection fabric line, and uses two different techniques for foundation paper piecing. A technique called Foundation Strip Piecing is used to piece the Wedding Ring arcs. Traditional piecing is used to assemble four squares for the background units. Traditional curved piecing is required to assemble the arcs, centers, and melons.


Lakeshore Snowfall

Lakeshore Snowfall

Lakeshore Snowfall was created in 2015 as a new beginner Tree Skirt incorporating foundation paper piecing with three traditional elements as the Mariner’s Compass, Feathered Star border, and a New York Beauty block. The quilt was inspired from a Batik fabric collection called Lakeshore by Judy and Judel Niemeyer, produced by Timeless Treasures. The pattern incorporates all of the latest techniques from Quiltworx and is assembled in a straightforward approach, creating (8) wedges of an octagon, then assembling those together.

One: Quiltworx.com Leaf Series

One: Quiltworx.com Leaf Series in Wildflowers

Bright new colorways in Wildflowers for our bold, fun to do One: Quiltowrx.com Leaf Series patterns.  A very fast project, this pattern will be one that is made over and over again and can be taught in a one-day workshop as an introduction to paper piecing and Judy’s techniques!


Prismatic Star

Prismatic Star

The latest release of our Prismatic Star pattern showcases the new Hoffman Bali Pops strip set JNBP3, hand selected by Judy.  The blue quilt uses Group 1, while the cream quilt uses Group 2.   The strip piecing process for the Prismatic Star was designed for foundation paper piecing.  Strips are sewn onto foundation paper to complete what we call a ‘Strip Set’.  After the strip sets are completed they are cut apart, rearranged and resewn into a diamond star point. 


Splash was designed by Judy and Brad Niemeyer in 2015. A Tonga Batik collection called Lakeshore by Judy and Judel Niemeyer with Timeless Treasures was the inspiration for making this Table Runner. This design was created using a classic block in the Quiltworx collection called the Raindrops, which has been updated to current design standards and used in a variety of different layouts. 

Do you have an award winning quilt?

Award Winning Quilts Logo

The new Award Winning Quilts Album is up on Facebook! Congratulations to the winners! If you have an award winning quilt made from a pattern designed by Quiltworx.com, send a picture to Ilyse@quiltworx.com and we will award you a $10.00 gift certificate when the publish our next newsletter!

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