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Pattern Release: Reflective Moment Quilt

My latest pattern, #ReflectiveMomentQuilt, is now available in my Craftsy shop (pick it up here!).

My version features three shades of solid color purple fabrics complemented by a solid gray background. This is the color palette I dream about with all of my quilts! I knew this would be the one where the colors would really shine.

Take a minute to read about the inspiration behind this quilt. As you can imagine, it was drawn up during a moment of reflection in my life. And if you purchase the pattern, you can search for the “easter egg” of sorts in the picture on the cover :)

The pattern includes two sizes: 32” x 36” and 64” x 72”. It’s a beginner friendly pattern with a focus on half square triangles. As always, I encourage you to customize it to make it your own! The pattern includes a few personalization concepts to help get the ideas flowing.

I’d love to hear your feedback and see how you make this quilt, so make sure to use #ReflectiveMomentQuilt and tag @maeberrysquare on Instagram. And if you’re interested in carrying my patterns in your shop, drop me a note!

Purchase Reflective Moment quilt pattern.

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