I waited to share this Avenue pattern in hopes that the cover fabric would be in stores by now, but since fabric is all running behind, I couldn’t wait any longer to hit “publish” on this post!
This Songbook collection by Fancy That Design House for Moda is definitely one of my favorites (if not my favorite) of the year.
It was supposed to ship in May, so hopefully soon it will be available…it’s worth the wait!
This Avenue pattern is a spin off my Breezy pattern, one that can be made in 4 sizes with pre-cut 2 1/2″ strips or yardage.
It’s a quick quilt and a great way to show off the print in strips!
Kaitlyn quilted this for me in loopty loops.
I used one of my favorite 108″ wide back fabrics for the backing.
Avenue can be found here as a PDF pattern, and here as a Paper pattern.
We have been busy busy busy with baseball games, birthdays, preschool/elementary/middle school graduations, field days, and weekend camping trips. After last year I’m loving every second of it, and feeling so grateful to have places to go and thing to do again!
Jane turned 5 the end of May, and it feels like I had her yesterday. It went by in a blink!
Have a great day! -Allison
You always have such beautiful patterns. This is another ‘must make’ one. I’m slowly catching up with my quilting, so hope to show your sweet tulip quilts soon. Enjoy your summer – and Happy Birthday to Jane, wow, even to me, those 5 years went by fast.
Thank you friend! I hope you enjoy your summer as well!
I like that fabric too. I would have never put those colors together but they sure compliment eachother. Love the pattern TOO! Nice to be able to have events to look forward too. Time does fly!
Thank you Deb!
I consider you the queen of smart and simple quilt patterns, and Avenue is no exception. Congrats on this release!
I, too, love Songbook and am looking for an excuse to add some to my stash. I did order some super cute t-shirts on the Fancy That Design House website. Just sayin’, in case you want to treat yourself … the loveliness includes more than just fabric!
Mind Blowing, your site is really fantastic
Love this pattern – would make a great Boy quilt or if someone tells you they want to learn to quilt.
I love, love, love the Avenue pattern. Haven’t seen anything like it before. Really nice!