Sunday, April 7, 2019

H2H, I Love You More Pattern

It's that time of the year ... Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict is hosting her annual Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge.  This is her 9th year and the contributions continue to grow with the help of so many giving quilters. I feel very blessed to be part of Sarah’s mission and hope for many more years to come.

Confessions Of A Fabric Addict

This year, I am Sarah's first guest blogger, introducing my newest pattern for making comfort quilts,  "I Love You More”.    For the story behind the name and free tutorial/pattern, please visit today’s post at  Confessions of a Fabric Addict.

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Now .... enjoy six (6) versions of “I Love You More” below, and then return to Confessions of a FabricAddict for complete instructions to make your own.

The first two are dedicated to the 2019 H2H Comfort Quilt challenge.

Finished Size:  50" X 62"

Finished Size:  50" X 62"

Finished Size:  38" X 50"

Finished Size:  38" X 50"

Finished Size:  50" X 62"

Finished Size:  62" X 86"
(From my HUGE collection of plaids)

Thank you for letting me share this special pattern, “I Love You More”.  If you make your own version, please email us (see profile) a picture or tag #Iloveyoumorequilt, #lfairquilts, #hands2help2019 on Facebook and/or Instagram.


eileen said...

Wonderful quilt to mix up colours and scraps, thanks for the tutorial!!

Kathryn said...

I love the plaid one best. I love to make charity quilts, and I'll remember your pattern. thanks.

Linda Swanekamp said...

I have been making and saving 6 1/2" crumb blocks and now I have found the quilt to make! I am going to cut the triangles on my Accuquilt paired with the background fabric, ready to sew Thank you so much! Thanks for blogging for Sarah!

Nikki said...

Thank you for a great pattern. So many possibilities! Thank you for sharing.

Sarah Craig said...

So many wonderful variations! Thank you so much for sharing this pattern with H2H, Jamie!