Diamond Diva

The new patterns have just arrived from the printer, so I get to give a little preview of what’s been happening around here lately.

I’ll show more than that, but I just wanted to sneak that photo in first!

In fact, I have so many photos that I decided to break up the preview into three separate posts.  That way I can show lots of photos, but the posts won’t get too long.  In addition, I can have three separate giveaways, giving more people a chance to win the new pattern.

The first pattern is called Diamond Diva.   (Yes, my love affair with 60-degree angles continues.  BTW – no special ruler is needed.)   The pattern began with the throw size quilt, but as usual, I couldn’t stop myself from coming up with other options!

For some reason, when I convert my PDF files of the cover to a JPG, the colors get off, so this next photo shows the color of the quilt better.  (The fabric line is Sanibel)

I chose to do a raw-edge applique technique for the brown diamonds.  Over time they will fuzz up to create a soft edge with lots of texture.  I haven’t used this quilt, so the edges aren’t that fuzzy yet, but over time they will be.  I just love the dimension that they add.  If you prefer not to have a loose raw edge,  just use a fusible product and a machine blanket stitch around the edges.

Of course, I had to make the new pattern in my Christmas line too.  Even though it’s called “At Home for the Holidays”, I left the Christmas prints out of this quilt, so it could stay out longer.

I possibly should put away my snow crystal vase though.  It is May after all.

I plan to turn the white and black print into a dust ruffle.  Someday . . .  . after market.

The pattern also comes with a runner option.  I think it looks like an argyle – when shown in the runner and with only two colors in the blocks.  I’ve always loved argyles. . . . 


The runner works well on my dining room table and it’s small enough that I don’t have to remove it during the meal.

I also tried it over the chair in the bedroom.  That works too, but I have to say that my favorite thing about this runner is that it takes just 4 Fat Quarters!  (that doesn’t include the backing and binding).   So often I see a fabric line that I love, but know I shouldn’t buy the whole line.   Now I will just buy 4 Fat Quarters and make this little runner (in under an hour, I might add). 

This pattern also has a little octagon topper included.  This one takes only 3 Fat Quarters – one for the center, one for the border, and one for sashing and binding.  I happen to like the center done up in two colors – as shown below.  It requires 6 Fat Quarters, but then you get two toppers out of the deal.  It’s really quick and easy, so you won’t mind making two!

I also made the topper in Christmas fabric . . . .

I’ve been trying it out around the house, and found a spot on my kitchen island.  It matches my Target dishes and chair cushions and it fits the space.  

I found that this little topper fits into lots of spots around my house.  It’s fairly small, so it fits into nooks and crannies that quilts can’t normally fit into.


Like next to my computer –

Or over the bench in my dining room . .


You get the idea, so I’ll stop now.  I mentioned a give-away at the beginning of the post, so if you would like a chance to win a pattern, just leave me a comment to be entered to win.  I’m always curious to see what you think!  I’ll show the other two patterns in the next couple of days, then announce the winners next week.

See ya back here soon!


About Heather Peterson

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212 Responses to Diamond Diva

  1. Andrea in AK says:

    I love it! I’d love to see one sitting on my bedside table!

    • Jean says:

      Since I’m addicted to fat quarters I love the runners,etc. What lovely ideas of where I could use them or the gifts I could make for family so no one would be left out. As always beautiful fabric and some more fats coming in the door. Will my sewing room hold them all? Or do we have reinforce the walls and floor. Just need to sew more another reason, the things we have to do to save our homes from collapsing. ( Happy Face )

  2. kimland says:

    What a combination!!! Once again… I find that your fabric and patterns are beautiful and fresh!!! You nailed it, AGAIN!!!

  3. Kathy says:

    Heather, I love the little octagon topper! I can see making many of those for gifts this year. Thanks for the great patterns and fabrics.

  4. Connie F says:

    What beautiful patterns!
    I have always loved your quilts…well all of your items!

  5. Sherri says:

    I love this new pattern…in every version! I’m most excited about the octagon topper, especially since I’ll be able to make 2 at once with 6 fat quarters! I gave everyone table runners a couple of years ago…and this year I think it will be these octagon toppers!

  6. Denise says:

    Heather, I love your patterns…I have quite a collection of them! You have simple, clean designs and great directions. I’m looking forward to making the hexagon table topper.

  7. Debbie says:

    I think “lovely!” I especially like the big quilt (love those ‘true’ colors!) & the argyle runner! Love those black & white prints in with the red & green too! Very nice!

  8. Linda T says:

    Count me in – I love this pattern!

  9. Danielle says:

    I love the pattern, and the fabrics are awesome! The black and white print is my favorite!

  10. Amy says:

    I love the new pattern!!! Love the staging of the quilts in your home, too!!!

  11. Jan says:

    I am so in love with the argyle topper. The fact that it uses just 4 fat quarters is beyond awesome. The fact you can make it in an hour~hmmm, I’m thinking about 4 or so for me. I am very slow and you are Ms. Super fast sewer it seems. Of course I would adore it if I could though!! I am loving your new Christmas/anytime line. So many great things coming!

  12. Claudia says:

    Great job love the table toppers. I also love your new Christmas line. It all look so great together. Can’t wait to see the other new patterns.

  13. Rachael R. says:

    Diamond Diva is fabulous! I especially like the raw edges of the brown diamonds. Your Sanibel line of fabrics is perfect for this pattern. Love it!

  14. Melanie says:

    The pattern is terrific and I love your Christmas line, good thing I’m not on a stash diet lol!

  15. Amy C says:

    So cute! I like them all. I really think it is cool that you only need 3 fat quarters to make the little topper.

  16. Chris says:

    What a great pattern! I just finished a table runner using one of your patterns for charm squares (I’m too lazy to go look for the name of it!). Thanks for such wonderful, fun patterns.


  17. Carmen (Country Mouse) says:

    I am loving that argyle look. Not something you see often. Just beautiful!

  18. Rosalie says:

    Really loving the Christmas fabric. Loving the octogon topper too!

  19. Kristin says:

    Beautiful! I love that you always include color options, too!

  20. Alissa says:

    I like the way the raw edge applique looks! Cute new stuff.

  21. Jessie says:

    I love your new pattern, all three versions! And those fabrics are awesome too!

  22. Linda P. says:

    Love the pattern and the name – I first thought the post was going to be about a surprise diamond you received – lol!! I love all the combos, but that tiny topper at the end goes every where, and boy I can see me whipping those up for Christmas!!
    On the big diamond one in the beginning, did you quilt it first, before adding the other diamonds – it looked as tho they were added later. I love all your patterns and books!

  23. Denniele says:

    Love the dimensional look with the triangles. You have been busy!

  24. mariajhmom says:

    You’re the Diamond Diva!!!!! The patterns and the fabric are both awesome. I must have the Christmas fabric when it comes out!

  25. Jenniffier says:

    I really like all those diamonds. When I saw it it made me smile. Thanks for the chance to win.

  26. Lynda says:

    Both the pattern and the fabric are fabulous!! Thanks for the opportunity to win a pattern. I’d love one!

  27. Quilting Chick says:

    I love this pattern and especially the small topper. It is beautiful and I can think of so many places I could use it. It would be so much fun to make it with all different fabrics for all different seasons..I enjoy your blog so much-thanks for sharing–Hugs, Marietta

  28. Dee says:

    I love your color choices and that you show the same quilt made in different fabrics. I have several of your books and plan to use them to make some table runners for my house. It’s on my list of things to do.

  29. Quilting Chick says:

    Need to add I love your fabric too!! Wonderful colors– 🙂

  30. Anita says:

    It looks like a fun pattern to make.

  31. Moneik says:

    Love the little tabletopper. Such a cute pattern.

  32. Cathy Burk says:

    I love both of your new fabric lines and this pattern really shows them off. I love the argyle look too, so crisp and fun. Thank you for all the wonderful patterns you design for us.

  33. Shelley says:

    I just love this pattern and the different combinations!! The table topper would work so well on small side tables. Thank you for the sneak peek!!

  34. Janelle says:

    Your posts and your fabric always make me happy.

  35. sue says:

    I always love your patterns and fabric and I love these two. I would love a chance to win the pattern because I have tried working with diamonds and I just can’t do it! I tried to make a quilt of my own design with diamonds and I just laughed when I finished because they all slanted off and I couldn’t cut a straight line through them. Help!

  36. Karen says:

    Love the pattern with all the options!
    I LOVE the Christmas line!!! I want all of it!
    I would settle for winning the pattern (If you want to throw in some fat quarters of the Christmas line…that would just make my month!)

  37. Abby Latimer says:

    I love the Christmas line. Can’t wait to try the star topper with it!

  38. Debbie says:

    Those are such nice diamond patterns, Heather! I’m hooked on hexagons and especially like the elongated hexagon table topper. Thanks for counting me in.

  39. Giggles says:

    The raw edge diamonds are a great effect. I love it. What a great idea! I’ve never pieced with anything other than 90 degrees. I’m a little scared to try anything else.

  40. Kandy says:

    The patterns and new fabric line are all very interesting and bright. They bring movement and color into any space without overpowering their surroundings. Thanks for great inspiration!

  41. maureen says:

    I love the new Christmas line. The new diamond pattern is striking and I really like the small table runner!

  42. Julie says:

    I love the diamonds, they just seem to float against the background fabric. Your new Christmas fabric is just beautiful, love the black with the red & green. Was thrilled to see you had something posted today. I talk about your quilts all the time, love the new pattern too!

  43. Sandy says:

    Love the new Christmas line your combinations are so great! The new pattern is great too. Just finished making Fresh Linens from Let the Good Times Roll. Your patterns are the best.

  44. Lisa says:

    Love that diamond quilt! And the colors you chose for all of them are gorgeous!

  45. Beautiful fabrics and patterns! I have never tried making anything withh 60 degree angles, but I would certainly give it a try!

  46. Ann says:

    Another great design! I really like the versatility of the variations of the design! Great way to showcase your wonderful new fabrics.

  47. Barbara says:

    I love the new topper, I could definitely use this all over the house, and it would be great for gifts.

  48. Leslie Schmidt says:

    What a truly versatile pattern! I love how different the little octagon looks from the other two. Both fabric collections look great, but that Christmas one is a stunner!

  49. Laura Tawney says:

    I really love the octagon topper! I can see it in all different types of fabrics and it would make wonderful gifts for my sisters and daughter-in-law. Just the right size for a fun gift to make and I would love to be entered into your give-a-way!
    Laura T

  50. Ginny says:

    You just confirmed why you are my favorite designer. I can’t wait to get my hands on your new patterns and fabric.

  51. Gloria says:

    Wow, I like…especially the argyle runner. I’m anxious to see what’s coming next. I really like your Christmas line too. There would be no rush to put those away after Christmas.

  52. Karen says:

    Great new pattern, and wonderful fabric. Love the candy-cane stripe binding!

  53. Ann-Maree R says:

    Great patterns, wonderful fabric….very inspiring and motivating! Thank you

  54. Jen says:

    My mother just showed this to me and even as a non-quilter I think it is adorable. I want to make one of the little table circles as they are just too cute.

  55. Ruth B says:

    Wonderful designs and gorgeous fabrics – all in a beautiful house! Love your new patterns and fabrics….love em!!

  56. Marie says:

    Diamond Diva – where do you come up with these names? Very clever indeed. I love the quilt in the Holiday line and the octagonal table topper in Sanibel. I already have my favorite color scheme worked out. Congrats on yet another winning pattern and fabric that is oh, so divalicious!

  57. AnnieO says:

    Love the Sanibel Diamond Diva. The 3D effect of the raw edge brown diamonds is wonderful! And your Christmas-nonChristmas line is just striking. Great designs and patterns, congratulations on a sure to be successful venture!

  58. Nichole says:

    Beautiful work as always. I love all the options you include in your patterns. Makes them so versatile!

  59. Elizabeth G says:

    What a beautiful design! I love the red, green, and black fabrics together.

  60. Tiina says:

    It is nice to see the quilts as part of decor. This gave me ideas for new uses for quilts. Thanks!

  61. Kathleen says:

    I love the Diamond Diva quilt….I THOUGHT that looked 3-dimensional at first glance. I LOVE your new holiday line. Can’t wait to own some.

  62. Silvia says:

    Wow! it’s a very nice pattern!! love the three options!!

  63. Deb says:

    I have a couple of your pattern books, and I have to say that you are my favorite designer! And I love this pattern, too, although I’m not sure how accurately I could sew all the diamonds. I’d love to try though! Your home is immaculate…crisp, neat, clean, and richly decorated with quilted items. I love it.

  64. Gale says:

    That pattern is gorgeous! I love the octagon topper.

  65. I really like that table runner and topper. They are so versatile around the house. Just lovely.

  66. Eileen C says:

    I love all of them!!! When will the book be out????

  67. Gene Black says:

    I love the diamond shapes and how they form other shapes (like hexagons) in your pattern.

  68. Anya says:

    How lovely! Thanks for the chance!

  69. Marisa says:

    Love your pattern! It looks like a lot of fun!

  70. Paula W. says:

    This is a great pattern. Love the table runners! Thanks for showing them in the different fabrics.

  71. Nancy E says:

    “At Home for the Holidays” is wonderful & love the toppers made with it!

  72. Laurel Pacios-Rivera says:

    Heather- I love the fresh, non-traditional approach in this pattern -and the fabrics you’ve chosen. I’m really curious about the next two patterns! Laurel in Oregon

  73. Marj says:

    Love, Love, Love the new Christmas fabric and the Diamond pattern!

  74. Michelle Rodriguez says:

    Love the new patterns! Can’t wait for them to come out!

  75. Elizabeth Campbell says:

    Wow! I love it! The little topper is super-adorable and would actually fit on my table. 🙂

  76. LaurieC says:

    Great patterns! I love the way you used the Christmas line to extend the season – for the year! Wonderful smaller projects – thanks!

  77. rebecca says:

    Very cute patterns. Always fun to see whats new with you !!!

  78. Diana says:

    LOVE the table topper, have a few tables that need a bit of dressing so this would be ideal for them. Fabulous pattern. Keep them coming.

  79. Kd Courtney says:

    Love it!!! I will diffently be getting this pattern, along with the beautiful fabric. Can’t wait to make one. So exciting!

  80. Barbara says:

    that is absolutely gorgeous – refreshingly different from all the same old hanging on store shelves

    very clean and elegant – I really love the crisp lines of the pattern itself

  81. carolyn says:

    Beautiful pattern, as I’m a fan of all things argyle. Someday I will knit myself argyle socks! In the meantime, I could definitely use a few of those tablerunners. I’ll be ordering this pattern…unless I win one of course! :o)

  82. Sharlene says:

    I have the perfect fabric in mind… would love the pattern

  83. Kim says:

    Love your new pattern, and I can’t wait for the Sanibel line of fabric to come out.

  84. Jolene says:

    I absolutely love the Christmas fabric. The black and white just makes the red and green pop! I really like the fact that the pattern has 3 options.

  85. Darlene B says:

    Beautiful projects! I just love that there are options for large quilts, table runners, and small accent pieces. I have your Sizzlin’ Sixties book, and have purchased a 60 degree ruler, so I’m ready to get going! Would love to win this book as well. 😉

  86. Linda says:

    Love the patterns and the fabrics! Keep up the great work!

  87. Gail says:

    Really like your new pattern, your colors are making me rethink my choice for always using darker colors. The projects look so nice in your home, everything coordinates so well! The little topper sure is cute!

  88. Kris Bair says:

    oh i love these – and i love table toppers because they can be put anywhere……very pretty!

  89. Michelle says:

    I love the versatility of your patterns. It is so helpful to see them in different sizes and shapes.

  90. Deb G. says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I love the versatility of the table runner and topper, especially in those colors.

  91. Claudia says:

    What a great group of patterns !!! And fabric. This is going on my “to buy” list for the Des Moines quilt show. – Unless I win it first !

  92. Koye Hendrix says:

    I love the new pattern and especially the octagon topper. I love the new Christmas line too. Everything you have designed I have liked. I want all your books! Koye

  93. Erica says:

    Love, love, love the new patterns. I cannot wait to get some of your Christmas line… I love that they are traditional colors… no blue or pink. Thanks for more great work!

  94. Jan says:

    Super cute! Can’t wait to make one of these quilts for myself.

  95. Linda says:

    I love the fat quarter patterns– and for the chance to use some of them up–wow–the colors are so cheerful—we are so ready for that in Mn—-Please pick me for the pattern………..

  96. Kristy says:

    So this is why I check your blog EVERY DAY, just in case it is the day you create a post like this. I love the multitude of options provided by this pattern and the fabric is GORGEOUS.

  97. Megan says:

    Your Christmas fabric looks just like something out of crate & barrel – I love it! Can’t wait to see the next 2 patterns. Good luck getting ready for market!

  98. Pam E. says:

    I would love to make this pattern a few times! Hope I win.

  99. Patti says:

    Once again I love the patterns and the fabric! I love your patterns and the fabric is so beautiful and fresh.

  100. Miss Nancy says:

    Love your designs. They look great everywhere in your home. Count me in on this drawing and thank you for such a diamond filled giveaway.

    Have a great day.

  101. Liz S. says:

    I love your patterns and fabrics too! But my question is this…where did you get the black bedroom furniture? I love the chunky style!

  102. Melissa C says:

    LOVE. I love the Home for the Holidays fabric line and I absolutely love this pattern. I am having a thing for 60 degree triangles right now also. Can’t wait to see the next two.

  103. Jen says:

    Wonderful! I love the little table topper. I have a few places it would work. Thanks for the chance!

  104. Abby says:

    I love that octagon table topper. I don’t like runners so I love that you include a table topper instead~!

  105. Sherrell says:

    Loved the new pattern! My fav fab is the black/white.

  106. Denise in PA says:

    Great design – and I love all the options (not to mention the fabrics!) I have my brand, spankin’ new 60 degree ruler all ready to go!! Thanks for the chance at the give-away!

  107. amber says:

    So beautiful! I love the new patterns. The raw edge applique will be wonderful and I love the look of the argyle too. You make it look so easy and I LOVE your new Christmas line. Congratulations on all of your hard work paying off in a beautiful way!

  108. karen margritz says:

    I’m in love with the octagon table topper. How cute is that. I’d like to make it in christmas fabric as well. I just love the red and white striped binding. I would love to make it just like that. It would make nice christmas gifts. Can’t wait for the new patterns. Thanks Karen M

  109. Karin says:

    Absolutely stunning! You have chosen the perfect combination of pattern and color! Your patterns are a must have!

  110. Doris says:

    Love them both, but that Octagon Table Topper is the bomb!

  111. Staci says:

    The New Patterns are really good! I love table runners and toppers, so and especially excited about the two new patterns. The new quilt is lovely, I like the raw edge applique accents. Sanibel is just lovely, I’m already dreaming about what to make with it. I think your new Christmas line has such a fresh, modern feel. I love that it can be an all year collection as well. So–sending lots of quilty love your way today!

  112. Sequana says:

    Those brown diamonds just float on that quilt. All of these are so pretty, as usual.

  113. Chris says:

    LOVE these patterns and can’t wait to see the others coming along. I especially like the table runner. I have been making a table runner from your Little Charmers pattern over and over again but I may have a new favorite.

  114. Estrella says:

    Es fantastico lindísimo

  115. Leslie says:

    Heather, I don’t know what to say!! Super excited about all the new designs/fabrics.. I have to say I am most partial to the red/green/black/white line.. So striking!! I love the possibilities with the octagon topper! Thanks for the chance to win!

  116. Theresa says:

    Love everything! I can hardly keep up, I’m still ogling everything in your On the Run book, now this too! Keeps me inspired, for sure!

  117. I love the pattern and the fabric. It would be great if I’m the lucky one.

  118. Susan Bailey says:

    The pattern is just ingenious. I really like that small octogan table topper – I’m really into table toppers right now! I know it looks hard to make, but I’ve used your patterns before and you make everything so easy to put together. I hope I win.

  119. Laura says:

    Heather – the pattern is beautiful as are the fabrics you made them with. Love your Christmas line – it is so vibrant! Would love to win this pattern. Laura

  120. Karen W says:

    I just loved the color combination in the bedroom. The green and red colors matched beautifully.

  121. michelle lange says:

    WOW j- love the pattern, love the prints. and Yes, you HAVE TO make that black and white into a dust ruffle! Totally fab!

  122. Debbie says:

    Love the 3D effect the raw edge applique gives to Diamond Diva. And the fabrics are gorgeous! Could you come visit and decorate my home while you’re here?? You have such style.

  123. Shelley C says:

    I love that pattern! I’ve got the diamond quilt someday in my to do list, but am not quite experienced enough to tackle on my own I don’t think, but with a pattern, I might be able to? I love the 3D dimension too…your fabrics are perfect! You decorating sense is over the top too…wish I was you! lol

  124. Kayli Taylor says:

    Love those patterns- so versatile. When I’m finished with sizzlin sixties, I’ll HAVE to do these sixties!! Thanks for the giveaway! kayli-taylor@hotmail.com

  125. Shari says:

    Your modern fabrics and designs are beautiful. Your projects have gotten me out of the rut of traditional stuff.

  126. Shirley says:

    Love seeing the pattern in the various fabrics! Both fabric lines are beautiful.

  127. Kelly says:

    Love the little runner, the octagon and your house to match! Interesting how the green material matches your walls!

  128. Jeanne Marie says:

    I just love the 60 degree patterns. I’m making the SCRAPPY SIXTIES right now. This patterns would also be fun to make.

  129. Irma M. says:

    Love the patterns and especially the bright fabrics. You do such wonderful work! Keep it up!

  130. Shelly J says:

    I have always loved anything with 60 degree angles so this is a must have pattern. I enjoy your pictures showing how you decorate your home…very inspiring.

  131. JoAnne says:

    Another great pattern, Heather. I really like the octagon shaped table topper, simple but interesting.

  132. Lisa LeBlanc says:

    I love them all! I have many of your patterns already and would love to add these new ones to my stash! You create such lovely color combinations, great job! Greetings from Texas, Lisa

  133. Gail says:

    Great patterns! I want to make the table topper. I love it! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Gail (malggl@comcast.net)

  134. Julie in WA says:

    I love quick projects that take a few exciting fat quarters and turn them into something fabulous in no time at all. Perfect for quick hostess gifts, eh! This is one great pattern!

  135. Cindi says:

    I haven’t caught the 60 degree angle bug yet, but now I think I have to give it a try. I really like the tablerunner.

  136. Jaylene says:

    This pattern is so cute! I love the table topper. These would make such cute gifts.

  137. Kare in OH says:

    One of my favorites is the argyle with the raw edge applique! Great pattern!

  138. Elaine says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! You have done it again, Heather!

  139. Esther says:

    LOVE this pattern and all the extras you can make with it. Great gift ideas. You have done it again. I totally love your pattterns.

  140. Carmen says:

    I love the argyle look, too, though I’ve never attempted the 60 degree triangle techniques in your patterns. Thanks for the photos and for helping so many people be creative!

  141. Joan Blum says:

    I love the quilt, especially the one made from your Sanibel fabric collection. And the table toppers are terrific too. Love all your patterns and books!! Keep up the great work!!

  142. ruth says:

    loooove it!

  143. Gale says:

    I love the new patterns and the fabrics are now on my WISH LIST!!!! Super job on the quilting as well.

  144. Jennifer Hogsed says:

    Love, love, love this in the Christmas fabrics!!!!!

  145. Tina says:

    Heather, The pattern is so cute. I just love how the bright fabrics look so cheery in your house. Thanks, Tina Mac

  146. Sarah N says:

    Both patterns are adorable! Thanks for the giveaway!

  147. KIM N says:

    Your fabrics are just great! I would just love to win the pattern—the first thing I would make is the table runners! I would make them in the Sanibel fabric—just fabulous!

  148. lynn bourgeois says:

    My preference is the view on the black table. I like diamonds as well, although I’ve had only slight experience using them. Thanks

  149. sandi says:

    Wow! just love your work. We never seem to be disappointed. Love that black/ red fabric. Sandi

  150. Judy W says:

    You just totally amaze me! One of the last quilt patterns of yours that I made was the jelly rolls & 60 degree triangles, love it, was “sew” easy. Your thoughtfullness when it comes to being able to use runners & toppers in more than just one spot through out your home. Can’t wait to get my fingers on your Christmas line & hope to see you at market.

  151. Barbara Colvin says:

    I love the way the brown diamonds float over the quilt! Sanibel was a perfect choice. Your Christmas line is so dramatic–love the peppermint stripe bindings. You are so talented :o)

  152. Gretchen says:

    Heather, I ADORE this pattern!!! Every project is just perfect! I especially like the use of just 3 or 4 fat quarters for the table runner & topper–like you said a great way to just get a few fqs of a line. I already know two new Moda lines that I would love to make the larger quilt from.

  153. Michelle Pengelly says:

    Heather your pattern are beautiful.Such a wonderful result using only 3-4 fat quarters.

  154. Charlene Danka says:

    Love the design, love the colors! Wish I could just lift them right out of the computer. Thanks for the chance to win.

  155. Kris says:

    These are beautiful quilts. What great patterns, great job.

  156. Cathy M says:

    Do I love those green walls? Oh yeah baby. I think it looks so cool with the green/red/black. Envy…

  157. Camille says:

    Love it all! So when you say you have 3 new patterns, you mean you made 8 quilts, 14 table runners, and 57 mini runners? Geesh girl. Nice work!

    And also you house looks like a magazine shoot. Always!

  158. Sandra McNease says:

    I love this pattern….but I always love your patterns. That is why I have them all.

  159. Jessica says:

    I LOVE the octagonal topper, and LOVE the idea of learning to work with diamonds instead of boring old squares!!

  160. Dianne says:

    I love the black in this new fabric line! And I agree with Camille…your house looks like a magazine 🙂 Beautiful…just beautiful!

  161. Lynn Osborne says:

    I love the red and black/white fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win!

  162. Paula Stuplich says:

    I love the patterns! I think even a beginner like me could do them! I can’t believe how much you have gotten done! You create such wonderful patterns. This would be a wonderful way to start my pattern collections.
    And, Yes, you home is photo shoot beautiful!
    ( I hope I win, I hope I win! )

  163. carol broughton says:

    Hi Heather,

    I am so amazed that your creativity just keeps flowing! I love the new fabrics and the patterns. Would absolutely love to win! I am a big fan.

  164. Becky says:

    Love the pattern as always! My son and his bride love argyle so I see a table runner in their future!

  165. Love 60 degrees too and this pattern is so versatile!!

  166. Pat says:

    I especially love the red, green, black, and white topper. The striped bias binding really finishes it off. I so enjoy your web-site and check it often for new posts.

    Being a knitter also, I enjoy seeing your knitting projects as well. Please continue to share. You are definitely an inspiration!

  167. Janelle J says:

    Love this pattern. Love both the quilt and the runner and topper! Should be a great seller!!

  168. Beth says:

    Love both fabric lines and the patterns. Especially the little runner and table mat. Can’t wait to get all of it!

  169. Barb Shuler says:

    Terrific fabric and patterns! Your site is a very favorite of mine. I am a transplanted Mid-Westerner to the state of Maine and so enjoy your stories. Keep up your very creative and talented work!

  170. bev/mo says:

    I just adore the new Sanibel line….I can’t wait until its out in the shops!

  171. Judy W says:

    I too am a lover of argyle and also plaids! This is a great pattern that makes a wonderful use of colorful fabrics! And it has endless possibilities! Since I bought the 60 degree ruler I can put it to good use with this pattern too!

  172. Bari Jo Moore says:

    Love the new pattern – cool argyle look!!! Love the new Christmas fabric, too! It’s fun to watch all the new ideas that you never run out of! :O)

  173. Beverly Atkins says:

    I really love that pattern, especially the topper and the runner. I can see it now all over the house!

  174. Tracy P says:

    Love it! Love the pattern, love the fabric-ALL of it, and love all the pictures. Did I mention I love it?

  175. That is a fabulous design! Congrats! Speaking of quilting, have you found all the great links to other quilters at http://www.WeAllSew.com? There is even a whole page of organizations looking for quilting donations called Sew to Serve!

  176. Jenny says:

    oh i love how your designs are working with these patterns! just gorgeous…wondering if 60 degree rulers are required for these patterns, they are all just gorgeous. i love the black!

  177. Alana says:

    The “argyle” look is so fun! I think the new pattern is great, and your completed projects look beautiful.

  178. Robin Chapa says:

    GORGEOUS pattern to compliment your BEEAAAA-Utiful fabric! I love love love it!

  179. Erika says:

    I love the diamonds! I made a diamonds quilt not too long ago wishing I had a cute pattern and now I know I should had to wait for yours LOL I love your table runners, they are my favorite craft to do specially the one on the Leather chair.

  180. Laura says:

    Love this pattern! Please count me in for the giveaway. My sister wants me to make her an octagon table mat and your pattern is perfect.

  181. Alathia says:

    Love it! All of it! I’m a sucker for anything argyle. I’ve been looking for a pattern to make my hubby his own quilt, I think this is it!

  182. Mary-Kay says:

    I really like the black fabric. It makes all the other colours pop out. I like it so much, I’m thinking about repainting so I can use some of those colours in my home.

  183. Alexandra says:

    yum yum yummy….I love diamonds. All 3 patterns are absolutely a must have to make NOW!!! Heather you are just toooooo clever and inspirational!

  184. Randee says:

    Heather…..I really like the table topper. It always amazes me how the same pattern can take on a different look with different fabrics.

  185. Tammy says:

    LOVE the new pattern! And that table runner on the chair – looks like the two were made for each other. Looking forward to getting your new patterns (and Sanibel too!)

  186. Michelle says:

    I would love to make the octagon toppers as placemats!

  187. Kay says:

    Ok, This one I’ll buy, hope my quilt shop here in Georgia will have it soon. I’ll ask for it if they don’t. The topper is the winner. LOVE IT!!!!!

  188. Lisa Arndt says:

    I work in a Quilt shop, when I am not Longarm quilting… I know we ordered your fabric, and I am so excited for the line to arrive! I would love a pattern to go with it:)

  189. Deb Gilmore says:

    Your work is just beautiful and I love your fabrics!!

  190. Cory says:

    Diamond Diva is gorgeous. I love the 3 dimensional look the chocolate diamonds gives it. And the table topper is a wonderful additions. Thank you! Take care and God bless, Cory

  191. kristina says:

    really LOVING all of your new patterns, can’t wait to see the market booth, it’ll be beautiful:) Also, really diggin your zebra ottoman-perfect!

  192. Sandy Allen says:

    Wowzer those are gorgeous! Love them all, but the little octagon table topper would look great in my office at work! Please count me in on the pattern give-away!

  193. Sharlene K says:

    Your creativity is astounding! Cool pattern!

  194. Lydia says:

    Oooooh, I’m loving the diamonds. As soon as I saw the cover photo, I thought “argyle.” I, too, have a fondness for argyle. Really, really fun pattern. I can’t wait to try it out. Great job, as usual.

  195. SewLindaAnn says:

    I think I’m too late for entering, but I wanted to say how fabulous and fun the pattern looks. I love diamond patterns too and made my first full size (and only full size so far) in one. I especially love the tabletopper with the sashing making a pattern. I can’t wait to try it!

  196. SuzK says:

    I adore your Christmas fabric. Finding good Christmas reds and greens are hard nowadays. While I love the Christmas lines that have come out lately, I miss that. The black just adds that pop that makes everything glow!

  197. mary says:

    Hope it is not too late to get in on the drawing. I just love the table toppers! That is one item I really like to make for gifts for family and friends. I definitely have to get some of your fabric line.

  198. Polly says:

    They are just delightful! I wish I had just one millionth of your talent for designing and color use! Polly

  199. Kathie L says:

    I, too, like argyle, and your Christmas line with white, black, red and green look wonderful in this pattern. Kathie L in Allentown

  200. Robin says:

    Love this pattern with all the options. Really cute!

  201. How cute! Love the argyle look without a lot of fussing. The floating diamond is perfect! I really like the table topper too.

  202. Jackie says:

    I am working on a diamonds quilt now and so love your new pattern. Oh how this would be wonderful to work on. You are a designing genius!

  203. Hannah says:

    I love argyle anything and this is amazing! Can’t wait until it’s available for purchase.

  204. Michele says:

    I honestly don’t think you have a pattern that I don’t like – you have such a gift!

  205. Kathy says:

    Adorable patterns! I have added you to my google reader so I don’t miss all of your beautiful creations.
    Thank you for the chance to win one of your patterns.

  206. Christine Thomas says:

    I like the raw-edge diamonds…what a neat idea. And the hexagon table topper is really really cool and fun. Great job as usual.

  207. Carol says:

    The quilt is a must have, but the topper is cute, too.

  208. Karla Tschida says:

    As much as I love seeing your new patterns and your new fabrics, I love seeing the samples on display in your beautiful home.

  209. sndy1 says:

    Luv your new diamond pattern. A must have!

  210. Bell Moore says:

    How can I purchase your pattern for the star table topper?

  211. Gloria Jobe says:

    Getting ready to make this quilt in a quilt class, loved seeing pics, now the hard part, deciding on the fabric! Am more inspired.

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