I can't believe we're 2/3 done with this summer patchwork series. That means school is around the corner for us and it's time to start finding the perfect pencils and lunch boxes for another year. So bittersweet.
But rather than getting super sappy on ya'll, I'll share some of the Madeline's my testers have made in case you need a little inspiration. Because boy are they inspiring. And some have kits you can grab! So buckle up for a fun read. This is a good one. :)
Soft and Subtle
This soft and subtle quilt was made by Claire of The Stitch Saloon. Claire has such a good eye for creating beautiful quilts that already have a vintage feel. And she has bundles so you could recreate this beauty. You can find her shop here.
Bold and Bright
I love how bright and happy Jen's Madeline turned out. Using that bright yellow background is such a bold and fun choice and I think it took this version to a whole new level.
Modern and Crisp
Jamie of GetzMade is just so full of fun and colorful antics, and so are her quilts. I love all of it. And her Madeline is no exception. *And* if you happen to be here and don't quilt, you can find hers for sale on her site. :)
Simple and Chic
Why are 2 color quilts so good? And when the two colors are a mixture of whites and mustard?! I love it so much. Ashley of The Musing Mustard makes such pretty and soft, classic quilts. You should check her out for more of this vibe!!
Liza has a vibe that totally resonates with me. I could put any of her quilts in any room in my house and they would totally fit. This Madeline has the perfect blend of warm and cool tones and that polkadot background has me swooning. She'll have kits in her shop!
Clean and Crisp
I am so in love with everything about this version by Amanda. Using that dark blue background fabric with a mixture of florals but keeping pops of white, so so good. You can find more of her work over on her Instagram page. It's all stunning.
Spooky and Sweeter
It's probably presumptuous as a pattern designer to say a fabric line was made for your own pattern, but this new Halloween line by Art Gallery Fabrics is just such a good fit for Madeline, and Lori used such a good background fabric to create a bit of interest but also let those prints shine. It's so lovely and you can get kits at her shop here.
I love how Liz pulled together her Madeline with a bit of an ombre but also kept it settled with continuous Rifle Paper florals. It's just so good and fun and classic. Her Instagram is full of beautiful makes that you really should check out.
Sarah of Sarah-Made created a bundle for this version that is just so so gorgeous and bold and happy. I love how Sarah embraces all the color in her quilts. She knows how to keep a good balance of color and saturation and they're just all so good. You can shop her kit here.
Gingham *and* linen? In rust and blues?! Oh my, this is one I want to snag for myself!! I love how this version by Jodie of Scribbly Gum Quilt Co. turned out! She has such a good eye for color and this quilt is just more evidence of that! And it's not the only version/kit she's made!
On this one, her "background" fabric is the pink and the scrappy strips a mixture of low-volume prints....and...
If pink isn't your signature color, then maybe green is! How lovely would this be?! You can find her kits in her shop here.
Ok friends, head over to my shop to find your own Madeline pattern and have fun! Because this one will be a quick make and I know you'll love how it turns out. :)