New quilt pattern idea

While I was watching the Food Network yesterday, I noticed this eye catching pattern on a conveyor belt so I sketched it out on paper then figured out how to break up the block to tile and reproduced it in Photoshop. It kinda looks like little houses.

By complete fluke, I copied the design and while tiling, came up with a lot of different variations but I’ll show you those tomorrow. Here are a few colour options I thought would be cute:ConveryBelt

NeighbourhoodHere’s the basic block pattern. If you use this to create a block or quilt, please credit me and linking back to this post would be awesome! I also started a Bending Pins Flickr group here.

ConveyorBeltBlock

The finished block size would be 12″ x 8″. ┬áThis is an original quilt pattern designed by me. If you choose to make it and share on social media, a credit would be greatly appreciated. Sale of this quilt pattern without permission is prohibited by copyright law.

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57 thoughts on “New quilt pattern idea

    • LOL! Kathleen, I don’t even know where to start! Which pattern do I make? And lets not even get started with colour choices! Thanks so much for stopping by!

    • Thanks Patti! I was really excited about it. I know most designers keep everything to themselves until they can make a quilt and sell it as a pattern but I just couldn’t wait, I’m terrible at keeping secrets! ;D xoxo

  1. Oh I love this!!! I don’t know where I will find the time to make it. Watching a 7 month old takes up a lot of time.

    • Congratulations on your baby Pamela! I know when I had my son, sleeping myself at nap time was priority #1! Thanks for taking the time to visit and comment!

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  3. This is an amazing pattern. Sew Creative. I love all three colorways. I wandered in via a series of clicks while visiting a new blog and then the solid color flicker block group. I will be back …thanks for sharing … :) Pat

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