Saturday, January 5, 2013

Labyrinth Walk

  
 
Well here is, "Labyrinth Walk"! 
 
This quilt was inspired by a gorgeous floor we discovered in Naples, Italy   
I had the honor of Quilt Magazine publishing my pattern back in April/May issue of 2012.
Now that Labyrinth Walk has been released for several months, I have been blessed by how many people have created it.  It's very humbling.
 
My goal this week is to add a link.....with the complete story of our discoveries of the culture, food and art in Italy that inspired us to create this work of art.
 


46 comments:

  1. good afternoon
    I would love to do this quit already contacted the magazine but said they do not sell and do not know how to do this can be quilte that can help me get the tutorial
    now thank you
    Aldora
    crochedadodo.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hello, we are in the process of writing this pattern ourselves. Hope to see it on sale soon!

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  2. This is crazy amazing!!! I love it!
    Congratulation on your success with the quilt & design!

    :)

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    1. Thanks we are real happy with how it turned out. Cant wait to have the time to make another neat design.

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  3. Trying to find the pattern for purchase, since the magazine is out of print.

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    1. I found the magazine (the April/May 2012 issue of Quilt Magazine) at my local library.

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  4. Hello I apologize for the bother again but do not know how to get the magazine quilt magazine which came out the labyrinth does not have a copy to me more than I paid to send the value of postage and seen the quilt magazine Magazine informing me that has not already copies. I live in Portugal and would like to make this work so that you created. my email. is: aldoramira@gmail.com
    graciously
    Aldora

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  5. Hi, I had only started quilting last year about the time "Quilt Magazine" May/April 2012 came out. My daughter saw the "Labyrinth Walk" and ask me to make it for her. I have just completed this wonderful quilt! Everyone in my quild told me not to give it to my daughter until I enter this Awesome quilt in some shows.
    I am asking for your permission to enter my completed quilt of your design in the NQA Quilt Show? Please email me at deea14325@yahoo.com Thank you Dee

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    1. Hello Dee, sorry about the slow response. We have been crazy busy. Yes hope you have entered it. Please promote me as the designer! I have a new pattern available now too. If you enjoyed Labyrinth you will probably like the next one too!

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    2. Thank you! I have entered it and promoted you as the designer. I would like your new pattern, will look for it.

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  6. hi Chris! We would love to continue to sell your pattern in our shop. We have sold over 100 magazines and kits and cant get the magazine any longer. Is it available in pattern form? Please let us know. Love your new one too! Thanks!-
    Jennifer Albaugh - QUILTIQUE

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  7. Hi, any chance I could purchase the pattern for the labiryth from you? How much, and how can I purchase?

    Thanks,
    Paula Coelho
    PORTUGAL

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  8. Are you amassing a list to contact when the patterns are available? Would you add me to that list? Thank you.

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  9. Please contact me when the pattern is available!!!!!!! Thanks! Lynn

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    1. The patterns are available at several on line shops.
      Bella Rose
      Bear Creek
      American Quilters Soc.
      Quiltique

      Please let me know where you live, and I will be happy to find a store near you. I hope.

      Thanks for your continued support!
      Love everyone’s passion for quilting!

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  10. I am so excited, i was able to get a copy of the pattern at the Sandy quilt show. I can hardly wait to get started.

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  11. I am interested in this pattern as well

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  12. My son saw this quilt and thought it was GREAT! So, I'm attempting to make it for him for graduation (I've given myself enough time :) ) BUT my question is... I'm making it for a Twin bed. 84 x 84 is much to big for that (width wise). I'm attempting to 1/2 size it but in working through the pattern the 'white maze' pieces are just getting to narrow and do not look good. Have you done this quilt in another size and/or have you ever paper pieced it? I'm attempting to make a paper piecing pattern from your pattern (is that legal??) so I can get the 1/8" pieces exact. Any helpful tips, hints, different pattern?????

    Thanks!

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  13. I just saw this quilt posted in Facebook and would LOVE have the pattern. How and where can I get it?

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  14. I NEED this pattern! How do I get it? Please write to me at lesliethequeen@yahoo.com with instructions - I am a Desperate Woman! (Quilter?)This pattern takes my breathe away! Help!!!!

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  16. I would like to know how to get the Labrynth Walk pattern as soon as it is available. Thank you in advance!

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  17. Sporty for my wrighting, but english is not my langris...
    Can you tell me were i Can download the beautiful pattern.
    Tanks from Mette in Denmark
    mette.john@live.dk

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  18. Hi Chris,

    I recently quilted a Labyrinth Walk quilt and when I brought it to my local guild for show and tell everyone absolutely loved it. I am asking for your permission to make one for our next raffle quilt; the proceeds would be used for local charities and education. My email is quiltingartistry@comcast.net.

    Thanks!

    Tammie

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  19. I never thought of that! I'll look...I have asked my quilt shop to order it but I haven't gotten an answer from them.

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  20. I would also like to purchase the pattern to this awesome quilt. davis.12371@gmail.com

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  21. Amazing quilt. I also would love to purchase a copy of this pattern when it is available.

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  22. Hello, I love your patterns and would be so happy to sell them in my quiltshop, pls contact me at lapp-elisa@telia.com, thank you:-) Elisabeth

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  23. I, too, want a copy of this pattern!!

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    1. If you are interested in purchasing the pattern whole sale, you may contact E. E. Schenck. If you are looking for purchasing this pattern retail, you can contact American Quilters Society.

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  24. I just finished my 1st block of this amazing quilt. Could you please let me know the finished sizes of each block? This is my 1st try using a pattern & want to make sure I am close to the correct size. Thanks!!

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    1. My quilt is out on loan, so I can't measure it.
      Sorry. I'm going to have to do some calculations.

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  25. I'm in the process of cutting out the black fabric that came with the kit and find it is only 41 inches wide. Do you recommend piecing these 6 1/2 x 41 to make them 42 inches long? I'm supposed to cut 8 of them per the pattern.

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    1. I believe I may have contact you by email in regards to your question? Generally the width of quilting fabrics run 43" to 44" wide selvage to selvage.
      Did you prewash the fabric? Because I never do that unless I'm creating a scrape quilt. Scrape quilts can be several different combination of fabrics from different mills.

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    2. Ann - Where did you find a kit to buy? I can't even find the pattern!

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  26. I need this pattern for my store so much, Chris, please contact me at lapp-elisa@telia.com Thanks a million! :-)Elisabeth at Lapp-Elisa Quilts, Sweden

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    1. If you are interested in purchasing this pattern, you may contact E. E. Schenck at 1-800-433-0722

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  27. I would love to purchase a copy of this pattern.

    POosterman_1@hotmail.com

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  28. Good afternoon Penny,
    I believe you might be able to find the pattern on line.
    Bella Rose Quilting, Uniquely You in Abilene KS, or Bear Creek. If you would please contact me at E. E. Schenck, I can locate a store near you.
    Thanks
    Christoher

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  29. Is there any possibility to purchase the pattern from Belgium? I hope for a digital one, as probably the snail mail costs are much higher than the chart.
    clan.macdoedel@telenet.be

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  30. Can I get some info on wholesale ordering please.

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  32. Hello! I made the quilt Labyrinth Walk, following your pattern. However, I needed with smaller, so I reduced the measures of blocks to 14.
    I'm asking for your permission to post the photo on the facebook group to which I belong and also on my page. I will give due credit as design. Thank you.

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  33. In the comment above, I wrote 14 ", in fact, the final block is 14 1/2" and the finished quilt 56 "x 56". A good size for sofa quilt. Your pattern will be wonderful and my work is beautiful!

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