The sneak peeks of the 2017 collection
The 2016 collection
Level of difficulty: 6****** | Finished size: 74” x 74” | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
In 2013 Jacqueline won the first place pieced in the Hoffman Challenge with the stunning design "Celtic Fantasy"
Since then, Jacqueline received lot of requests for that quilt.
And this year your wildest dream come true: "Infinity", a 7* or 8* design for the intermediate and experienced quilter. my dear friend Cheryl Harris took care of the binding of this beautiful design.
The gorgeous quilt work is done by Tammy Murphy - colourmequilted.ca, from Uxbridge, Canada.
A little update on pattern part C will follow soon.
Level of difficulty: 4**** | Finished size: 68” x 68” | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
Years ago, in 2007, Jacqueline designed "Springtime", a lovely design in beautiful aquas and blues.
This quilt, this pattern was a bestseller for years and because it came with templates only, Jacqueline decided to re-design this gorgeous quilt.
The color choices are just as beautiful as the original and with a few fabrics of her fresh designed batiks, it became a fabulous quilt. Even more pretty as the original. Cheryl Harris took care of the perfect binding for this fabulous design.
And what about the beautiful quilt work done by Tammy Murphy - colourmequilted.ca, from Uxbridge,
When Summer Ends..
Level of difficulty: 3*** | Finished size: 63” x 63” |Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
In contrast of the quilts and designs of the Rainbow collection, Jacqueline choose the warm and deep colors for a Fall collection. And "When Summer Ends.." is hopefully the first of many in these warm and fuzzy colors.
The gorgeous fabrics used in this design are Anthology fabrics and a few of the Fall collection 2015 fabrics Jacqueline designed.
It's not a difficult design and it will be beautiful in any color combinations. You can scroll down at the Rainbow Collection page and you'll find Kaleidoscope in the bright rainbow colors.
All the credits for the stunning quilt work in this beautiful design goes to Cindy Glancy.
Update for pattern parts A, AA, F and J under the 'update' button
Level of difficulty: 5***** | Finished size: 70” x 70” | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
Another new design for the 2016 collection.
A fabulous quilt of Jacqueline in the bright and colorful Rainbow colors.
Inspired by Art Deco, this design is a stunning wall hanging and could easily enlarged to a bed quilt.
It took Jacqueline a while to have the perfect colors for this quilt. There was the design and JJ wants to make this in another color scheme. However, it doesn't work. It was just not that what makes this design special and attractive.
Finally JJ decided to choose for the Rainbow colors. And not a bad choice!
It's a beautiful 6* pattern. A challenge, but so worth the effort!
The quilt work is stunningly done by Cindy Glancy, and Carolyn Bradley did the binding for Jacqueline
La Vie est Belle
Level of difficulty: 3*** | Finished size: 65” x 65” | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
It was not easy to came up with a name for this gorgeous quilt. But 'La Vie est Belle' suits just fine for this beauty.
Jacqueline designed some lovely pastel batiks for the Spring collection and uses them in this beautiful romantic quilt.
It's a sweet and girly quilt and easily to enlarge to a bed quilt or to any size you want.
This lovely new design is made in the new Spring Collection fabrics by Jacqueline and Anthology Fabrics.
Tammy Murphy, Colourmequilted, did the amazingly beautiful quilt work.
Level of difficulty: 4**** | Finished size: 66” x 66” | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
The colors of sunset and sundown, the colors of Summer days in the sun.
It was not hard to choose a name for this beautiful and bold design. It's made in just 7 different fabrics and all from Jacqueline's new Spring Collection.
Although this design is fabulous in all color choices, the yellows, oranges, pale yellow and the strong dark butterfly fabrics make this design a perfect wall hanging.
It's easy to picture this design in your own favorite color scheme!
The beautiful quilt work is from Cindy Glancy.
The fabulous new fabrics and quilt designs for 2015
In association with Anthology Fabrics, Jacqueline designed a brand new stunning fabric collection in awesome batiks. And with these amazing fabrics she designed a whole new range of fabulous quilts.
This whole new range of fabrics (74!) all in amazing colors, is presented in October this year at the International Quilt Market in Houston, TX.
And together with her brand new Fabric collection, Jacqueline designed 6 more stunning quilts. Not only for the intermediate quilter, but also when you're a novice.
This beautiful collection of patterns, is made with the gorgeous new Anthology fabrics.
If your interested in purchasing one of those beauties, please email Jacqueline at
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Level of difficulty: 3*** | Finished size: 58" x 58" | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
Indian Summer, a brand new design, and the first quilt Jacqueline made of the freshly new designed fabrics. And they're gorgeous. The colors in this quilt, 28 in total, are so bright and colorful.
It's a feast for the eye. The beautiful quilt work is done by Tammy Murphy - colourmequilted.ca, from Uxbridge, Ontario - Canada
Level of difficulty: 3*** | Finished size: 70" x 70" | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
This is Something Blue, my favorite so far. It's an absolutely fabulous and sophisticated design. The blues in this gorgeous design are amazing, and they're so good together with the white, the starry and the striped fabric.
The gorgeous quilt work is done by Elly Prins - machine quilting, The Netherlands
Level of difficulty: 3*** | Finished size: 66" x 66" | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
Take a close look at this gorgeous quilt.
The beautiful double flying geese circle, the lovely star. The fabulous half circles all around the center. And what about the spike borders.
Jacqueline selected 12 of her awe-inspiring fabrics for this amazing design. And the result is breathtaking.
The lovely fabrics are from Jacqueline's first designed fabric collection by Anthology Fabrics.
Together Jacqueline and Craftsy created an amazing online class which you can take where ever you are, whenever you want. So sign up now to take this opportunity to learn from the best!
Level of difficulty: 4**** | Finished size: 55" x 55" | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
This is such a marvelous design. It's the remake of Pretty Purple in a complete different color scheme Jacqueline used to work with. Jacqueline calls them "muddy", but I think they're just gorgeous. The blues in this design lightens up the quilt, and the faded yellows are so wonderful and make this design a stunning quilt. Tammy Murphy - colormequilted.ca, from Uxbridge, Canada, is responsible for the stunning quilt work.
Level of difficulty: 2** | Finished size: 74” x 74” | Templates
This bright and colorful quilt is designed by Jacqueline and made by Bridget. The first quilt she ever made, and specially made for the beginner. And yes, Bridget is a beginner. This is what she said about making this quilt. "I suggest every beginner to start with a design like this. It's easy, it's a pattern that repeats itself, and you can make it just as large or small as you want it to be."
Don't think adding the black and white is difficult to do, because I can tell you it's really very easy. Much easier than sewing all the pieces together without the stripes.
Elly Prins - machine quilting, from the Netherlands did the beautiful quilt work.
Level of difficulty: 2** | Finished size: 50” x 50” | Templates
Better Together was the second quilt Bridget made. And this one was a joy to make. It was great to work with these gorgeous fabrics. And this design is just slightly more difficult than Carousel. What makes this quilt special is the bright and colorful pieces together with the gorgeous pastel colors. Those two combined make this quilt a joy to look at. Notice the lovely quilt work from Elly Prins - machine quilting, with the flowers and the dragon flies.
Level of difficulty: 3*** | Finished size: 45" x 45" | Foundation papers available: Yes | Technique: paper piecing
This gorgeous wall hanging is the only "Rainbow Quilt" for this season. But it's a lovely one. The stars, spikes, the flying geese border and the sashings in Jacqueline signature striped fabric, making this design into a wonderful and fabulous quilt.
The stunning quilting is done by Tammy Murphy - colormequilted.ca. Just look at those feathers..
Level of difficulty: 2** | Finished size: 46.5"x 46.5" | Technique: Paper piecing | Digital copy of Quilters World: http://bit.ly/1ktft9O.
Invited by Quilters World, Jacqueline designed this gorgeous and colorful quilt specially for the magazine.
A fabulous design available for anyone who like to try out their first BeColourful quilt.
Made in gorgeous batiks from Anthology fabrics and in Jacqueline's designed fabrics.
You'll have lots of fun making all these lovely stars and enjoy yourself with all these spiky pieces.
Together with Jacqueline's signature striped fabric, you'll have yourself a real BeColourful. Making Memories is featured in the Spring issue of Quilters World. You can order a digital copy here: http://bit.ly/1ktft9O.
For the beginner we thought to come up with a collection easy quilts. Carousel and Better Together are beginner quilts, and this lovely one is also quite easy to make. The technique is a disappearing nine patch. Bridget selected all kind of happy orange, yellow, blue and green fabrics. It's very satisfying to see this quilt top grow, and you can enlarge this design to any size you want.
More info coming soon!
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