Friday, June 24, 2016

Spreading a Little Joy

With all the new Christmas and holiday fabrics hitting the store this time of year, I thought it would be a great time to release my newest pattern.  This one is called Rejoice!




The finished piece measures 16" x 42" and is perfect for those leftover jellyroll strips.  




The pattern has detailed instructions and easy to read graphics that make putting this together a breeze.  Whether you make one for yourself or for family and friends, now is the time to start planning those holiday projects.





I really like how it looks with a dark background fabric. I plan on doing a bit of shopping and making a few more with this Moda Grunge fabric.



My wonderful pattern tester has plans for making a few more before the holidays too.  Her daughter saw this one her mother made and put in an order for her own.



I think it makes a great wallhanging too.  Who doesn't want to spread a bit of Joy around?


If you would like to purchase the pattern, you can find it in both my Etsy shop and on Craftsy.  You can also find some of my other patterns there too.

And because I want to spread a little more Joy around, I am also hosting a pattern giveaway.  I will be giving away a .pdf copy of the pattern to three winners.  If you want to be in the draw, simply leave me a comment.  For an additional entry, simply share some Joy on your social media or pinterest boards and let me know that you did in another comment.  
I will be drawing the winners on Monday June 27th.


***This giveaway is closed.  Thanks to all who entered.  Winners have been notified by email***

And if you go ahead and buy the pattern and your name is drawn as a winner, don't worry, I will gladly refund your money!

Thanks for your support!
 

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22 comments:

NancyA said...

What a cute pattern! That would make a great Christmas gift.

Anonymous said...



simply joyful hjrogers@sympatico.ca

Valerie Reynolds said...

I love the simplicity of this table runner and have the PERFECT coffee table for it. Thanks for the inspiration...though ya did freak me out a little with your half way to Christmas comment...YIKES!!! LOL!

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

Congratulations on the pattern release! I like the pinwheels and the whimsical layout of the letters.

Jo said...

That is so cool. I am already making Xmas in July gifts. This would be a great gift in plenty of time for the festive season..

Marie said...

That is such a nice pattern, simple but meaningful, thanks for the opportunity to win it :)

Andree G. Faubert said...

Hi Cynthia, that's a lovely pattern. Well done!

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Joy is my favorite Christmas word and the name of someone very special to me--
great pattern--
love and laughter, di

Marlene said...

Half way to Christmas- you have to be joking! What a really lovely pattern. Thanks for the the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

Robby H. said...

So simple and yet a perfect word for many occasions. This would be a cute way to welcome a new 'bundle of joy' with a tweak or two to the size.

Jenny said...

Congratulations on your lovely Christmas pattern, and thanks for the chance to win a copy.

Bernie Kringel said...

This is so sweet! I like the simple message for the holidays. Very pretty.

Kathy H said...

I always love pinwheels. And my favorite Christmas word is joy. Although it is one of my favorite words all year too!

Vicki H said...

Cute pattern. I would love to make it for my daughter.

Kate said...

Very fun pattern, perfect for the holidays.

Carol Tauber said...

Simple message with great meaning, thank you for a wonderful giveaway!

Barb N said...

This is my kind of table runner - perfect!

Barb N said...

This is so darn cute that I pinned three of the photos to my Quilted Table Runners Pinterest board. :)

cjmont said...

i am totally loving this letter quilt.

Kathy said...

I would love to win this pattern! I would make it for my daughter because Joy is the middle name of her baby, which is my sweet grandbaby girl!! Thanks for the opportunity to win!
kakingsbury at verizon dot net

Carole Williams said...

This is such a nice pattern to make for celebrating anytime. Not only Christmas, but anytime we are celebrating! I would love to win!

Charlene said...

Love your new pattern!! Charlene George