TULIP SEASON digital PDF for download, Robin Pickens,
Tulip Season can be any season with this cheery springy floral quilt! This quilt pattern for TULIP SEASON is a pdf downloadable pattern by Robin Pickens, shown using her Tulip Tango fabrics for Moda Fabrics (which ship to shops spring 2022), but can be made with your choice of fabrics. Since the new line of fabrics feature tulips, the time was right to make a tulip quilt pattern with long elegant leaves and blooms to show off the prints. The garden is surrounded by a pretty border of flying geese.
The pattern includes instructions for two sizes, a Small of 65 1/2 x 68 1/2" or Large of 85 1/2 x 91 1/2" (Small size shown on front cover and could be used as lap or twin quilt). This blooming floral quilt uses Fat Quarters for the prints. For an even more varied look, use a Layer Cake. Pattern includes cutting instructions for a Layer Cake as well as Fat Quarters. This pattern is also suitable to use with Fat Sixteenths that are at least 9 1/2" long. Yardage for blocks and background is indicated on the back of pattern.
Pattern is for use with your own cotton fabrics. The actual item being sold and downloaded is the pdf pattern for making the quilt, not the actual quilt or fabrics. This pattern is a pdf of 6 pages (from the 12 page smaller booklet, done in page spreads). There is no printed pattern that is shipped when purchasing a downloadable PDF. This design is suitable for basic to intermediate quilters and uses stitch and flip sewing.
The quilt in the sample photos was pieced and quilted by Robin Pickens. It was longarmed with the Shield pantograph from Longarm League. The background used in the quilt shown is Thatched Cream 36 but would also look great in Dotty Thatched Cream 48715-36.
The PDF is for your own personal printing for your own directions to make the quilts and not for mass printing for resale or for distributing to group classes. You may sell the quilts made with this pattern (small scale, not mass production) but please credit Robin Pickens as the designer of the quilt pattern. Thank you!