17 February 2014 ~ 8 Comments

It’s Done! Memories of Sochi Quilt Pattern

Wow! The athletes are awesome! And those Patchwork Banners are beautiful. That patchwork inspired this pattern now available on Craftsy.

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This design is simplified. There are only three panels. Each panel is made of just squares and quarter square triangles.  It is the color and variety of the fabrics you use that will make this quilt fabulous!
If you want to make a bigger quilt, make the panels longer and/or make more panels.

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So start gathering fabrics of all colors of the rainbow to make your memories of Sochi quilt… And don’t forget to download the FREE pattern  from Craftsy!

Memories of Sochi PDF

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Here is a great QUICK Fat Quarter Quilt. Instant Karma is simple and graphically appealing! Grab up some Fat Quarters (in your favorite colors or the colors of HIS favorite team!) and let’s get started!  Three sizes are included in pattern so make any size you like…

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8 Responses to “It’s Done! Memories of Sochi Quilt Pattern”

  1. Carol 12 September 2014 at 8:21 am Permalink

    Two connections with you – our daughter’s married name is Lynn Brown. I accompanied her, along with her 2 1/2
    yr. old son, to the Sochi Olympics to watch Craig Brown participate on the USA Olympic Curling Team. As a quilter, I
    loved all of the quilt patterns, esp. the huge “walls” which I was told were put up as sound barriers.

    • Lyn_Brown 12 September 2014 at 8:30 am Permalink

      HI Carol… That is wonderful you were able to go to Sochi! And to have a family member participate! Wow! My husband and I (along with our daughter who was just over 2 1/2!) were able to attend lots of the events when the games were in LA in 1984. A wonderful feeling of excitement surrounds the Games and we have many treasured memories of those times. Glad you liked my version of those Sochi Banners. I thought the originals perfectly captured the thrilling nature of the Olympics!
      Make A Great Quilt, Lyn

  2. Dell Childs 20 February 2014 at 8:31 am Permalink

    looks like a fun way to use up all those scraps we’ve been saving Miss you When will you be back on Mondays Dell

  3. Cathy vJ in MA 19 February 2014 at 8:22 am Permalink

    An Olympic Size Hug for you! Thanks for this pattern. I had planned on doing it myself but am thrilled that you have beaten me to it! 😀
    Cheers for Team USA and you!
    Cathy von Jess in MA

  4. Denise 18 February 2014 at 10:38 am Permalink

    This is very clever….see you shortly,

  5. dee hill 18 February 2014 at 7:07 am Permalink

    Oh my goodness.. Thank You sew… much for making this up for all of Us Quilters… These will Now be all over the World.. Just full of Colors…… have a great sewing day…

  6. Marie 17 February 2014 at 11:22 pm Permalink

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!

  7. JoAnne T. 17 February 2014 at 9:37 pm Permalink

    It’s gorgeous, Lyn! Thank you for the pattern, I think I’ll have to go take a look at those patchwork banners you’re talking about.


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