March 13, 2019

Night Sky Pattern Release

I'm pleased to get to release a new pattern today 😊 Meet Night Sky.

This quilt uses only two fabrics to make a bold, striking quilt that comes together quickly.
Night Sky quilt pattern |
Night Sky includes three size options - a 42" x 42" baby, the 60" x 72" throw size shown and a 90" x 90" queen size. It's good to have options, don't you think? What size quilt do you make most often?

The sample quilt was made with Michael Miller fabrics, a Cotton Couture blue solid and the black sequin print from the Glam Girls line by American Dream House. The sequin print is so fun and I'm sad that I only have a little bit left of it now.

I have to admit that while I love the simplicity of a two fabric quilt, I am curious about what Night Sky would look like if every star were a different colour. Actually, the night I finished the quilt top I sent a picture of it to my friend Michelle, then almost immediately I sent another text saying I wanted to make another one in all the colours! It hasn't happened yet, but working on the pattern to get it ready for this release has really kindled that fire again. I feel like lately I want to make everything scrappy and colourful, lol.

I've been asked in the comments, so I thought I'd edit to answer here - a fat quarter would be enough to make one star, so if you want to go scrappy, then your collection of fat quarters would be perfect for it.

Night Sky is available at its introductory price through March 21st (Nathan's birthday 😊). You can get the PDF through either my Payhip or Etsy shops.

Get Night Sky from my Etsy shop

Get Night Sky from my Payhip shop

What colours would you use for Night Sky? Do you have a favourite stargazer who would love to have it?

I'm linking up with TGIFF and Beauties Pageant.


  1. Looks great Leanne, I think it would make a fabulous monochrome quilt too! Congratulations on another lovely pattern release.

  2. Yes, I'd love to see this quilt with every star a different color, too! Would a FQ of each fabric be enough for each star?

  3. Beautiful quilt. My favorite size is a lap quilt. Love yours.

  4. I make a lot of baby quilts for NICU or the women's shelter but lately I've been making throw sizes for gifts. Can you tell me if one quarter is enough for each star and if the quilt is made in blocks? I'm allergic to solids so I'm trying to use my stash and I'm going on a retreat. Block patterns (for me) are easy to work on at retreat but row patterns are harder. Thanks! Great job!

  5. Wow, this is so pretty, Leanne!


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