The Greta Quilt Pattern Mockups

The Greta Quilt Pattern Mockups

This is always one of my favorite parts of releasing a new pattern — sharing the mockups with you. These use a combination of your requests and some collections that caught my eye. The Greta Quilt has two background fabrics and I used some more colorful options and some more neutral options to show how much fun you can have with the Great Quilt.

Fresh Linen by Katie O'Shea

The Greta Quilt in Fresh Linen

Rise and Shine by Melody Miller

The Greta Quilt in Rise and Shine

AbstrArt by Katarina Roccella

The Greta Quilt in Abstrart

Meadow Star by Alexia Abegg

The Greta Quilt in Meadowstar

Pure Solids by Suzy Quilts

The Greta Quilt in Suzy Solids

Water by Ruby Star Society

The Greta Quilt in Water

Flirtation by Zen Chic

The Greta Quilt in Flirtation

The House Beautiful Blenders by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Greta Quilt in FLW

Birdie by Libs Elliott

The Greta Quilt in Birdie

Albion by Amy Smart

The Greta Quilt in Albion

Julia by Crystal Manning

The Greta Quilt in Julia

Teddy and the Bears by Sarah Watts

The Greta Quilt in Teddy and the Bears

Forestburgh by Heather Ross

The Greta Quilt in Forestburgh

Sometimes when I make mockups I have a favorite, but usually I have a few favorites or just like all of them. I have a clear favorite this time! Can you guess what it is?

Comments 3

Debra Woods on

Difficult to choose just one, Birdie is my first choice of these but I’m partial to the Rifle Paper Co scrappy one that you did.

Pam M on

My favourite is AbstrArt by Katarina Rocella, but it was hard to pick just one. Love all those with any sort of Ruby Star SocietyCotton+Steel connection, and Zen Chic’s Flirtation is wonderful too. However I settled on AbstrArt because it is so different from the rest and it is rare to find a masculine flavoured quilt. But even without any reasoning, it is a stand-out quilt.

Mari Lyn on

My guess is Teddy and the Bears by Sarah Watts due to…purple! They’re all beautiful. I love how the color-specific “block” is a little like a cat’s head, since cats and quilters seem to co-exist often.

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