You've seen this sneak peek before and now it's time for the reveal. I used 1974 by Urban Chiks for Moda.
Supreme Sewer Candace of Squash House Quilts made this super cute and fun Oak Park Bag using Freebird by Momo for Moda. She used a jelly roll instead of a charm pack. Love the flexibility. Perfect pattern for scraps too. Thank you very much Candace. It's really exciting getting the e-mail with the photos attached.
Supreme Sewer Jackie of Canton Village Quilt Works used this modern and bright Sugar line to make her version of Oak Park. The solid is Essex; a wonderful linen/cotton blend. Jackie has these delicious fabrics available in her store and what's totally fantastic is she's kitted Oak Park Bag and has the kits available in her store. (materials only--you'll need to purchase the pattern from my etsy shop) Thank you Jackie!
Oak Park Bag is now available in PDF in my etsy shop.
Odyssea and Chocolate Osnaburgss
BIG HUG to Daughter Creations! Sometimes I'm asked about the name I give a pattern. Oak Park is a great little suburb just outside of Chicago. I must thank Daughter Creations for naming this bag as well as creating the stylish PDF.
Polka Dots and Pumpkin Linens
New pattern equals giveaway. Random generated selected comment #14 on this post. Congratulations to Amy at Mrs. Schmenkman quilts!