Thursday, 1 September 2016

The Thread House Pattern Launch and GIVEAWAY!!




Our The Thread House patterns are now ready to purchase! You can check them all out here.

Right get ready for some serious quilting eye candy...


We are so pleased with our first six patterns! We hope you like them too. At present you can only buy them as a download but paper patterns will be coming soon!

Let's take a look at them all...

This is Karen's Giant Hexie cot quilt. I think this was the first pattern she ever wrote and she has revived it and re-made it in her beautiful Blueberry Park fabric.


And this is Karen's Summit Quilt, a brand new design, love the colour placement. The whole thing is so simple yet so striking!


Next up is Lynne's Pic'n Mix Sampler Quilt, which is amazing value for money, with four different versions included! My husband loves this quilt and wants to keep it for himself :)

You probably recognise some of the backdrops featured. We are so lucky that my very talented husband, Jonathan, offered to do the quilt photography for us. He took all these gorgeous photos using Shangri La Farm and his Tiny House as locations, aren't they amazing?!


Our lovely Gothic bench which was one of Jonathan's first fabric designs from around 20 years ago, is the fabulous setting for Lynne's Cube Quilt, which is just stunning!


And of course there are my patterns which we already looked at in great detail in my two previous posts!

To celebrate our launch I am giving away a copy of each of my patterns on both this blog and IG. And Karen and Lynne are also doing the same thing with their patterns (though not necessarily at the same time as Karen is in Rome!!) so check out their IG accounts and blogs!

Just leave a comment below telling me which quilt you like best out of the six featured above (you don't need to say one of mine, just be honest, I can take it!!).

For an extra entry then share this post on some other form of social media (your own blog, facebook page, twitter etc.) and leave me an extra comment here telling me you've shared it.

If you are on Instagram then head over and enter the giveaway there to double your chances!

Giveaway is open to International entries and closes midnight on Sunday (4th September). Remember if you are a 'no-reply commenter' then you will need to leave your email in your comment.

Good luck everyone! And don't forget to check out all the patterns on our website!

40 comments:

  1. I like the Conkers Quilt pattern! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  2. The sampler quilt is stunning, I am ready to sew. Oh the cube one has the grey that I have learned to love.
    djcutting2 at gmail dot com

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  3. Got to say that I really like the black, gray and red, mainly because of the awesome stars....

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  4. My would like to make The Crockery Cupboard

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  5. I really like them all however I think being a new quilter the Hexagon quilt would be an easy start for me so if I have to pick just one it would be that quilt

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  6. I love the Conkers quilt. I have been thinking about making a pickle dish quilt and this would be perfect.

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  7. I like all of them, so modern. My fave is probably conkers.

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  8. I can't decide between the Giant Hexagon quilt or the Crockery Cupboard, I have always had a thing for hexagons and love pretty crockery too. x

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  9. I have shared your post on Facebook. x

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  10. Eye candy, indeed! Lynne's Cube Quilt is my favorite, but the rest are all close behind!

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  11. All of them are lovely, but I think my fave is Lynne's cube quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  12. I love the Crockery Cupboard quilt!

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  13. I am loving the Crockery Cuboard!

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  14. Cube quilt is stunning and the crockery is very fun!!!!

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  15. Tweeted here :-

    https://twitter.com/hueisei/status/771538003571290112

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  16. The Crockery Cupboard really appeals to me.

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  17. Conkers really captured my attention.

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  18. I love this cute cupboard pattern! :))

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  19. They're all good but the conkers quilt is one I'd love to have a go at. Thanks for the giveaway and good luck with your new venture

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  20. I'd love to have a go at the Conkers Quilt - thanks

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  21. I love the Conkers quilt although I have to admit that I am a little intimidated by the paper piecing!
    thanks for the chance to win
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  22. I love the crockery cupboard!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  23. Oh, I think the conkers quilt is definetely the best out of the six.

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  24. Congratulations on getting your wonderful patterns out there. I love The Crockery Cupboard. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  25. I love the Sampler quilt but think the Hexagon quilt is more my ability. Luckily I love that too. :)

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  26. All wonderful patterns but my fave ir the Conkers Quilt.

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  27. I like both of yours best! If you forced me I'd say The Crockery Cupboard

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  28. I saw your Conkers Quilt on sew slowly's IG feed and tracked it back to this post. I LOVE it!!

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  29. Wow, what a fab selection of patterns. I love your quilts Jo, but Lynne's cubes stand out for me.

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  30. I really love Conkers. The colors you picked sold it even more!

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  31. My favorite is the dishes / China quilt pattern. Reminds me of getting my best china out for family meals.

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  32. I love your Conkers quilt. The choice of fabric, the way they blend through such clever placement & pattern design - genius! (Jane Olley)

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  33. I love the crockery cupboard quilt, such a great way to showcase pretty prints!

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  34. I love the crockery cupboard quilt, such a great way to showcase pretty prints!

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  35. The Crockery Cupboard has me all swoony!

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  36. Crockery cupboard is very cute!

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