Prairie Sky

Prairie Sky is a bold and beautiful pattern. It combines traditional piecing with foundation paper piecing and applique. It includes two sizes, Throw (60x64) and Bed (72x96). It also includes instructions for 2 Tone and 5 Tone options. Coloring pages and a detailed cutting guide is included to make the most of your fabric.



Jaded is a block-based, versatile pattern that gives a modern look to half-square triangles. It comes in three size options; 36”x 36”, 54” x 54”, and 72” x 72”. Borders are also optional to increase the size of the quilt top. There are three coloring options; 2 Tone, 5 Tone, and Scrappy (each pictured above). This pattern includes coloring pages and an in-depth cutting guide to maximize your fabric usage.


Bundle of Joy

This crisp and modern foundation paper pieced pattern will quickly become your favorite. Originally designed with babies in mind, imagine laying your new arrival down on this quilt, framing them with these beautifully pieced rays of love. This would be a great backdrop for photos documenting your baby's growth.

Difficulty: Experienced Beginner to Intermediate

Finished Sizes: 48" x 48" and 88" x 88"

2 Tone, 5 Tone, and 9 Tone Options



Grasslands is a pattern like no other. It's striking, unique and well written. It includes instructions for a Throw (72" x 72") and Bed (86" x 108") size. Coloring pages and detailed cutting instructions are included. Please see the second image for fabric requirements. This pattern is considered an intermediate level.

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Legendary is a striking, modern, block-based quilt. The four blocks are built log-cabin style and come together quickly. Finished quilt measures 75” x 75”. Coloring page and detailed cutting instructions included. This pattern is considered an intermediate level.

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Spring Equinox

Spring Equinox is curvy, modern, retro, and super cool! Three sizes to choose from. Small Throw / Baby finishes at 48" x 55", Large Throw / Twin finishes at 70" x 81", and the Queen finishes at 92" x 106". Coloring page and detailed cutting instructions included. It's considered an Intermediate level project.

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Brilliant is an en pointe, block based pattern that makes the most of your favorite fat quarters. Each fat quarter makes the primary print of one block and the secondary print of another block. The center fabric is the perfect place for a fussy cut. This pattern is considered an intermediate project. Three sizes to choose from: Small Throw, Large Throw / Twin, Queen



Jelly is a modern take on a jellyfish, but subtle enough to not be obviously so. This wall hanging is a very fast make and utilizes numerous piecing skills; curves, half-square triangles, and strip piecing. The easy fabric requirements make this simple and fun to plan for. More importantly, this a not-for-profit pattern. All proceeds are donated to various charities, changing each month. For more information about where proceeds go, follow @taraleequiltery on Instagram. This is considered an experienced-beginner project. 


Half Light

Half Light is an ode to the time in between day and night, the dreamy diurnal twilight where almost anything is possible. 
This pattern was designed with sustainability in mind, with minimal scraps leftover after completion of the quilt top. This pattern was co-written with Paige Anderson of Ponderosa Creative. It includes a wall hanging, baby quilt, and large throw quilt sizes. Considered a beginner level project.



Mother is an unique block-of-the-month pattern made of 12 teardrops. Each teardrop represents a current crisis experienced by our planet and it’s inhabitants. Techniques include: traditional piecing, foundation paper piecing, applique, reverse applique, and embroidery. Pattern was originally written for the Portland Modern Quilt Guild but is open to non guild members as well.
Skill Level: Intermediate
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