Saturday, May 23, 2015

Denim Update

******Important Update: As of December 31, 2015 this pattern will be available only in my Etsy Shop - LucysQuilts******


On Saturday, December 12, 2009, I wrote a post on this blog about the denim quilts I have made. I have been amazed at the number of quilters who wanted the pattern. As Facebook gained popularity with some of us 'older folks' and Pinterest took off that number just kept going up. At first it was a few people a month who either emailed me or left a comment with their email address, then a few a week. Then I was asked by Marina and Daryl at Quilt Inspiration if they could do a post and they did. Then things really picked up! There would be days when I got 10 or more and I knew that someone new had pinned a picture on Pinterest. About a week ago someone posted a photo on the Quilt Along with Pat Sloan Facebook Group page and requests shot up once again. I was looking for the picture thread there today though and it seems to have been deleted. Not sure what that is about.

Anyway, since 2009 I have gotten over 1100 comments on the blog post and probably at least another 1000 emails with requests for the pattern. Which means I have sent the pattern to more than 2000 quilters in the us and around the world! Crazy, to think about! 

Unfortunately, some comments did not include an email address so I was unable to fulfill the requests. I also moderate comments as I was getting a lot of spam. Because of this there is a delay before a comment is posted so some people commented more than once thinking it didn't work. I usually only publish one comment per person in those cases. Also, if you don't want your inbox filled with comments from other folks make sure you check your settings.

I have changed the pattern slightly over the years and my latest version has a new size added to it (60" X 80"). I have tried to add more information to the pattern to answer some of the questions I have received from folks over the years. The most commonly asked questions is whether you should add seam allowance to the measurements I have given and the answer is a resounding NO! It is included in the 2", 4", 6", etc. Also, the strips ARE cut 1" wide.

I have never charged for the pattern, but I have given folks information about making donations to a couple of charities. First it was Relay for Life to help fight cancer, but more recently I have asked for donations to Lutheran World Relief. Lutheran World Relief is an organization that helps people all around the world by providing quilts, soap, personal care kits, school kits, layettes and sewing kits to people with nothing. They also have a program working to fight malaria and a program to provide people and villages with livestock, wells, schools, etc. I am very proud of the work they do all over the world. They are currently on the ground in Nepal following the devastating earthquakes there. 

In March, when my husband and I took our two oldest grandchildren to the east coast we were able to visit one of the LWR warehouses in Maryland and the kids were able to watch as they squished quilts and wrapped them in bales to prepare them for shipping.
The quilt folding area and pallets
with bales of quilts.
Almost done making a bale.
Folding the quilts to be baled.
Weighing a bale.


Here is a link if you are interested in learning more or would like to donate click here: Donate to LWR To donate in my honor you will need my mailing address: Alicia Wells, PO Box 596, Olalla WA 98359.

In the email that I send out with the pattern I also have asked quilters to send me pictures of quilts they have made using the pattern and here are..
A two-piece cover for the couch
in Marilyn's motor home.

Rhoda in South Dakota made this
one along with the next two.
Made from Crown Royal bags

From Karin in the UK. She said that she enjoyed cutting the pieces and figuring out the layout but the quilting was a bit daunting so she put it in the cupboard for a while to percolate and then finished it in one day!
The quilting is fun on this one by Virginia
Birgit's version
She added rows to make it larger.
This one is from Judith.
This one is from Michelle
who added an extra row
to make it long enough
for her son.
From Cindy
Memory Quilt made by Glenda
Becky made this for a raffle.
She wasn't happy with the way it
turned out but I think it is great!
This is one started at the class
I did for my quilt guild.
This one has wider sashing.
Becky did it as a Quilt As You Go.
Here is a shot of the back
Susan used decorative stitching
for the quilting on the strips
on this test sample.
Phyllis used a maroonish red for the strips

Linda made this for
her granddaughter, Amanda.
Phil did this larger adaptation,
saying, "the quilt was surprisingly
easier than I expected it to be."
This one is a work in progress
from a first time quilter.
Jackie made this for her grandson.
 I think he likes it.
Sandra added extra rows
and used red for sashing.
From Jennifer
Can you see the darker 'bat' shape in there? 
This is Susan from Australia
showing the quilt she made
for her son using his jeans.
Mary made this king size top

using some added bits of lace and 
some buttons along with blocks 
from various embroidered 
denim shirts, jackets and jumpers.
Melissa made this one
and embroidered a squirrel,
her god-daughter's name
and her college name.
Ann made this one using
platinum strips and added
some pillow shams for her son.


This is Theresa's WIP for her
daughter with an Americana theme.

These pictures really show the versatility of this pattern! I am currently working (when I get a chance) on using up all the denim I have. I am guessing I have enough to make 10-20 or more quilts using the new 60" X 80" pattern.

So, if after reading this update you want the updated pattern, either comment and give me your email address or click on View My Profile on the right and then click on Email Me on the left.


312 comments:

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Jody said...

Wow. What a response!

By the way, those are some pretty stinkin' cute kids ;)

Tired Teacher said...

Thank you for sharing the photos of all the quilts made with your pattern and the LWR baling station. I've helped make many quilts at my church for LWR.

would LOVE to have he updated pattern. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I would love this pattern!
thanks so much for taking the time to send it to all of us quilters!
Linda
dnlsauve@hotmail.com

Mary Lee said...

minishaha@yahoo.com

Please send me the updated denim pattern.
All the quilts shown are just wonderful!

Thanks so much for sharing.

Mary Lee in TX

Mary Schule said...

Yes, I want the updated pattern, please. My e-mail is:

preciousmomgal@hotmail.com

Thank you so much. Also, I clicked on View My Profile as you suggested and clicked on EMAIL TO EMAIL YOU and the link to the e-mail did not work???? Just wanted you to know that. Thanks.

Martha McKie said...

Lucy, thank you for sharing your pattern. I would appreciate you sending me a copy.

Martha McKie

rott4mobb@aol.com

Theresa Bach said...

Thank you for sharing this pattern!! And the photos give me so much inspiration!! Please send me the updated pattern! My email is theresa_bach@yahoo.com.

Unknown said...

Love your denim quilt pattern, thanks for sharing it. Would love to have your updated pattern. Thank you Sarma

Anonymous said...

Please send updated pattern to weston261404@frontier.com. Been making quilts for charity

Anonymous said...

I would love the pattern! Thanks for sharing!

Seatonme@gmail.com

Erika Haubrich said...

These are beautiful. I would like to have this pattern.

erika.haubrich@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

My husband loves this pattern and has asked me to make this for him. Please send pattern to baumgartner0707@yahoo.com. Thank you in advance. I am not going to use denim but regular cotton fabric. I will send a picture when ibhave it completed.
Angie Baumgartner

Anonymous said...

Please send the denim quilt pattern to
ngraff@dcccd.edu
Thank You,
Nancy Graff
Hickory Creek, TX

Mary-Kay Colman said...

How exciting to have so many quilters interested in your work. I still haven't made your first pattern but I would like a copy of your second design. I really like the variety in all the photos you posted.

Cindy said...

I love this pattern and would love a copy. My friend and I can't wait to get started. Please email me a copy at hgpcindy@hotmail.com. Thank you for sharing.

Jean Knudson said...

Love your pattern! Please send a copy to jeanmarieknudson@gmail.com Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Just by a Hare upcycled creations said...

Love this! Could I have a copy of the pattern. I already have jeans and other clothing people have given me!! Thanks for your time! Justbyahare@gmail.com

Ankimo said...

Hi,
I clicked the link to email you to you to kindly ask for this pattern. I am so inspired by all the lovely quilts everyone made from it! I can't wait to make one for my son! I have a ton of denim to recycle!
gstone1957 at gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Beautiful quilts would love to try this.
Thiaumet@att.net
Thanks.

Michelle said...

Love it! Purplemitch11@yahoo.com

Sandra Akins said...

Hey there, These are fantastic. Will you please send me the updated version? Thank you so much, I have been saving jeans for ages and was going to make a rug with them, but I think I would like to do this instead. akinssandra@gmail.com

Gayle said...

If you are stilling emailing out the quilt pattern, please send it to me: gayleofva@hotmail.com

Lea said...

Love the pattern and different quilts shown. I would like the pattern. My son has been requesting a jean quilt and I believe this quilt would be great for him.

leascrapping@gmail.com

Thank you,
Lea

Anonymous said...

I have been searching for a denim quilt pattern for my nephew and his wife. I love this on and all the different variations. They are all gorgeous! Thank you in advance.

Kathy

kamkad@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

Could I please have the denim pattern. It is lovely.
ruthclaudiadoerr@gmail.com

Thank you from Germany
Ruth-Claudia

Mary O'Donnell said...

I would love a copy of this pattern. I've been saving my husband's old jeans for years thinking I would do a quilt some day. It's time! odonnell.family@hotmail.com

Kirsten said...

Your quilt pattern is really quite lovely and versatile! I love that you've shared pictures of others work as it really shows how you can get such a variety of looks from the same pattern. I also wanted to thank you for being so generous with your pattern with all the other quilters over the years. I'm sure all those quilts were received with great appreciation!

I would be very grateful if you would send me the updated pattern. I absolutely love it!!
Thank you so much!

kirsten.kreates@gmail.com

margaret tardif said...

This is the perfect pattern to make a memory quilt for my grandson; from my son's jeans (he was killed by a drunk driver); a quilt made with dad's jeans would be a comfort item for him. I would appreciate a copy of the pattern. Thanks for sharing this wonderful pattern

Margaret

tardifh4@aol.com

Ankimo said...

I received the pattern, and thank you so much! It is well written, well illustrated, very concise and very easy to understand. I have started cutting out the denim pieces, and I can't wait to start assembling them into this lovely quilt! I am also considering ideas for a plain cotton version, perhaps solid primary colors (similar to a Mondrian painting), or even pastels.
Again, thank you for the pattern, you have done a great job with it, and it is very sweet of you to share it with so many!
Gina.

amy @ Life in Pink Hi-Tops said...

The sashing between the blocks to reduce seam bulkiness is genius! I have been saving denim to make a quilt since I got married 21 years ago. But I hadn't found the "right" pattern. Now I have. I would love to have a copy of the pattern. Thanks so much!

ChrisM said...

I would so love a copy of your great pattern. Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

Christinemarco1@gmail.com

Jo in AK said...

I saw this quilt a friend had made and started saving jeans. now the pile is large and I'm ready to start. Thank you for being so willing to share this pattern . We are having a Relay for Life fund raiser here in our town right now so would like to go and donate to that . Thank you again for sharing this pattern cropleys@aol.com Jo Cropley Sitka Ak cant wait to get the pattern to start .

Quotidian Life said...

I enjoy working with recycled fabrics, including denim, and would love to receive a copy of your pattern. Thank you so much for making it available! My email: desertmom88 @ gmail. com (leave out spaces).

Mary Clarke said...

Would you believe I've just gotten the squares cut for the first version of this quilt? I'd really appreciate the updated (enlarged) pattern. I can't stop looking at old jeans in thrift stores. I find it hard to find 100% cotton, but I'll keep looking. Thanks. marclarke@aol.com

Unknown said...

I would love to have the pattern - thank you!
Kim Bierbaum
kbierbaum@earthlink.net

Denise said...

Thank you for your generosity in making your pattern available. We would both love to have one.

Denise - shahe05@gmail.com

Melvina - melvinaaustin@gmail.com

Thank you!

debbie said...

These quilts all turn out so lovely!! Thank you for sharing your pattern. Please send me a copy of the pattern - i've got a pile of jeans waiting! thanks again!

dlacy@bellsouth.net

Maria said...

I would love a copy of your pattern please.

maria@mymymaria.com

BGal7 said...

This is amazing! I love the versatility of the pattern. If you could send me a copy of the pattern to jess.webeck@gmail.com, I would be grateful.

Thankyou!!
Jessie

Ruthi Rayford said...

All of the pictures you included in this post are so different and shows how versatile this pattern can be. Thank you for the opportunity to have the updated pattern.

Ruthi

iteach043@hotmail.com

Carolyn Steger said...

I love this idea. Now to make time to work on one. I would love the pattern and thank you so much. Csiss2002@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Love this pattern! I would love it if you could send it to me! euden612@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

You are very generous in sharing your great denim stain block quilt pattern. I would like the pattern - your email link in your profile doesn't work. Thank you caseya229@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to have this pattern. I have been saving old jeans for awhile and not quite knowing what I was going to do with them.
w.briesch@outlook.com
Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing this pattern.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful pattern!! I would love to have the updated pattern. Could you please send me a copy? sewinsueinaz@cox.net Thank you!

Not Lucy said...

I am not sure why some people have problems with the email link. It works for most people. It might have something to do with how you are signed in also. Alicia

Kelly Oravec said...

Wow great job. Would love the pattern. Kso138@yahoo.com thanks so much.

Sorcha girl said...

It is a serendipity moment!! The quilt pattern you developed looks very similar to a tile floor pattern at the Phoenix Terminal 4. I took a picture of that floor as inspiration for a quilt. Now, I can use your pattern. Great! clarachandler@centurylink.net. Thank you so much.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful quilt. Please send pattern. sbsplinter@iw.net

Linda Yeager said...

Great pictures of very talented womens' work! I too would like the updated pattern (with your hints) for your quilt: lyeager3@hotmail.com Thank you :)

Anonymous said...

Love the denim. May I have the pattern? Thank you. dlr@bellaliant.net

Anonymous said...

Hi there!
My friend Alicia got me interested in seeing and quilting. Always have been a crafty person. :)
Love the idea of up-cycling and repourposing old jeans.
Please send me both versions (if you can).
mel_bell813@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I just came across your awesome pattern!! I have been saving jeans for a while, but like you, I found that you can't get a lot of big squares out of a pair of jeans. With your pattern there is almost NO waste!!!
I would really appreciate it, if you could send me the new pattern.
Thank you so much
Thea
e-mail: thehel@hotmail.com

Melodie Couvillon said...

Please send me a copy of the pattern. Thank you
mcouvillon@hotmail.com

Jessica said...

Very fun design and I love seeing what others have made! I'd love a copy of the pattern when you have a moment to send it. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

thank you for sharing your creativity, I'd appreciate the pattern!
charzp@yahoo.com

Becky Collis said...

I have seen many denim quilts, don't like them one bit! Found this one and it's gorgeous! I would be glad to donate to LWR in your name! Rebecca_collis@yahoo.com

Shirley in Canada said...

with scads and scads of scraps, I think you pattern would be an absolute great one to use some of them up.
I would love to receive your pattern. Thank you for your gift.
chouxqltr@yahoo.com

Renata S said...

That is a pretty quilt. I would love the pattern.

Rita's Ramblings said...

Please send pattern to me at ritalane2@gmail.com

Love your creativity and your up cycling methods! Thanks. Rita Lane

Anonymous said...

Your quilt and the other ones you shared are beautiful! It's fun to see the many different ways the pattern looks by just changing the fabric color. It is very generous of you to share the pattern and updates with others. I would love to have the pattern. I've always wanted to make a denim quilt but was afraid of the bulky seams. This pattern sounds like it solves that problem. My email address is ljgasner@hotmail.com. Thanks again for your generosity.

Robin Huss said...

Love the jean quilts. Please, send me both versions of your pattern please. send to: caringdreamer3@gmail.com

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely,

Robin Huss

Carolyn Buzzard said...

OMG! I absolutely love this quilt and would love to have the pattern and updated version please. My grandsons would be happy campers. Thank you.
Carolyn Buzzard
cltaybuzz@gmail.com

sbirich said...

Lucy
Fabulous! My hands are so sore from cutting apart jeans to get started on this quilt. Now I must ask, no, beg for the pattern. The stained glass is stunning sewn in denim. Please email to my daughter Jbirich@windstream.net
Thanks a million times in advance,
Suzanne Birich

Anonymous said...

I would love a copy of the denim quilt pattern. Thanks for sharing.
Email: cadairco@yahoo.com
Thanks in advance,

Anonymous said...

Love,love,love it! I've been saving denim pants for some time now for this very purpose. Please -I would like the updated pattern (with your hints) for your quilt.

Many thanks!

jmp29@yahoo.com

Cynthia Brown said...

Love this quilt pattern, so geometric. Would you send it to me at cynthia@ncbrowns.com. Many thanks.

Anonymous said...

Please tell me what size your original was and a link to it. Mspmunday at msn dot com. And are you mixing quilting cotton between the denims? Thank you.

kristen prevedel said...

Please send me both versions. Being new at quilting this looks like something I would like to try. My email is cocooned_butterfly@yahoo.com
Thanks

Karyn Ashley-Smith said...

I would love a copy of the pattern! Karyntsh@gmail.com (feel free to delete the email before approving

Anonymous said...

I found your blog on a link from Pat Sloans Fscdbook group. Would love to try s red, white and blue one. Please send pattern to imanderson@tampabay.rr.com thank you!

Stacy said...

I would love this pattern please! creativequilter31@gmail.com

Pearl Stincelli said...

Your pattern is great. Please send me the updated pattern. Patchworkpurl@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

This pattern is wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Please send a copy of the pattern to jar5p@virginia.edu . Thanks so much, and I'm really enjoying your blog!

Ruth and Larry said...

Lovely! I've been saving jeans and wasn't sure what to do with them. Now I know. Please send the pattern/directions to: ruth.kurlandsky@gmail.com.
Thanks very much.

Anonymous said...

Nice work with denim ~ I would love a copy of the pattern, thank you!
lvdonnalee@gmail.com .

Linda Joslin said...

HI, I absolutely love your quilt! what a way to recycle old worn out jeans. I would love to have the pattern.
Thank you
Linda
ladyj11347@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Got to use up all these old jeans, please can I get pattern! bluejean8169@yahoo.com. Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I would love to join your ranks of inspired quilters! I have a goodly supply of recycled denim though I may soon regret to all the stuff I gave away before I moved. Like you, I have already been thinking about thrift stores, especially for the odd colors of denim. But I might try this with some of my various collections of fabric - lots of cat stuff, and space, and western.. and more! Ooh! My email is azearthdog@yahoo.com.

Thanks for the inspiration! Love seeing your quilts and those that others have made!

Anonymous said...

I would love to have your denim pattern. I love the look of stained glass and the fact that it is so versatile in pattern and size. Thank you for your generosity. Sloans1217@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I would so love a copy of your great pattern. Thanks for sharing and inspiring! Please send to suzieque001@msn.com Thank you Suzanne

mazie jane said...

This is a great "recycle" project. Thank you for so generously sharing the pattern.
I would enjoy having a copy sent to quilter@frogbutt.net. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Can you please send me this pattern? I love this design!! Thanks in advance!!!
Megan-Daley@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Love this! Please send copy of pattern to demcnary@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would love a copy of this pattern. It is perfect! witchy.whitelove@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love these quilts! Please send me a copy of the pattern. Thank you!!
bassetsammy@msn.com

Anonymous said...

Beautiful work. Please send me the pattern. LSalex(at)seeusgrow dot net

Thanks

Anonymous said...

I have always loved this pattern and I have a whole box full of jeans just waiting to be used. Please be so kind to send me a copy of this pattern. Thank you!

beccableu@gmail.com

Thank you!!

Anonymous said...

Lovely examples of this excellent pattern. I'd love a copy please. Twister@fsmail.net. Thank you in advance xx. South Wales, UK xx

Melissa Fowler said...

I would love a copy of your beautiful quilt pattern. melissafowler@charter.net

Anonymous said...

Awesome quilts would love the pattern Thanks
mkolaz@yahoo.com

Lydia Baker said...

I absolutely love this denim quilt pattern and would love to have it!! Thank you very much!! lydiabaker60@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Love this pattern and I would love to have a copy. My mail is ntldv97@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Please send pattern. Thank you.
familygrammer@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Love. Love. Love. Please send me a copy of the pattern. Email: mkaib at chartermi dot net. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

These are gorgeous! I would greatly appreciate a copy of this pattern. Thanks so much! My email is dewiles4@yahoo.com. I'm already gathering up denim!





Rebecca said...

Wow! What an amazing story. Thank you for sharing the pattern, pictures and stories. I would love to have the pattern. My email is rebeccapie@gmail.com. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I would love to have this pattern. I have so much denim from our growing family. Can't wait to put it to good use. You're an inspiration.
lhagge@hotmail.com

jdewey said...

I would love a copy of the pattern. jo.dewey@gmail.com
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Please send pattern to wuelzell@gmail.com

Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

This is so neat. Would love to have the pattern.
barbgoetzka@centurytel.net

Junebug613 said...

Alicia, Thank you for generously sharing your pattern. I would like one please. junebug613@gmail.com Thank you!

Julia said...

This looks beautiful. I would really like to try it. Could you please send the pattern to julia.cecelia@gmail.com

Thank you,

Camille Kavon said...

Love this pattern - I've been saving denim for my college bound daughter and think this is the perfect pattern for her. Thanks in advance - please send the updated pattern to:
ckavon@mac.com

Annie Dyck said...

Beautiful! Would love to have the pattern. Jakeannie.ad.gmail.com

Susan Paulson said...

Love this version. Please send me the pattern. I make quilts to donate. This will be a great durable beautiful quilt pattern. Thanks for sharing!♡♡♡

butterfly56blue@yahoo.com

Susan Paulson

Anonymous said...

I love the look of these quilts! I use a lot of recycled material for quilts I donate locally and would love to have the pattern. Thank you so much for sharing!
Georgeann
GReed4@twcny.rr.com

Susan Carns said...

I have several bins of denim, just waiting for a project like this. If you would send me the pattern for your quilt, I would appreciate it!

Thank you so much!
Susan
bluezoo2u@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

This quilt is beautiful! Could you please send me the pattern at c8ruthb@gmail.com?

Thanks so much! looking forward to making one :)

June Moody said...

I love all these quilts!! They are beautiful. I would love to have the pattern.
Thank you for sharing!

June
cheynamage@gmail.com

Linda said...

I have requested a pattern to the denim quilt before but it must have got lost in cyber space. I LOVE this quilt and my daughter wants a denim quilt and I'd like to use this pattern. Can you please email it to me please? Thanks, Linda McMillan ladymc53@yahoo.com July 15, 2015 3:35 PM

Tammy said...

Hello!!! Thank you for your generosity and I'm delighted to donate!!!

Tammy
tbsclient@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hello Alicia,
I would love to receive the pattern of the updated version, thank you so much for your generosity!
l.snellink at planet dot nl

Anonymous said...

Love this pattern and quilt-making method. Would appreciate your pattern instructions by email. My address is hilltopacresmi@yahoo.com.

Thank you so much.

Penny

JACKIE LOBATO PATCHWORK TAUBATÉ said...

Olá eu fiquei apaixonada por este projeto de quilt denin e gostaria muito de receber,
desde já agradeço.
Meu e-mail : jakils49@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much! I'd love the updated instructions.

L5L5e3e3 at bellsouth dot net

Anonymous said...

I would love to have the instructions and pattern for this pattern. My address is satakegp@gmail.com

thank you
penny

Anonymous said...

This is versatile. I would love a copy of the pattern. Email is holling004@aol.com. Thanks in advance, Laura

Kathy said...

I'd love to have a copy of your pattern! Thanks for being so generous. kazaa42@yahoo.com.

I will send you a copy of the finished quilt when I'm done!

Kathy

Tricia Baldwin said...

Hi, Alicia! Great job on your quilts. I make a lot of quilts for Quilts of Valor. I am always looking for patterns where I can use up red, white and blue scraps in new and creative ways to make even more quilts. This looks like a great option. I will gladly contribute to LWR in your name. Thanks!

Tricia

Email: baldwintricia2@gmail.com

Trudy Rutledge said...

I would love to receive the pattern and instructions for making these denim quilts. Bless you for the charitable donation idea that pays it forward. I have enough denim to donate some quilts to, after they are made! Thanks in advance. My email address is trudyrutledge48@gmail.com

LaRahna said...

Your quilt pictures have inspired me for over a year! I have finally started and would like to receive the pattern. I have been deconstructing donated jeans for over a month and I am so excited! Thanks in advance. My email is larahna@gmail.com

Kristen said...

I love reading your blog and seeing all of the pictures of beautiful quilts done by those you've inspired! I, too, have been involved with LWR through the quilting group at my former church. (My family recently relocated.) I've been going through my bins of denim (yes, I packed and moved them), and I would love to use your pattern. In the past I've just done basic square with rivets at the corners. The sashing in your pattern sets the denim off so nicely, and I love the idea of not having to sew denim to denim. Thank you so much, and happy sewing!

Email: kristen.skura@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I love your quilt, it is stunning! I would love to make one for myself. My email is mithander@cogeco.ca. Thanks so much for sharing!

Pat

Anonymous said...

I am in love with this pattern! Can you please send me the pattern?
Luckycloverbaby@hotmail.com

Thank you jodie-lynne

Kreativt Rod - lige mig said...

I really love your denim quilt - hope i can make some like this :-)

Catherine Davis said...

I really really love this quilt, I have piles of Jeans that I need to do something with and this is the pattern I want to use. If you could please send me the pattern I would really appreciate it. my email is cathy.davis@cesco.com

Thanks

Patricia Moore said...

Love your quilt... I have been collecting denim and now it is time to use it and would love to use your pattern.. I really like the black between all of the blocks.
Thank you
my email is pcmoore59@gmail.com

MaGagz said...

So cute. I'd love to make one. Pattern, please! magagz@gmail.com

Debbydobee said...

I love this quilt!! I have been saving old jeans hoping to make it someday. Please send patern to deb-earls@ outlook.com
Thank you oh so much.

Anonymous said...

I have a stack of jeans...just waiting to become something :) Looks like I'm in luck!!

Thanks,

Katherine
haggy@marktwain.net

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy, I love your blog about the denim quilts. Each one is interesting and unique. I want to make my son a jeans quilt and would appreciate it if you could send me the pattern. I have been looking for a Frank Lloyd Wrightish pattern as well, and think I might adapt this to that style. Thanks so much. Happy quilting.

Sharon shoremorris@aol.com

Anonymous said...

This is a fantastic pattern!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!
Thanks,
Bev,
bevn1201@shaw.ca

Janet said...

Really like this quilt pattern. Would love your pattern.

Janet
aprilfools88@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I love these quits, and would love to make one for my first?
Thank you so much for your time, I can hardly wait to start.
My email address is:
patbigbie@att.net
Thank you so much
Sincerely
Pat

enduringwell said...

I so loved your pattern and all the variations! I was looking for hours on pinteret trying to find a pattern that would look kind of like an aeral view of farmland. With a few variations I think this pattern would work fantastic! Could I get your pattern?
Thanks!
Leslie
leslie.neville@gmail.com

Robinhill said...

I just love this pattern!
Thank you so much for such a kind and generous gift. <3
denisehill818@gmail.com

Amanda Livingstone said...

I would like a copy of your pattern as well.You're very generous to share your beautiful pattern and the time it takes to email it to all of us. tingey2@yahoo.com

Thank you

Jewels said...

Oh please send me the pattern. I would be so grateful. Jlsowers@msn.com

Patsy said...

This quilt is so great and I would love a copy of the pattern. Please! My email is pbaotch@gmail.com. Thank you.

Misha said...

Can I get the pattern please??

dianapacay@hotmail.com

Thank you!!!!

Anonymous said...

I would love this pattern! I do many jean quilts as wedding gifts and would love to give this pattern a try!
Thanks so much for sharing. the_jarvis_family@msn.com

Aarti Durvasula said...

Hi Lucy!

Aarti here from India. I've been looking for instructions to making a stained glass quilt. That's how I came upon your blog. I think it's super of you to share your pattern. I would like the pattern too, though I'm not in a position to contribute to your charities. I understand if that's a must and you can't share else. My email id is aarti_durvasula@yahoo.com

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy,

Thanks for sharing this pattern. Please send me the pattern! hknicol@gmail.com

Thank you,

K. (Australia)

§ tiff § said...

Thank you so much for offering this pattern....I had it at one time but have lost it....Could I please have it again?
tonysfdd@ymail.com

Anonymous said...

I have 4 boys and loads of old jeans. Thanks
BernieWalsh100@yahoo.ie

Janeen Kedzierski said...

Hi Lucy
I love your pattern I have been saving jeans for years to make something
like this so now that i have seen your pattern i would love to make one.
Please send the pattern to
Janeen11@gmail.com

Thank you !!

Yanick B. said...

I love this design and have a box of denim saved from years ago. The universe finally provided a reason to make something with them.
I would love a copy of this great pattern:
Sewnwithcurves@gmail.com
Thanks for your generosity!

Yahoo customer support said...

Wow ! So pretty i like it..Thanks for sharing..

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Hi there. Several years ago I stumbled across your wonderful pattern, requested it, and subsequently made a throw for the back of our couch and two smaller matching ones for the back of our chairs. Have had many comments on them. I see that you have an updated version of the pattern and I would love to have a copy because I suspect there might be one or two more of these I'll be making in the future. My email addy is marmic1954 AT hotmail DOT com. Thank you SO much!!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

My blog friend Magpie Mumblings posted a link to your blog. I have greatly admired the quilt she made using your pattern. I have been saving jeans since I first saw it. I would love to have the pattern.

crldelater@yahoo at Yahoo dot com.

Thanks!!

Anne-Marie B. said...

I have been saving old jeans for a few years so this pattern would be great! My email is anne.marie.binet at gmail dot com.

Thanks so much!

Leslie Black said...

I am a quilter who is teaching art this year. I would love a pattern to make one for my classroom. If you can, please email it to lezlilu@yahoo.com. Thank you!

AnnJanette McMurtrey said...

Beautiful work. Thank you for your generosity and also info for your charity. Would love a pattern.
Musicmaker0006@gmail.com
Thanks again
AnnJanette

tc hasslen said...

I would love to have the pattern. My denim stash is waiting :) Thank you!
tchasslen@gmail.com

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Hi
I had requested the pattern in an earlier comment but realized that I incorectly typed my email address.
Correct address is:

crldelater@yahoo.com

thanks, Carol

Amy Leigh said...

Hi! I would love to get a pattern for the quilt if possible. Thank you!

Amy
aleein23@gmail.com

Helen said...

I would love to have the quilt pattern. Thank you for sharing with so many quilters.
Helen
hjmckee@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I would love this pattern

klaj@ymail.com

Thanks, Debby

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Anonymous said...

I love this idea as a quilt for my son. Could you please e-mail me the pattern. Thank you.
katietrembath@yahoo.com

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Anonymous said...

I love this design and have two boxes of denim saved from years ago. I would love a copy of this great pattern:
c.muenker.muesen at t-online.de
Thank you for sharing!!

Pat said...

I have been saving jeans for a while now with intentions of making a quilt with them. I have just seen your blog and really like what you have done with quilting with jeans. Please email me the pattern. Thank you so much.
phedrick123@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

so many quilts, so little time! Love, Love this pattern, lots and lots of possibilities for creativity as evidenced by the posted pics! I would greatly appreciate you sending me the pattern at debdalton@sbcglobal.net. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I love your pattern. I've been saving my daughters jeans since they were born in anticipation of making quilts for graduation. Currently they are 15 & 16. Now my friend are giving me their families jeans in so I'll make quilts for their kids graduation. I'd love to get your pattern. My email address is lmehlhaus@msn.com.
Thanks a mucho!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I love to sew with denim, and after a few jeans and jeans jackets, I'd love to try a quilt :) Could you please send me the pattern? flimmerchen@web.de

Anonymous said...

I ❤️ Your denim quilt - could you please send me the pattern. Thanks so much

nevlands@sasktel.net

mgquilts said...

I don't know how I stumbled onto your blog but it must be Divine Providence. I have many old denim jeans and scraps and would love to make some of these for family. I will also use the pattern to make some quilts to donate thru my quilt guild to the maternity dept of our community hospital, for mothers who remain drug free. God bless you...

Anonymous said...

The quilts look really great. I would love to make one. Can you please send me the pattern? miskamuska@azet.sk
Thanks a lot!!!

Anonymous said...

I love this! It would be great if you could send me a copy of the pattern at witchy.whitelove@yahoo.com! Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

I've enjoyed viewing your demIn quilts and the pictures of others using your patterns. Please send mE a copy of each version/sizes to blakedm50@icloud.com thanks

Anonymous said...

Love the quilts! I also have a collection of family jeans and would love to have a copy of the pattern. My email is: cgfries@hotmail.com

Denise Carruth said...

Love your quilt! It's the only one I've shown my husband that he actually likes. Would love the pattern. Please send it to dpalmeri1891@q.com. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I love your Quilts, and all the other pictures shared!
Please send me a copy of the pattern. My email is sdkillian5@aol.com

Many Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi would love a copy of the pattern for this quilt.
Please send it to jemma.19@bigpond.com.
Cheers, Michelle

Anonymous said...

I would love a copy of this pattern
rainyannking@aol.com

Thank you very much,

Lesley Gilbert said...

Hello. I would love a copy of this pattern.
lesley@lesleygilbert.karoo.co.uk
Many thanks for sharing it.

mary boothby said...

thanks so much for sharing...i have been hoarding courdroy for a couple of years and have lots of old jeans to recycle...please send the pattern to rangeleymainer@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would love a copy of this pattern. Thank you for your generosity.

sue_parkin@hotmail.co.uk

Anonymous said...

I love your denim quilt pattern. I am hoping to make it by Christmas for a gift for my daughter. I never dreamed someone would make it available. Thanks so much! rrlaker57@gmail.com

Vero Bran said...

I love this quilt. I wanted to make this quilt for a friend, would it be possible to get the pattern. My email is cvcbrandt@cox.net
I love your blog.

Helen Moore said...

I would love a copy of the quilt pattern. Thank you so much!! My e-mail is helensews4fun@gmail.com
Thank you

Helen Moore

Dani Powell said...

The best denim quilt pattern I've seen! I would love to make this.

danirae.powell@gmail.com

laurie diffee said...

Would love to join the party! Would you please send the pattern?

Thank you,
Laurie
Ldiffee@att.net

Kristen Yancey said...

Hi! What a beautiful pattern! I would love to make this! Thanks for your generosity! akyancey@sbcglobal. net

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful pattern! I would love to have a copy.......and a big thank you ahead of time! I'm a new quilter and hope I can accomplish this new quilting project!
Once again thanks!

fvig@sbcglobal.net

I would prefer the original pattern first, and then your newest later on. :)

FabFrenchie said...

Thank you for your generosity in sharing your denim quilt pattern. I would dearly love to have the pattern, and thank you in advance. I will donate to your charity very willingly. Thanks again,
Donna
truman.fabfrenchie@gmail.com

Tira said...

I would like to try this pattern.

Please send it to zah12780@gmail.com

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Love your quilts! Would like the pattern so I can make one for a friend.
Thanks so much!
tracyatschool@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would also love a copy of the pattern, please. tscrog50@gmail.com

Thank you!

Juliet said...

Gorgeous quilts. Could I have the pattern please. Juliet.dymond@gmail.com

E Kielhorn said...

I would love this pattern if possible, er117@hotmail.com

Great inspiration! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting all the beautiful pictures...they're great to get the creative juices flowing. I would love to work on my own creation with your new pattern. Thank you for your generosity. tina.shambaugh@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Please may i have a copy of your denim pattern. I started saving jeans a while back now i can add start to use them
pls email to crazyladymum@gmail.com

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