Museum Floor for Plum Pudding Blog Tour

Updated: Jun 13

When Sherry showed me her new line, I saw the bear print and fell in love with it. I knew it would be the perfect focal fabric for this quilt pattern. Almost everything I am picking out and working on right now is black and white. This line has that contrast of a black and white quilt with just enough color to make the quilt interesting.



Back when I was working on my masters I was at the University of Kansas Museum of Natural History and I was sitting outside eating my lunch and looking at all of the fossils in the limestone used in the floors and the walls. It is one of those images I will always remember. I love a good fossil floor. I also love a good roman mosaic. This design started as a black and white design to use all of these wonderful fossil skeleton fabrics, shell fabrics and dinosaur prints.

You can purchase the pattern here

​Plum Pudding is in stores NOW! You can pick up yardage or a precut like a 10" stacker or 2.5" strip pack. To find your closest quilt shop that carries Island Batik, check out the Store Locator here.


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Mancuso Spring Quilt Festival April 28-May 1, 2021


Covid lock downs and all of the cancellations of events over the past year has made it hard to finish to anything of my own. I threw my noodle against the wall with this quilt. I entered it into the Spring Quilt Festival. I didn't win anything, but my quilt was featured on the splash screen for the show.





Be sure to visit all of these amazingly talented quilters and designers to see their beautiful Plum Pudding projects!


GIVEAWAY TIME!! Be sure to leave a comment below telling me what your favorite print in the line is, for a change to win a copy of the pattern. I will draw for a winner June 26, 2021 at 8am.

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