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lets make a quit
The two newest quilt patterns in our collection are Diamond Heights and Divisadero, both by Sarah Jean Makes. Inspired by the architecture and landscapes of the neighborhoods of San Francisco, Sarah Jean’s quilt patterns feature modern geometric compositions in sizes from crib to bed. Stop by the shop to see samples of Sarah Jean’s striking quilts in person! 
When selecting colors for your quilt, you may prefer to choose your own or base it on the palette as it’s been designed—it’s entirely up to you! Build your perfect palette from our selection of solid quilting cottons—we stock over 100 colors of Cotton Couture, a lightweight fabric with a fine, even weave and a pretty sheen. It’s the perfect choice for quilts like Diamond Heights, and it’s a wonderful quality for garment sewing, too!
Cotton Couture
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Looking for a few more colors for your quilt? We carry over 200 shades of Kona Cotton! Beloved by quilters, Kona is woven from thicker threads than Cotton Couture, giving it a bit more weight and body. Kona is our go-to quilting cotton for so many projects, like the Divisadero
Kona Cotton Snow, Midnight, Heliotrope, Bordeaux, Crush, Punch
Just because a quilt has been designed using solids doesn’t mean you can’t add a few prints and patterns into the mix! Here we have interpreted the original palette of the Divisadero quilt in a combination of printed quilting cottons and cotton yarn dyes. Whether you decide to add one or more of these fabrics to your quilt, it’s a wonderful way to make it entirely your own!
Yarn Dyed Cotton
one more thing
Even a small quilt is a big project, and that can feel pretty intimidating if you haven’t made one before! If you can’t commit to a whole quilt, why not make a portion of a quilt pattern instead? A pieced panel can easily be transformed into a throw pillow or a cool back patch for your jeans jacket, so you can practice your quilting skills and feel good about completing your first quilting project! Don’t forget to check out our blog posts Quilting 101 and How to Select Fabrics for Quilting for more tips and tools for starting your quilting journey.