Wild Goose Chase – quilt pattern release

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Thankyou all so much for you entries! Mr Random Number Generator has been consulted and the winner was Carolyn White! Congratulations Carolyn, I have emailed you to organise your pattern prize.

 

I am so very happy to share with you another gorgeous quilt pattern release by the lovely Keera Job of Live.Love.Sew. This pattern, called Wild Goose Chase has a completely adorable story behind the name. She explains the story on her blog, so you have to go over to check it out.

 

 

This quilt, pieced in the beautiful Gooseberry fabrics, was a joy to quilt. Keera wanted something graphic and simple, the digital quilting pattern called “Looking Glass” was the perfect foil to the patchwork.

 

Wild Goose Chase - Keera Job

 

Measuring a comfortable sized 69″ square and needing only fat 1/8’s of fabric, you will love making this quilt up.

 

Wild Goose Chase - Keera Job

 

I love the graphic curves and lines of this quilting design.

 

Wild Goose Chase - Keera Job

 

The navy backing fabric was a bold contrast to the white So Fine 401 thread that disappeared into the patchwork so beautifully, but it is perfect for showing up the interlocking pattern of circles and ovals.

 

Wild Goose Chase - Keera Job

 

You can pick up Wild Goose Chase now as a pdf in Keera’s shop, or check your favourite local quilt shop for the printed version shortly.

 

Wild Goose Chase Giveaway - Cassandra Madge

 

For your chance to win a pdf copy of this beautiful pattern, leave me a comment telling me what fabric you would use to make your own quilt! For another chance, sign up for my newsletter and leave a second comment telling me you have done so.

 

I will draw a winner next Tuesday night, my time, so make sure you leave me an email address so I can contact you if you are the lucky prize winner! You will win a pdf copy of Wild Goose Chase, or any other pdf pattern by Live.Love.Sew that you wish, thanks to the very generous Keera Job.

 

Of course if you can’t wait that long, you can pick up the pattern right NOW over at Live.Love.Sew!

 

 

 Happy Crafting - Cassie.

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85 Responses

  1. Gunilla

    Beautiful quilt! I think I would use my new FQ bundle of Tllda fabrics for this!

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  3. I have some Kaffe Fassett prints that I think would be perfect. kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

  4. I would use Figures from Zen Chic. I’ve got a F8B waiting for the right project!

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  6. Suesewstoo

    I picked up a fat eight pack of fig tree California Girl at a recent destash locally. Stepping away from my usual modern brights, for a nice soft feminine look! Oh and of course I already subscribe to the newsletter!

  7. Rebecca K

    I think I would use my Bonnie & Camille Miss Kate – but I bet it would be great scrappy from my stash too!

  8. Rebecca K

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  9. This is gorgeous! I have a bunch of curated pinks, Aqua, Sarah Jane Studios and greens for my girls which would be perfect for this beautiful pattern!

  10. Denise Briese

    Love this pattern! I have some great scraps, I would use

  11. I would use some of my Carolyn Friedlander prints for this quilt, the pattern is fantastic & would be great with so many fabrics.

  12. Leanne

    oooh I’d use my fat eighth bundle of hello darling – it would look fabulous in this pattern !! thanks 🙂

  13. Leanne

    thanks for the second entry – I’ve signed up for your newsletter ! love the quilting on this quilt – so awesome !

  14. Dianne Whittle

    I have a stash of Gooseberry I would love to use.

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  17. Kirsten

    Beautiful quilt – I would like to use Canyon by Kate Spain to make this !

  18. Kirsten

    And I signed up for your newsletter also – thanks for the chance to win!

  19. If love to make this in little miss sunshine or Summerfest! Thanks for the chance.

  20. June Costello

    I would use Little Ruby when it comes out in May

  21. I think it would be darling in Country Manor by Darlene Zimmerman (Navy or Violet!)

  22. I would use some Bonnie and Camille–maybe Little Ruby. Lovely design!

  23. Shelley

    What a fun pattern and I love the fabric you used! Gooseberry is perfect! I could see this in a mix of Bonnie and Camille fabrics or Little Miss Sunshine! Bright and cheerful!!

  24. Elaine Satterfield

    Love it! I think it could be amazing made up in Volume 2 by Sweetwater!

  25. Shelley

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  26. Elaine Satterfield

    Signed up for your newsletter!

  27. Considering my recent fabric purchase amount, I’d have to use my stash!

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  29. I like the pattern. I have a lot of scraps so it would be scraps mabe 30’s or green batiks.

  30. I like the pattern. I have a lot of scraps so it would be scraps maybe 30’s or green batiks.

  31. Alison

    Love this pattern! I am thinking using either my Liberty or Denyse Schmidt stashes!

  32. Allison CB

    Lovely looking pattern! I have a collection of blues and yellow fabrics that would be perfect for this! Thanks for the chance!

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  34. I would use some Cotton and Steel.

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  36. I would use some Kate Spain reds and greens to make this quilt. It’s lovely and so happy. Thanks for the drawing.

  37. I signed up for the newsletter, too. Thanks.

  38. Carly Bell

    I think I’d need a trip to my excellent local quilt shop in Ft. Lauderdale to decide for sure what fabric I’d use, but I love the Fleet and Flourishes line. (I signed up for the newsletter.)

  39. carolyn white

    I signed up for your newsletter. I would use many scraps of Batiks that I have to make this quilt, it’s lovely.

  40. louise

    I’d like to keep it Australian. ‘The Linen Cupboard’ by Emma Jean. 🙂

    Beautiful work – piecing and quilting.

  41. I love this pattern! I believe I would use a fat eighth bundle of tucker prairie.

  42. Love this pattern! I have some Hello Darling fabric that would be beautiful for this pattern! Thx for the chance!

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  44. Meghan Mack

    I would love to make this in Little Miss Sunshine. I love this quilt and that line SO much!

  45. Loved this quilt pattern when I first saw the test sewing on Instagram. I would use my very precious fat 1/8th bundle of the original Strawberry Fields. Beautiful fabric for a beautiful pattern.

  46. I signed up!!! Thanks for the chance!

  47. I have been stocking Instagram watching for this pattern to release!! So excited! Thanks for a chance to win. I would love to make this out of cotton and steel!

  48. I’ve signed up for your newsletter! Thank you!

  49. I have a fat quarter collection of red, white, blue and gray. For the moment the name of the collection has slipped my mind (getting old is not for the weak, LOL). This pattern would look GORGEOUS in those colors! Thank you for the chance to win!

  50. Laura Koop

    I have a FQ of Backyard Roses on the way and think it would be perfect for this pattern!

  51. Laura Koop

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  52. Summer

    I have a bunch of Denyse Schmidt fabric looking for a pattern…

  53. Summer

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  54. Nancy Hilderbrand

    I am in for the newsletter.m I think batiks and white would be lovely

  55. Kimberly

    I just came across this pattern a few days ago and just LOVE it! I would actually use the Gooseberry fabric❤❤❤

  56. Raquel

    Such a gorgeous pattern! I think I would use Kate Spain’s Paradiso or some C&S.

  57. Raquel

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  58. Kathy E.

    I have been a Joel Dewberry fabric lover and collector for a while, so I would use some of these fabrics from my stash for this quilt. I love the white sashing, so that would be part of my quilt too!

  59. Kathy E.

    I am a new newsletter subscriber and look forward to getting the emails!

  60. I’m not sure. maybe something from Fig Tree.

  61. Jo Coughran

    Gooseberry fabric definitely! I love the little geese print, matches perfectly to the pattern name.

  62. Carlie L

    I’d be making this in cotton& steel!! 👏👏

  63. I have some Moda Meadowbloom that would be perfect for this pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!

  64. Cathy ewbank

    Just signed up for your newsletter xx

  65. Cathy ewbank

    so many fabrics would look great in this pattern, but I’ve long wanted to make a gooseberry quilt which is perfect 😊 Or lecian flower sugar …

  66. Lisa Chambers

    Hi lovely I have a fat 1/8 of vintage picnic that will be perfect for this quilt.

  67. Rebecca

    Love this pattern. I would use vintage picnic!!

  68. Rebecca

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  69. Erin Montequin

    Red, white and black Weeds!

  70. Erin Montequin

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  71. I would use my stack of Hello Darling fat quarters to make this lovely quilt. Thanks for the chance!

  72. Melissa Q

    I would love to make this in Little Ruby!

  73. Melissa Q

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  74. Janine

    Gorgeous pattern! I would use my Paperie fabric, it would go well with this pattern 🙂

  75. Carolyn

    Cotton and steel for a mordern take. Simply gorgeous pattern by Keera ❤️

  76. Carolyn

    Oops spelling mistake. That should be modern 😁

  77. It’s such a lovely pattern. I’d love to try it in Amy Sinibaldi’s Paperie!

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  79. Anita Sharp

    I would use Aria by Kate Spain!!!

  80. Anita Sharp

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  81. Jenny Kilpatrick

    I signed up to newsletter. I think I would use Kona solids.

  82. You are a clever thing. I would use my milk sugar flower bundle 😀 it would be so cute.

  83. carolyn white

    Any Tula Pink fabric would be wonderful with this pattern.

  84. I would use my scraps to make this!