Today I’m sharing photos and info about Pixel Pop, one of the new patterns available now.
Pixel Pop, designed by Jessica Levitt, comes in two size options. It is a fantastic way to show off treasured scraps as the pops of color. You can cut those from a charm pack, too! Jessica’s original version was part of the QuiltCon quilt show, so if you attended, perhaps you remember her quilt.
Paula, a tester, made the large size in shades of pink. She loved this design so much that she made another version in purples, too!
The version I made is from Carrie Bloomston’s Collage line of fabric for Windham. I love how the newsprint works with this design and Jessica’s careful placement of the pops of color.
I think Jessica’s design for the pieced backing option is fantastic!
Pixel Pop has shipped to stores and distributors, so if you’re on the hunt for it ask for it at your favorite shop. If you’d like a copy of one of this pattern, you can find a digital copy in my PDF pattern shop or a paper copy at many of the stores listed on the Patterns page under “Where to Buy.” If you’re looking for an online source, Pink Chalk Fabrics carries my whole line of patterns.
How about another giveaway? Leave a comment telling me what color scheme you’d use for this quilt. I’m curious! I’ll select one winner a week from today who will receive a free copy of the pattern.
The winner of the previous Busy City pattern giveaway is Hannah T . I’ve sent an e-mail, Hannah, so be on the lookout!