Mae Quilt pattern can be found in the Wren Collective pattern shop
The Mae Quilt tester versions are all so, so good. Because of this, it's clear to me that this quilt pattern would not be what it is without all of these wonderful women! Here are some photos of the Mae quilt tester versions:
The Makings Of Joy
Joy from The Makings of Joy is the queen of all things scrappy, which is one of the many things I adore about her. I especially love that she includes the fabric selvage into her quilts. Such a fun, unexpected surprise!
The Makings of Joy can be found on Instagram HERE and on her blog HERE.
Donna of XOXSEW has been a tester with me from the very beginning! She tested the Ivy League Pattern and has always been such a great cheerleader. She is also a VERY talented pattern designer herself!
Make sure you check out XOXSEW HERE as well as HERE on Instagram.
So, back when I first started following Penelope Handmade (her Instagram feed is filled with the prettiest vintage-inspired quilts!), I thought her name was Penelope. I called her Penelope in my mind for an embarrassingly long time. Her name is actually Jennifer, though! And she's amazing.
Jennifer (not Penelope) made this AMAZING scrappy Mae quilt. I adore the pops of blue mixed in with the warmer orange tones.
Check out Penelope Handmade on her website HERE and on Instagram HERE.
Lacey Poirier made the coolest Mae Quilt with the creamiest peach tones, which reminds me of orange sorbet. The pops of green are really fantastic, too!
She can be found on Instagram HERE.
I hope seeing all of these amazing Mae Quilt Tester Versions have sparked some creativity for you; I know they sure did for me.
The Mae Quilt, along with its sister pattern, Marcella, can both be found in the Wren Collective Pattern Shop.
To see more photos of the Marcella Quilt, CLICK HERE.
Until next time,
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