Calling All Pattern Makers!

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Do you love to quilt? Do you love to share your work with others? Do you create your own patterns?

If so, we want to hear from you!

We’re on the hunt for talented quilters like you who create patterns and are looking to share them with the world. We’re always trying to expand our content offerings and make National Quilters Circle the very best website for quilting instruction and information, and we love teaming up with passionate quilters from our community to deliver exciting new patterns and content to our members.

If you have something you’d like to share with us, upload your pattern or photo to Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest and make sure to use the hashtag #myNQCpattern. Or, you can email us at editor@nationalquilterscircle.com and make sure to include the word “PATTERN” in the subject line.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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9 Responses to “Calling All Pattern Makers!”

  1. chance
    chance

    Will the designers be compensated and if not, do you plan to offer the contributed patterns for free to your followers or are you going to sell them?.

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        • Customer Service
          Customer Service

          Hi Jackie,

          Thank you for contacting us.

          I am not sure which pattern you are referring to. If this is a pattern you have seen on our website and if you have further details about the pattern, please contact our support team by phone, email or chat.

          Sincerely,

          Sarah
          National Quilters Circle Video Membership

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  2. Janine
    Janine

    I would like to get a copyright for my patterns. Wondering if someone could share how to do this. I know that my patterns are my own creations (one of a kind) and don’t want to share without my permission.

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  3. Carol
    Carol

    How to quilt a redwork quilt they are individual square with smashing around square I really need help. Thank you

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  4. Cecilia Baker
    Cecilia Baker

    I have made a quilt without a pattern but I used a couple of old patterns I saw in a book and made my own layout and borders. The ‘Farmer’s Daughter’ block was the first pattern but I made it entirely of triangles and squares instead of cutting out any shapes that are not those two. This way I could use my inch marks on my cutting mats and rulers instead of a plastic pattern shape that most people used to use. The quilt took me a while to make because I didn’t start out to make it of more than one block. The borders were created because I had a fabric collection and I had so many fat quarters left that were from the fabric collection I wanted to use them up. I made a pieced border out of the rest of the fabric. I ended up alternating ‘farmer’s daughter’ and ‘stepping stones’ blocks and setting them on point. Then I used a white narrow border and my pieced border and then another wider border out of a fabric in the collection. The binding was a contrasting fabric from the same collection. I can send a photo if you would like to see it.

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