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By SpringLeaf Studios

  • $10.00
  • 54" x 54"
  • PDF
  • Intermediate

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Facets is a very versatile pattern loaded with extras!  It is sized to work with scraps, charms, layer cakes or fat quarters. The design works well with solids and prints including large scale prints. You can make it with a combination of solids and prints, as featured, or use all solids or all prints. The choices are endless.

Pattern includes guidelines for selecting fabrics, detailed illustrations and easy-to-follow sewing tips, plus complete binding instructions. Use the Design Explorations page, which shows 8 additional ideas, to make entirely different looking quilts from the same basic design. There’s even a coloring page that allows you to try your own color choices.

Plus, when you follow my easy-to-sew directions, you’ll have extra pieced blocks made from the trimmed leftovers. Use these blocks with the included directions to make a bonus pillow project.

Facets has so many possibilities, I hope you’ll want to make more than one!

Finished size: 54” x 54” Yardage for other sizes included.

This pattern may be used to make up to 6 quilts for sale with written permission of the designer Anne Deister. Credit for the design must be attributed to Anne Deister/SpringLeaf Studios. Please do not copy or sell the pattern.

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SpringLeaf Studios

 Hello !  My name is Anne and I’d like to welcome you to my Pattern Spot shop. I established SpringLeaf Studios as a way to merge my graphic design background and passion for clean modern design with my love of quilting and obsession with fabric. My goal is to encourage quilters to explore their own creativity. 

SpringLeaf Studios patterns include clear illustrations and sewing tips plus tips on selecting fabrics, multiple optional design ideas and a coloring page so can explore your own visions. Some patterns also include a bonus project made from the leftovers so you actually get two projects from one. 

By sharing the design process with you, I hope to inspire you with all the various ways each of my pattern can be used. There are so many possibilities, I hope you’ll want to make more than one.

Visit my blog at to learn more about me and my design process.