Moorish Pyramids Pattern Release + Giveaway

I am so excited to announce that I have a new pattern – Moorish Pyramids available via my Craftsy store. It will be free for a limited time during the month of July.


Castle of the Moors in Sintra, Lisbon, is one of the most inspiring architectural buildings, I have ever seen. This quilt was inspired by the pyramid shapes and how the shadows are cast on the entrance way.


Originally, this is one of my quilt design a day designs. Art Gallery Fabrics provided me the opportunity to make this using the new line Imprint by Katarina Roccella. Moorish_Pyramids

The quilt measures 60 x 60″ finished. There are a lot of options to make this quilt your own by using different color palettes, color placement and your own quilt design. This finished quilt used straight line quilting with some angled lines, highlighting the pyramid shapes using Aurifil 50wt.


The quilt pattern can easily be modified to make a smaller or larger quilt by reducing the overall block size.

You can see other projects using Imprint, including this one, in the Look book that came out today.
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[Photo Credit: Art Gallery Fabrics]

Give-away – CLOSED

WINNER: #7 Janet Moilanen – Congratulations Janet, I will send you an email shortly.

To celebrate the pattern release, I am giving away one Fat Quarter Shop Tokyo FQ Bundle featuring Pure Elements by Art Gallery Fabrics (I might sneak in some other AGF scraps that I have).
Open until July 19th 6pm EST, to enter just leave a comment:

  • Letting me know what colors you would like to make the quilt in
  • If you are a follower, leave another comment letting me know how you follow.

Good Luck, enjoy the pattern.

73 thoughts on “Moorish Pyramids Pattern Release + Giveaway

  1. kitty

    63. Thank you very much for the pattern!! The Imprint collection is a wonderful choice! I was planning to make the pattern in Handcrafted, but your Imprint version sort of haunts me, so…….

  2. Mary D

    69. I love your pattern in the current colorway. The quilt back is as striking as the front. This would make a perfect “male” quilt for one of my young adult nephews. I have been looking for something to make for these college aged nephews. I might try an orange palette for the mustard and I would definitely need to make it larger for these 6″ plus nephews.

  3. plentye99

    Very nice pattern and it would be perfect for my young adult nephews. I love the current color palette and would maybe consider using orange in place of the mustard. The quilt back is as striking as the front. Great job overall.

  4. Nicole

    A Christmas palette might be fun to see. And for me that means a brighter medium green, red, HOT PINK, white, grey. (Not that I really have a decor for xmas or anything, but the two things we have are in those colours).

    And I like the pattern.


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