The Quilted Clamshell eBook

The Quilted Clamshell by Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs | Machine Quilting Book | Longarm | ReannaLily Quilts

Introducing The Quilted Clamshell!

The Quilted Clamshell is Jen’s fourth book and is entirely self-published!

The Quilted Clamshell is a collection of over 70 quilting designs to fit into the class clamshell shape. This reference book is a guide to developing your own unique designs using three simple variables. Sketch, plan, and quilt with confidence!

This listing is for the E-Book.

A printed/paper book is available at Amazon.com

The book is a method to develop quilting designs. As a longarm quilter, time is invested in researching perfect designs to compliment customer quilts. In that research, I noticed there seemed to be a gap in designs where the clamshell was concerned. I doodled and drew as research for my own Glam Clam project. After some time, I noticed I approached the design process in the same manner: manipulating three variables. The Quilted Clamshell was born.

The Quilted Clamshell by Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs | Machine Quilting Book | Longarm | ReannaLily Quilts

Unlike my other books, The Quilted Clamshell is entirely self-published. The printed book is available through Amazon and as an ebook through ReannaLily Designs shop.

The Quilted Clamshell by Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs | Machine Quilting Book | Longarm | ReannaLily Quilts

In the next couple weeks, I’ll share more photos and concepts from the book. (The blog posts will all be linked here on the product page.)

I hope The Quilted Clamshell?is useful to you and your quilting projects!


  • Paperback: 50 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (June 26, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1534940278
  • ISBN-13: 978-1534940277



eBooks on iTunes

eBook Deploy That Fabric

eReaders

A friend asked me if any of my books are on iTunes. I have to say, I’d never thought about that. So I didn’t have an answer for her.

After a quick search, I found that I am on iTunes. That got the wheels turning- what about the other e-reader stores? Well – yep. Yep. I’m there. Deploy that Fabric is on every outlet and Learn to Sew Easy Curves is on iTunes, too. WOW. iTunes. Me. Metallica. Cowboy Mouth. Beastie Boys. George Strait. Freakonomics Podcast. We are all there. Of course… those others knew they were in iTunes from the get-go, and well, they are famous and all. Me, welp, I love surprises!!!!

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All ‘Round Tote ePattern

The bag is a quick quick tote pattern. The bag measures 11″ diameter and approximately 9 1/2″ tall. The perfect round circle bottom is cut by tracing (or rotary cutting around) a 12″ vinyl LP record! The handle is a soft fabric sash style handle interwoven through grommets.

Of course, yardage requirements for using a uniform, or using traditional fabric in its place, are provided. (More pics coming soon!)

Quilter’s World featured this bag in April of 2011, on page 80.




Basic Bars Quilt ePattern

Basic Bars Quilt Pattern by Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs

Basic Bars Quilt ePattern

The Basic Bars Quilt ePattern is the newest in a series of bar-based, machine applique designs from ReannaLily Designs. The concept builds on techniques featured in Hexagons Made Easy and Learn to Sew Easy Curves. The bars are created using a facing, modified from the techniques in the books.

Make this pattern in two sizes:

  • Baby: 40″ x 60″
  • Queen: 72″ x 90″

Learn how to create simple facings and machine applique the bars to a background fabric. The design couldn’t be easier.

This pattern is perfect for easing into modern quilting using a controlled, exact method. After all, it can’t all be improvisational pieced blocks, right?Basic Bars Quilt Pattern by Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs

Should you be in a pinch for a fast baby gift, look no further than this quilt. With the baby size requiring only 5 quarter yard cuts of fabric + background, this is affordable and do-able in a week night.

Skill Level: Beginner

Basic Bars Quilt Pattern by Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs | Machine Quilting Ideas

This pattern includes ideas for free motion quilting, too. No longer to you have to agonize over the phrase “quilt as desired” (Though, I totally did include the phrase in the pattern!!) A basic starting idea for free motion quilting is on page 3.

Edited to add:

Moda Bella Solids used in the cover quilt are:

  • Etching Stone,
  • Mist
  • Butterscotch
  • Grass
  • Kansas Green



1976 Baby Quilt

1976 Baby Quilt | ReannaLily Designs | Jen Eskridge | Quilt Pattern1976 Baby Quilt

When you think of brown, orange, yellow and off-white, do you think of 1976? Or maybe ALL of the 70’s? Or maybe you just remember the shag carpet….

The quilt name is inspired by the color-way of the cover quilt. The modern, minimal design is easy to create and simple to?maintain clean design lines.

The pattern is filled with endless possibilities. Make the six required bars and maximize your fabric usage OR make any assortment of bars and design a unique original quilt. (pictured below) It is a Pandora’s box of design ideas. Once you start making bars, you’ll be hooked!

1976 Baby Quilt | ReannaLily Designs | Jen Eskridge | Quilt Pattern

 

This pattern will teach you how to make perfect semi-circle ends to fabric bars. The concept builds on ideas originally published in my book, Learn to Sew Easy Curves.

1976 Baby Quilt | ReannaLily Designs | Jen Eskridge | Quilt Pattern

This pattern also includes a brief tutorial for the quilting design used in the finished cover quilt. You’ll practice making swirls and spikes by tracing a design provided in the 1976 Baby Quilt pattern.

1976 Baby Quilt | ReannaLily Designs | Jen Eskridge | Quilt PatternEnjoy!

 




Interlocking Square Quilt ePattern

Create inter-woven fabric squares with ease! An easy, quick quilt top that is great for beginners. It comes in four sizes:? Lap, Twin, Queen and King.

Finished Sizes
Lap:? 60″ x 60″
Twin:? 60″ x 90″
Queen:? 90″ x 90″
King:? 105″ x 105″

Skill Level😕 Beginner

This is an?e-Pattern!




Woven Comfort Quilt ePattern

The Woven Comfort pattern by Jen Eskridge makes a beautiful and intricate quilt. Although it looks very complex, it consists of identical 15″ quilt blocks. If you like geometric, this quilt pattern is for you!


Finished Size: 90″ x 75″ (twin)

Skill Level: Intermediate

This is an e-Pattern.




The Flapper Purse ePattern

The Flapper Purse is one in a series of patterns by ReannaLily Designs that feature military uniforms repurposed into contemporary, fashionable designs. Special instructions for working with the uniform are included. Thank you for supporting our troops!

Finished size: 17″ x 7″ x 4″

Skill Level: Intermediate

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Quarter and Dime Quilt ePattern

The Quarter and Dime quilt pattern uses fusible or traditional applique to apply the circles. It comes in 2 sizes, baby and queen. This pattern is suitable for a beginner quilter.

This quilt pattern is AccuQuilt GO! compatible and contains optional instructions for its use. Circle templates are also provided.

Finished Sizes
Baby:? 45″ x 42″
Queen:? 90″ x 84″

Skill Level😕 Beginner

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Quick 3D Sampler Quilt ePattern

This Quick 3-D Sampler really POPS! Create this high-impact sampler in a few hours. It is made entirely from half-square triangles for quick cutting. An “Americana” color variation is shown below.

Finished Size😕 52″ x 52″

Skill Level😕 Advanced Beginner

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The Cube Purse ePattern

The Cube Purse Pattern is a bag pattern that includes 4 drop-in pockets and a zipper pocket on its 10″ cube profile. It is perfect for layer cakes! Make the bag out of traditional fabric, or honor your service member by recycling one of their retired uniforms and making the Uniform Bag, which uses recycled military uniforms.

Skill Level
😕 Intermediate

Finished Size
😕 9.5″ Cube

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Adjustable Aprons ePattern

Jen Eskridge and Karen Morello teamed up to make the “Adjustable Aprons” pattern. This is a fun project for anyone. Make an adjustable apron for yourself and for your little kitchen helper! The pattern includes an Adult size and a Child size. As a bonus you also get directions for an?EASY French Seam technique.

This is an e-Pattern!