Farmhouse Porch - New Pattern!

The Farmhouse Porch Pattern is now available for download.

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 Coupon code below.

Have you made a resolution to use your scraps this year?

Check out my new

Farmhouse Porch PDF Pattern

.  This new pattern utilitizes the Granny Square block (sometimes called Arbor Window) in 2 different sizes.  The delightful scrappy color combinations will make a serious dent in your scrap bins.

And only squares to cut!  No triangles, HSTs or any other complicated piecing techniques.  Just squares.

Farmhouse Porch Boys

I finished this quilt in 2016 and there were many requests for a pattern.  I admit I dragged my feet on the pattern because I knew this pattern was needed in many 



AND the quilty math for making 2 different size granny blocks match up with granny borders is not easy!!

Farmhouse Porch Corner

Lucky for you,

I've done ALL the math for you

.  You can choose to make this quilt in any of the FIVE sizes.  Baby - King.

Want to make one?

Here's what you need to know.

Farmhouse Porch Pattern.

  • Quilt Pattern especially for Scraps
  • Instructions for 5 different sizes (Baby-King)
  • Advanced Beginner Pattern
  • Based on 2 sizes of Granny Square Blocks (Large in center; Small in second Border)
  • Uses one background fabric and one border fabric to create continuity
  • Supplemental Video Tutorial


regular price $10

on sale

 for $8 PDF Download until Sat. 1/20/2018 at 11:59PM EST.

Use coupon code FARMHOUSEPORCH to receive the discount.


(This is my new website & shop - transition coming soon!)

Farmhouse Porch Quilt Pattern COVER ONLY

To supplement the pattern, I made this video tutorial to help you square up your blocks.  When we're making so many of them, we want to be sure to square up each block using the same method.  It will help all your blocks come together, especially in the border.

Granny Vid tute70
Farmhouse Porch 3

One of the other main comments I heard in the scrappy survey I sent out in my


was to have a method of creating continuity in a scrappy quilt.  Sometimes this can be hard to do.  Scrappy quilts can end up looking like scrap vomit.  :/

To avoid running into that problem, this pattern uses a common white background in every Granny square block.  It keeps some uniformity when combining so many prints and colors.  Then to give the quilt some oomph, but


a place to rest, I chose a dark tone-on-tone navy print (Add It Up from

Cotton + Steel

) for the first border.  It makes a bold statement, but also allows the eye to rest as the granny squares transition from large squares in the center to smaller squares in the border.

This technique works beautifully for combining so many scraps and bitty bits!

Farmhouse Porch Reading

I should mention that I am in the process of transitioning to a new website. Super exciting!  SO much w...o...r...k.  I have not shifted over yet, but the

Pattern Shop

is up and running!  

Farmhouse Porch

can be purchased in my new shop.  Feel free to poke around the new site a bit while you are there.  I'll be sure to let you know when I make the move to