Strawberry Show and Tell

This beautiful quilt belongs to Pamkittymorning.  I love the background fabric she used and the strawberries look so good. It's fun seeing my Strawberry Social pattern done in Pam's fabric, and I'm just thrilled that she liked my pattern.  I'm a big fan of everything she does so having her like and make one of my patterns is so exciting.
She also made this beautiful pillow - what a clever idea!  I think I might have to make one myself. 
Perfectly Sweet!
Click on the pictures to make them bigger

If you haven't been to Pam's blog before here is the link.
If you are making Strawberry Social I would love to see some pictures and I will post them here on my blog.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

Flower Girl

Introducing  my newest fabric collection ... Flower Girl!
Flower Girl will be in quilt shops in early Spring 2014. I know it's a ways off but it will be so exciting when it gets here!

I designed a free pattern that will accompany Flower Girl, and as soon as it's posted on the Henry Glass website I will update my blog.

Butterkissed Free Pattern

I haven't finished the quilting on my Butterkissed quilt yet but I didn't want to wait to post the pattern directions.  As soon as it's quilted I will update my blog with some photos. 
Click on the pattern cover to download the pattern.
If you don't have a Jelly Roll, this block looks super cute scrappy! 

Hope you like it and have lots of fun making Butterkissed!

Just Added

The response to Strawberry Social, Sun Catcher and Sweet Pea patterns offered in a PDF format has been great!   Today we've added to the website Pottery, Beach House and Baubles with more to come.
Click on the patterns below and follow the links.

Christmas in July

Introducing Razzle Dazzle!
Designed with a new Moda collection called
Aspen Frost by Basicgrey.  
Razzle Dazzle finishes 54" by 65".
I just added this new pattern to my website and a PDF will be available soon. 
Thanks for stopping by!


 I'm finishing up my new Summer pattern called "Butterkissed" and since it's almost ready I thought I would share a few photos of this little butterfly quilt.  I used a Moda Jelly Roll and added extra fabrics from my Butterfields collection to jazz it up. I'm quiting it today - back later in the week with more pictures.
Butterkissed will be a free pattern on my blog this month.  I hope you will join me and make one for yourself.  Here are the ingredients to get you started and I will be back with the instructions.
One Moda Jelly Roll
(I used Sunkissed by Sweetwater)
1 1/4 yards for the background
1 1/2 yards for the border
or 3/4 yards for a pieced border
1/2 yard for the binding

Happy Summer!

More PDF Patterns

Sun Catcher and Sweet Pea are now available as
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