Lily Pocket Purse is Fat Quarter Friendly

Lazies, A fat quarter bundle is a quick and festive way to dress our new Lily Pocket Purse design (LGD128). Instead of using yardage from the bolt (listed below), I used a collection of 7 fat quarters in this scrumptious brown floral from Marcus. No need for shy prints on our new Girl, I chose the fun, busy, festive prints from this bundle.

Lily’s front pleats make geometrics and large prints even more fun. The long ovals of the waistband fabric creates great direction, creating a fun fragmented line pattern.

I picked up this bundle more than a year ago and I don’t remember the name of the line, but it’s by the fabulous Michele D’Amore – love her designs!

This Lily is an early prototype. The back pocket is a bit deeper on the final design to offer more security, great for a phone or small digital camera.

You know we all like to see inside, so here you go.

In case you missed it, we introduced Lily last week with some notes about design features and supplies. Here’s that blog post: Coming in September: Meet Lily!

These retailers are already offering Lily on their websites. If your store is taking orders, please post a comment with a link below.
Sew Thankful
Quilter’s Warehouse
Mon Aiguille
Fabric Lovers
Email to Rush’s Dry Goods (Canada) to inquire

Fabric requirements for yardage from the bolt:
1/3 yd of two main cover fabrics
1/2 yd handle and pockets
1/4 yd waistband

Lazies, round up your fat quarters. Lily will be here soon! Lots more details and discussions of Lily to come…


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8 Responses to “Lily Pocket Purse is Fat Quarter Friendly”

  1. bettina elliott — August 16, 2010 @ 11:38 am

    i LOVE IT!! i wrote the item number down so we can order it at the shop….can’t wait to make mine!!

  2. Sequana — August 16, 2010 @ 12:02 pm

    I made a quilt with that fabric. It’s called Mocha Meringue, and I LOVE it…….

    It’s been popping up lately on various blogs, for some reason. Yes, it was over a year ago……maybe even two years.

  3. Penny — August 16, 2010 @ 12:36 pm

    Got it on order!! Thanks for another lovely design!

    Penny in Chesapeake

  4. Peggy F — August 16, 2010 @ 4:09 pm

    Can’t wait until this arrives in the mail! Can you speed up production a little? Would love to spend Labor Day weekend with Lily! (LOL)

    Seriously Joan I am so glad you test your patterns and make sure everything is AOKAY before you sell them. There is a pattern company out there I.J. that has published so many patterns that are incorrect I no longer buy their patterns. If you go to the website the page that lists the corrections has dozens of ‘changes’!

  5. Jeanne in Pemberton — August 16, 2010 @ 6:35 pm

    Made a Miranda purse with that fabric Moda Meringue. Glad I over bought to make Lily

  6. Jerre Rae — August 16, 2010 @ 9:07 pm

    Love the fabric and love your pattern very handy!!

  7. Jeannie — August 23, 2010 @ 5:46 pm

    I really liked the fat quarter Lily purse you showed last week. I really like the big random dot that you said were from Marcus. I looked all over thenet and counln’t find anything even similar. Could you do a bit more research and double check what line from Marcus that fat quarter pack was from? I would love to use those dots in another project…

  8. Dorolei Paschal — February 25, 2014 @ 5:45 pm

    Thanks for the light-hearted approach. I love your website and name. Thank you