Kingdom Hearts QAL Week 5

Treasure Chest and Heart Border Trinket

The Treasure Chest was one of those patterns that I was completely surprised with. I wanted a side view to give somewhat of a 3D effect. It took a bit of playing around with line placement for the right look. I made 3 total. The last one I made using the blue fabric , it turned out so cool.

The next border trinket I put into the 60×70 quilt layout is the small heart. I have used this pattern in a couple other projects also.

Verena Glöckner tested both patterns for me.Cheryl Cooper tested the Heart Trinket Thank you Verena and Cheryl!

Find all of these patterns and much more at Fandom in Stitches Games and Tech section.

Please note: All patterns shared on fandominstitches.com are derivative art created by fans and are free for your personal & non-profit use ONLY. Patterns are not to be used for distribution, resale or manufacture.

Kingdom Hearts QAL Week 4

Kingdom Keyblade

Only one pattern this week, because I think the Keyblades are special!

This is the very first pattern I attempted to make for the KH quilt way back in January 2019. This is also one of the first patterns I used EQ8 to make. At the time I didn’t realize my desktop computer wasn’t up for the task. After fighting with EQ8, random computer crashes, researching issues, and just about ready to throw in the towel I decided it was time for an upgrade. I purchased this new bright and shiny gaming laptop. The main reason I chose a gaming laptop is because they are usually very good with graphics and I didn’t want anything to hold me back. I’m writing this almost a year later and I have to say the laptop has been wonderful.

By the time the computer was taken care of I had made the blade about 6 times. SIX times! It was great practice, maybe Sora was telling me I am not the wielder of the Keyblade.

I know the blades are a bit more intimidating than the other patterns, but they are so worth doing. The latest copy I decided to make in King Mickeys colors (just swap the gold and silver).

Verena Glöckner and Cheryl Cooper tested the pattern for me. Thank you Verena and Cheryl!

Find this pattern and much more at Fandom in Stitches Games and Tech section.

Please note: All patterns shared on fandominstitches.com are derivative art created by fans and are free for your personal & non-profit use ONLY. Patterns are not to be used for distribution, resale or manufacture.

Kingdom Hearts QAL Week 3

Cave Drawing and the Key

When I first thought about making the cave drawing I was really over complicating it. After playing with it for a bit I decided to go with a clean simple look. I knew I wanted the Paopu Fruit to be yellow.

Depending on what layout version you decide to make will depend on the final size of the pattern.

The border trinket “Key” is so cute. I used it in the 60×70 quilt as an accent piece.

Cheryl Cooper tested the Cave Drawing for me. Thank you Cheryl!

Find all of these patterns and much more at Fandom in Stitches Games and Tech section.

Please note: All patterns shared on fandominstitches.com are derivative art created by fans and are free for your personal & non-profit use ONLY. Patterns are not to be used for distribution, resale or manufacture.

Kingdom Hearts QAL Week 2

Anyone who may be reading my blog… I do plan on getting the weeks caught up. So sorry in advance for the extra notifications.

Sora and the Crown

For whatever reason working on pattern faces is intimidating for me. I originally made a blank face, like in other fandom patterns, but my husband kept saying it didn’t look right. He needs a face! That’s when decided to try closed eyes, nose, and mouth. When I see the closed eyes, I envision Sora falling through the clouds and the theme song being played.

Depending on what layout version you decide to make will depend on the final size of the pattern.

I love the little crowns in the corners of the quilt. I started calling the small border patterns “Trinkets”. There’s several of them so keep an eye out for options.

Verena Glöckner tested both patterns for me. Thank you Verena!

Find all of these patterns and much more at Fandom in Stitches Games and Tech section.

Please note: All patterns shared on fandominstitches.com are derivative art created by fans and are free for your personal & non-profit use ONLY. Patterns are not to be used for distribution, resale or manufacture.

Kingdom Hearts QAL Week 1

I know this is a couple weeks late, but if have watched any of my videos you know I have been fighting EVERY cold that has come my way. I mean seriously. Don’t they know I have things to do!!
Lets all thank Jennifer Ofenstein! Jennifer is the owner, editor and primary writer for Fandom In Stitches. She is the one publicizing all of the patterns. Jennifer is also the creator of the tags, logos, graphics for the website and Facebook group. I absolutely love what she has done with this. Jennifer has been my guide through this project. She has been more than happy to help with any questions and any behind the scene stuff that is going on and nudging me in the right direction.Thank you, Jennifer O!
Two quilt layouts This has been a year of first for me and designing a quilt layout for others to follow is definitely one of them.  For that matter, pretty much everything I created on this quilt was a “first”.

Here’s a list of what’s different with these two.

70×70

These patterns are the larger size
  • Cave Drawing
  • Sora
  • Donald s Wands-there are 3 wands to choose from
  • Sea Salt Ice Cream
  • Jimney’s Journal
  • Keyhole

60×70

Additional patterns in this version :
  • Smaller version of previously listed patterns
  • Organization Xlll
  • Donald Wands, 10×10 compact design
Quilting note: Jennifer Rowles (Playful Piecing) quilted this one for me in little crowns! How awesome is that! Thank you Jennifer R!
Alphabet inspired by Elliot Trueloves version of Kingdom Hearts font Originally when I was designing the quilt I knew I wanted the KH logo. The more I thought about it, the more I wanted it to say Kingdom Hearts and then ultimately deciding that we needed the whole alphabet. I reached out to Elliot Truelove. He had his own version of the Kingdom Hearts font. I really wanted to use that as my inspiration. Being a huge fan of KH himself he gave me permission to use his lettering. He also gave me access to an additional version. Every pattern in this qal is using the font. Joanne Harris tested all of the patterns for me. Thank you, Elliot and Joanne! Find all of these patterns and much more at Fandom in Stitches Games and Tech section.

Please note: All patterns shared on fandominstitches.com are derivative art created by fans and are free for your personal & non-profit use ONLY. Patterns are not to be used for distribution, resale or manufacture.