Kingdom Hearts QAL Week 10

Shadow and Large Body

You can’t have a Kingdom Hearts quilt without Shadow. Ones not so bad, but watch out for the swarms.

My husband really wanted me to design this Large Body pattern. I probably remade him 5 times. He was a challenge but so worth it in the end.

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 9

Sea Salt Ice Cream and Donalds Wands

Sea Salt Ice Cream

Pattern in two size options. The 10″ x 10″ for the 70″ x 70″ version and 5″ x 5″ for the 60″ x 70″ version. A simple pattern, but holds a big part in the games. It was always the go to snack for everyone.

Donalds Wands

Originally I only created the Dream Rod in the 10″ x 20″ size for the 70″ x 70″ version of the quilt. When I started on the second quilt I wanted to try a different pattern.I ended up with three. The dream Rod, Mages Staff and the Shooting Star. You can make each one separately in the large size or the compact 10″ x 10″.

Cheryl Cooper tested both patterns 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 8

Keyblade of Peoples Hearts

Keyblade of Peoples Hearts has such a huge impact on the first Kingdom Hearts game. I recently played it again and still tears roll down my face. Sora knew what had to be done and simply smiled.

The blade is the easiest of the original four patterns(spoiler..more are in the works).

It measures 10″x 20″ in both the 70″x 70″ and 60″x 70″ layouts

Verena Glöckner tested the Keyblade of Peoples Hearts. 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.

Can we have a do over for 2020?

I know that I’m not alone when I say it has been a crazy few months. I have had such big plans for 2020 and couldn’t wait for it to get here. Now that’s we are right smack in the middle of it, I can’t wait for this year to be over. Better yet lets have a do over.I’m not saying that it’s all been bad, just a roller coaster ride that feels like it will never end.

Kingdom Hearts QAL 2020 Hosted by Fandom in Stitches

The Kingdom Hearts Quilt Along has come and gone. I worked all last year getting everything just perfect for it. Learning new software, fine tuning my paper piecing skills, starting a testing group, creating patterns that are user friendly, the list goes on and on. 2019 was a year of first on so many things. There is a pro and con to this.

The pro- Just about all of my work was done when the QAL began. So the plan was to sit back and enjoy the ride.

The con- work has been so busy that a portion of the event was a blur. Some weeks I barely made the Facebook post (a few times I couldn’t).

It was quite the experience to say the least. Hopefully the next QAL there wont be a pandemic happening in the background. Instead of a roller-coaster I’ll choose Legoland. Thankfully Jennifer Ofenstein and her Fandom in Stitches family was more than happy to help out with the event. I can’t thank them enough.

A special thanks to Jennifer Olfenstein, Cheryl Cooper, Verena Glöckner, Daphne Seymour, and Joanne Harris

I’m going to leave on this note..During the event two Kingdom Hearts QAL Facebook members decided to have a competition to see who could make the most patterns for the invitational. Erika Callahan and Renee Boucher did an absolutely amazing job on an additional 20 patterns. Let me say that again. TWENTY patterns!!! You can see them here. Thank you for all of your hard work. I’ll be making all of them as soon as my printer is back up!