Dreaming of Paris

Wouldn’t it be nice to be in Paris in the spring time?

To stand beneath the Eiffel Tower and dream Parisian dreams.

I have no idea what Parisian dreams are, but they sound terribly fancy.

This little quilt is called Dreaming of Paris.

It continues my mild case of obsessive ricrac disorder. I’ve used a two charm packs of Dream On by Urban Chiks. These fabric designs were based on vintage sheets. A dark grey silhouette of the Eiffel Tower looks beautiful against their floral goodness.

Today I am happy to offer this design – Dreaming of Paris – to you as a free download. Just click here to download a free pattern.

If you do download this pattern won’t you please consider taking the $5.00 that you might have paid me for the pattern and donating it to the Premier’s Flood Relief Appeal. You should also pop over to Toni’s blog and see the amazingy long list of wonderful crafty items available for auction and raffle.

The raffle on this blog for a Millie Molly Dolly bag has already reached $200 (amazing!), but it will remain open until the 24th of January. Lots of new readers have visited this blog in the past week, looking at the raffle. Hello to them!


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21 responses to “Dreaming of Paris

  1. Ginger

    I really like this quilt. Now all I need to do is find some fabric and spare time to make it! Thank you 🙂

  2. As soon as my sister sees this, I will have to be in my sewing room making it, so thanks for giving up the pattern!

  3. Obsessive ricrac disorder you say? I think I might be a sufferer too. PS Great design!

  4. S

    Tracey, this looks fantastic. I love this range of fabric. Very nice indeed. Congrats on the auction price of the Milly Mollie Dollie Bag. Who wouldn’t want one.

  5. Liberty

    So many things to love – the Eiffel Tower first and foremost (I am obsessed with that iconic Tower lol)
    The beautiful colors of the fabric. The rick-rack —
    Oh how I wish you made that for ME!!! 🙂 lol
    Great work – great blog


  6. Stunning!!!…and Ric Rac too – how special!

  7. So adorable!
    I also wonder where Parisians dream about being. If they are thinking of taking a romantic holiday where on earth do they go?

  8. This is beautiful! Now if only I could convince my daughter to love girly things such as this rather than Star Wars! 🙂

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  12. Thank you for nice Eiffel pattern.
    Really beautiful spring color!
    I really want to try it.
    Thank you from Japan.

  13. Rebecca

    My niece will love this. Thank you for the pattern,.

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