A Reader’s Quilt: Chain of Faith

We love getting pictures of quilts using our patterns that were made by blog readers.

Recently Carolyn sent us a picture of her version of our Chain of Faith quilt.  If you don’t remember our version, here’s a reminder.  I believe this is the most used pattern that we’ve ever designed.  If you’d like a the free pattern, you can find it here.


Want to see Carolyn’s version?

Gorgeous right?

Many people have hunted for the original fabric that we used but it’s an older line and even though people have hunted, no one ever finds it.

Carolyn made her’s with the fabrics Bon Voyage by French General (Moda) jelly rolls and Villette Red Rouge.


It’s a beauty.  I sure do like the colors.  I always think it is interesting to see how quilts look in different fabrics.

My Chain of Faith quilt is one of the “living room” quilts.  The childcare kiddos use it to build houses and snuggle up in.  It’s the favorite around here.

Thanks for sharing Carolyn.  We really appreciate your taking the time to do that.

If you’re made one of our quilts we’d love to see it.  You can send pictures to me at rogjok@iowatelecom.net.

5 thoughts on “A Reader’s Quilt: Chain of Faith”

  1. I have this one printed and it is on my WANT TO list, but I HAVE to make a dent in the UFO pile first! With that being said, I am off to make progress on some graduation finishes!

  2. I too love to see quilt patterns made up in different fabrics ~ both are beautiful! Thx for the pics ~ such inspiration! Especially thx for the wonderful free pattern!

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