Clothing for the Body & Soul

Ring the Bell!!

The RDKC Store has re-opened!!! You can now buy your favorite coat and quilt patterns and instructional booklets online! Tell your friends and neighbors! And a big shout out to Sue K. from Oregon for being our first online customer, even before we made this announcement. Woo-hoo!

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Scrap Happy Quilt Pattern

Scraps Galore! Pins wheel, stars tweak and shoos fly in this scrappy combo of three of Rachel’s favorite blocks. Have fun creating a small (or large) whimsical quilt, using light, medium and darks fabrics. Shoo Fly! pie recipe included. Shipping will be calculated at checkout!

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Posted by kincy on Wed, August 6 2008 » Patterns For Sale » No Comments

Nigerian Appliqué Quilt Pattern

This is a pattern and a guide for making a wall quilt (or larger, if you desire) using Nigerian Applique, a reverse applique technique in which two layers of fabric are sewn together to create a design. Use your imagination, an existing block pattern or one of the 5 unique designs supplied for creating the […]

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The Monster Purse Pattern

On an episode of HGTV’s ‘Simply Quilts”, I was challenged to create something using the Feathered Star Block. The Feathered Star Block is one monster of a block, so they called it the Monster Block Challenge. I was inspired to create a large purse that featured the block and I called it the Monster Purse. […]

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The A-Line Coat Pattern

This is a classic A-line coat pattern that offers two technique options: strip-piecing arrangement of units or blocks, or arrangement by pre-selected rows. You also have a choice of patch, keyhole, or side-seam pockets, and a choice of three collars: the collarless version, convertible collar, or the Mandarin collar. Finally, you may choose to bind […]

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The Boxy Coat Pattern

I created this pattern because I wanted to use some of my favorite stuff – you wouldn’t believe all the stuff I have – and I needed a large enough canvas to work on. I enjoy collecting old quilts, ethnic fabrics, conversation prints and fabrics with special or holiday themes. This pattern provides a grid […]

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