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Color: Winter
Pattern: Mosaic Tile


Color: Early Grey
Pattern: Mosaic Tile


Color: Warmth
Pattern: Mosaic Tile


Color: Wintergreen
Pattern: Mosaic Roses


Color: Stone
Pattern: Mosaic Roses


Color: Radiance
Pattern: Mosaic Roses


Color: True Blue
Pattern: Rose Outlines


Color: Parchment
Pattern: Rose Outlines


Color: Cherry
Pattern: Rose Outlines


Color: Snow
Pattern: Rose Outlines


Color: Cerulean
Pattern: Leaves


Color: Shale
Pattern: Leaves


Color: Magenta
Pattern: Leaves


Color: Winter Sky
Pattern: Brushstrokes


Color: Fog
Pattern: Brushstrokes


Color: Rosewater
Pattern: Brushstrokes


Color: Aquamarine
Pattern: Emily


Color: Ink
Pattern: Emily


Color: Plum
Pattern: Emily


Color: Turquoise
Pattern: Lines


Color: Celeste
Pattern: Lines


Color: Steel
Pattern: Lines


Color: Etch
Pattern: Lines


Color: Dust
Pattern: Lines


Color: Papyrus
Pattern: Lines


Color: Butterscotch
Pattern: Lines


Color: Mulled Wine
Pattern: Lines


Color: Baby Blue
Pattern: Organic Lines


Color: Sand
Pattern: Organic Lines


Color: Baby Pink
Pattern: Organic Lines

Quilt Patterns Available for the Mosaic collection.

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Type: Free

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Shannon Brinkley

Shannon Brinkley is an elementary teacher turned international teacher/speaker, quilt and fabric designer, and author. A life-long maker, as a girl, Shannon hopped from hobby to hobby (weaving, embroidery, knitting, garment sewing, among others) but began quilting in college, where she fell completely in love with the craft. Inspired by her love of fabric and the texture, Shannon wrote the book Scrappy Bits Appliqué (published by Stash Books in 2014), where she puts a scrappy twist on traditional appliqué techniques by collaging a variety of fabrics, vintage and new, with different colors, tones, and patterns to create a really interesting and unique texture. Her techniques are perfect for beginners and experienced quilters alike, as the steps are quick and simple to grasp, yet offer a wide variety of creative possibilities!

Shannon has published over 100 different quilt patterns, both print and digital; taught students in over 12 different countries through her online courses; appeared on several PBS episodes of Creative Living and Fresh Quilting; and has traveled all over the U.S. and Canada speaking and teaching her unique techniques. 

Shannon lives in Austin, TX with her husband and son. In addition to quilting, teaching, and writing, Shannon loves to knit, travel, practice yoga, cook, and garden.

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