Lady of Lake Superior (you know, Lady of the Lake pattern with the added "Superior" because we like to use Michigan names). It makes a happy quilt. These Ann's Arbor quilts will be heading to International Quilt Market next week in St. Louis.
Four Flags (well, because it's 4 flags....) and it also uses Ann's Arbor. It could use any red, white or blue M & S fabrics you have on hand. This is an especially fast and easy quilt and if you make Quilts of Valor or Quilts of Honor.
Chippewa Nine Patch. We could go on and on about this favorite pattern (I've made it 6 times in different fabric groups). It always looks great - and it looks different every time.
The key to the Chippewa Nine Patch is 25 fat quarters. 5 groups of 5 fat quarters. Once you get those picked out - its easy peasy. The one on the left I used these 5 groups: dark blue, light blue, yellow, blue on cream shirtings, cream on cream shirtings. (The groups are arbitrary, but once you cut your strips - keep your strips in the correct pile - and magic happens) The one on the right used these 5 groupings: medium blue, light blue, red, blue on cream shirtings, cream on cream shirtings. Different background colors set them off and while they have much the same fabrics - they look complimentary, but completely different.