Jerome the Knome ~ new pattern

Leslie McNeilBlogs, Patterns 3 Comments

Check out my newest addition to my line of Collage Patterns–Jerome the Knome! He’s checking out the spring blooms, after a very–very long winter! {see how long his beard is?!} LOL.

Anyway, he is full of character, with a tall, hand-dyed velvet hat, a dyed gray wool coat, sweet pom pom nose, with a full-length furry beard and short little body.

I love featuring the varying scales of flowers in this pattern; from large 5″ flowers, cut in half to small groupings of tiny blooms, that look perfect in this charming forest scene.

I have included LOTS of illustrative photos in this pattern, and all the drawings are full-size, and reversed for you!

This quilt finishes to about 21″ x 23.”

I have also made up a few selected kits for this pattern, as well. Check out the kit section in the shop, and also available in the Etsy shop if you prefer. Https://

Happy Spring Y’all!


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      Hi Shirley. Ahhh-yes—- the “proper” spelling… I was a spelling bee champion in my school days—-spelling was one of my favorite subjects & I was very good at it. However, this time I deliberately chose to apply creative license and let go of legalism—-and to embrace a joyful, fun attitude in naming Jerome. As the pattern author, the name is a personal, deliberate, and artistic choice I enJOY employing here. It’s not school—-it’s art.❤️

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