• Bounty Hunter Quilt

    Bounty Hunter Quilt Pattern

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  • Bounty Hunter Quilt

    Bounty Hunter Quilt Pattern

  • Free Advanced Quilting Calculators

    Free Advanced Quilting Calculators

  • Bounty Hunter Quilt

    Bounty Hunter Quilt Pattern

Welcome to DDD Designs

Thank you for visiting my website. I got my start in quilting shortly after my wife decided to become a quilter. Our neighbor got my wife started but then moved away. Without the convenience of being able to visit our neighbor every day, she turned to the internet when she had questions. She would often ask me questions like "what is bias?" or "how wide should my binding be?" and I had no clue what she was talking about. So instead of not being able to help her when she had questions, I began watching videos with my wife. I knew YouTube had to have the answers. I designed a few simple quilt layouts for my wife in the beginning so that she would have a project to work on. Being a web developer, I already had tools such as graphic software to help me make good looking quilt layouts. After realizing that the layouts weren't enough, I decided to make actual patterns with instructions.

One day I was watching a YouTube video tutorial of a quilt and I thought to myself, "that pattern kind of reminds me of something else." So I suddenly found myself designing a quilt for me to make. With an idea in mind, I bought some ten inch squares of fabric and some black and white 2½" strips and took over my wife's sewing room for two days. Before I knew it, I had designed and pieced my first quilt top for myself. I decided to call it the Bounty Hunter quilt since it consists of a block modeled after the helmets the bounty hunters wore in my favorite science fiction movies.

Soon, I started thinking of other quilt patterns I could make. I have many more patterns planned but getting them down and in pattern form takes time. That's my story of how I got my start in designing quilt patterns. Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy the website.

-- Dennis Day