I'm located outside of Philadelphia

e-mail me:  oyveyquilts@yahoo.com

No circles!

"CurvaliciousBaby"

The quickest baby quilt ever, usig the whole cloth method, from 2 1/2 yds of fabric.  Make it in an afternoon!

This was the birth of Curvalicious, my new cool, tool.

              It is now available in my etsy shop.

Curvalicious Tote

Available Januery 2017

     "Fishalicious"

   Hot off the presses, ready to ship

        Look for it in my Etsy shop

Here's a video with a step by step tutorial to make the skinny quilt.

Click on the area to begin.

Or use Curvalicious to make a  difficult looking inner border.  Click on the arrow to watch video tutorial.

"Contemporary Curvalicious"

A nine patch, 72" x 72"

A kit is now available to make a silk  Curvalicious skinny quilt,

since silk dupioni is hard to find, especially in small amounts.

It includes cutting and sewing directions.

New!!

"Beachalicious"

A fun applique wallhanging

A scalloped border was never so easy

Buy the pattern HERE

And here are more projects you can make with Curvalicious


               Convertible Backpack

Converts from a crossbody bag to a backpack

                      Pattern Available 

"Simply Curvalicious"

A whole cloth quick quilt


Insulated bottle carrier

Tutorial HERE

You can also find it in my etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/CherylLynchQuilts

I designed this acrylic tool to create this quilt. 

Any questions or comments, email me oyveyquilts@yahoo.com

I'd love to hear from you.

Check my blog for all things quilty:

www.CherylLynchQuilts.blogspot.com


I'm also available to visit guilds and shops for lectures and workshops.

If you would like to see more ways to use Curvalicious or you want to share your creation, visit the Flickr Group.

"Perfect Pillows, The Curvalicious Way"

Click HERE to purchase the pattern

"Long May She Wave"

A patriotic Curvalicious quilt with liberated stars

I made this quilt using silk dupioni.  It was inspired  when having lunch with a friend at a local deli. She was talking away and all the time I was thinking about how I could turn this design into a quilt.   I don't work in a regimented manner or to put it another way, I fly by the seat of my pants.  When other quilters saw it during my visits to quilt guilds, they wanted to learn how to make it.  I must admit, it is a stunner, especially when it is made using silk.

To be able to offer it as a workshop, I had to reverse engineer it.  This is how I ended up learning about acrylic templates.  I chose to have it "Made in America" and found a wonderful company that was willing to work with me.  I sent them a paper drawing and I received my first prototype and that was the beginning of my cool new tool.

Want to know the latest about Curvalicious?

Aren't these the cutest skirts with Curvalicious hems?  Click HERE for a free tutorial.

A double zipper cross shoulder bag

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Curvalicious Goes Modern

Featured in the February issue of

 The Quilt Pattern Magazine


 Curvalicious

Make a complex looking quilt, simply