Butterfly Effect launch day!

Today is the day! Butterfly Effect is out in the world and I’m SO DARN EXCITED! This pattern has been a really long time in the making. I started and stopped and started and stopped and almost gave up on it a few times. I sketched dozens of options and fought with geometry for too many hours to count, but… TOTALLY WORTH IT!

Download the Butterfly Effect Pattern here

The pattern finishes at 24” square as written (shown above), making it a perfect mini quilt or pillow, but you can continue to grow your piece to any size or use small sections of the pattern for other applications.

The pattern includes printable templates and pattern papers so you have everything you need to jump right in or you can order laser cut paper packs and acrylic templates at PinkDoorFabrics.com.

**UPDATE: Butterfly Effect Supplies (templates, paper packs and printed patterns) are now available from Paper Pieces HERE. Thank you!

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**UPDATE: Butterfly Effect Supplies (templates, paper packs and printed patterns) are now available from Paper Pieces HERE. Thank you!

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I believe that any level sewist can create this pattern, even EPP beginners! Complete instructions on EPP are not included, but many tutorials can be found online. You can also check out my  Beginners Guide to EPP. Even if you are experience with EPP, you may find some helpful information in this post, plus links to all my favorite tools!

I will be hosting a Butterfly Effect Sew Along that will kick off May 3 where will we work step-by-step together, so if you’re a newbie but want to give this a try, I hope you’ll sew along! You can sign up by clicking here.

I hope you love creating this pattern as much as I have. Remember to share your projects and find inspiration with the hashtag #ButterflyEffectPattern on social media!

17 thoughts on “Butterfly Effect launch day!

    • Tammy J Stevenson says:

      This is hands down the most beautiful butterfly quilt I have ever seen. Amazing! How is your work not in every quilt museum east of the Mississippi?! I just love your style. I have to learn how to make your quilts!


      • nicole young says:

        Hey Susanne! I’m currently in the middle of switching supply vendors so papers and templates will be available from Paper Pieces soon. If you’d like to stay updated, you can join my mailing list or shoot me an email and I can send a link when they are available. Thanks!

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  1. sarah bush says:

    This is intensely beautiful! I’ve just downloaded your free butterfly blocks to have a go at those, definitely considering this pattern for purchase. I recently had my mind blown by the Inklingo method and am dying to try it – are you likely to convert these patterns to this format?

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  2. schlyne says:

    Is there still a larger version of this planned? I was waiting for the full size kits to become available, which I thought was supposed to happen in the fall of this year?


  3. Judy Reid says:

    When I click to the pink door to get the acrylic templates and paper pieces they don’t seem to have the stock their. Any ideas?


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