Hoffman California Fabrics – Retired Patterns

The patterns linked here are ones that I designed for Hoffman California Fabrics but they have since been retired from their free pattern pages on their website.  Thanks to Hoffman California Fabrics for allowing me to include them here.  I will update this page as I collect the various discs and thumb drives I have them all saved to.  These patterns are for your own personal use.  If you need assistance figuring out how to save a Box.net file – please see the “copyright/use of my patterns” section at the top of the blog which explains how Box.net files works.  Hover your cursor over the image of the pattern  you are interested in and it will show you the name of that quilt design.  Then go to the bottom of the page and click the link for that specific quilt name to get to the pattern.

  1.  SNOWGLOBES
  2. WINTER WISHES – SNOW BIRDS
  3. DOWN ON THE FARM
  4. ANCIENT TILES OF ISTANBUL
  5. DAINTY BLOSSOMS (not yet available)
  6. BOHEMIAN  (not yet available)
  7. AUTUMN RIPPLES
  8. FIELDS OF TUSCANY
  9. HEN PECKED – WALLHANGING AND QUILT
  10. FERN GARDEN
  11. FLEUR DE LIS (not yet available)
  12. PARADISE BLOOMS
  13. ON THE SQUARE (not yet available)
  14. CRANE PARADISE
  15. ORNAMENTS AND BAUBLES
  16. QUEEN OF THE NIGHT (not yet available)
  17. PRESENTS AND PINES
  18. MAPLE LANE
  19. ASPEN CREEK LODGE
  20. ALPINE HOLIDAYS (not yet available)
  21. POINSETTIA MAZE (not yet available)
  22. WOVEN RIBBONS
  23. JUST FLUTTERIN’

5 comments on “Hoffman California Fabrics – Retired Patterns

  1. These are great, Denise! My favorite are your Autumn Ripples and the Istanbul Tiles. Thank-you for sharing them with us!

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