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Garden Walk Quilt Along – September

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Today we will be assembling the larger quilt top!!!

So exciting to see how these are coming along for you.  Thank you for sharing your progress with me!

You’ll be using the last border strips along with the 4 triangle corners that were completed in an earlier step. 

Cannot wait to see what your tops look like!


4 larger triangle sections from the previous step

center of the quilt 

stop border strips

Supplies you may need:


1- Cut your stop border strips to size (mentioned in the pattern)

2- Sew the shorter strips to the top and bottom of the quilt, then longer strips to the sides

3- Sew the star and nine patch triangle sections to the quilt top center, this sets the center on point in the quilt.


The pattern is included in the 2019 Patchwork Planner.  You can find all the tracking, instructions and template within the planner. 

Every month has the breakdown of the instructions and steps for that month.  Both layouts are included in the planner as well.

Purchase the Garden Walk pattern here

Garden Walk

25″ X 25″ / 56″ X 56″


Layout option #1: Center only. You’ll be ending this quilt top with a finished size of 25″ X 25″
June will be the last step for just this option.

Layout option #2: Full quilt top. You’ll be ending this quilt top with a finished size of 56″ X 56″
This option will go from July to October.

Materials list has all supplies needed for both layouts.
Applique: choose either wool or cotton fabric applique. Applique templates don’t have seam allowance added.
When using cotton for applique you can use heat-n-bond lite to secure your fabric.
If you are using needle turn applique, cut your fabric 1/4″ larger than the templates.


Share your progress here!


I’ll be announcing each month in each of those places!

Sign up for reminders of future Garden Walk QAL posts:

For all posts in this series, visit the quilt along here.

We’ll see you the second Monday of each month!

Next Month you will be sewing up the large star quilt blocks. 

Don’t forget that you can keep everything together for the year with the 2019 Calendar!


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