This free quilt tutorial pattern is a quick and easy one girls! there are a few blocks you make a few times– sew them together in columns and whola! your quilt top is done! It’s a great pattern for beginners too. Super simple. The Rococo Garden Quilt is on the bigger size. Could be a very snuggly lap size or twin quilt.
This would be perfect free quilt tutorial for those big print fabrics which you collect because they are so wonderful and haven’t cut up yet. yup. i still have some of those too. Take a look at this Mini Rococo Gardens Quilt Pattern–
I do have to totally mention that Carol VanZandt is the designer of the fabric and if you would like to create yours using the same as I did— Clickety Click here
Her fabric is showing up in stores–soon!!! Ask your favorite shop to stock it…..i am in love with them!
I also have to let you know that the pattern is also included in this months– The Sewing Cottage Magazine– Issue 5
This collection of patterns is all for girlies!!
They will have some fun being momma’s little helper
and getting thier own cooking companion– Betty Cooker!
Print off the recipe cards for yourself and for Betty.
Plus, get out those big print fabrics and whip up a quick and
simple Rococo Gardens Quilt for you to share with your new helper.
|In this Issue:
* Butterfly Quick Stitch
* Momma’s Helper Set- clothespin bag, tea towell, hotpad, apron
* Rococo Gardens Quilt
* Foxie Adventures Block of the Month Block #2
+ Digital goodies: recipe cards, printable calendar, Q & A’s and My Creative Spot with Sandy of Sew My Gosh
Also— if you’d like pop on over to the etsy shop and purchase the emag with all the patterns.
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