Block number 8 of my new quilt pattern, Grandma’s Garden, called Lettuce! Each month, I will be walking you through this quilt top step-by-step with tips, and thorough instructions and free templates. This sew along is now over. This pattern is now available in my shop.
Grandma’s Garden was inspired by vintage seed packets. My designs are always influenced by my travels. Lately, our travels have included jobs in agriculture such as the sugar beet harvest and greenhouse work. This unique and beautiful quilt features many of our favorite veggies as remembered from those pretty seed packets from many years ago. Go HERE to see the current free block for Grandma’s Garden!
Grandma’s Garden was created with traditional applique, with touches of embroidery for embellishments. Of course, it can easily be done in fused applique or even with blended wool felt!
So how does this work?
Starting April 1, 2019, blocks are offered on the first of the month, with the last being offered on December 1, 2019. Each block will be available free to all Sitcom Readers until the end of that month. Go HERE to see the current free block for Grandma’s Garden!
There are 2 Ways to Join the Fun!
1. Free Patterns each month
Download your free pattern from this website each month! If you are following along with this project, I recommend you mark your calendars and come in early to download the monthly installments. Or join us on the Suzy’s Quilters and Crafters Facebook group for monthly reminders. If you miss an installment, or come to the party late, past blocks will be available for a small charge.
2. Can’t wait? You can purchase the full pattern now! This full pattern is now available in both Hard Copy and Digital (print at home)!
For more info on amounts of fabric needed and some beginning tips on how each block is created, be sure to click on the link below! Grandmas Garden Fabric Requirements
Previous Grandma’s Garden Blocks
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Create something amazing and be sure to share it with us! I’d love to see what you come up with!