Sally's English Garden

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Sally's English Garden Pattern

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Quilting: Sally's English Garden
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • you should have some experence using a straight stitch sewing machine, read a pattern, and use rotary Cutting tools safely.

Pattern Description:

This warm and cuddly quilt, "Sally's English Garden" reminds me of sitting with a perfect cup of tea and looking through a leaded stained glass window into an English garden with little blue birds flying from rose to rose!
"Sally's English Garden" Is pieced, quilted and backed at the same time!
FOR FLANNEL FABRICS ONLY, this pattern will not work with regular cotton fabric.
This new "shredded" quilting technique is fast and FUN!
You will find this 13 page PDF pattern/TUTORIAL full of useful information, hints, and tips to help the beginner and guide the expert, along with lots of close-up photos, diagrams, and full size applique templates included.
YOU CAN DO THIS!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 55" x 66"

Materials:

  • Sewing machine with a walking foot
  • Rag quilt scissors
  • CLOVER Premier Seam ripper #502
  • Regular fabric scissors
  • Small sharp scissors (I like Fisker soft touch-micro tip)
  • Disappearing marker or chalk wheel like CLOVERS
  • Rotary cutter and mat
  • Rotary cutting ruler 24" preferred
  • Quilter gloves ( not necessary but make it a little easier)
  • Flannel fabric

You Will Also Need:

  • Cotton thread
  • Quilters pins

About Designer

About Designer

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by itssewsally
Fort Myers, FL
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I am striving to share new and innovative ideas via my patterns with those phenomenally creative people out there who, like me create because they have to!
My mother still tells anyone who will listen how when I was just a little girl my bed was always covered with paper, fabric, crayons, scissors and pins, with me in the middle creating something! Now, as then I am still surrounded by my ...

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