**This pattern is a digital PDF download and can be downloaded instantly after purchase.
PLEASE READ THIS PATTERN CLASS DESCRIPTION IN IT'S ENTIRETY BEFORE PURCHASING. If you have questions regarding how this pattern class is structured, feel free to email me at email@example.com
This is Class Three of a 12 month quilt journey. If you have not signed up for Class One, please consider begin there as skill level and quilting methods advance with each month.
Each class is $8.50
With the purchase of Class Three, a Farmer's Wife table topper or wall hanging size quilt pattern is included! This pattern uses 25 blocks made from the first 3 Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival classes.
Do you already have 25 Farmer's Wife blocks completed?This class will allow you to turn those loose blocks into a treasure!
There is a full description of the 12 month Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival listed with Class One and can be viewed in my pattern store here:
Consider joining the Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Flickr group! Here you will find lots of inspiration and support by others with frequent discussions and opportunities for questions and answers.
Find the group here:
With the completion of Class Three...you will have 30 blocks made!! Keep tending to your crop!
For more information on how to begin your Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival, visit my blog here:
Back in 2009 i purchased a used Gammill longarm quilting machine in hopes of making a little extra $ to help send my sons to college. Oh wow! I never imagined how much I would LOVE my new ...
Back in 2009 i purchased a used Gammill longarm quilting machine in hopes of making a little extra $ to help send my sons to college. Oh wow! I never imagined how much I would LOVE my new adventure! Before that, I was a full time stay at home mom, volunteering in just about everything...even the local quilt shop. You'll find me in the 2002 Quilt Sampler magazine, just my picture, nothing more. lol :) I believe those days fueled my passion and here i am today, longarm quilting for clients, teaching classes at local quilt shops, and designing patterns. You'll find more about me and my work on my quilting blog: laugh yourself into Stitches*
Other than hit by the quilting bug...i love antiques, repurposing junk and digging in the dirt... but most of all, spending time with family...nothing better than that!