The Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Class 5

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The Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Class 5 Pattern


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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Strong beginner with good understanding of quilting terms and basic quilting methods

Pattern Description:

**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

This is Class Five of a 12 month/class quilt journey. If you have not signed up for Class One, PLEASE READ CLASS ONE DESCRIPTION BEFORE PURCHASING THIS CLASS
You'll find it here:

Each class offers approximately 10 Farmer's Wife blocks per month for 12 months. Each class is offered for $8.50

Consider joining the Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Flickr group. There 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 One~Class will have 50 blocks made!! Your farm is flourishing!

For more information on how to begin your Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival, visit my blog here:

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • varies depending on what you would like to make. ie: table runner, table topper, lap, twin, queen or king size quilt


  • basic quilting tools

You Will Also Need:

  • The Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt book by Laurie Aaron Hird is necessary to complete this 12 month class. It is available on my blog. See my blog link above or in the pattern description

About Designer

About Designer

Karen M Walker on

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 ...

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