Wall Flowers (Featured in Quilt Sampler)

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Wall Flowers (Featured in Quilt Sampler) Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Home Decor


Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of a sewing machine and sewing basic stitches, and able to follow pattern instructions

Pattern Description:

***This pattern was selected in Snappy Quilts (quilt shop in Colorado) to be featured in the May issue of Quilt Sampler Magazine 2014.***

Fabrics come in beautiful colors, prints, and texture; so why not create something with them that is a "Work Of Art" to hang on the wall!

Flowers are so cheerful and color enhances our lives; which is why I created this pattern. I hope you find many joyful uses for this pattern, and I would love to know how you did, have any questions, or simply would like to send me a photo of your creations.

Info: Pattern comes with both rounded and pointed petal templates, photos, and step-by-step instructions. Please do a "print preview" first as the cover page is in "landscape". This pattern is designed so it can be folded in half and kept in a pouch.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Flower is 10" X 10"


  • Sewing Machine, Fabric, Scissors, Button Cover Kit, Shadow Box Frame

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread, Pins, Marking Pen, Tweezers, Needles,

About Designer

About Designer

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Bloom'n Creations
by TeresaDCarter
Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA
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I live in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, with my husband and 2 sweet little kitties. Our girls are grown and married, and one has given us our first grandchild (boy).

I have been sewing since I was 9 years old; I was taught this amazing skill by my grandmother. She had me spend the first few years learning to create by hand, before setting down in front of the sewing machine.

Today, I love ...

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