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Thread: Granddmothers Flower Garden

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    I want to do a grandmother flower garden out of 30's fabric. My Grammy made one for my sister years ago and I loved it. The problem is, I can't findthe directions. Does anyone know where I could find this? There was a site on here a while back with free quilt patterns, but now I can't find it. Please help :shock: This is driving me nuts, cause there is something in me saying that I just HAVE to make this quit. I'm sure you all know what I mean. It is calling to me, almost like Grammy is calling to me from across the years. I know, it sounds wierd, but that is the only way I can describe the compulsion to do this :oops:

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    google English paper piecing sunshine's creations
    another one is Kay Wood on quilterstv.com I think she has one on machine quilting GFG. I just started the English paper piecing one so far so good I like it.

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    Thanks so much!

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    I'm working on one right now using Quilt Pattis.

    I decided that I wanted to make all of my flowers before hand, so it's going to take quite a few, as I have figured out that I amy going to have about 50 flowers total.

    http://www.steigerfamily.com/ZenCart...&products_id=3

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    I use the papers from paperpiecing.com :thumbup: They are reusable

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    Here's a site that I found a while back on hexagon quilts.

    http://www.paperpieces.com/index.html

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    I have just started a grandmothers garden. I am having sew much fun. I used the instructions from beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.com. It is really good. I printed the templates off daisyquilts.blogspot.com. I am using Marti Michell's template set G. I have 4 blocks done sew far and have only been doing them for a week. They are very very addictive. It is a great project to have ready for appointments etc.

    Christine

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    Threads, I don't know how to get around on the bee in your bonnet site. How do I find the info you suggested? Thanks!

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    You may also like this site:
    http://www.quilterscache.com/G/Grand...rdenBlock.html

    Page 3 has a template to make the color choices.

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