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Thread: Grandmother's Flower Garden

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    Does anyone know if there are some good books out there, with some really neat ideas of GFG?

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    I have "Quilts from Grandmother's Garden". It is ok, but way over priced in my opinion. The last time I looked you could get it on Amazon.

    You might go to http://paperpieces.com/index.html
    Look at the pictures of their customer quilts. Lots of ideas there. Especially the vase of flowers. WOW

    I am working on one now. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llcox
    I have "Quilts from Grandmother's Garden". It is ok, but way over priced in my opinion. The last time I looked you could get it on Amazon.

    You might go to http://paperpieces.com/index.html
    Look at the pictures of their customer quilts. Lots of ideas there. Especially the vase of flowers. WOW

    I am working on one now. Good luck.
    Thankyou very much, was that ever a winfall. There are so many ideas. <<>>

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    I have "Not Your Grandmother"s Flower Garden" a strip-pieced method by Marcia L. Baker. I got it on Amazon
    You might consider that.

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    I have two of Marci Baker's strip-piecing books (GFG and Tumbling Blocks). Have you tried her strip-piece method? If so, what have you found to be the trade offs?

    Quote Originally Posted by kateyb
    I have "Not Your Grandmother"s Flower Garden" a strip-pieced method by Marcia L. Baker. I got it on Amazon
    You might consider that.

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