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Thread: Grandma's Pony Garden

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    When I made this quilt I was looking for a traditional look to go with the 1930s fabrics. I like Grandma's Flower Garden quilts, and I like making the centers of the flowers, but not so much all the other pieces to bind it all together. So I made just the centers and appliqued them down onto 6-1/2" white squares. The pony blocks are 12" finished blocks. This setting could be used for any appliques that fit on 12" blocks... it could be cats, dogs, or bunnies!
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    Very beautiful!

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    Best of both worlds. Good Job!:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashton4
    When I made this quilt I was looking for a traditional look to go with the 1930s fabrics. I like Grandma's Flower Garden quilts, and I like making the centers of the flowers, but not so much all the other pieces to bind it all together. So I made just the centers and appliqued them down onto 6-1/2" white squares. The pony blocks are 12" finished blocks. This setting could be used for any appliques that fit on 12" blocks... it could be cats, dogs, or bunnies!
    Where did you get this pattern??? It is a must have for my DGD, who is 4 and lives on a horse farm. They just moved to a new house. PLEASE let me know where to get this!!!!! Thank you! PM me please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    You did a beautiful job, great job of appliqueing also.

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    Lovely quilt. Would love to have pattern :)

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    Very nice job!

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    I think I'm addicted to those 1930's repros. I don't even like horses, but I love that quilt!

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    very creative! Nice job! :)

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    Great job on piecing, quilting and appliquing, I have a great niece that would love it.

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