Mama Hen Quilt is Just One of Many Possibilities

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So Many Ideas in One Charming Quilt Book!

One of our favorite quilting books is “Farm Girl Vintage” by Lori Holt. The blocks that make up the cover quilt are wonderful all together but think how you can use them individually.

Every single block can be used by itself in multiples to make a full sized quilt. Or, combine a few of your favorite blocks into a smaller quilt or table runner. Use individual blocks on the front of an apron, as an accent on a tote bag or as the center block in a table or wall quilt. There are so many possibilities!

Farm Girl Vintage Quilt Book

All of the blocks go together with simple piecing. There’s no applique or paper piecing involved. You’ll find them easy to stitch up and will discover many ways to use the clever blocks in this book.

We adore the hens lined up in a row and can’t wait to make our own version of this quilt. Four hen blocks would make a wonderful topper for the kitchen table, too.

Mama Hens QuiltAnother favorite of ours is this cute little wall quilt. The corn and tomato blocks are a nice combination for the kitchen.

Corn and Tomato Mini Quilt

Visit Lori’s website, Bee in My Bonnet, for many more creative ideas for using the blocks from “Farm Girl Vintage”.

Get Lori Holt’s “Farm Girl Vintage” book here.




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