A Great Gift for Moms and Gardeners!
Most gardeners we know start dreaming of their gardens well before the cold weather is gone. Many begin to plan next year’s garden right after the holidays. What better treat for gardeners, and anyone who enjoys flowers, than this quilt to cheer those cold and gray winter days.
Choose bright, spring-like colors in hues you love. It would also be charming in subdued fabrics for those who prefer a primitive look.
This skinny quilt by designer Margie Ullery will fit in a small space on your wall. Plus, it’s easy to construct. Fusible applique will make it a quick project to finish. The large button for the flower center is a charming touch. Or, applique a circle in the center of the flower.
While you’re stitching, make an extra to give to a gardening friend. They are sure to love having this quilt to display in their office or home.
The “Spring Skinny” quilt pattern is available in the March/April 2013 issue of Quiltmaker magazine.
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