Quilter’s Patch – How is Your Quilt Garden Growing?

It’s officially Summer! I know many of my friends enjoy gardening as much as quilting.

I love this time of the year myself. So many beautiful flowers with color popping everywhere!

I have noticed a lot of charming pictures of blooms showing up on Instagram and Facebook. I love seeing how your Quilter’s Patch is growing.

This is such a fun project and with every block you will not only fill your Quilter’s garden with images of leaves and petals, but also you will blossom in your quilting skills.

This one will not cost you a fortune.

Just grab your scraps from a drawer and start planting!

Get inspired by nature and her color choices…

…and start growing as a quilter.

With a little TLC…

…the simple directions in the Quilter’s Patch book, and amazing templates and silhouettes you will be on your way to a garden tour. With 10% off all “Quilter’s Patch” books, silhouettes and templates you will be putting your thimble on your green thumb! Use code SEED to appreciate some Summer savings. Click here to go to our online store.

This quilter’s garden will stay fresh for years to come.

Don’t forget to grab a friend to enjoy this project with you, just like anything else gardening and quilting are even more fun with company.

I can’t wait to see your home fill up with gorgeous patches of blooms.

7 thoughts on “Quilter’s Patch – How is Your Quilt Garden Growing?

  1. Paula

    My Quilters Patch is growing beautifully, have 8 blocks done, and I’m loving every minute spent sewing this top. Thank you Edyta for your gorgeous design.

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  2. Kim Rudd

    I am so excited to get started on this beautiful quilted garden. I am going to be making it together with a new quilting buddy I met online. I am a huge fan of your amazingly beautiful quilts. I love working your patterns,they are always concise and fun to work with. Thank you for all you do for this wonderful community of quilter’s.
    Sincerely,
    Kim Rudd

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  3. Janan Doster

    I am so happy that you are blogging again!! I love to read your stories and enjoy the photos of your beautiful quilts! Quilters Patch is so happy and beautiful, I love all the blooms this time of year too. I have some beautiful daylily blooms now in my garden. Thanks for sharing, I love this book and the quilt.

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  4. Sara Ofenloch

    This is so much fun to work on. Completed 8 blocks so far. It is a challenge in precision. Lots of ripping. Had to track the fabric from shops all over the country to even begin the project.

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  5. Carolyn Solomon

    I call myself a “patchwork gardener” and an “organic quilter”! I may have to get started in this quilt. It is lovely.

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  6. Debbie

    My quilters patch is growing quickly with your excellent directions. Beautiful flowers are multiplying in my garden. Thank you Edyta.

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