Granddaughter’s Flower Garden

This quilt pattern is normally called a Grandmother’s Flower Garden. I figured out a way to piece it in a non-traditional way, so I am calling it Granddaughter’s Flower Garden.

I may get more of it done later in the week. I cut it all out, but only only have this much sewn.



The weather is supposed to be a little warmer and more “normal: this week. It is possible that we may even get “out and about”! Hope the weather is better for all of you, too.

We have a busy week scheduled, so I may not blog for a few days. Not blogging usually means I’m not slacking!


About the MUSIC:  For those that hate it, or it gets you in trouble at work, I have set it so it does not play automatically.

For those that like it, you can click on the arrow to turn it on.  Or you can click on it to advance to the next song.


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. freda1951
    Feb 24, 2008 @ 19:36:23

    That is pretty Gayle. You will have to tell us your secret.


  2. myolivebranch
    Feb 25, 2008 @ 12:10:57

    can’t wait to see more and find out about your technique! ps, i like the music.


  3. Jami
    Feb 25, 2008 @ 20:45:37

    I hope you share how you sewed the block(s). I love Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilts, but I’m not a hand piecer! Looks really great! Love the colors!


  4. sammi
    Feb 26, 2008 @ 07:50:58

    I love the colors …. and the piecing. Perhaps a quick “class” on your piecing technique the next time you get to be a “slacker”??


  5. rondabeyer
    Feb 26, 2008 @ 10:49:15

    You have been so productive, very pretty Gayle…


  6. AllenQuilts
    Feb 27, 2008 @ 16:46:03

    What a great idea!


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