Quilt English Garden Free Patterns is a beautiful project made having its designer by Rebekah Shucksmith that as you can see in the picture below is a pattern, or in this case a very well made quilt on in allpeoplequilt.com. This quilt has a very different shape that draws special attention to those who like to sit on the bench in a square, or at home even in the lounge chair or on the grass, or in the garden.
Quilt English Garden Free Pattern
Put a new spin on the traditional Grandmother’s Flower Garden pattern by using a variety of modern florals in a summery quilt.
- 8 yards total assorted light prints (hexagons)
- 4 yards total assorted dark prints (hexagons)
- 4-5⁄8 yards solid white (sashing hexagons)
- 4 yards solid purple (border hexagons, binding)
- 7-2⁄3 yards backing fabric
- 92×110″ batting
- Sturdy paper (or purchase precut 1″ hexagon templates; hexagons are measured by the ength of one side)
- Water-soluble fabric pen or chalk marker
Finished quilt: 84×102″
Quantities are for 44⁄45″-wide, 100% cotton fabrics. Measurements include 1⁄4″ seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.
Cut pieces in the following order. To create the units in the quilt, Rebekah chose to vary the position of light and dark prints in each unit; she selected and cut fabrics as she made the flower units. The featured quilt is made with approximately two-thirds light prints and one-third dark prints.
From assorted light and dark prints, cut:
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- 53 matching sets of 18-3″ squares for flower unit hexagons
- 53 matching sets of 12-3″ squares for flower unit hexagons
- 3 matching sets of 8-3″ squares for D unit hexagons
- 53 matching sets of 6-3″ squares for flower unit hexagons
- 3 matching sets of 5-3″ squares for D unit hexagons
- 3 matching sets of 2-3″ squares for D unit hexagons
- 53-3″ squares for flower unit center hexagons
- From solid white, cut:
- 721-3″ squares for sashing hexagons
From solid purple, cut:
- Enough 2-1⁄2″-wide bias strips to total 395″ for binding
- 456-3″ squares for border hexagons
Referring to Scallop Marking Diagram, sew one round of solid purple border hexagons around quilt center. Add a second round of border hexagons to complete quilt top.
2. Remove paper templates from quilt top. Press wrong side of quilt top.
3. Referring to Scallop Marking Diagram, use a water-soluble pen or chalk marker to mark scallops along solid purple border on corners, sides, and bottom of quilt top. Mark top edge of quilt with a straight line. Hand- or machine-baste on marked lines; you will trim border after binding is sewn to quilt top.
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Good here you see how wonderful and easy this quilt is to make. A few steps by steps was what you saw and now you can download this wonderful PDF and start making yours. The English Garden Free Patterns quilt is a beautiful project for your home.