“A Rows Garden” in Quilts and More

Introducing “A Rows Garden”, in this Spring 2011 issue of Quilts and More

Didn’t they do a wonderful job photographing that quilt? My daughter and I are swooning over the purple walls and yellow bed. LOVE LOVE LOVE the yellow bed! “A Rows Garden” is a bed-sized quilt that is simple to put together. The blocks are quite big and the fabric does most of the work for you. It features prairie points on the top and bottom. If you at all skittish about trying them, they really aren’t hard. I took some photos of the process while making this quite, which you can find here and here

Oh – and Robert Kaufman put in the sweetest candy bar add using my mocha colorway of Swiss Chocolate on another page in this issue – look…

The top two photos in this post sit on a backdrop of my newest Ambrosia design, in which I pieced the Lazy Angle blocks. No instructions are available as of yet (soon, if I can get my act together), but here is a sneak peek…

Have a wonderful weekend and happy sewing!

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6 thoughts on ““A Rows Garden” in Quilts and More

  1. I saw your new line on the Fat Quarter shop and loved this row pattern that was created using your fabrics.
    I am certainly going to be looking for the Quilts and More magazine for this pattern.
    Warmest regards,

  2. OK, Your quilt on the rocking chair is just so cool. I love the bed quilt and the purple walls. The candy bar ad is so cute. Congratulations on all your fabric, quilts and ads in the magazines lately.

  3. I love the chocolate bar ad! Your quilts are everywhere – Congratulations, they are all so gorgeous.

  4. All the projects I saw here and in Ryan's blog really look great in this new line of fabric. I think it's a winner.

  5. I found your quilt in "quilts and more" but I can't find the kit to buy anywhere! I can find lots of other patterns, but I really like the one with the "prairie point". Can you direct me to the link where I can purchase this kit? Also, I would really like it in queen size. is that possible??

  6. Hi Suzie,
    Kimberly at Fat Quarter Shop had kits, but they sold out. She has almost every print of the line here:

    The one print she is missing is on sale here:

    I hope that helps!

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