This is a fun quilt project that will make you feel like spring is right around the corner. The Wildflowers tutorial would be great as a pillow, baby quilt, or added as a row in a quilt.
Where is your happy place? Everyone who knows me knows that I am always happy when I’m in my quilt room. When I’m outside, I enjoy taking care of my flowers so for this blog hop I chose that as my happy place.
Today I get to share my Wild Flowers row as part of the My Happy Place Row Along put on by Seams To Be Sew. Thank you, Marian, for all of the work you put into your blog hops!
Northcott generously supplied me with the fabrics for my Wild Rows Flowers row. I chose their beautiful Single Colorway collection. In my pattern, I have included each fabric number so you can get the same exact fabrics.
I also used my favorite Aurifil threads and keep reading as my giveaway today is an Aurifil thread collection!
I decided to make my row into a long wall hanging or I may end up using it on one of our tables.
I always sew my binding on with my vintage 15-91 Singer sewing machine and I used the little wonder clips to keep the folded for this project.
Here is a closeup of one of the blocks. There are actually three blocks in my Wild Rows Flower row. I applied Heat n Bond Lite to the fabrics I used for my applique flowers. The applique is just a simple raw-edge free motion stitching around the pieces.
I hope you like my Wild Rows Flower quilt project and if you make it I would love to see a picture of it! It would be great to combine in a row quilt with several of the other beautiful rows included in this blog hop.
You can download the free pattern in my library.
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