The Dutch Garden quilt is the Block of the Month for 2022 inside the IAQ.
Starting in January – ending in December.
January – materials gathering, February – first sewing starts!
Patterns & Sections are released the first Tuesday of each month. Pdf’s will be provided so you can save & print if you’d like.
Each month you’ll be sewing blocks for the full quilt, completing the top by the end of the year!
The center block features applique and there are some repeating blocks in the medallion style quilt.
Finished Quilt Size: 72″ X 72″
This was such a cute doll. The pattern was so easy to read and complete. I will be supporting this business again. Thank you!!
Such a fun and easy to make Halloween Mug Rug! Gather your white and white and black scraps of fabric and GO!
Very cute and the instructions are very clear.
Have not tried it yet
I am a pensioner in South Africa and really wanting to make the elf for my granddaughter you say the temples is free but when I click on it it tells me I have to pay for it. Please help me
Thanks so much! Great clear pattern.
I found it and I will probably just look at it for a time because I have never quilted anything.
This pattern was easy to follow and it's much cheaper to make one than it is to buy one already made.
Very easy to follow. Great scrap buster
Disappearing Quilt Blocks ebook & QAL
It’s great. Thank you so much.
Haven’t made it yet but it’s on my list!!
Wonderful. Can’t wait to try the patterns. Exactly as I wish them to be.
Love this pattern, can't wait to do this when I've finished my Christmas quilting.
I love the look of these adorable dolls which is why I bought the pattern but the directions are terrible. They are massively lacking in detail and description and I'm not a novice at sewing. There's more detail on how to stuff the pipe cleaner in the arms than there is on how to attach the arms themselves.
It would be great if your directions referenced photos and though some do, other directions are just plain vague. I can't imagine there hasn't had a lot of complaints about this honestly and I'm not really a big complainer. I read the directions I don't know how many times, and I still can't figure out how the hair is attached (before or after you sew the front and back of the head and body together or after) or how the arms or the legs are to be attached.
I'm very frustrated at this point because I was hoping I'd be a lot further along by now. I'll update this once I hear back from the artist/maker and I'm really hoping she can help me out and maybe refine the directions so making this can be fun instead of the headache it currently is turning out to be. More to come....
Hi! I'm Becky
I am a 2nd generation quilter. My hands have always been busy and I love to touch all the fabric. Starting with X stitch and embroidery when I was eight to finding quilting with my first child. I found that quilting was good for my soul.
I am not the most perfect quilter, and have many blocks without points and spinning the wrong direction. But for me it is not about perfection, but the process, the learning and experimenting.
Quilting tends to be a forever journey and keeping up with tips, techniques and others is always growing – the need for having a resource I can use and add to is something I needed and have enjoyed buildin