HELLO and WELCOME!
Today I am happy to reveal my block for
It's A Garden Party Row Along.
Marian from Seams To Be Sew is hosting this Row Along for the 6th year! She works for months planning and keeping us all on top of things. It's quite a popular event and every year more designers join. I'm in my 6th year to "row along" with her.
I want to thank Northcott fabrics for being a long-time sponsor and helping each of the designers by providing us with up to 1 yard of fabric to use in our blocks.
My choice this year was fat quarters of these 4 beautiful fabrics:
I want to tell you about the special happenings during this row along.
Of course, there is the free quilt pattern each designer is offering during their featured week.
Each designer will tell you about giveaways and/or discount codes that happen during their week of posting.
Electric Quilt Company
has a 20% off discount code
The code is GARDENPARTY20
Use the code to purchase products from the EQ website.
It is good for the entire time of the row along event!
EQ Cotton Lawn Inkjet Fabric Sheets
are my go-to sheets for any project where I am using photos. I've tried so many other brands of inkject fabric sheets, but EQ's are the best! They are easy to use and the feel of the sheets is so much like the quilting cottons I use.
This week only, and special to my blog,
(starts September 10, 2020/ Ends September 17, 2020)
is the chance to win a fat quarter bundle giveaway from
Wouldn't a bundle of fat quarters be a great addition to your stash?
This is a $20 value. The winner must pay shipping costs.
You can find out more about this bundle HERE.
Enter through Rafflecopter below and
please read all the rules for the giveaway at the bottom of my page.
And now, DRUM ROLL. . . .
Presenting to you, my Garden Welcome Wall block.
To get my pattern for free during the Row Along
On Monday, September 14, 2020,
I will give you some tips about how I worked with the pattern's 3-D flowers and adding flowers with a broderie perse method as another option.
I know you are excited to visit the other designers featured today.
They are listed below.
Please leave me a comment about your favorite flower or flower color.
It will give me an idea for my next flowers block.
And please read the guidelines for the Rafflecopter giveaways
at the bottom of the post.
Guidelines for Giveaways:
Giveaways offered by sponsors are assigned to the various bloggers/designers for their featured day.
There are no prior announcements on who is doing which sponsor except to the sponsor and blogger/designers themselves.
You’ll have to visit the blog or the featured blog to enter the giveaways.
Some giveaways can also be entered at Seams To Be Sew. You must have commented at the blog of the designer/blogger’s post to enter at Seams To Be Sew, Winners who win from entering at Seams To Be Sew will be checked for the comment. This does not mean that commenting at Seams To Be Sew will get you an entry, it doesn’t.
When you enter a give away that asks you to answer the question asked on the entry form, you do need to fill in that box. No answer means your winning entry will be ignored and canceled.
You are only allowed to enter once at each of the featured day sites. Giveaways are different at each site, thus you can enter those giveaways.
I will start announcing winners on September 15, 2020, and finish announcing winners on October 15, 2020.
You must give a valid email address when you enter the giveaways, any email returned to me, loses the ability to win automatically.
You are given 3 days to answer the email, if you do not answer within 3 days a new winner will be drawn. Check those spam/junk mail folders, you may miss that winning email if you don’t do so because there are no exceptions to this rule.
If you are notified that you are a winner, in all cases except for digital downloads and gift cards/certificates, you will need to provide your name, address, city, state, zip code, country, telephone number, and email address.
No purchase whatsoever is necessary.
You must be 18+ in order to win a gift.
You are responsible for claiming and paying any tax owed on the value of any gift that you win. Prizes valued at $500.00 should be claimed.
All winners are chosen at random.
All winners will be announced on the blogs via the Rafflecopter entry form and/or post by the blogger at the site where they won and here at Seams To Be Sew. All winners must allow for their first name and first initial of their last name to be announced on this blog.
Odds of Winning a prize are based on a total number of rafflecopter entries during each week and in total for all giveaways.
This giveaway is void where prohibited by law.
Participating bloggers/designers may enter any of the giveaways.
The word giveaways in the rules and guidelines are also known as sweepstakes.
I love a Granny Square block. Favorite flower is always a Sunflower. and yellow and blue are my favorite colors.
HI, Love the fabric and your pattern...you do lovely work was checking out your blog. Thanks.
Your row is really lovely. I really like how you did the flowers.
This row is beautiful. A happy welcome to all the visitors. Thanks for sharing, Heleen
Thank you for the beautiful welcome mini quilt you shared with us.
I absolutely love your pattern and am looking forward to your tips on creating the 3D flowers. Thank you so much.
I don't have a favorite quilt block pattern. If I had to choose it would be log cabin.
3-D is new for me. Thanks for this delightful pattern. I love so many flowers but I think hollyhocks are pretty awesome.
What a neat row!!
Love your row. My favorite quilt block is the half square triangle.
That’s beautiful, Nancy. I love the 3D of the leaves and flowers. I thought you would post your gorgeous gridster flower quilt! Just one favorite? My first love was a Grandmother’s Flower Garden so I’ll go with that.
Beautiful design - thank you for sharing it - looking forward to trying it! I love African violet and purples!!!
My fav quilt block pattern is the monkey wrench - so versatile!! And besides purples - polka dots of any flavor are especially fun!!!
Thank you for the wonderful block!
Love this! Thank you!
My favorite block is the log cabin! It can be placed in so many designs! And Yes, I read the rules!
Love your fabric choice. Thanks for sharing your talents!
This is beautiful.
What an amazing block. Thank you. Looking at my garden, I am partial to flowers that are in the pink to burgundy range. I also love Asiatic lilies. I don't have a favourite block pattern, but have a preference for applique, at the moment. :)
I must say I like MOST block patterns, LOL! Thanks for sharing your talent and hard work with us! Love your Welcome block!
oh but this is wonderful. thank you. i love the three dimensional effect.
Love your 3-D block! I love all blocks and all flowers. One of the most versatile blocks is the half square triangle. I love and grow many colors of alstromerias, they last and last in a bouquet.
So pretty! I've been wanting to experiment with more 3-D looks in quilts. I love all flowers, my favorites are dogwoods. Pinks and purples are my favorites.
Very nice, thank you! Love the block!
I've been thinking about this a lot today. I was packing my car in advance of evacuating due to wildfires. I decided to take only two quilts and both were log cabins. So that may be my favorite block, maybe because when I piece it I tend to use many of my favorite fabrics, so it becomes a sentimental treasure right away.
Thank you for the wonderful pattern and the chance to win the gorgeous TT fabric bundle. My favorite quilt pattern is 54-40 or Fight set on point. The star looks like a totally different block when set on point.
Thank you for your great block. I love the HST (half square triangle) - it can be used so many ways.
My favourite block is the Log Cabin and I like to make them wonky...it’s a great way to use scrap fabrics!
This is such a refreshingly different block. Thank you so much for your time and effort in creating it and offering it to us during the row along. I would have to say my favorite quilt block is the log cabin. Probably because there are so many different layouts.
Thank you for this beautiful pattern and the opportunity to learn more about how you designed it. My favorite block is flying geese. I do better with paper pieced geese than traditional pieced. Thanks to your sponsors for such wonderful gifts.
I have always been partial to the log cabin block. What a sweet pattern you created. Thanks for sharing!
My favorite is the feathered star block.
That's a tough question! I like applique or star blocks.
How unique. I love the 3-d flowers. I will definitely see your tips on how to.
Thanks so Much
Elizabeth Silverdale, WA
sisters choice is my favorite block. I love all flowers, but my favorites are Clematis and Iris. I love your garden block!
I like your pattern. The flowers are great!
Very interesting! I look forward to learning more about 3D effects. Thank you for sharing. I love sunflowers and geraniums. Color of flowers, though I love a variety of types and colors, I lean towards pinks and purples.
Flower blocks are one of my favorites, so this is a fun one to do!
Wonderful block. Thank you so much
What a cool Row!! Wow!! love it! My favorite quilt block right now is the Churn Dash :) Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way :)
Sweet peas and lilacs are my favourites. Thanks
Nice to see all the creative minds at work! pjrquilter at msn dot com
My favorite flowers right now are my giant hibiscus! They are bright, beautiful red dinner-plate sized blooms with yellow stamens. Thank you for such a cool block! Dimensional flowers are new to me, can’t wait to try it.
You hit it out of the ballpark with this row! It is absolutely gorgeous! Looking forward to it becoming part of my garden.
I don't really have a favorite pattern, I like to do paper pieced blocks. I did read the rules and understand them. Thank you for the chance to win.
So excited when I saw your wonderful 3D flowers - thank you so much!! What a special garden party, but my favourite flowers have to be poppies.
I love flowers of any colour. Pink, white, red, yellow, purple - difficult to choose. Hydrangea that has a range of colours is a favourite of mine.
I love that you made a quilt for the yard, I will try that. My favorite block is Log Cabin
Thank you for sharing your garden row with us! I have trouble choosing a favorite quilt block, but I've always loved Mariner's compass quilts.
I love the Friendship Star & have used it in several quilts. Great giveaway. Thanks
I'm new here and am loving looking at all your great creativity!
My favorite block depends on my mood but star blocks are always fun. thanks for the very cute pattern
My favorite block depends on my mood but star blocks are always fun. thanks for the very cute pattern
I really don't have a favorite block. I select pattern and color based on the person who is going to receive the quilt. Nancy Angerer: SewingGranda@gmail.com
I like celtic styles of quilt blocks.
Heya Nancy, so sorry I'm getting here so late. I love this row and how fun it is. Incorporating fun dimensional techniques to really get those flowers to give that realistic look. Just wonderful and the tutorial you did today is also just fabulous. I've never tried doing the stems like that, but wow, so so clever. As always its so nice to have you in the row along again this year. Gives me Joy, thank you so much for participating.
Lots of favorites, but the one that comes to mind is the Ohio Star.
I like Star blocks, and almost all fabric!
I love the three dimensional aspects of this block. Thank you.
Great block! What a lovely welcome to a garden. To answer the question in the rafflecopter, I think I am hooked on HSTs!
I really love the Sawtooth Star block, it's so versatile! Your block is wonderful, I love the look of the 3D flowers, so artistic!
This is such an incredible block that's a work of art. It's amazing...thanks for sharing!
I love the idea of 3D flowers on a quilt. Thanks for showing your method of making them. My favorite flower is a purple iris - so delicate.
Love your block. I may need to make a few of these for gifts. Oh man, the thinks I keep adding to my to do list.
Your row us so very lovely.
Thank you for this pattern - I love 3D effects on quilts and can't wait to give your flowers a go.
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