Sew in Love {with fabric} Blog Hop: Flower Favorites

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Hello Friends!  Things are slowly spinning back to normal at my end now that our overseas and out-of-state guests have departed.  I am starting the process of catching up with people on my long list of people to write.  You will also start to see more regular blog postings.  And of course, I hope that my Northern Hemisphere friends are enjoying the May flowers brought by the April showers.

I so wished I had dressed Miss Baby in yellow to make that lone yellow tulip to not feel so conspicuous!

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I am happy to share with you a tutorial to make my “window pane” block at Sew in Love {with fabric} blog.  Do head on over there to read about how I deal with small patches in my pieced block(s), among a few other tips and tricks.

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I had used the block in my Midori’s Place design using Benartex’s Gramercy fabric collection.

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Sew, do tell me – what your favorite spring flower is!

Thanks for stopping by.  I shall chat with you again tomorrow!  Have a most blessed day.

FREE PATTERN: View on Lexington

Hello Friends,  things are a little on the crazy and stressful side as I am working hard to push a few quilts out the door!  So, please forgive me if I am scarce.  Nonetheless, I am happy to share with you my first free pattern of the year, View on Lexington.

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View on Lexington is designed using a newly released Benartex fabric line, Gramercy.  There are some very beautiful, but different looking florals in this line.

Click here to view the fabric range in its entirety.

Click here to download the free pattern instructions.

Curious mind wants to know what you think of the Gramercy floral fabrics.

Thanks for stopping by.  Please know that I appreciate your friendships as always!  Hugs to you all.

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2014 free downloadable pattern lineup:

January: View on Lexington using Gramercy by Benartex

January: Everything’s Coming Up Rosey using English Rosey by Benartex