Garden Spikes Quilt Tutorial


Posted on August 16th, by Amy in finished quilt, Tutorial. 10 comments

Not here!  I’m over at Fat Quarterly today sharing this free pattern too!

Garden Spikes is my original quilt pattern made with the fabulous Fandango prints!

Enjoy~

Amy





10 thoughts on “Garden Spikes Quilt Tutorial

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    Lindsay says:

    Amy, you are awesome! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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    Sarah Craig says:

    What a great quilt! Can’t wait to try this pattern!!

  4. 4

    This is a great quilt pattern, Amy. Thanks so much!

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    Tove says:

    I so wish someone around here had order this for their shop so far no luck. I’m still checking. I love this print!!!!!!!!

    Quilt is awsome~~!!!!

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    [...] have made, not one, but two quilts with this fat quarter bundle!  Surprisingly, there’s lots left – I [...]

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    SallyB says:

    I’m too late by the looks. :(
    Neither link works …the page is not available.
    Shame as I LOVED this quilt x

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    Hey there great blog! Does running a blog like this take a massive amount
    work? I have virtually no expertise in programming but I was hoping to start my own blog soon.
    Anyhow, should you have any suggestions or techniques for new blog owners please share.
    I know this is off subject but I just needed to ask. Cheers!

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    Natalie says:

    Hi! Any chance you could say which solids you used on this? I know the link to the tutorial is not working and I haven’t been able – yet – to find any more of the Alhambra Azul, the patterns of yellows or browns…

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