My Wonky Rose Garden quilt came to be when once again my light blue bin of scraps was overflowing. I pulled little bits and strips from my pink, red, orange, yellow and purple bins to supplement. An impressionist style rose garden grew from those scraps. I must admit I’m pretty proud of that little garden.
I also have a lot of fun teaching it to others. I recently had the pleasure of teaching it to a fine group of ladies. Here are all there beautiful roses. Can’t wait to see how their gardens grow.
You can create your own rose garden. Where by the way no weeds will grow. Now that’s a bonus! Find my pattern here. Or I’d love to share this fun scrappy, improv method with your group. Contact me for details.
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What a perfect Spring quilt!
I love those roses…beautiful preview for springtime..hugs, Julierose
Beautiful Serendipitious (a word?) so clever. Clear and bright – wonderful color sense.
This reminds me of a quilt I made last year. We both have roses on light blue backgrounds but you have so many more of them. Love all the colors.
Those roses are beautiful.