Friday, September 15, 2017

Sunflowers

The leaves are just beginning to change here in New Hampshire — hints of red, orange and yellow are peeking out of fading green.  But because I'm not quite ready for fall, and because these beauties are still in bloom...
 
 





 
... I think I'll keep my Sunflowers table runner out a little while longer.




You can find the pattern for Sunflowers in the current issue (Fall 2017) of Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine.  It's a great one for beginning quilters and perfect for late summer!  Happy quilting and enjoy the last days of summer!



7 comments:

  1. My daughter loves sunflowers -- her boyfriends family actually farms 6,000 acres every year in south Texas of sunflowers. . Beautiful table runner and colors giving the sunflower appearance ! Thanks for sharing

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  2. The sunflower farm sounds wonderful! I've driven by one once and was amazed!! Thank you for your comment, Monica!

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  3. Any luck finding the pattern so I have block sizes? Jr12598@hotmail.com

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    1. The pattern for Sunflowers is available in the Fall 2017 issue of Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine.

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    2. Just ordered my copy of the Primitive Magazine - am soooo anxious to get it. LOVE LOVE LOVE this pattern !

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  4. What fabric collection is used for this?

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  5. Beautiful sunflowers! How big are the blocks? Wondering about a quilt of sunflowers...

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