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QUILT PATTERN GIVEAWAY! LOUISA GARDEN QUILT PATTERN

by Carla A. Canonico

This week’s charming giveaway… a Hemma Design – Louisa Garden Quilt Pattern!!!

Enter our FREE giveaway contestfor your chance to win the charming Hemma Design – Louisa Garden Quilt Pattern!!!

Easy-to-follow illustrated instructions show how to machine sew flower blocks and piece hexagons together. Quilting diagrams included. Fabric: “summer home” by Hemma Design.

“At Hemma Design we love to share design ideas and handy tips for making it yourself. Some of these ideas we’ve discovered or created on our own, but we must admit that most of the ideas are rooted in handicrafts and household tips taught to us by our mothers and grandmothers.”

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8 comments

Sarah August 13, 2014 - 1:31 am

I would like to be entered to win this. It is beautiful!

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Alison August 12, 2014 - 1:07 pm

This would make a beautiful quilt for my daughter. Winning the pattern for free would make it even better.

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Gill August 12, 2014 - 11:42 am

I love sewing hexies by hand but I’d love to learn how to sew them by machine – great pattern!!

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Carla A. Canonico August 12, 2014 - 1:51 pm

Hi Gill, in our post https://quiltsocial.com/designing-with-hexagons-threads-and-the-blanket-stitch/
Christine Baker has a few tips on how to sew hexagons by machine, under the heading Machine Applique using the Blanket Stitch. I hope this helps.

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Kathy Davis August 12, 2014 - 10:27 am

I would love to win the LOUISA GARDEN QUILT pattern. Thanks, Kathy

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Carla A. Canonico August 12, 2014 - 11:04 am

I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you! Make sure you click all the entries!!!!! Increase your chances!

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Christine August 10, 2014 - 7:28 am

Hexagons are my favourite ‘take with me’ project and I love the look of them. Louisa Garden has a lot of appeal for me.

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Carla A. Canonico August 12, 2014 - 11:06 am

Yes, even in the knitting circle, we knit hexagons to make a knitted quilt! So fascinating on all the craft mediums! And you’re right, they’re so portable. Good Luck with the draw!

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