QUILT INFO

The quilt block shown is made from a pattern called "Garden of Hollyhocks" and is found in Norma Whaley's book "Sweet and Simple".

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Linda Brannock's Flowers

I am participating in a new sew-along with Cathy from Big Lake Quilter blog.  We are making two blocks a month using Linda Brannock's "Flowers" pattern.  The first block name is titled "Blue Plaid Tulips".  Here is my block. It was an easy one to stitch as the pieces are large.


Linda Brannock passed away a while back.  A few of the individual patterns are available on E-Bay but I do not know of anywhere to purchase the complete pattern set.  Just keep checking if you are interested in finding one.

Karen

25 comments:

  1. I can't believe how much our blocks look the same. Great job. I can't wait to see your next block. Hugs

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  2. Love it - and how fun to be stitching with a friend!

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  3. That's a great block. It will be fun watching both of you progress on it.

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  4. Karen este edredón es precioso,
    me gustan los diseños de linda.
    estaré atenta a tus publicaciones
    saludos

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  5. Lovely block such a graceful pattern..love the swooping stems..and that bit of yellow banding just makes it for sure...nice work hugs, Julierose

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  6. It's always fun to be stitching along with someone else. Your block looks lovely. --Andrea

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  7. Lovely prim block. You find the best stuff to work on.

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  8. Such a nice block! Can't wait to watch your next adventure! :o)

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  9. Just came from Cathy's blog. I look forward to watching the two of you make this together. Love the blue plaid tulips! : )

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  10. What a sweet and cheerful block!
    I look forward to following your progress on this quilt.

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  11. Nice block. I like the fabric you used for the flowers. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. Beautiful block and I do love her patterns, have a few of her books.

    Debbie

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  13. Both you and Cathy have made delightful blocks. It will another fun project.

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  14. Very pretty block. Will go check out Cathy's blog about this qal :)

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  15. what a fun sew along! that gingham is zippy and sweet!

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  16. Love the blue checkerboard fabric you chose for you flowers fun to see the similarities and differences in your blocks. Wonder what the next installment will bring!

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  17. Hi Karen. Cute little block. I didn't know Linda Brannock died. What a difference she and the gang at Red Wagon made in my quilting journey. There is a huge part of me that will always love folk art quilts.

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  18. Beautiful flowers! How long are they and what size is the background?

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  19. That is so lovely! Mom (gone 2 years now) would love it!!!
    Karmen Sunshine

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