Small Wonders Quilt Pattern Club

January 26, 2018 1 Comment

Small Wonders Quilt Pattern Club

This month (January) the Small Wonders Club quilt pattern is called 'Rose of Thorns'. I am in love with this little quilt it has all my favourite colours in it and of course a little applique too. I think I'm also addicted to Flying Geese blocks, they are so cute in the border.

Rose Of Thorns measures 22 inches square and is perfect for decorating a table.

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Happy Stitching

Sharon




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Wendy Wallace
Wendy Wallace

September 05, 2018

Love your Small Wonders Quilt, can’t wait to try this one. Where can I purchase the pattern?

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