Locally Grown Picnic Quilt Along Series- Part 1

A new video quilt along is here! Who’s ready?!
We are working with the most adorable fabric collection ever!
Locally Grown by Marisa and Creative Thursday for Andover Fabrics  
Contact your local & independent quilt shops for this gorgeous collection!
If they don’t carry it you can find it online HERE.

This time around we are working on a picnic quilt! This project is perfect just in time for the warmer weather headed our way. 
Some quick details on the quilt we’ll be making:
– measures 64″ x 64″
– requires only one quilt block (repeated multiple times)
– super sized blocks for quick piecing
– super easy to make
– great beginner project
-cutting only squares and strips
-fun modern geometric design
Locally Grown Picnic Quilt design
Fabrics you’ll need are listed below… click on links for purchasing info.

 I like to give my picnic quilts special treatment with a little something extra that none of my other quilts get. To find out what my secret is… be sure to watch the video series HERE.

Learn all about this project and quilting tips and tricks by watching the video series.

Video #1 in the Locally Grown Picnic Quilt Series is now live HERE!

6 Responses to Locally Grown Picnic Quilt Along Series- Part 1

  1. Unknown March 25, 2013 at 12:15 pm #

    Your just great. You have grown so since I first time I happened upon your video. It was closest to your first. It was abot paper piecing. Anyway, I have picked
    Chateau Chambray by Renee Nanneman for Andover Fabrics
    Very pretty line. Haven’t done to many children quilts. It would be nice to have one ready for whatever might come up.

  2. C Fleyfel March 26, 2013 at 8:55 am #

    What a great idea! I love “Bubble and Swirl” and I plan to make a quilt with that fabric for my son who’s going overseas for his 6th year medicine studies end of this year. It looks like I’ll be making a quilt for myself if I get lucky and win “Locally Grown” bundle, wouldn’t that be wonderful. Thanks for all your wonderful videos on all kinds of sewing and I think your children are so sweet! You are a great mum Vanessa!

    Cherine

  3. deelish10 March 28, 2013 at 11:38 am #

    wow I really like the chickens you are showing! The videos are super and thanks for sharing the family and farm!

  4. Elena Bullion March 29, 2013 at 1:18 am #

    Elena
    I really like the patterns you have chosen. My kitchen is all done in chickens and roosters this project would complete my dining room wall I have been waiting for the right thing to come along. What better than a handmade wall hanging. I love all your tutorials as I am a beginner quilter.

  5. Jaia April 8, 2013 at 2:42 pm #

    I’m not usually into neutral colored fabrics, but the Chickadee collection is so adorable! I love the ones with the bird silhouettes. If I won, this would actually be my first quilt 🙂 My husband and I are trying to find an affordable homestead ourselves (which seems sadly impossible in the SF Bay Area!), but in the mean time the locally grown fabric would match our urban permaculture lifestyle just fine! All the best.

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