Welcome to the Let's Bee Social!
What am I working on this week?
I am working away on my blocks for the Farm Friends quilt pattern.
In addition to the Horses, Cows and Billy Goats from last week, I have finished all 6 Pigs, Ducks, Chicks and Dogs needed for the Full Farm setting.
I also have all my Sheep, Baby Cows and Cat blocks finished.
The Farm Friends pattern is now available!!!
- Baby Farm finishes at 40" x 45"
- Cows finishes at 40" x 45"
- Horses finishes 40" x 53"
- Full Farm finishes at 83" x 88"
Farm Friends is an 11 page pdf quilt pattern, made using traditional piecing methods. No templates. No paper piecing. Only simple straight line sewing and diagonal seams. Pattern includes material requirements lists for each of the four size settings and charts for each quilt block.
DOG blocks finish at 10” wide by 7” tall
PIG blocks finish at 10” wide by 8” tall
SHEEP blocks finish at 9” wide by 8” tall
CAT blocks finish at 6” wide by 7” tall
BILLY GOAT blocks finish at 10” wide by 10” tall
CHICK blocks finish at 4” wide by 5” tall
BABY COW blocks finish at 10” wide by 9” tall
DUCK blocks finish at 4” wide by 6” tall
BIG COW blocks finish at 12” wide by 10” tall
HORSE blocks finish at 6” wide by 11” tall
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Your Farm friends are adorable, Lorna! I think the pig is the sweetest))).
Oh Lorna - this pattern is a must have!! Love all of your farm animals! Great designs!
I love to see your animal blocks and how much detail you put into them. You must really enjoy what you are doing - well done and keep up the good work :)
I see that your place has a new look. Very nice! You've been working hard on your animals too and they're all beautiful. Your sheep is so cute!
Have a good day!
The Farm Friends blocks are so cute!
I can't wait to see your quilts in person when you come to our guild in November! Those pigs are adorable!
All of your animals look so friendly! Waiting impatiently for the flowers quilt! Have a great day!
I love your Farm Friends quilts! When you do your trunk shows, I guess you take patterns to sell?
All of those animals are so fun, Lorna! And you are so productive! I wish I could accomplish that much in one week :)
love all your cute animals. I am pretty much working on two quilts right now but have 4 in the works.
Simply adorable, Lorna. Your critters always amaze me and I look forward to seeing these little farm friends come together in your quilt.
Your newest pattern , Farm Friends, is so SUPER CUTE with all of these farm animals!! I am amazed at how you can create all of these animals, with cuteness and fun in each animal!
This must be a pattern near and dear to you! Congrats on another super cute pattern! It makes my day to be able to join in the party today!! Yay!!
Lorna: You have some of the cutest farm and forest designs I have seen in a long time. Actually, I love all your designs. Have you done any on Cats? Thanks for sharing.
I really like the flower quilt that is coming soon and well as the farm friends.
Your farm animals are so cute! Love the billy goat one ..and the cow...and the horse...oh, heck I love them all!
Such a happy quilt! I should make one. It may be the closest I ever come to living on a farm! Thanks for the linky.
So pleased to read that the Farm Friends pattern is available!!
Oh you naughty girl sneaking this out on me. I thought I was going to be first! LOL So thrilled it's ready and I've already purchased and downloaded my copy and I'm going to print immediately!
These blocks are so cute ♥
These blocks are ever so cute Lorna! The whole quilt is going to be so much fun to see.
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