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|What began as a fascination with fabric turned into a “quilting bug” that took on a life of its own. The result? A one-woman educational enterprise called Patchwork Schoolhouse.
Joanne Middleton first caught the quilting bug in 1988 when a “Quilt in an Afternoon” class turned into a lifelong love affair. Since then, Joanne has made over 300 personal quilts in various sizes; her longarm quilt tally has just past the 500 quilt mark (customer and charity quilts). She began teaching in 1996 because she was spending so much time at the local quilt shop they insisted that she move in or start teaching! Read More
FREE Get All Your Geese in a Row Quilt Pattern by Joanne
This colorful quilt has a charming style that we love! Joanne Middleton is a skillful designer and experienced quilter who loves teaching the art of quilting. She has created an excellent step-by-step tutorial and pattern for this quilt (and offers several other freebies on her site--see the link below) and this will make a great project for quilters of intermediate level and up. More from Joanne:
"Using Flying Geese units in a strippy set is a great way to use up some of your scraps. Add a bit of appliqué & you’ve got a great project for any time of the year!
"It's my pleasure to share a few designs with you! These beautiful, traditional blocks have been set with a modern twist & will add sparkle to your collection of quilts. As they have been part of my teaching curriculum for several years, each pattern comes complete with all instructions required - from yardage to cutting to quilting suggestions. Enjoy!
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About 39" x 43" (99cm x 109cm)
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