Garden Party Blog Hop – Day 7

Paper Pieced Pattern-A-Day Garden Party Blog Hop

Welcome to Day 7 of Sewhooked’s Paper Pieced Pattern-A-Day Garden Party Blog Hop!

Today I’m giving away the Week One prize pack…make sure you scroll down for the winner!

Today’s pattern comes to you from Jill over at Apple Avenue Quilts. She brings you Bloom, a lovely addition to our garden party!

Paper Pieced Pattern-A-Day Garden Party Blog Hop - April 7

Click here to read more about Bloom and to print the downloadable pattern.

Jill also shares a project for her block and she’s having a giveaway, so don’t miss her post!

Photos from my garden, April 2012

Today’s the day for our Week One winner! The Week Two prize pack will be announced tomorrow.

Please note:  Only Flickr participants are eligible for the Sewhooked weekly Blog Hop prize. Participants receive one entry for each block completed and shared via Flickr and are chosen in a random drawing.

Garden Party Blog Hop - Week 1 Prize

Week One PrizeHolly Jolly pattern set and three fat quarters to get you on your way to making these fun blocks! Holly Jolly includes: Lil’ St. Nick, Santa’s Helper, Lil’ Mrs. Claus, Wonky Lil’ Christmas Tree and Wee Lil’ Penguin. Each block is 5″ finished.

The Winner Is


and her version of Music Notes

Music Notes....

Thank you so much to everyone that shared photos this week. It’s been great fun for ALL the designers to see your blocks!
Previous Blog Hop Posts:

  1. Soma, Whims & FanciesMusic Notes
  2. Jennifer, All Things BelleSummer Sweetness
  3. Aalia, Joy of StitchesGarden Gate
  4. Schenley, Margaret’s Violet
  5. Megan, Monkey BeansGarden Party
  6. Lilja, liljabs: Bluebird



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6 thoughts on “Garden Party Blog Hop – Day 7

  1. Carolyn Champion

    Thank you for sharing your quilt block designs. I’m really taken by them…the ones I’ve fallen for are not so complicated but so neat and eye catching. Can hardly wait to get started on them…I’m new to pattern piecing and I think these will be fairly easy to follow. Thank you again. Smiles Carolyn

  2. Kate

    I am totally hopeless at paper piecing … I’ve tried and tried. However, I’m enjoying seeing all these lovely patterns this month.

    1. Jennifer Ofenstein Post author

      I wish I could give you some one on one help! I teach paper piecing at a local quilt shop as well as online and have been able to help several people that have said the same thing as you.

      I do teach a full-length online workshop that walks you through, step by step as part of STITCHED. STITCHED is a subscription-based site with over 20 workshops by professional instructors that are there to help every step of the way. Just a thought!

      If not, I do hope you continue to enjoy the patterns. 🙂


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