FREE Redwork Pattern – Friends at My Garden Gate

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This adorable redwork quilt pattern by Betty Alderman features many of the interesting friends found in her own garden. Wouldn’t this be pretty in a child’s room or in a cottage decor? Of course, you can use your favorite colors and fabrics for a quilt all your own.

Click here to download this FREE pattern.

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Thank you for sharing.

Thank you for sharing

You offer a free pattern “Friends from my garden” but I cannot download it. The program keeps goinginto a loop.

Hi Barbara. I will send a PDF of the pattern to your email address. Sylvia Thomas, AQS Administrative Assistant (sylvia@aqsquilt.com)

Jill Lorimer

Love these designs, can see lots of uses for them.Thanks for sharing them with us all.

I have a problem with download/printing of the pattern. I really would like to do this and any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks sew much!

Rita, I have sent the pattern to your email address. Let me know if you need anything else. Sylvia Thomas

joycemft

Thanks for the pattern so cute

Wilma

Thank you for this wonderful quilt. Anxious to sew it up.

Chyree Rohde-Lincoln

Love the pattern; can’t download it though. Thanks for your help

Chyree, I will send a PDF of the pattern to your email address. Sylvia Thomas, AQS Administrative Assistant, sylvia@aqsquilt.com

Vivian

Love it! Thank you for sharing!

Patricia Faye

Thank you for sharing this! Love it

Cathy W

What a sweet quilt. I just love the little creatures around the border. I love redwork quilts and thank you so very much for letting us use your patterns, Thank you, thank you.

Karen McS

Thank you! Very sweet pattern.

Karen McS

Thank you! The pattern is lovely with very sweet animals!

Suzanne R

Thank you for sharing this adorable pattern!

Jennifer G

Very cute pattern! Were you in my garden when you designed it? Looks like it. Thank you for sharing your creativity.