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Childs Garden Quilt Pattern
By Pink Hippo Quilts

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  • 68" by 68"
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  • Intermediate

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 The quilt pattern for this quilt is known by some as the orange peel block and by others as a melon patch seed block.  By either name it makes a delightful quilt.  The appliqued flowers in the sashing make the overall quilt very appealing and fun to make.  Rather than curved piecing, this quilt is made totally by applique and makes up quickly.  I used a needle turn method for the sample, but all other applique methods would work as well.  This quilt was featured in the book Stars VIII published by Kansas City Star Quilts.

Quilt Size - 68" by 68"

Finished Block Size – 4.5"

This quilt was made with “Penny Lane” Fabric designed and distributed by Deena Rutter for My Mind’s Eye and Riley Blake Designs. ©2011 Pink Hippo Quilts. All rights reserved. | Cover Quilt by Marian Gallian

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Pink Hippo Quilts

Marian Gallian I have a passion for quilting which sustains me through all life’s joys and trials. My mom and my aunt both made beautiful quilts and they were my inspiration.I am a compulsive quilter and I now spend most of my time designing new quilts, traveling to classes, writing quilt patterns and teaching others to quilt. I usually work on at least 6 quilts at any one time, each in various stages of completion. I am the Co-Author of Dresden Carnival, released by C & T Publication in Dpring 2016.I have studied under Margaret J. Miller, Jane Sassaman, Linda Taylor, Nancy Johnson-Srebro, Blanche Young, Evelyn Sloppy, Liz Porter, Jan Mullen, Ricky Tims, Pepper Cory, Vicki Pignatelli, Flavin Glover, Laura Wasilowski, and Libby Lehman to name a few. I graduated from the University of San Francisco with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration in 1969 and received my CPA certificate in 1972. I have a strong foundation in math which I think is why quilting is so pleasing to me. I am proud to be a Grandmother and have 14 granddaughters and 8 grandsons. I keep busy making sure all have quilts made by Grandma.