There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know. This Row Along is hosted by Marian Pena at Seams to Be Sew. Every few days there will be several rows released. The rows are free to download. Below are the released blocks by release date. Enjoy!!!
Blue Heron's Row is fun and colorful garden visitors.
Carolyn Butterfield is hosted by Just Let Me Quilt's blog. This adorable Highland cow is a perfect addition to any garden quilt.
Sew, so cute this slow-moving garden addition is just adorable. Better be careful in a French garden, little friend.
Winged visitors to these beautiful blooms will add pizzazz to any row quilt. Coneflowers are always a joyful garden member
Here comes the Sun!! A sunny blooming block for your row along. Big and beautiful.
Sunny friends peeking over the fence for a chat.
Poppies, poppies, poppies!!! What a lovely and cheerful row of these gorgeous blooms
Sweet interpretation of lovely 3-dimensional flowers climbing the garden wall
A serene display of happy daisies and some fluttering visitors flying by.
Plaid feeling adorable flowers in sunny bright colors to make you feel cheerful.
Grandma's Flower Garden flowers and an appropriate garden command; "Bloom"
Everything you would need to tend a garden laid out for proper use in a style fitting for Martha Stewart herself. Blocks could be divided and repeated throughout the quilt.
Look at these cute garden visitors. A bird, a bandit, and "Flower" from Bambi. All three ready for a summer party.
A rainbow of sweet blooms in ascending size order. Makes my heart sing and my soul smile.
These happy tulips are called "Joy comes in the Morning." What a sweet sentiment for such a stunning row. Tulips always look happy and remind me of spring.
Sorry for the delay. This cute row is a first year entry from Fabric Bash. Comments for this row to be made at Seams 2B Sew website, please.
A stone wall and trellis with two climbers welcoming visitors and the morning.
A garden privacy fence with a barn quilt is the perfect place for a private summer picnic.
Pinwheel Posy Parade is a stunning addition to any row quilt. These two-tone posies can be configured into a multitude of beautiful rainbow hues. Repeating this row could make one amazing border.
Free as a Bird will liven up any garden. Chubby Bluebirds perched around the garden makes me chuckle. Enjoy this adorable row.
Sweet Birds on a Wire. Having a rest above the garden. Go see what Heleen Pinkster has designed.
Happy little blossoms climbing the wall. Patti's Patchwork has a lovely tutorial on her blog to accompany her pattern.
A unique and divinely inspired way to achieve dragonflies. This pattern writer truly thought outside the box. Go discover how she made her dragonfly row.
I'd like to be under the sea, in an octopus's garden. Well, that is exactly where you'll be working on Scrapdash's row for the Garden Row Along. An octopus's garden it is.
Your Sewing Friend has included a full set of wonderful garden friends in her row. Hop over to find all your sweet and helpful garden friends.
Charisma's Corner reminds us to grow where we are planted. She shares her plant row with us. She has a pattern available for the plant and grow together. Stop by her site for all the details.
A fun and happy foundation paper pieced row. Great addition to any Garden Row quilt.
Kathryn over at Dragonfly's Quilting Design Studio never fails to amaze. She added a gorgeous and seasonally appropriate row to our garden. Buzz by and look around her site.
Are you an applique and/or an English paper piecing fan? Then this is the garden row for you. Kathy combines both of these techniques in her row. Wonderful for a quilter who likes hand work.
How does your garden grow? Mountain Meadow designed a drought-tolerant Southwestern garden complete with a garden visitor.
On Tuesday and Thursday of this week more rows will premier!!! Visit the following Blogs in our It's a Garden Party Row Along Blog Hop on Tuesday September 29, 2020 to be eligible for Rafflecopter prizes and be the first of your friends to have the rows.
Cynthia's Creating Ark - Miss Loreen's Schoolhouse - Moose Stash Quilting - Tuning My Heart Quilts - Cheryl LaPlante
On Thursday October 1, 2020, visit these blogs for the Rafflecopter drawings and row premiers:
Barbara Dieges - Linda B Creative - HERE ME!!!! HERE Orange Blossom Quilt Design Studio - Sunflower Stitcheries and Quilting - Ursa Minor