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Grandmother's Garden Patterns


Grandmother's Garden

I remember as a child eating snickerdoodles, and listening to my grandmother
lament about her peach tree having so many small, hard, and not very sweet
peaches. She was right, those peaches were lousy for eating just plain,
but made the most wonderful jams and jellies.

A friend of mine started quilting recently, which made me think of
the classic Grandmother's Garden pattern, and I decided to graph it out
for beads, it's a fairly simple pattern, and you have my permission to
make it up for gifts or for sale.







Amulet bag pattern, worked in tubular peyote.









Brick Stitched Earring pattern










Repeating pattern for bracelets, straps, barrettes, or whatever.


If you'd like to learn more about quilting, I'd like to recommend looking
at BellaOnline's
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