Block of the Month - Springtime Garden
with Janet Goddard starting 13 July 2024

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Block Of The Month - Springtime Garden - with Janet Goddard

This quilt can be built up row by row and contains many elements found in a springtime garden including mosaic tiles, a variety of flowers and blooms, vines and leaves, dragonflies, butterflies and some hearts for good measure.

Lots of techniques are covered in the workshops including machine piecing, machine applique and folded patchwork.

Janet has made her quilt using fabrics in a grey, lime green and turquoise colour palette but it would work with practically any fabric combination that you like.

Students need to be able to use a rotary cutter and stitch an accurate ¼” seam.

Finished size approx:  68 1/2" x 74 1/2"  .

£144.00 for all 6 sessions.

Dates for 2024:

  • 13 July
  • 10 August
  • 14 September
  • 12 October
  • 9 November
  • 14 December

To view the rest of our upcoming workshops please click here 

In addition to spending your time crafting, Tudor Rose Patchwork offers a special lunchtime menu at O For Coffee for students.  You can choose from a selection of jacket potatoes, sandwiches, paninis, toasties and soups

Cancellation Policy:

  • Should Tudor Rose Patchwork have to cancel a workshop you will receive a full refund.
  • This is a six block session and if you cannot attend any days, then the pattern will be provided. 
  • Should you wish to cancel your attendance on the Block of the Month more than 30 days before the first workshop date you will receive a refund less our £5 administration fee.  Tudor Rose Patchwork may be able to transfer your booking to another date.
  • Should you wish to cancel your attendance on a workshop less than 30 days before the workshop date, your payment will only be refunded if we are able to fill your place, less our £5 administration fee. 
  • Patterns remain the property of the tutor and should not be copied, passed on or used for teaching purposes without  the permission of the tutor.