You did it! You made it to Week 5 of the Butterfly Garden sew along! This is our final week, which means we gather up our sweet butterflies and sew them together to make a multi-colored quilt garden! This week is very simple.
Hey hey and way to go getting to Week 4!! You are a week away from finishing the Butterfly Garden sew along — amazing!! And let me tell you, these next couple weeks are the absolute best. Not only do our sweet butterflies finally come together, the entire garden gets together in Week 5!
Welcome, my fellow butterfly lovers! Today we are starting a new adventure — the Butterfly Garden quilt sew along. Say goodbye to your gray chrysalis of the past and helloooooo to the fabulous color journey you are about to take!
I went on a meandering and beautiful color journey in preparation for this sew along.
We are so so excited to bring you this kid's butterfly tote bag tutorial based on the Butterfly Garden quilt pattern! Kim Vogelsang, the designer of this tote, is a long-time Suzy Quilts pattern tester. She surprised me with both an adult and matching mini butterfly tote when she mailed me her sample quilt for photographs!
This butterfly table runner tutorial is a fantastic way to use small scraps of fabric, refresh your dining space, and, if you're like me and have little kids running about, maybe even introduce your child to the beautiful world of sewing!
We are celebrating Memorial Day here at Suzy Quilts by showing you six different examples of red, white, and blue quilt patterns and why they work so well in this color scheme. Lilo Whitener-Fey, one of the founders of Modern Service Quilts, and owner of Trace Creek Quilting, has made three of the beautiful quilts seen here.