Andrew Low House Quilt Block PDF Pattern Paper Foundation Piecing
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PDF pattern for a Paper Foundation Pieced Quilt Block
Pattern makes a 12" block. Includes a color photo of the block and the entire Savannah Quilt (12 separate blcok patterns), foundation patterns, layout and color key, finishing instrucions, and embroidery details PLUS How to Paper Foundation PIece with color photos.
The Andrew Low House is one of my Historic Savannah Quilt Squares - a collection of Historic Savannah buildings in paper-foundation pieced 12” blocks. Combine to make an entire quilt!
This example of classical mid-19th century architecture was designed by John Norris for Andrew Low, a wealthy cotton merchant. It has hosted several historic notables, including William Makepeace Thackery and General Robert E. Lee. Here, in 1912, Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout troop in the United States. It was her home until her death in 1927.
PLEASE NOTE: this is a listing for the pattern, not completed quilt. The pattern is for ONE block, not the entire Savannah Quilt.
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655 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
I made this book bag for my niece's 11th birthday. Turned out so cute! I jazzed up the outside with ribbon accent and "groovy" flowers. I guess tie-dye and 70s style is back in style.
This pattern was extremely easy to follow! The pictures are great and the explanations are very helpful! Very impressed with this. I have almost finished my purse. The part that takes the longest is getting everything cut out and interfaced. The rest went very quickly!
Really easy to follow. Fabric glue did not work so I used shoe goo instead. I made the straps longer.
Love this pattern! So easy to follow and very functional. I even added Velcro straps on the sides of the unicorn purse so my granddaughter could carry her Barbie dolls. Thank you!!
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