Poppy Fields Download

Posted by Ruth on 23 July 2013 | 3 Comments

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One of the first classes I taught on my first trip to America was "Poppy Fields" which is a pattern Jan Blanchet designed. That was way back in 2002 and it is still a popular pattern today.

Poppy Fields

The Poppy Fields class I taught was in Arizona and I have a photo of some of my students working on their pieces. Perhaps you recognize them!

2003 class in Arizona

One lady made hers with yellow poppies which looks rather nice. Unfortunately I never got to see this one finished.

Poppy Fields in yellow

Today we extended this pattern into a download for purchase, just so you could get it sooner because I know you'd love to make it. The quilt is 21" x 17", the perfect size for a wall hanging where you are limited with space. The project isn't hard to make and lots of fun. 

You can purchase the download here: Download Poppy Fields

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  • Thank you Connie and Edna, I do have wonderful memories too. Ten years ago this year! I will never forget asking Mike for lemonade in my vodka, and then you Connie saying you had some powered stuff... I wondered what on earth lol. It took us a whole 24 hours to realize I was meaning Sprite.

    Posted by Ruth, 29/07/2013 10:00pm (7 years ago)

  • I recognize my back side and all the other ladies that are pictured in the class. I still have my Poppy Quilt and several others made in workshops with Ruth and have fond memories of the classes.

    Posted by Edna , 29/07/2013 12:38am (7 years ago)

  • What fun we had in your classes on that trip!! It was such an honor to host you and introduce you to American quilters--and American freeways and our "crazy" American accent! Many happy memories!
    No one is prouder of your success in America than we are!

    Posted by Connie, 28/07/2013 11:08pm (7 years ago)

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