Pieces in the Garden Sew Along



“Bride’s Quilt”

Once upon a time, there was a little girl, who wore a bow in her hair.  When she grew up, she began a friendship with a young bachelor.  As the hours and days passed, they began to look at each other with stars in their eyes, and as their love grew, they thought about taking steps to the altar.  So, the young girl got out her spools of thread and made clothes to get ready for their wedding ring day.

After they are married, some of their times together will be bright as noon and others will be dark as night.  But they will try to share their happiness, their miseries and their chores – she grabbing a wrench to help with household repairs and he grabbing a towel to help with the dishes.  Sometimes they will have broken dishes, but they will try to remember that “things” can be replaced, whereas harsh words, possibly spoken about the broken dishes, could chip away love.  They will try to follow the Golden Rule as they are learning to communicate openly with each other.

They will also try to keep in mind the symbolism of Jacob’s ladder – “steps of communication” between themselves on earth and God in heaven.

Friendship Star

Teatime with TT and Kim

Bachelor Block

Teatime with TT & Kelvin

Hours Block

Teatime with TT & Karri

Stars Block

Love Block ~ BONUS

Steps to the Altar Block

Teatime with TT & Wendy

Spools Block

Teatime with TT & Rebecca

Wedding Ring Block

Noon & Night Block

Teatime with TT & Heather

Wrench Block

Broken Dishes

Jacob's Ladder

Teatime with TT ~ Halloween ~Bonus Block Flittering Leaf

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