PREORDER – Flower Fest – Printed Pattern and Paper Pieces Bundle



A modern take on the Grandmother’s Flower Garden pattern, this quilt is part EPP, part traditional piecing, and all parts adorable! English Paper Pieced (EPP) hexie flowers are attached to machine-pieced large hexagons to create a bold, happy quilt. Perfect for picnics or summer fun!

Bundle Includes:
-Printed Pattern (in color)
-175 hexagon paper pieces (enough to make flowers for entire quilt)
-EPP for Beginners Guide (printed in color)
-Printed large hexagon template on cardstock
-Coloring page
-Link to downloadable PDF + cutting machine files

Finished size: Throw Size (56″ x 63″) with guidance for larger and smaller sizes

Skill level: Adventurous Beginner. Previous quilting experience recommended. This pattern includes an EPP for Beginner’s Guide to help anyone still learning how to English Paper Piece.

Shipping Included. Ships only to US addresses (sorry international friends). Printable PDF version available HERE.

See description below for full details.

25 in stock


Ships only to US addresses (sorry international friends). Printable PDF version available HERE.

Fabric Requirements:
(25) Fat Quarters (each fat quarter will make 1 large background hexagon, 2 side borders, 6 EPP flower petals, and 1 EPP flower center). If you plan to fussy cut, you’ll need more fabric. This pattern assumes a fat quarter is 18″ x 21″.
Binding: 1/2 yard
Backing: 4 yards (this gives you a 4″ overage on all sides)

Other Supplies Needed:
(175) 1 ¾” hexagons (included with the printed pattern!). You can use fewer papers if you thread baste/use glue sparingly and re-use templates.
Basic EPP supplies: Fabric Glue Stick; Lightweight Thread; Needle; and Wonder Clips.

This quilt is English Paper Pieced (EPP), meaning it is sewn together by hand using paper pieces wrapped in fabric. This pattern assumes the quilter has some basic quilting knowledge.

Copyright Michelle Bartholomew
For personal use only. Duplication of any kind if prohibited.
You may sell quilts made using this pattern on a small handmade scale. Whenever possible, please credit the quilt pattern to Michelle Bartholomew.