Now Shipping // Garden Sanctuary by Rae Ritchie

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Enter into a botanical retreat with Rae Ritchie’s Garden Sanctuary, a collection inspired by Rae’s love of gardening. This collection has started shipping to stores—ask for it at your local quilt shop or favorite online retailer!

Greenhouses, foxgloves and little black cats basking in the sun await you!

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A few words from Rae:

// The growing season in Minnesota is notoriously short-lived, so when springtime comes around, I’m obsessed with all things yard and flowers (though, I’m always obsessed with flowers…). In Garden Sanctuary, it’s growing season year round!

When my husband and I lived in an apartment, I took over the back porch with tons of veggies and plant pots, just waiting for the day I could have a garden of my own. When we moved into our house, we were excited for the challenge of tending to our own yard.

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This collection is focused around my love of all things growing in our little South Minneapolis neighborhood. My late cat Smeagol passed away right before I created this group, so he makes a cameo in memorandum, hanging out in his favorite place, the garden sanctuary. //

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Close up of a cute little hedgehog!

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And pretty foxgloves

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Here are our picks for Garden Sanctuary to get you started!

Rose Hedge is a free pattern by Stacey Day.

Simple stitch-and-flip triangles define petals and leaves in one easy-peasy block design.

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Garden Path is a published pattern by Stacey Day.

How perfect is Garden Sanctuary for these flowers!

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We hope you’re inspired to create with Rae’s Garden Sanctuary!

Thanks for reading.

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One Response to Now Shipping // Garden Sanctuary by Rae Ritchie

  1. Susan K says:

    I love the Rose hedge quilt! I lost my companion, Cocoa, just a month ago. He was 14 and my constant companion. I miss him so. He loved to be in the yard with me.

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