March 30, 2011 HomeQuilting PatternsForget Me Not and Colonial Garden Vintage Quilt Pattern Forget Me Not and Colonial Garden Vintage Quilt Pattern By cherie Quilting Patterns 6 Comments The octagons are easy to cut if you use the rotary cutter to make squares and then lop off the corners. To download the free Forget Me Not pattern as a pdf file click here Save Tags:colonial garden, forget me not, pattern, quilting Related Posts Hands All Around Vintage Quilting Pattern Carnival Pinwheel Quilting Pattern Gardener’s Prize Vintage Quilt Block Pattern 6 Comments Sharon Ingalls Thank you very much for sharing your patterns I didn’t start quilting until the early 90’s and I love quilting. I love doing hand work August 16, 2020 cherie You are very welcome! August 9, 2012 Denise withers Thank you so much for these patterns July 26, 2012 Nancy I grew up playing underneath big quilts that were set up for all the ladies to work on together – and now that I’ve raised my family it’s time to get my own hand in. What a legacy those patterns from your grandmother are! Please let us all know if you get them loaded so we can share them with the next generation! God Bless! December 16, 2011 cherie Blessings to your granny for teaching you how to quilt! I didn’t start until the 80s and that’s when the fabric stash really started getting out of hand 🙂 August 24, 2011 Shelia Taylor God bless you for sharring your patterns.I have been quilting for 41 years,my granny Annie E.Hicks thought me when I was 5 ,every year I try to make at least 5 quilts.My seacert is to make the quilt tops in January and hand quilt them all by November,that way they will be done for Christmas gifts and I have one left over to sell.I dont have very many pics. of the quilts I have done back in the early 1968 to 1981 only drawing diagrams granny and I have made but I do have about 4,167 books and patterns that I have collected over the years.I’am trying to learn how to down load them on to my pc to share with all the quilters out there.LOVE THIS QUILTING SITE .Thanks again for the patterns. email@example.com August 23, 2011 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.