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Lovely Lily Bowl and Plate

By: Michele Pacey from michelemademe.com
Lovely Lily Bowl and Plate
Lovely Lily Bowl and Plate
This image courtesy of michelemademe.blogspot.com

Flower quilt patterns aren't the only way you can add one of nature's most beautiful treasures to your quilting. The Lovely Lily Bowl and Plate project is small, but sets a gentle, calm atmosphere with its beauty. Follow this tutorial to make a fabric flower bowl out of scrappy quilt pieces and hexagon quilt patterns. Create a gift for yourself or someone else with this sweet and simple project. You're not going to find many other stash buster quilt projects like this, so make sure to add one to a table in your room as a beautiful accent during spring or summer.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePieced

Easy

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Lily bowl and plate are just as described, Lovely. What I like best is that I can make them in fabric to match any decor in my home.

I logged into my gmail account and then the templates came up to print

Love this. Can't get the templates. When I click on templates it takes me to a place, nothing on except some email that is not mine. Help?!

have you tried web site: michellemademe? that came up for me with template to download. good luck.

I would love to try making the lily bowl but can't get the templates printed off

I had problems getting the templates to download; now that I worked for days and finally got them to download. Kept telling myself it wasn't worth the fight, and finally got them and now I shall be busy making them up. They will be perfect gifts and so lovely just to have in my home. Thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful pattern.

I can't seem to print the templates. How do you access this. I clicked on here in first line but do not understand where to go from there. Can someone help. This is a terrific pattern and I seem to like the unusal items.

Hi there! To access the pattern simply click, "Click Here for Quilt Pattern." A new window will open up that has the instructions on the blog where this pattern was created. The templates are available on the blogger's website as a google document for free.

I can not find the templates. I click on the page and it comes up, but there is nothing there. Please help. The bowls are adorable and I would like to make some.

In step 1, it says print templates here. It's the first line

How do I print the pattern without printing all the "comments" It's the "Scrappy Lily Bowl and Plate"

lebenspatti: Copy the pattern instructions from the designer's website into your word processing program. This will get you the instructions and nothing else. You can get the relevant pictures too, in this way, or just the text if you want it.

Love the concept but can't get the templates.

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