Baltimore Garden Quilt


Layered Applique Flowers Tutorial  Click Here to Open PDF

In the book, Baltimore Garden Quilt, a technique is shown for a multilayer flower with pointed petals. In workshops, I have taught this layered flower technique on a flower with round petals. Students received a detailed, illustrated, step-by-step handout to follow. If you could not attend my workshop, I offer the free pattern and tutorial here in .pdf form, and I invite you to give this technique a try!

American Quilter's Society (AQS) 

Dedicated to promoting todays' quilter – quilt book publisher, quilt magazine publisher and membership organization that strives to inspire, instruct and nurture the art and skill of quiltmaking.

Baltimore Applique Society 

Founded in 1993 in Baltimore, Maryland to preserve antique quilts and promote the art of appliqué, the Baltimore Appliqué Society supports the preservation of quilts, textiles, and related documents in museum and historical society collections. That support includes financial contributions, quilts made as fundraisers, and hands-on conservation work. BAS also promotes the art of appliqué and quilting perfected by Baltimore women and revived in the 1980s.

The Appliqué Society (TAS)

The Applique Society's mission is To Promote, Teach, and Encourage the Love of All Types of Applique in Quilting. We work to educate and promote public interest in the world of applique, as well as encourage and inspire creativity. The Applique Society (TAS) and its members want to ensure that the art of applique will continue through the generations.

The Quilters Hall of Fame

The mission of The Quilters Hall of Fame is to celebrate quilting as an art form by honoring the lives and accomplishments of those people who have made outstanding contributions to the world of quilting.

Marty Vint, Dogwood Quilting

Marty’s quilting style blends both computerized and freehand quilting and her quilting is completed on a Gammill Longarm Quilting Machine. Marty's quilting graces the cover of Baltimore Garden Quilt by Barbara M. Burnham.