Meet Me in the Garden Stitch-Along Intro & Supply List

Can you believe it? After what feels like an eternity of waiting, the Meet Me in the Garden Stitch-Along is finally ready to begin! This is a summer stitch-along that will feature a custom quilt project designed by my good friend, Val Krueger. Val based this intricate pattern on my new Garden Gatherings line, which after much anticipation arrived here earlier this month. Check out this beauty of a design. I can’t tell you how gorgeous it is in person – absolutely stunning!

Completed "Meet Me in the Garden" Quilt

Planning to join us for Meet Me in the Garden?” This post will take you through all the fabric and tools that you will need to participate in this stitch-along. This is the beginning of a six month long project, so having everything you need prior to starting is a great idea. It’s never a good thing to get half way through a quilt project, only to realize you’re out of something you can’t get anymore. We’re talking serious bummer there…so let’s try to avoid that by setting up for success! Fabric requirements for Meet Me in the Garden are as follows:

There are also several required rulers and tools that you will need. Ruler and tool requirements for Meet Me in the Garden are as follows:

Excited to get started yet? Video tutorials featuring explanations on the different rounds that make up this quilt will be released each month. Below you will find a list of rounds along with their video release dates, so you have an idea on how to plan for this stitch-along.

Alright! You only have a couple of short weeks to get your ducks in a row for Meet Me in the Garden.” Remember, you can find the video tutorials posted to my YouTube channel, “Stitch with Lisa Bongean” each month on the listed release dates. You can watch the intro to Meet Me in the Garden now by clicking the STITCH button below! If you have any questions feel free to email the shop at and we’ll be happy to help!

I hope you have a great week everyone! I’ll be back here on the blog on Wednesday for Moda Blockheads 4 Block #15 release, plus this week’s blog comment prize winners. Until then I know you have plenty to do so be sure to make time to stitch every day! Bye for now! ~Lisa


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I live on a lake in beautiful Butte Des Morts, WI. I have three sons: Lance (forever 29), Luke 33, Jake 32, and two grand-babies, Little Man and O-Bug. I've been married to the love of my life Nick, since 1998 when we started our crazy adventure together! I am a quilter, rugger, and gardener. I also love to cook when I get the chance. Thanks for visiting and supporting Primitive Gathering Quilt Shop where I try to bring you the best Moda fabrics and wool projects anywhere!

20 thoughts on “Meet Me in the Garden Stitch-Along Intro & Supply List

  1. This is going to be a gorgeous quilt, and I’m glad it’s spaced out over time. I am not one of those people who has to post my finished blocks at 12:01 am of day one. I like to thoroughly enjoy the process and the learning. And, maybe I have to catch up on Oh Say Can You Sew. And Revel. And the wool project from your class in Ohio!

    It’s PG all day every day here!

  2. Gorgeous! But – I’m not a big fan of patterns with that require many special rulers. Oh well. It’s definitely pretty.

  3. Beautiful quilt. I am thinking of using my scraps, but each time I go to my scraps, I’m inspired by something else…

  4. Beautiful quilt. I am so not fond of specialty rulers but I am all in and excited to try something new !

  5. Anyone hesitant to invest in rulers, each of these rulers is a stand-alone, there is so much you can do with each one of them! They are fun to use and your blocks will be so very accurate. And with Lisa using them to design future projects, well, that’s a win! Additionally, Val will be demonstrating how to use them, a great opportunity for new learning.

    … disclaimer: I do not work for PG!

  6. So excited to begin ! I’m making this quilt to honor the wonderful memories I made with my Grandfather. He owned property which he turned into a huge garden…vegetables, fruits, flowers, apple trees and more. When I was young, he’d pick me up in his old pick up truck to work in the garden using tool many handmade by him. I learned so much ! Just me and Grandpa ! I’m 69 yrs now and cherish these memories every day ! ❤️

  7. The colors of the new quilt are so beautiful! What level experience is required to sew this quilt?

    1. Hi Karen! I would say that skill-wise, this quilt would be good for an ambitious beginner and up. I say ambitious because it’s not so much the skill that it takes, but more the time and six-month commitment it takes.

  8. I do a lot of QALs, but I’ve never been so excited as I am for this one! Also, I second Carol Eberhardt’s point about the rulers; I actually already have every one of the called-for rulers, and I use them often!

  9. I love most everything you guys do! This one is totally amazing and I hope I can keep up.

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