Anthonem A to Z Flower Pillow

As I was designing this Anthonem print, I knew that I wanted to make it a teachable moment for Helena by having one flower for each letter of the English alphabet. So of course I had to create a pillow for her that highlighted the A to Z-ness of these flowers.

And once I finished the pillow, I was all like I bet others would like to make this, so I created a quick free pattern for it.

Anthonem Flower BlockHere are some of the supplies I used:


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    Sandi Gilreath

    This is just adorable!!

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    Elizabeth Johnson

    First time I saw this I knew I had to make 3 one for each of my granddaughters under 5! Bravo for giving out the pattern free!

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    Julie G

    I’m making one for myself! I love this fabric!

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