Bradley and Judy Niemeyer designed the layout and foundation pieces for Golden Harvest. A sewing technique called foundation paper piecing is used when sewing the pieces onto the foundation units. Curved piecing and traditional piecing are required to join and finish the quilt after the foundation piecing is completed.
The Golden Harvest pattern was recently updated to include current organizational approaches and and provide updated colorways using Judy and Judel Niemeyer’s Reclaimed West fabric collection, by Timeless Treasures. Two color options are available, including a warm barn-inspired option that is shown on the coversheet and a cooler lake-inspired option that is available as a kitting option in the “Official Samples” section of the pattern. Replacement papers are available for this pattern and in just a few short weeks, a digitized quilting design for this pattern will be available!
Note: Any corrections listed on this page prior to October 2014 are associated with the original pattern and do not apply to the new one. Any corrections posted after October 2014 apply only to the new pattern.
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