• Karen O'Connor

    Thimble Blossoms — Juggle- pattern 157 PAPER pattern

  • Nikki Thoreson

    Juggle Quilt Kit Juggle Quilt Pattern Happy by SewStitchingHappy

  • Erin Spencer

    Juggle Honeycomb Hexagon Quilt - Thimble Blossoms by Camille Roskelley of Bonnie & Camille - Hexi Pattern No. 157. $8.95, via Etsy.

  • Mags Schroeder

    Juggle Quilt Pattern Thimble Blossoms #TB-157 - Fat Quarter Shop

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