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Sew Sweet Simplicity BOM and a Give-Away

Please join me in welcoming our guest blogger, Jacquelynne Steves. She’s here to share with us her upcoming BOM and she’s sponsoring a fabulous give-away too.

Thanks to Michele for having me here on her blog today! She always has great information and projects for quilters – her web site is such a great resource!

I’d like to share a really fun and free event with you. Have you heard about the Sew Sweet Simplicity Block of the Month?

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This FREE Block of the Month will run 5 months – not too long, not too short – just right! Why is it called Sew Sweet Simplicity? Because the blocks look way more complicated than they are!

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When I designed this project, I wanted to provide you with lots of options. So, you can do a 4 block quilt, or, if you have a little more time you can make a 6 block quilt.

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And, you will have 3 different options for making your blocks:

  • you can just piece them
  • OR you can applique them (hand or machine – I did machine applique)
  • OR you can do simple hand embroidery (just 2 super easy stitches – the backstitch and French knots – plus I have a YouTube tutorial for those stitches)

There will also be a blog hop each month, so you can see how different bloggers made their quilt – different fabrics, perhaps different settings and borders… So be prepared to be inspired. Oh, and of course, you can’t have a blog hop without fun prizes and giveaways!!!

Doesn’t this sound fun? If you’d like to sew along with us, just click here to sign up. You will have the patterns delivered to your inbox each month. The first block will be sent out on October 27.

To make things even more fun, I am sponsoring a giveaway here on Michele’s blog. Three lucky winners will receive a bundle of give PDF patterns (retail value $40).

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I hope you will join us for this fun event! And thanks again to Michele for having me here as her guest today!

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Give-Away

To enter the give-away, leave a comment below answering “What Christmas quilting are you making this year?” Three winners will be selected to receive Jacquelynne’s PDF pattern bundle shown above. One entry per person. Winners will be chosen randomly and notified via email next Wednesday, October 15th.


Winners

Congratulations to the three winners. You’ve each been sent an email from me and you’ll receive your PDF patterns from Jacquelynne shortly. Thanks everyone for participating.

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This post was published on October 8th, 2014. Post topics: Free Projects, Quilting Events, Special Features, Web Finds. Post tags: .

173 Responses to “Sew Sweet Simplicity BOM and a Give-Away”

  1. Bridget Fletcher says:

    I will be finishing the 16 placemats that I started for last Christmas.
    They never got finished as my son had a motorcycle accident in December, and spent 2 months in hospital.
    We spent Christmas Day at the hospital and had no use for them.
    This Christmas will be extra special as both my children will be there

  2. Sharon says:

    i am making quilts for my mother and new great nephew and table runner for my neighbor.

  3. barbara blair says:

    I am working on pineapple block tablerunners

  4. karen fisher says:

    Hopefully to make a few wall hangings as gifts.

  5. Brenda says:

    I’m finishing up a quilt I started last year with holiday embroidery on it. I’m also hoping to make bags for my son’s teachers for their gifts this year.

  6. Wendy says:

    I am workingon a bed runner and advent calender for gifts

  7. Karen says:

    i have several table toppers, and placemat sets to make. In a star formation .pattern

  8. I’m making a snowmen table runner, thanks for this giveaway

  9. sue shew says:

    I am making a snowman quilt. And some Frozen pillows for my grand daughter s

  10. Kristine says:

    I’m making a tree table cloth. It will be done in Christmas colors!

  11. Carol says:

    I’m making a “bulletin board” using chalkboard cloth, bordered with pinwheel blocks. Actually I need to make (3) for my great-nieces in Tampa, their Christmas gifts!

  12. Debbie says:

    I am working on a small baby quilt, table runners, and mug rugs . . . plus a few blocks for other quilts and swaps. Keeping fingers crossed that it all gets done on time!

  13. MoeWest says:

    I have two wall hangings that I hope to have time for.

  14. Kiska Stevens says:

    What a charming set of blocks! I would love to win them.

  15. Dolores says:

    With two brand new little twin granddaughters, I plan on making them quilted Christmas Mitts instead of stockings. My two little grandsons have theirs already.

  16. Connie says:

    cute little ornaments and a table runner

  17. mike godawski says:

    i have made and quilted 2 hole-in-the wall kitty cat lap-to-twin sizes quilts and am making something BOY like for my nephew. in the mean time i am taking Cracked Pots and El Dorado Canyon classes. Oh yes, i am also working on a irish chain for myself.

  18. Kaye M. says:

    I’m planning to make a snowball table runner as soon as I finish the binding on my applique wall quilt.

  19. Karen A says:

    I have a quilt top that is 3-d flying geese that I did in Christmas fabrics. It is on my list to be quilted before the holiday.

  20. Marie says:

    I have 2 Christmas quilts in the making, one is “elegant” and the other is “scrappy”.

  21. kay holm says:

    I am free motion quilting a panel butmy sewing machine gave up on me so I will have to switch to a hand applique wall hanging until it is fixed.

  22. Mara says:

    I am making a couple of pouches and purses.

  23. Marion Bryant-Parsons says:

    Pressies of course. Home made gifts are appreciated more.

    Marion BP

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