Earlier this month, I asked my Aiming for Accuracy II quilt-along participants if they would send me a 5″ finished block to use in the backing of my quilt. See the gorgeous blocks I’ve received so far.
It’s Friday and this weekend brings us the Summer Solstice (in the Northern hemisphere). Sunday will be our longest day of the year. To kick-off the official start to Summer, our friends at Craftsy are having a fabulous Summer Steals event. You can get up to 70% off physical products!
With my recent return to blogging, one of my TOP priorities for the blog, is to share with you all, FREE quilt blocks and tutorials that I think you will LOVE. With that in mind, today, I’m excited to share with you 10 FREE Scrap-Busting Quilt Block.
Have you ever made a Churn Dash quilt block? Perhaps in a sampler quilt? It’s an unassuming block that, as a quilting teacher, has great potential as a learning opportunity for quilters of all experience levels.
Please join me in welcoming guest blogger Jacquelynne Steves to the blog today. She’s sharing her upcoming free block of the month project with us, plus she’s giving away two fabulous digital pattern bundles! See the blog post for how to enter the give-away.
Hello!! Anybody out there?? Yes, it’s been a long time since I’ve blogged. Several months in fact. A far longer break than I ever intended, but ya know, life sometimes gets in the way. Let’s get caught up!
Want to make a new quilting friend? I’m excited to announce our first swap of the year, a Friendship Candle Mat Swap. For this swap, you will be making ONE 15" candle mat to send to your partner. The pattern included with swap registration contains two candle mat designs and you choose which one you would like to make.
Let’s just say it’s been FUN *sarcasm*. What started out as a very simple problem, escalated considerably. I won’t bore you with the exact details. Since mid-November, the server has had numerous failures, some of them full outages, and others just components. I had to make the decision to move to another provider and hire a colleague to manage the new server for me.