Here’s another one!
I hope you’re not tired of snowflakes yet because I’m hoping for a blizzard! The fabric kind, with no cold and no shoveling. Let’s have a snowflake sew-along!
You can pop over to the new Snowalong page on this blog for all the details. (click the link or the tab at the top of this page). In a nutshell, starting Monday I’m going to make my snowflake block patterns available as a free download for a limited time so you can sew along with me, and I will host a weekly linky party so we can see the snow flurries in everyone’s sewing rooms.
There will be one new pattern for a 9” snowflake block each week. Depending how you color it, you can make at least 3 different snowflake variations from each pattern! It will be fun to see which versions different people choose to make, or what new ones pop up.
This will be a very relaxed party. Make one block or make many, it’s up to you! If you miss a week, join us the next week. Pop in and pop out again, we’re really very informal here. If you don’t have a blog but want to participate, send me your pictures and I’ll share them for you.
I have been playing with layouts and colours. Winter colours, Christmas colors. Big quilts and little ones. I’ll share some of those during the Snowalong too.
Oh! Oh! Oh! I even learned how to make a blog button for this Snowalong! Feel free to grab the code from the Snowalong page!
I’ll leave you with an EQ drawing of the quilt I’m probably NOT going to make, because it really needs a whole lot of snowflakes…but I suppose it could be a long-term project…
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