I feel like I keep apologizing for not being able to keep up. However, I honestly truly feel a sense of things coming back to normal.
The wedding that took place in our back yard is over and done with, my ankle is getting better every day, and I grabbed 2 more family members to help run the quilting store.
For once, I feel like I can breathe again.
So let's get us all back on track!!
Our Week 4 Posie Patch winner was.... Erin Weber!
I really love how this turned out!!
I keep seeing all these gorgeous quilts that are getting completed one by one and it makes me so very happy!
I am going to try to get caught up with you ladies too but, no promises *laughing*
So let's get back on schedule and talk about the upcoming schedule :)
This post is for Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3 of our Knotted Squares.
Week 1 - Find fabric and cut
Week 2 - Piecing the blocks
Week 3 - Assemble the Quilt Top
Make sure to post a comment for each week completed!! We will be giving away a Jelly Roll or Layer Cake of choice to 3 different winners.
This post will run into July 24th and we will switch over to Week 4 - Quilting your Quilt.
Information on next month's project -
For the fourth and final month of Modern Basics, the group has chosen to do the Modern V on page 15.
However... since this is the last pattern from this book, you can do any pattern you want to qualify OR you can also finish up any projects that you have not completed yet.
Our Next Book - Fresh Fabric Treats
I will start posting assignments for our next book this Friday the 22nd. Our first project is small, easy, and should only take a few hours to complete.
Our goal starting a bit early is to allow us to try out more patterns from one book and really get our money's worth :)
You will need the following "Shirt Off My Bag" Tote Bag:
5 Layer Cake Slices (or 5 10" x 10" Squares)
5 Matching Buttons
Most of you will have this in your stash :)
I believe this book is just a stepping stone to so much more. Those of you with more experience will step in and add some sugar and spice of your own. I for one cannot wait to see what you create!