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Quilts From 100 Blocks Giveaway!

TOMORROW is a very big day! 

TWO big things (and one little thing) are happening that I just have to share!

First of all, after months of planning, the EQ7: Seasons Row Along will officially begin!

*throws confetti*

Quiltmaker's Quilts from 100 Blocks

As though THAT is not enough excitement for one day, Quiltmaker’s Quilts From 100 Blocks, Fall 2015 hits newstands! Guess who has a pattern on page 26?

Quiltmaker's Quilts from 100 Blocks

You guessed it!

My newest quilt pattern, inspired by my 100 Blocks pattern Jewels of the Wind will be yours for the making.

This beautiful quilt is made out of Moda Marbles and was quilted by Osie Lebowitz. Don’t you just love the movement she created?

Quiltmaker's Quilts from 100 BlocksRemember this sweet hot air balloon block, inspired by my best friend Jewells?

You can read more about that pattern here.

I have limited copies of this issue in my Etsy shop available for PRE-ORDER. Magazines will be shipped as soon as I receive my copies from the publisher. I’m happy to personalize a copy for yourself or a friend. :)

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Don’t want to wait for a signed copy? You can order Quiltmaker from Quilt & Sew Shop!

In the meantime, I am giving away TWO free copies to you, my amazing readers! If I’m feeling frisky, I might give away three. ;) Want to win a free copy? Just leave a comment on this post. I will use random.com to choose winners. You’ll be notified by email.

Talk to Me Tuesday will continue on Tuesdays as usual during the Row Along. Have a wonderful and crafty day!

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The EQ7 SEASONS Row Along is Coming Soon!

The Seasons are Coming!
The EQ7: Seasons Row Along, that is!

Marian Pena at Seams To Be Sew has organized one heck of a shebang for September/October! The following EQ7 designers will be bringing you fantastically fun Seasonally Themed Rows! Make one, some or all for a fun and unique seasonal quilt.

EQ7 Row Along Sneak Peek!

A sneak peek of my pattern…

All patterns will be available as free PDF downloads at the time of the event. You’ll have the chance to make fun patterns from all sorts of talented designers, many that might be unknown to you. What a great opportunity to meet new designers!

In addition to awesome free patterns, there will also be AWESOME gifts for our visitors from some stellar sponsors (below), so be sure to visit every site during the event. Some conditions do apply, so be sure to read that info before entering.

Think you’d like to join us? Join our Facebook group to quilt along with other participants!

What is a Row Along?

It’s a quilt along, but instead of blocks,

quilts are made an entire row at a time!

I’ll be posting reminders on the following dates so you never miss a row!

EQ7: Seasons Row Along Schedule

September 1
Marlene Oddie at Kissed Quilts – Spring
Lynn Zydon Provencher at Thimblemouse & Spouse – Winter
Dorice Cotten Rice at The Quilting Queen Online – Summer
Janeen van Niekerk at Quilt Art Designs – Fall
Bea Lee at Be A Quilter – Filler Row
Anneka Kornelis at Stof Genoeg – Filler Row

September 8
Lorna McMahon at Sew Fresh Quilts – Fall
Carol Steely at Fun Threads – Spring
Amy Heaton at Country Junk’tion – Summer
Marian Pena at Seams To Be Sew – Winter
Anneka Kornelis at Stof Genoeg – Filler Row

September 15
Reeze Hanson at Morning Glory Designs – Summer
Marian Pena at Seams To Be Sew – Winter
♥ Jennifer Ofenstein at Sewhooked – Spring (look, that’s me!) ♥
Carol Swift at Just Let Me Quilt – Fall
Anneka Kornelis at Stof Genoeg – Filler Row

September 22
Carla Henton at Creatin’ in the Sticks – Summer
Patti Carey at Patti’s Patchwork – Winter
Nancy Myers at Patchwork Breeze – Spring
Marian Pena at Seams To Be Sew – Fall
Linda Franz  at LindaFranz.com – Filler Row
Anneka Kornelis at Stof Genoeg – Filler Row

September 29
Amy Warner at Sew Incredibly Crazy – Summer
Darlene at Quilt Shop Gal – Winter
Marian Pena at Seams To Be Sew – Spring
Loreen Bogdan at Miss Loreen’s Schoolhouse Quilts – Fall
Anneka Kornelis at Stof Genoeg – Filler Row
Heidi Kory at the EQ Blog – A Tutorial On Combining Rows

October 6 – Show and Tell Day
Marian Pena at Seams To Be Sew
Dorice Cotten Rice at The Quilting Queen Online
Amy Warner at Sew Incredibly Crazy
Carla Henton at Creatin’ in the Sticks
Carol Swift at Just Let Me Quilt

The AWESOME Sponsors:

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cherry blossoms

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Fun prizes from some of the Row Along Designers:

sew fresh quilts

linda at inkling

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kissed quilts

Miss Loreen’s

Schoolhouse Quilts

Last but not least, I will also be giving away a free copy of

my complete 2014 block of the month,

Paper Piecing Vintage!

Paper Piecing Vintage with bonus pieced borders

Guidelines and Rules of the Gifts Offered by Our Sponsors:

  • No purchase whatsoever is necessary.
  • You must be 18+ in order to win a gift.
  • You are responsible for claiming and paying any tax owed on the value of any gift that you win.
  • All gifts will be given between September 01, 2015 and October 06, 2015. Winners will receive notification via email. Winners have approximately 7 days to claim their gift, if 7 days passes, the gift will be offered to another eligible entrant. Winners who will receive a shipped item, will need to provide, name, address, city, state/province and country along with a phone number. All international winners will be responsible for any fees customs chooses to assess. Winners where prizes can be delivered via email, must provide a name, country and a valid email address. All prizes will be awarded.
  • All winners will be announced on the blogs where they won and at Seams To Be Sew. Winners agree to allow their name, city, state and/or country to be publicized.
  • While we hope you will comment on the posts of the day and we love comments, we want no reply bloggers to have a chance at winning also All bloggers will use Rafflecopter to give their gifts away. You will be asked for your name, email, city, state, and country. (City, State, Country will be asked to identify any winner where the same name may per chance happen).
  • Some restrictions on gifts will apply based on shipping policies.
  • The Electric Quilt software giveaway will be held at the EQ Blog and will be given away the week of October 6, 2015
  • Odds of Winning a prize are based on total number of Rafflecopter entries during each week and in total for all giveaways.
  • Canadians will be subjected to a question in order to enter.
  • This giveaway is void where prohibited by law.

I hope to see you again soon for this fun event!

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Happy Mother’s Day and Our Winners!

Happy Mother's Day

Hello, my lovelies!

A BIG Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there!

This is a perfect time to announce the prize winners from my Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Vol 11 Blog Tour Post!

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks, Vol 11. This is my sixth isssue!

Jewel won a copy of  Vol. 11 directly from Quiltmaker!

Quiltmaker Blog Tour Prize on sewhooked.com

Cindy won a beautiful bundle of fabric courtesy of Debbie B. as well as two of my own patterns, Sir Gareth’s Dragon and In A Castle.

Big congrats to you both and thanks to everyone that commented! There were some wonderful spring activities in there, gardening being the big favorite (mine, too!) and I loved how many of you commented that Sandbox Sisters reminded you of your own friends, sisters, or kiddos. The Blog Tour was such fun and I thank each and every one of you for coming along for the ride!

If you didn’t win and still want a copy of the magazine, I have a limited supply in my Etsy Shop. Get a personalized copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol 11 here! I’m also slowly but surely adding all of my for sale PDF patterns to Etsy, a request that you, my fabulous readers made!

I hope you have a beautiful and wonderful day!

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Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Vol. 11 Blog Tour!

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Welcome to my post for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, vol. 11 Blog Tour! I’m thrilled that you’re here and I’m super-duper extra excited to share my 6th 100 Blocks pattern!

Be sure to keep reading to the end to find out how to be entered to win today’s prizes!

My block in Vol. 11 of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks

Introducing Sandbox Sisters! These two little gals are inspired by two of my friends, Amber & Jewells. Love ya, ladies!

You can find the Sisters hanging out on the top left side of page 25.

Sandbox Sisters

If these girls remind you of Sunbonnet Sue, that’s because she’s one of my absolute favorites to design! I love her so much, she and her friends have an entire page right here on Sewhooked.

I used Kona cotton for the background and lots of fun scraps for the rest. I just love how their little shovels and sandals turned out!

See more Sunbonnet Sue!

Sandbox Sisters, EQ version

This is what the girls looked like before I made them in fabric.

Just like all of my patterns, this block was designed in EQ.

And now, I have the pleasure of giving away not one, but two prizes!

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks, Vol 11. This is my sixth isssue!

First up is a free issue of Vol. 11 directly from Quiltmaker!

Quiltmaker Blog Tour Prize on sewhooked.com

The second prize will come directly from me and includes a beautiful bundle of fabric courtesy of Debbie B. and two of my own patterns, Sir Gareth’s Dragon and In A Castle.  I’m so excited to be able to give such gorgeous teal fabric away! Big thanks to Debbie for being so very generous! :)

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You can find both of the above patterns in my Craftsy Pattern Shop.

Two enter to win BOTH the free issue of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol. 11 AND the Sewhooked prize, just comment below and let me know what your favorite spring activity is!

Only comments that include contact information will be eligible to win. Winners to be contacted Saturday, May 9, 2015.

Get a personalized copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol 11 in my Etsy shop.

Supplies are limited.

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoy the rest of the Blog Tour!

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2014 UFO To Do List Report Card

Making it real. #finishin2014

For the last several years, I’ve started January with a To Do List for projects past that I would like to tackle and (hopefully!) finish for the year.

This is my 2014 Report Card!

See my 2014 To Do list, including photos of where each project stood at the beginning of last year. Today’s recap doesn’t include projects started and finished in last year, just UFOs from previous years.

2014 UFO projects in an IKEA bag

The entire list in one bag,  sorted by project and ready to work on as of January ’14.

1. HP Swap Quilt

Harry Potter Swap Quilt

January 2014 Status – WIP.  This is the second of two quilts made from Harry Potter quilt block swaps from way back in 2007 or so. Pieced with border. Have batting & backing fabric.  Needs to be quilted and bound. I’m planning on binding in red so the pale blue border has a solid stop.

Current Status – WIP, with progress – This quilt is basted and free motion quilting is in progress, The borders are quilted. Each block still needs quilting and then it needs to be bound and labeled. On hold while I have my sewing machine serviced.

2.  Vintage quilt top

2013 Project To Do List
January 2014 Status – UFO. My hubby bought this for me for our anniversary several years ago. In needs to be quilted, possibly by hand. Needs a back & binding. I’m thinking muslin for the back.

Current Status – UFO with progress. I now have a back and batting for this quilt, but it still needs basting and quilting. It hasn’t happened yet because I’m still undecided on how to finish it. Fingers crossed for inspiration!

3. Vintage Churn Dash Quilt
Finished Quilt - Vintage Churn Dash + Snowballs

January 2014 Status – WIP. Vintage churn dash blocks with supplemental snowball blocks made with replica fabrics. Has borders, backing and batting. Needs to be quilted & bound.

Current Status – Complete! This was my last UFO finish of 2014. I free motion quilted and bound machine bound it. It washed up beautifully and is now my favorite snuggle quilt.

4. Green/Purple 10 minute block quilt

Did I also mention I finished a #ufo today? For donation to #TheLinusConnection.  #finish2014

January 2014 Status – WIP. Green charm swap from TTMT 2011 or so, I think. Borders added, have backing and batting. To be quilted/bound. Made using the 10 minute block quilt tutorial on YouTube.

Current Status – Complete! Free motion quilted, bound and donated to The Linus Connection in March 2014.

5. Project of Doom Signature Quilt
Project of Doom Signature Quilt
January 2014 Status – WIP. Blocks from the 2011 Participants of The Project of Doom. I love this quilt. Adore it. Quilted by Shannon Shaw. It needs binding. Seriously, I’ve gotta get on that!

Current Status – Complete! Bound with scrappy binding in Hogwarts House colors. I’m so pleased to have this one done! It’s even more gorgeous (and more special!!) in person. It’s the prefect companion to my 2011 Project of Doom Quilt.

6. There and Back Again Block of the Month (TABABOM)

TABABOM top

January 2014 Status – WIPish. 2012 Block of the Month on Fandom In Stitches. Have backing, batting and binding. Not yet quilted.

Current Status – WIP. This quilt is now basted and ready to FMQ. It’s in the queue after my Harry Potter Swap Quilt (above).

7. Project – There and Back Again signature blocks.

2013 Project To Do List

January 2014 Status – UFO. Similar idea to the Project of Doom signature quilt. I’m missing a block from one of the designers, so I have put off working on it. To be pieced into a top. Will need fabric for sashing and possible center piece, possibly the name of the event with dates in embroidery.

Current Status – UFO. I’m still missing a block for this quilt, but I have a plan for moving forward, so hopefully this will change to WIP very soon!

8. Embroidered block quilt top

Hand embroidered flower quilt

January 2014 Status – WIP. This was a 2011 BOM by a blogger that is no longer online. Borders added, have back & binding. To be quilted & bound.

Current Status – UFO. No change since January 2014.

9. Topsy Turvy Trees

2013 Project To Do List

January 2014 Status – UFO. Needs a back and to be quilted, bound. One of my original designs.

Current Status – UFO. No Change since January 2014.

10. Australia fabric from Cat

Australia Fabric Project

January 2014 Status – UFO. (Actually, USO…UnStarted Object!). I’ve picked a pattern I like, and that’s as far as I’ve gotten. I need to find an accent fabric and cut this puppy out!

Current Status – UFO. No change since January 2014, but I do have plans to decide on accent fabric and pre-cut all the pieces before I go on Retreat with my bee in March.

11. Flannel Quilt Blocks.

Quilt as you go with raggy edge.

January 2015 Status – UFO. These were unearthed during the same archaeological dig that found the Flannel Quilt included in my 2013 Recap. I have no idea why these weren’t on last year’s list. No matter, they are on this year’s! These fabrics are from pajamas my kiddos had when they were small. As in pre-school and elementary small. Yeah. Anyway, to be made into a quilt for donation to The Linus Connection.

Current Status – Complete! I used a Quilt As You Go technique, and completed the quilt with raggy edges instead of binding. I had very little flannel to work with and decided to not add borders. Donated to The Linus Connection in March 2014.

12. Mustachio! quilt

Mustachio!

January 2014 Status – UFO. Has backing and batting. Needs to be quilted. One of my original designs.

Current Status – Complete! As of June, my Mustachio blocks are finally a quilt! I fmq’d it, complete with “hair” quilting in the mustaches. Mustachio now lives at the top of my stairs and never fails to illicit a chuckle or two when visitors first see it.

13. Misc. Published Blocks

Misc. Published Blocks

January 2014 Status – UFO? WIP? Kinda Both. This is the bag where I stash blocks I’ve designed for magazines, blog hops, events, etc., when I don’t have a project in mind for them. I’d like to do, I don’t know…something…with at least some of these this year. I have another bag just like this of unpublished designs. Mayhap I’ll do something with those, too!

Current Status – UFO. No change since January 2014, except that this bag now has more miscellaneous published designs in it and no plan for what to do next! I may remove this from the list in 2015.

14. Garden Party Blog Hop Blocks
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January 2014 Status – UFO; 8 of 30. Way back in 2012, I hosted the Paper Pieced Pattern A Day Garden Party Blog Hop (the link goes to a round-up of all the designs). It was an amazing events, with 30 designers and 30 designs, one for every day in April, 2012. Between hosting, running three blogs, and having my first pattern published in a magazine, I kind of got lost and my blocks ended up in a bag collecting dust. I would love, at the very least, make some progress on these this year.

Current Status – As Complete as it’s going to be! I ended up using 7 of the 8 blocks I originally made during the Paper Pieced Pattern A Day Garden Party Blog Hop, added two Stars for Linus blocks that I received in the mail (sorry, I don’t remember who they came from!) added sashing & borders, free motion quilted the top and donated it to The Linus Connection in April 2014. I love the way this came out, even thought it’s only a fraction of the original designs intended for the quilt. Incidentally, swirls are one of my favorite things to fmq!

15. Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Not All Who Wander Are Lost blocks My Northcott Stonehenge collection

January 2014 Status –  UFO. 2 of 29. NAWWAL was hosted by Lilja on my fandom quilt blog, Fandom In Stitches. I had every intention of making this quilt. See that on the right? That’s my collection of Stonehenge fabric kept specifically so this project will match my There and Back Again quilt. Despite my best intentions, the only blocks I made for these event are the two I designed for it. Like the Garden Party quilt, I would like to make some progress this year.

Current Status – Removed from To Do list. While I really would like to make this quilt someday, I just have not felt inspired to work on it. I’ve removed it from my To Do list for the time being to work on other things. My Stonehenge stash is being used for my 2015 Project of Doom instead.

16. Orphan Block Quilt 2013, #2
March 2014 - Orphan Block Quilt
January 2014 Status – UFO. One of three made from orphan blocks for donation to The Linus Connection. These were slice and dice 9 patch blocks left over from a quilt I made for a friend’s wedding way back in 2007. Needs borders, backing, batting & binding.

Current Status – Complete! Free motion quilted, bound and donated to The Linus Connection in March 2014.

17. 1980s T-Shirts

1980s t-shirts

January 2014 Status – Something. UFO. I’ve saved the most dubious project for last. Many years ago, before I ever held a rotary cutter or knew anything about squaring up, paper piecing, half-square triangles, batting, free-motion quilting or any other quilting term you might like to throw out, I got the crazy idea to cut up my favorite t-shirts from high school for a quilt-type project. Maybe a bag or pillow? I don’t know what I was thinking, but I can tell you I chopped without impunity, leaving very little seam allowance to work with. After years… And Years… And a few more YEARS stuffed in a bag on a shelf, I brought these memories of high school out into the light. This year, I will do something with them. I have no idea what, but something. It’s high time to get them off my self. Besides, I like a challenge. Ehem.

Current Status – Removed from List. As sad as I am to do it, I’ve removed this project entirely from the list. Many of the t-shirts had dry rot and weren’t worth saving. I kept a couple for nostalgia reasons and let the rest go to the great T-Shirt Store In the Sky.

18. Bonus! Orphan Block Quilts
2014 04 April Linus Donation (6)2014 04 April Linus Donation (8)

2014 04 April Linus Donation (11)Orphan block quilt for #TheLinusConnection! Feel free to tag yourself if you contributed blocks. Quilted by Marge. #blanketcharity #orphanblocks #craftforgood
January 2014 Status – Orphan Blocks. While these were not originally on the list, they were in my stack To Do for 2014. I have an ongoing collection of orphan blocks made both by myself and donated by other quilters all over the world (want to donate? just email me! sewhooked@gmail.com). Many of these blocks were donated prior to 2014 with a few newer blocks thrown in.

Current Status – Four Completed Quilts, Block Collection Still Ongoing. Four completed quilts, donated to The Linus Connection in 2014. I finished the top three at quilt retreat last year and donated them in March & April as I finished the fmq and binding. The fourth one was quilted by my friend and fellow Linus volunteer Marge and turned in later in the year.

2014 UFO To Do List

2014 UFO Report Card

Finished – 7

Unchanged – 4

Removed from List – 3

WIP – 3

Bonus Finishes – 4

Well, well, that’s not too bad, especially considering all I had going on in 2014, including Paper Piecing Vintage, As You Wish (look for my Princess Bride quilt on this year’s UFO list…oops!), two Quiltmaker Blog Tours and a number of other small events, deadlines, swaps and new projects! It was a very productive year and I’m quite happy with my progress.

Hardest of all, I think, was assessing what I had done and what I was likely to do and actually removing items from the list. I’d like to be more realistic about what I want to do in future and hopefully not drown myself in a list of new projects that end up on yet another UFO list!

How did you do in 2014? Did you keep track? Do you have a recap that you shared online? If you do, please do share a link in comments!

Now, to assess what I have to do for 2015 and make a brand new list! Let’s hope this one is a bit shorter…

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TTMT #289 – Paper Piecing Vintage

Join me as I shiver in the cold and talk all about Paper Piecing Vintage one last time!

Paper Piecing Vintage with bonus pieced borders

 

Get the ENTIRE block of the month in one for just $12 on Craftsy!

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Tree Trimming

 

November prize deadline extended! You have one last chance to enter to win a free PDF copy of Tree Trimming by sharing your photos with the Sewhooked Flickr Group! Share any project made from one of my patterns for a chance to win! Winner to be announced tomorrow.

Why Flickr? So I can share your photos right here on sewhooked.com! Here’s last month’s post so you can see how it works.

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Paper Piecing Vintage – December (and we’re done!)

Paper Piecing Vintage with bonus pieced borders

This is it!

The big one…the one we’ve all been waiting for!

It’s hard to believe, but we have reached the finale of Paper Piecing Vintage!

Today’s update includes not only the final pattern, but the finishing instructions to turn each size block into a quilt using either 6″ or 12″ block AND an optional surprise bonus not included in the original design, the beautiful pieced border you see above!

It has been my great joy and honor to share this very special vintage-inspired Block of the Month event with you all. Thank you for shopping small and supporting an independent designer like myself! Your patronage helps to keep me designing and sharing both free and for sale designs.

Amber's PPV
And before we move forward with this last big PPV post, monumental thanks go out to my very good friend and consummate pattern tester Amber Lowery for testing each month’s pattern so it could come to you every month error free! This stunning black, teal and purple quilt with optional pieced border is her finished version!

And now…the final block in this 12 month block of the month!

Paper Piecing Vintage December

Today we have Spinning Puzzle. It looks complicated, but it pieces like a four patch and is super duper easy!

As with all the blocks from PPV, Spinning Puzzle is entirely paper pieced and both 6″ and 12″ patterns are included.

Paper Piecing Vintage December

 Spinning Puzzle by Jennifer Ofenstein (sewhooked.com)

Already registered for PPV? 

Download your updated BOM file now!

Save some time by following these bonus directions:

  • Both 6″ and 12″ blocks will stitch up even faster if you pre-cut (amounts are generous to allow for wiggle room)
  • For the 12″ block, you’ll need the following:
    • Dark Fabric: 4 – 7″ x 4 1/2″
    • Dark Fabric: 2 – 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ sub-cut into 4 half square triangles
    • Light Fabric:  4 – 7″ x 4 1/2″
    • Background: 6 – 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ sub-cut into 12 half square triangles
  • For the 6″ block, you’ll need the following:
    • Dark Fabric: 4 – 3 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
    • Dark Fabric: 2 – 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ sub-cut into 4 half square triangles
    • Light Fabric:  4 – 3 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
    • Background: 6 – 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ sub-cut into 12 half square triangles
  • Have fun!


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Gorgeous custom quilting by Francesca of Swink Girls Quilts! Aren’t the Baptist Fans just wonderful?

couponAs a special offer just for Sewhooked customers, get a 10% discount from Swink Girls Quilts on long arm quilting for your own Paper Piecing Vintage when you get in touch with Francesca by March 1, 2015! Offer only good on Paper Piecing Vintage Block of the Month quilts. Please see Swink Girls Quilts for details on long arm quilting pricing and email Francesca to make arrangements to have your PPV quilted!

Paper Piecing Vintage Signature Block
There’s still time to send in your Signature Blocks! All blocks received by December 31, 2014 will go into a keepsake quilt that includes the 2014 PPV Participants. Won’t you join us?

See your pattern for details and check out our Facebook Group for photos of blocks received so far!

Haven’t bought Paper Piecing Vintage yet? You can download the entire Block of the Month right now for just $12 – That’s 12 vintage inspired block of the month designs in 6″ & 12″ paper pieced patterns (24 total!), bonus blocks, layouts for two quilt sizes and instructions for a bonus pieced border, all for one awesome price!

Paper Piecing Vintage Greeting Cards

Visit the Sewhooked Etsy Shop for these fun commemorative Paper Piecing Vintage greeting cards in red & green, just in time for the holidays!

Tree Trimming

Each month, I give away a fun prize, often a pattern from my Craftsy Shop. In November, share ANY project designed by me (from Craftsysewhooked.com,fandominstitches.com, Quiltmaker, etc.) with the Sewhooked flickr group and be entered to win a free copy of one of my most popular patterns, Tree Trimming!

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