In which I share a project made at the end of February. I talk about my quick trip to Lubbock and share a peek from our new backyard camera (actually “new” old camera…we upgraded the front porch camera and moved the old one to the back!).
The quilt along is taking place during the entire year of 2021. This post includes the patterns that I personally have shared so far. Be sure to check out Fandom in Stitches for more awesome blocks from a wide variety of designers. All designers are volunteers and all patterns are free for personal and non-profit use.
The machine embroidery shown is a personal embellishment and is not included.
The following patterns are designed by me for the Year of Doom and were previously posted on Fandom in Stitches.
Tiny White Van (No. 1 Ladies Detective Angency), a Year of Doom Paper pieced block. Designed by Jennifer Ofenstein. 10″ finished. Find more like this on Fandom in Stitches. Free for personal & non-profit use.
Today I share my FINISHED 2015 version of The Project of Doom made during the quilt along hosted the same year on Fandom in Stitches. This is the third full version of this quilt I’ve made by myself. I’ve also made several as part of collaborations for charity. This one is made from Stonehenge fabric. It was designed, pieced, quilted, and bound by me. It will also be labeled by me a.s.a.p. so I can start using it!
Paper Piecing Vintage will be returning as a Quilt Along during the first half of 2017! If you already have the pattern or were thinking about making the quilt, please do join me as we Quilt Along in 2017!
My Favorite Things is almost at an end! Be sure to come back December 1 for the final FavThingsBOM Free Pattern Day!
Wednesday through December on Fandom in Stitches!
Get ready for the January – May Quilt Along for 2017 right here on Sewhooked by entering to win a free copy of Paper Piecing Vintage! Already have it? The winner will get the chance to choose a different prize of equal value!
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All Flickr winners are chosen via random.org.
by Susan Pepper
by Marli Neves
by Vanda Chittenden
by Jodie Tawn
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Want a chance to win a fun, free prize each month during 2016? It’s easy! Make today’s tutorial and share it with my flickr group. You’ll be entered to win for each photo you share! Winners to be announced on the first Friday of each month.