The Quilting Book Club


Posted on April 19th, by Amy in Modern Basics. 8 comments

Recently, I was contacted by Shawna at 1 Choice 4 Quilting, about making quilts as a group from Modern Basics.  What a great idea!

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Click the graphic to find out how to get involved!

There is no cost to participate, just get a book and find the fabrics that you want to use, or grab a kit here! The Quilt Book Club will use one book for 4-6 months, each month will be a new pattern, and you are welcome to join for just one month, or make one every month!  It’s up to you!

Shawna has a flickr group set up to show off your quilts in progress, and learn from each other as you sew.  Of course, since the group is starting with Modern Basics, I will be checking in often to see how everyone is doing.  And offer words of encouragement as needed!  I only wish I had more hours – I’d make this one up again!

I can’t wait to see more quilts popping up online!

Are you in?

Basic Ease

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Shawna’s getting things started with a giveaway, enter to win a kit or a book, by clicking the graphic above, and going to the blog!

Amy

 





8 thoughts on “The Quilting Book Club

  1. Wow! I want to know the name of the quilt pattern for the first quilt you displayed up above. Awesome! Excellent! Love it!

  2. Bought the fabric to make the first one last week with Tove! Just need a little push to get started! :) three fabrics needed, less decisions; that’s why I chose it. Good for me a beginner! Love, Mom

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