Hey there quilting friends!
Are you stuck at home because of COVID-19.
Yeah, me too.
I'm pretty much always home so I don't mind.
But I know some of you are already stir crazy.
I have good news.
The Quilt Pattern Magazine is opening up a FREE sew-along on Pattern Pastiche!
Baskets and More Baskets is a perfect opportunity to direct your pent up energy into something beautiful.
This is a great opportunity to get to know the awesome community of quilters at Pattern Pastiche.
So DON'T become a BASKET CASE.
Grab some fabric and let's get sewing this beautiful bed-sized quilt.
The first basket pattern will be released March 20, 2020.
The beautiful quilt will be done in time for Thanksgiving decor or Christmas gifting.
Once you decide you love being part of the online community, you can subscribe to The Quilt Pattern Magazine. Use the code SP for a special discount for Seamless Piecing readers.
I hope to see you all in the Baskets and More Baskets group on Pattern Pastiche. We'll be able to help choose fabric or solve issues or cheer you on if you get discouraged. Click HERE to join us now.
If you subscribe before the end of April, you'll have access to the pattern for my beautiful queen size quilt Four Winds published in the March 2020 issue.
Coming up in the April issue I have a super cute and fast picnic table topper and Part 1 of a 3 part mystery.
I hope to see you sewing your hearts into beautiful Baskets and More Baskets.
Good health to all of you and yours.
THIS Saturday, March 21, 2020 is International Quilting Day. So naturally there's a 2-day party planned at TQPM.
It's a members only, online event with a lovely pattern, prizes and good fun.
We'll be making a beautiful project by Sue Beevers called Brick Path. (I've seen the finished project. Trust me, you don't want to miss it.)
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