So many great ideas this year, right? And we're still not done! Today we'll be hearing from two more participants - Mary of Made by Marney will be bringing something special, and Selina of Selina Quilts is back for her second post of the hop, because she just had so many great ideas to share they wouldn't fit in just one post! Kind of like going to Grandma's for Christmas, where your parents wondered how they would get all. those. presents. in the car on the way home.....
For your convenience, let's share the line-up once again...
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And remember, too, there's a giveaway! FIGO Fabrics has donated a fat quarter bundle of their new Christmas line, Wintertide...
...and one lucky reader will get to take it home! All you have to do is fill in the form below with your full name and email address (don't worry, I won't use it for anything beyond notifying you if you win!). Entries will close on Tuesday, July 30th, and I'll announce the winner here on Wednesday, July 31st - New Year's Eve in July!
Be sure to click "Submit"!!
You get an entry for visiting the stops on the hop, too, so drop by each new day's blog posts, enjoy the post and leave a comment (comments make us happy!), then fill out the entry form on their blog too. If their blog hop post doesn't have an entry form feel free to come back here and leave an entry after checking out their "gift" for you!
So get hopping, folks - then come back here to see today's step for the quilt-along...
Finally! Today is the day, if you are following along, when you will make your ninth and final block! By now you should be able to make these blocks in your sleep, but if you still need the construction instructions, you'll find them here.
At the moment, this is the status of my medallion version of this quilt. I'm still trying to decide how to quilt it, but I will definitely reach some decision and get started so it will be finished by the end of the hop. After all, finished is better than perfect, right? So it's sitting on the frame, silently reminding me that I need to get a move on every time I walk in the room. I always imagine if I wait too long that it will grow arms and reach up and dope slap me in an effort to say, "Quilt me now!"
Tomorrow we'll talk about pulling all those blocks together into a finished top, which should be a breeze considering how good you've gotten at matching those triangle points by now.
Keep up the good work!