Layout Diagram for the 2016 Row of the Month

Hello All!  I finally had a sewing day to get my row of the month quilt sewn together yesterday and here it is.  I am very happy with how it turned out and am very glad that it is now put together, now on to the quilter.  I have the binding picked out as I have been wanting to use this piece since it came in!  Click here for the printable layout diagram.  Send us a picture of your finished quilt and you will receive a 10% off coupon.  Our email address is


We have decided to start a medallion quilt in July 2017.  It will be a 6 month project done in traditional fabrics, maybe.  We've already been brainstorming for the pattern, so be on the lookout for more info in the months to come.

If you are looking for a project to start this Winter; we are starting a quilt challenge out of the 19th-Century Patchwork Divas’ Treasury of Quilts Book.  Lori and I chose to work on their Delectable Feathered Star quilt.  This is a 6 month challenge that we will start in February.  The first thing you need to do to be included in this challenge is to pick up a book, then pick from any of the 5 different options for how you want your quilt to finish (this book is so inspiring!). You can get a book from us by clicking here.


There are different numbers of blocks with the the options included, so you can make your quilt the size you want. These blocks are great for using up scraps, so start digging through yours and pick the colorway you want your project to be. We will start to sew on this quilt in February, so you have some time to get the book and scraps in order. We will be offering prizes for each of the 6 months this challenge will run. To be included in the drawing for the prizes we need to see a picture of your project. You can post it on our Facebook page or email it to us at We can't wait to start and hope that you participate in this challenge. Below is a teaser picture of the quilt.

Have a great day and happy sewing!


2 Responses

  1. Thank you for the Row of the Month patterns . . . just love them! I can't find the pattern for the fifth row (baskets). Any suggestion where I can locate it?
    • Here is a link for the basket pattern: Thanks for participating! Mandy