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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Friends & Companions Quilt

By now I hope you have seen what our Marcus Fabrics Friends & Companions quilt looks like! Isn't she a beauty?  

Did you visit Red Crinoline Quilts blog and leave your comment for a chance to win one of the Grand Prizes??  

Oh, really you should.  We're asking the question of whether or not you like participating in a mystery sew-along, or if you would prefer seeing the project before hand.  

Hop on over to Red Crinoline's blog and tell us what you think.  We'd love to hear from you!

Just in case you think you'll be going through sew-along withdrawal, Jennifer Gaston of Woolen Willow Designs is hosting a really cute, folky prim freebie SAL.  Click here to check it out. 

Jennifer and her family are publishers of Primitive Quilts and Project magazine, so you know it's going to be really good!!  

Snowman quilt by Jennifer Gaston
While you're perusing the free SAL, check out Jennifer's oh-so-adorable Snowman quilt.   Click here for all the details.  The pattern for each snowman is only a buck!  

Happy Stitchin' 


  1. The quilt is wonderful and I am enjoying putting it together . All my setting blocks are completed. Tomorrow I hope to finish the top. I have also started Jeni's sew along. I love her primitive style.

  2. I love this quilt but I'm a little confused about whether the directions are calling for a black or a red binding. The cutting directions are for black, but then they mention binding in red, so which is it supposed to be? The pictures seem to be red. And black would be for mourning, so it must be red?

  3. I love chain blocks for setting samplers. This is a great looking quilt!

  4. I will make my quilt just not sure when the finished quilt looks geat

  5. She is a beauty Pam - if only there were enough hours in the day/week/month to do all the enticing things we see!

  6. I'm not interested in winning prizes, so I'll leave my two cents here: I prefer a mystery sew-along. Half the fun is wondering what all the seemingly random blocks are going to make at the end.

  7. Oh my gosh! I like this even better now than I did before--and I liked it before! What a beauty that Friends and Companions is!