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Monday, November 19, 2018

The Circa 1880 Club Quilts

I'm over the moon happy to report that quilt shops all over are signing up for my Circa 1880 Club every day.  I believe a shop in Canada is signing up so our friends to the North will be included in the fun.

One of the benefits of being a club member is getting the pattern for the six exclusive small club quilts.
You will notice that in each of the club quilts, I used the same Uneven Nine Patch block  I used in the big quilt.  
Sometimes they're paired with other fun blocks.
Sometimes just that cute little block!
Each quilt also features the brand new Circa Basic Essentials fabrics and is given at just the right time of year.  The pattern/kit for the quilt above is given in December.
There are other benefits of the club, too!  But...I don't want to share all my surprises just yet!
I hope I have piqued your interest and that you'll look for a participating Circa 1880 Quilt shop in your area or that you can join by mail.

I have other news to share with you soon that I'm very jazzed about!

No news, however, on the whereabouts of my stolen quilts.  From what I'm told, they are likely in a Houston garbage dump.  Very sad.  If that's the worst thing that happens, I have much to be thankful for as they can be replaced.  

We have to keep our perspective as there is so much true tragedy with the California fires and people loosing everything.  A few quilts are meaningless in the grand scheme.  


  1. Pam, I am so happy to hear that your Circa 1880 Quilt was such a big hit. I'm excited about making more blocks to exchange with the girls at Pieceful Gathering. Congratulations!!!

  2. All of these quilts are so pretty. I do hope you find your lost quilts. We had a quilt stolen with the car. The car was recovered but the quilt was not. I do think ours is likely to be in the dump since that wasn't the primary target.

  3. I cannot wait for the fun of the club to begin! I love all these sweet little quilts. Hope I can make one or two for Cyndi to promote at the shop. I'm sorry you havn't recovered your quilts, but you are so right about what is really important in life. I have sent packages and money to 3 different sources for the California firs. Still I feel it is not enough. I cannot imagine the devastation!

  4. Morning, Pam.
    I would like to sign up for this quilt and I'm just wondering if its a one time mail out or a BOM?? Or maybe each store is different?? I had some sort of computer issue for the past month or so and I wasn't able to comment on your blog...but so many nice quilts and blocks! Thanks for sharing with us.

  5. Oh, my goodness, Pam, I LOVE these little quilts! They are adorable, and they look so pretty in your new line of fabric!

  6. Are their any shops in Montana taking part...or even Washington?

  7. Are there any shops in Georgia offering this? Thanks.