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SnowBell Prize QAL Week 2 – Corner Units

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It’s WEEK 2 of the SnowBell Prize Quilt Along! This week we will be making all of the corner units for all of our blocks. I like to make all of these units at once, since all of the blocks have them.

If you prefer making one block at a time, that’s great too! Decide how many blocks you want to complete this week and go for it!

First you will make half square triangles for each block. Make sure to trim them to the correct size. Then you can sew your units together.

Make sure to post your progress photos in the HAPPY CLOUD CREATIONS QUILT ALONG GROUP or on Instagram with the Hashtag #SnowBellPrizeQAL I’d love to see your photos!

Happy Quilting!
Andrea

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE:
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Nov. 15th – Week 1 – Cut pieces
Nov. 22th – Week 2 – Make corners units
Nov. 29th- Week 3 – Make All Block 1’s
Dec. 6th- Week 4 – Make All Block 2’s
Dec. 13th – Week 5 – Finish our quilts!

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Happy Quilting!
Andrea

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SnowBell Prize QAL Week 1 – Cut Pieces

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It’s time to grab our fabrics, press them and get to cutting! I’m making my daughter’s Teacher a baby boy quilt. This quilt along is very fast paced because I need to finish my quilt quickly. You can feel free to work at your own pace and take your time.

I prefer to cut all of my fabrics for all of my blocks all at once. Then I can get to sewing.
If you prefer to cut one block at a time, go for it! This may be an easier method if you are going super-duper scrappy.

Fabric I am using:
You can find all of these at StashFabrics.com (Not sponsored)
Around snowflakes, all Dear Stella Fabrics
Dash flow: Blueprint, Riviera, Cobalt, Starlight and Aruba
Moonscape: Denim, Spruce and Wasabi.
Snowflake: Riley Blake Designs: Swiss Dot in Denim
Backing fabric: Ruby Star Society designed by Sarah Watts: Winderglow Fauna in Blue

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE:
Now – Grab the pattern and share your fabric with us!
Nov. 15th – Week 1 – Cut pieces
Nov. 22th – Week 2 – Make corners units
Nov. 29th- Week 3 – Make All Block 1’s
Dec. 6th- Week 4 – Make All Block 2’s
Dec. 13th – Week 5 – Finish our quilts!

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I’m so excited to see what fabric combos you pick for this quilt!!

Happy Quilting!
Andrea

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Week 9 – Infinite Night Helix QAL – Finishing our quilts!

I can’t believe it’s already the last week of our quilt along! We have all of these beautiful blocks, now it’s time to turn them into a quilt!

I’m so excited to see everyone’s quilt tops come together! Thank you so much for quilting along with me, I’ve had so much fun seeing everyone progress photos!

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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

Make sure to post your finished quilt tops photos in the Facebook Quilt Along group or post one over on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group tomorrow (Wednesday Nov. 9th) at 11 am PDT to see if anyone has questions about finishing their quilts.
If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

Finishing our Quilts!

Things you will need:
Backing Fabric (at least 6 inches wider and longer than your quilt top.)
Quilt Batting (at least 6 inches wider and longer than your quilt top*)
* If you plan on having a longarmer quilt your quilt, check with them to see how much overhang they need.
Basting Spray or Basting Pins
Binding Fabric
These are helpful but not necessary:
Hera Marker to mark out your quilting lines
Walking Foot (Helps pull your quilt from both the top and the bottom)
OR a Free Motion foot, if you’d like to try Free Motion quilting.

Quilt Sandwich:
First you will need to make your Quilt Sandwich. You will need to cut and sew your backing fabric to make it fit under your quilt correctly. Make sure it is at least 3 inches wider than your quilt top on all sides (quilt top size + 6 inches).
Trim your selvage edge off after joining your pieces.

I barely had enough backing and batting when I was quilting this one, but since I used a Cotton batting, it didn’t shift at all and it was ok.

Make your quilt sandwich by first laying down your quilt backing, wrong side facing up. Tape down to a hard surface, making fabric taut. Next lay your batting on top. Smooth out with your hands, do not stretch. Then lay your quilt top right side up, smooth out with your hands.  

There are so many different types of batting. I really love the Warm Company products! I have been using the Warm and Plush a lot lately because it is a little thicker than the Warm and Natural and the Warm and White cotton battings. The Warm and White is nice when you have a lot of light colors or white in your quilt and you don’t want the batting to alter the colors at all.

Basting Your Quilt: 

Spray baste: My favorite way to baste my quilt is by using Spray Baste! It makes basting so much easier. If you have allergies, this is probably not a good option for you. I’ve tried several different types of spray baste. Some are better than others.
505 Temporary adhesive spray has come highly recommended by several quilters to me. I have been using this brand for the last few quilts I have made. It has great stickiness without being overly sticky. I love that it does not get all over the place like some other sprays I have used.
Find a place where you can lay out your quilt. Make sure to tape the backing fabric taut to the floor (or large table).

Here’s a great spray baste tutorial by Emily Dennis of Quilty Love.  Spray Baste Tutorial
Morgan Kelly has a great tabletop spray basting tutorial on her Instagram. Table Top Spray Baste Tutorial

Pin basting: You can use large curved safety pin about 3 to 4 inches apart (about the width of your hand). I like to use the large curved basting pins. This takes a little longer than the spray basting but is a great option.

Quilting your Quilt:
I love that Quilting your quilt can give it another design element. You can choose to send your quilt to a longarmer or quilt it yourself.

Make sure to check your batting to see how far apart your quilting lines need to be.

For my original quilted it following the design. I lined my foot up with the edge of my seams and went around all the design.

I like to choose the lightest color in the quilt to use for my thread. This quilt I used white on the front and grey on the back, to match the backing fabric (sheet from Target).

Hand Tie your Quilt: Some prefer to tie there quilt. Suzy Quilts has an cool way of tying quilts. Check out her Tutorial!

Hand Quilt: Here’s a wonderful video tutorial by Suzy Quilts all about How to Hand Quilt.

Machine Quilt using your Walking Foot: 
Emily Dennis from Quilty Love has a great tutorial on how to Zig zag quilt your quilt with a Walking foot. Click here I love this method of quilting, it give your quilt great texture.

Free Motion Quilting:
Free motion quilting can give you great texture and if you aren’t great at quilting straight lines, this would be great for you. Suzy Williams from Suzy Quilts has a great Free Motion Quilting Tutorial. Click here.

Binding Your Quilt:

Binding is the fabric strip that goes on the edge of your quilt. It covers all of the unfinished edges and rounds out your quilt.

ou will want to make sure to square up your quilt before you attach the binding. Cut off the extra batting around the edges and make sure your sides are straight and corners are squared.

Most quilters will cut 2 1/2 inch by width of fabric strips and then sew them together at the ends at a diagonal. Then press the strip in half, so that you are wrapping 2 layers of fabric around all of your edges.

You can machine sew the binding to the front of your quilt and wrap it around to the back and hand stitch it down. Or some prefer sewing the binding to the back of the quilt, wrapping it around to the front and machine stitching it down.

Machine binding tutorial by Emily Dennis of Quilty Love CLICK HERE. This is a great beginner friendly tutorial.

Here is a great binding tutorial by Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts CLICK HERE.

I’m so excited to see everyone finished quilts! Make sure to post them in the Quilt Along Group on Instagram with the Hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

Happy Quilting!
Andrea

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Week 8 – Infinite Night Helix QAL Make (2) Block M and (2) Block N

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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

Week 8 – Make (2) Block M and (2) Block N.

Wow, I can’t believe it’s already our last week of making blocks!! I’m so excited to see your quilts come together next week!

This week’s blocks are going to go together super quick. This will give some time to catch up!

Make sure to follow the color placement in the diagrams closely to ensure that your blocks end up correctly. Also, measure each unit after each step, to make sure your units are ending up the correct size.

I love seeing your progress photos so, post a photo over in the Facebook Quilt Along group or post one over on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group tomorrow (Wednesday Nov. 2nd) at 11 am PDT to go over how to make Blocks M and N. I will also answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying Geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

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Week 7 – Infinite Night Helix QAL – Make (4) Block K and (4) Block L

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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

Week 7 – Make (4) Block K and (4) Block L.

We only have two more weeks of block making!! This quilt along is going by so fast!

This week we will be making (4) Block K and (4) Block L. These go together so quick! So, if you are behind, this week will give you some time to catch up with previous blocks.

Make sure to follow the color placement in the diagrams closely to ensure that your blocks end up correctly. Also, measure each unit after each step, to make sure your units are ending up the correct size.

I love seeing your progress photos so, post a photo over in the Facebook Quilt Along group or post one over on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group today (Tuesday Oct. 25th) at 10 am PDT to go over how to make Blocks K and L. I will also answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying Geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

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Week 6 – Infinite Night Helix QAL – Make (2) Block I and (4) Block J

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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

Week 6 – Make (2) Block I and (4) Block J.

This week we will start making blocks for the two side columns. So, if you are making the baby size, you will want to jump to page 13 and work on Blocks O and P, or you can take a break!

Make sure to follow the color placement in the diagrams closely to ensure that your blocks end up correctly. Also, measure each unit after each step, to make sure your units are ending up the correct size.

I love seeing your progress photos so, post a photo over in the Facebook Quilt Along group or post one over on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group today (Tuesday Oct. 18th) at 11 am PDT to go over how to make Blocks I and J. I will also answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying Geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

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Week 5 – Infinite Night Helix QAL – Make (1): Blocks C, D, E, F, G and H

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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

Week 5 – Make (1) of each: Block C, D, E, F, G and H.

The week we will be making 6 blocks! These blocks are fairly easy and should go together quickly.

You will want to follow the color placement in the diagrams closely to ensure that your blocks end up correctly. I like to lay out my pieces exactly as shown and pin in place to make sure I am sewing the correct pieces together.

Also, make sure to measure after each step, to make sure your units are ending up the correct size.

I am loving seeing all of the progress photos!!
Make sure to post a photo in the Facebook Quilt Along group or post one over on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group tomorrow (Wednesday Oct. 12th) at 11 am PDT to go over how to make Blocks C, D, E, F, G and H. I will also answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying Geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

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Week 4 – Infinite Night Helix QAL – Make (1) Block A and (2) Block B

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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

Week 4 – Make (1) Block A and (2) Block B

Now that we have a bunch of units made, it’s time to start making blocks! This week we will be making (1) Block A and (2) Block Bs.

These blocks should go together pretty quickly, since the harder units have already been made.

As you are working your way through this pattern, it’s important to take note of color placements listing in the diagrams. Also, check the size of your units after each step to make sure they match up with the size listed.

I’m excited to see your blocks come together! Make sure to post a photo in the Facebook Quilt Along group or post one over on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group tomorrow (Wednesday Oct. 5th) at 11 am PDT to go over how to make the Block A and Block B. I will also answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying Geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

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Week 3 – Infinite Night Helix QAL – Large Arrow Units, Diamond in Square Units and Diamond in Rectangle Units

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This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square and Diamond in Rectangle units.

This week we will be making some more units. These units are used in several of the blocks, so I like to make them ahead of time, so the blocks will go together super quick when we start to make them.

These units will all use the ‘Stitch and Flip’ method that is used in a 1 at a time Flying Geese block.

Once you’ve finished make sure to snap a photo and share in the Facebook Quilt Along group or on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL

I’m so excited to see your quilt come together! There are a few quilters in the Facebook quilt along that decided to work ahead and are almost finished with their quilts. They are looking SO beautiful!!

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group tomorrow (Wednesday Sept. 28th) at 11 am PDT to go over how to make the Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square and Diamond in Rectangle units. I will also answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying Geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

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Week 1 – Infinite Night Helix QAL – Cut Pieces

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Today is the last day to save 15% OFF on the pattern, starting tomorrow the pattern will be 10% OFF thru the end of the Quilt along on November 15th (end of the quilt along).

This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.

WEEK 1 – Cut Pieces

This week will be cutting our fabric for the quilt. Typically, I prefer to cut out the whole quilt first, so you don’t have to worry about doing it later. With this quilt, I chose to wait to cut the Color D ‘Pieces around blocks’ and the ‘Top, Bottom and Side borders’ until all my blocks are completed. Since I won’t be using them for a very long time.

You will want to wait to cut the Color D ‘Pieces around blocks’ and the ‘Top, Bottom and Side borders’ especially if your blocks don’t always end up the correct size. Then you can adjust these pieces to be the same size as your blocks.

If you make sure all your units are measuring the correct size throughout making the quilt, your blocks should end up the correct size. And you don’t have to worry about waiting to cut those pieces.

If you are making a scrappy version, you may want to cut out 1 block at a time.

I wrote the pattern using the 4 at a time flying geese method. Then I decided to add a ‘supplemental’ that includes two alternative ways to make your flying geese, in case you hate the 4 at a time method. These methods are on the very last page of the pattern. You can substitute the 4 at a time pieces (indicated with a FG in the cutting instructions) with the pieces listed on the supplemental.

Tips for cutting your fabric:
*Make sure to press all of your fabric before cutting. This will help ensure all of your pieces are cut correctly. You don’t want to accidently have a wrinkle in a piece. 
*Cut out your larger pieces first, then cut out the smaller ones. This helps you conserve your fabric.
*Cut all of your fabric with the same brand of rulers. If you are using multiple rulers, they can vary from brand to brand and may not be the same. So, I like to stick to one brand.

QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!

This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Join my Facebook group and post your weekly progress photos
OR post your photos on Instagram with the hashtag #InfiniteNightHelixQAL or Tag me in your photo!

Grag the pattern, pick the size you want to make. The pattern comes with directions for a Baby (44 x 56 in), Throw (64 x 80 in), Twin (72 x 90 in), Full (80 x 100 in), Queen (88 x 110 in), and King (105 x 110 in).

JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group today (Tuesday Sept. 13th) at 10:30 am PDT to go over cutting our fabrics and to answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.

Happy Quilting!
Andrea