Final Assembly, then off to be quilted! This is the Trick or Treat special to finish off your quilt top.
I find once I finish the top, I have a sense not only of accomplishment, but it is like a sweet treat as well.
You will see that the bright version has the blocks in the numerical order that they were presented, the Fall version was arranged to Beth’s personal liking. You can arrange your quilt however, you like.
Here is the pattern link and our quilts
We started this Stitch Pink Sampler Quilt-along as a reminder of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The journey here was for only a month. But battling this cruel disease is not so easily accomplished. So, please remember to get tested for your own sake and for those who love you.
I’ve been happy to share this time and patterns with you, and hope you continue to enjoy this quilt! The store version is now on display so you can see it in person.
So, to my “quilting family” on this trick or treat day – no tricks, just treats to you with Happy Stitching!
P.S. For those that started late, here is the suggested fabric requirements for this quilt. All the pattern links are here in my blog posts for October 2020.
3-1/2 yards for a background color
1 yard for the lightest light color
1/2 yard each in medium to dark values of 9-10 additional fabrics, OR a fat quarter bundle (20 or more prints)