Today’s post is part of a series on this blog every Monday.
I don’t know about you, but fabric is EVERYTHING! I love buying it, petting it and then gushing with you about it. I’ll show you my latest fabric purchases and where you can buy it too.
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I’ve been meaning to get this bundle together for some time now. I’m trying to do a few for each of my quilt patterns to make it easy for you to just grab and sew.
I’ve put together kit pages at Meander + Make where you can click the quilt you are interested in and find everything we offer that the quilt needs. To find them, visit the shop and click the arrow beside QUILT KITS, the drop down will show you all of my quilt patterns, and when you click on one, it shows you all the bundles or supplies that you need for that quilt. It’s pretty nifty if you are a grab and sew kind of quilter.
Enough of that! Today we are talking about Afternoon Glow and we’ve curated it especially for the Star Dance quilt. Do you remember Star Dance? I think it was 2018 when I wrote it for a quilt along I did with Coats and Clark. You can see the quilts I finished with the pattern here. I spent the weekend editing and updating the original pattern. It’s better than ever. I highly recommend this quilt to beginners or any quilter wanting a quick project or anyone wanting to get good at half square triangles. There’s a bunch of them!
I’m hoping to have a post up this Wednesday showing you the reveal of my second Para Para quilt. Fingers crossed. I’ve got some mad quilting planned and not sure if I’ll get it done in time. On Friday, we kick off the Para Para quilt along and I am so happy and excited to finally get that going. I hope you are joining in!
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