Monday, 22 June 2015

Yuma Quilt Along

Hello! Have you heard of Gotham Quilts? I've been following them on social media for a while now. They are a quilt shop in New York City and have recently released a free quilt pattern called "Yuma" which you can download here. Their version shown below is made with Alison Glass "Handcrafted" and I love it! I wanted to be different though so I ordered Lizzy House "Natural History" from Gotham Quilts and it arrived today so I am all set to start my Yuma Quilt. I think my kids will love this quilt made with those fabrics. You can see my Instagram photo of my fabrics here. I might have to do the Handcrafted version too though because the geese on the fabric look so awesome in this quilt design.



I was invited to be a blogger in the Yuma Quilt Along which kicked off last Wednesday. Here is a link to the Kick Off Post where you can read all about the QAL and the prizes which include $100 gift certificate to Gotham Quilts and a bundle of "Handcrafted."

My day on the Yuma QAL is July 6th so make sure to come visit me that day when I will be showing my Yuma quilt made from "Natural History."

Here is the schedule of bloggers so you can check everyone out. There will be giveaways on the blog posts! I hope you will join in and quilt along with us. :)

June 17 – kickoff blog post on Gotham Quilts
week of June 22 — Made by Chrissie D
week of June 29 — Faith and Fabric
week of July 6 — Daydreams of Quilts
week of July 13 — Lisa in Port Hope
week of July 20 — Sunflower Quilting
week of July 27 — Roar Haus
week of August 2 — Gnome Angel
August 10th — Life Under Quilts
August 12th – closing blog post on Gotham Quilts, start of linky party
August 19th – winner(s) chosen from linky party


2 comments:

  1. Love the pattern and it does look great in Handcrafted! The geese are what catches my eye! Can't wait to check out the pattern and the hop!

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  2. YummY!! I can't wait to see this! XX!

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