Regan Purcell shows us some clever techniques to make this sunny spring-into-summer wall hanging
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There's a new row by row quilt in our February issue. The first four rows are in Part One, which will be in the shops next week, and subs copies should arrive soon.
Would anyone like to do a little row swap? I was planning on each person making the four February rows, and then swapping three with three others. This will end up a more scrappy version than Regan's, as we will all end up with different sky fabric etc, but I thought it would be a nice way to do a magazine project together. We can have two months to complete the first four rows rather than just the on sale period of the magazine if you'd like, and then we'd have another swap for the March issue rows.
Let me know below if anyone is interested. The article is a subs only one, so if you're not a subscriber but would like to see the photo, here it is
|Claire Bear||02/01/2014 13:16:45|
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That is beautiful!
Count me in - I'm interested in another row swap!
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Yes please Katy, count me in.
|Margaret S||02/01/2014 16:09:33|
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Now that sounds interesting, please count me in.
|rosemary Rosenfeld||02/01/2014 16:26:48|
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Me too Katy!
|Irene B||02/01/2014 19:38:00|
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|Glenda F||02/01/2014 22:28:33|
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Will think about this one .when is the cut of date
Edited By Glenda F on 02/01/2014 22:28:59
|Myra of Cheadle||03/01/2014 01:06:39|
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I'm interested but also aware I'm behind with a Quilt together block and two ATCs (bother moving house, should be over soon.....). As Glenda asks, when is decision time? I'm not sure how complex it is either? Do I think I'm "intermediate" standard - not often?
|Beryl Hedley||03/01/2014 10:52:16|
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I would love to have a go at this row swap Katy. Please count me in.
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I think the cut off for joining will be 13th Jan as that's the Monday after the mag is in the shops, so that people will be able to look at the instructions before they decide to join in if they want to. I will put Me, Beryl, Claire, Mandy, Margaret, Irene and Rosemary on the list anyway, and I'll wait for confirmation later from Glenda, Myra and anyone else.
It is an intermediate project, but having checked the instructions just before Christmas, I think it is on the harder side of intermediate if that helps anyone to decide. If anyone else is unsure like Myra, wait until you've seen the pattern and have a think about it.
Edited By Katy on 07/01/2014 16:08:59
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