March 1 is almost here, and Carol from "Just Let Me Quilt" and I
are busting at the seams.
While our original plan was to share just the fabric requirements...
We just can't stand it any more, so we are sharing photos of the official
Cackling Stitches Group "Premier" BOM.
Drum roll please...
We present you, "Hagatha's House"
This is my version and you can hop right over to Carol's page
to see her's done in Moda Grunge!
Here's how it works.
The BOM will run from March 1st to September 1st.
On the 1st day of each month we will release block patterns that will be free
until the next blocks(s) is released.
Once new blocks are released, the previous month's blocks will no longer be free.
They will be available in our Etsy stores at a cost of $2 for each month's worth of blocks.
On October 1st the entire pattern will be combined and sold in our Etsy stores for $10.
We hope you appreciate the time we put into creating the BOM quilt and understand that we are keeping the costs to a minimum. If you're quick to get the pattern during the month they are free, there will be no cost to you.
Yes, you are required to be a member of the Facebook Cackling Stitches group,
"witch" you can join right
You will find the fabric requirements HERE
This pattern will not be posted anywhere but our Facebook group.
So what are you waiting for?
Join us for the fun!
Feel free to download our button and post it to your blogs.
Come on March 1...we can hardly wait to see your quilts start coming together.
til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'
Carol and Joan
I joined the group and I'm going to try to follow along with this BOM. I love everything you and Carol share. Since I don't have any actual Halloween quilts, I decided to keep up with this one. I love your green background with the rest of the blocks!ReplyDelete
So cute!! I love it!!!!!ReplyDelete
Adorable!!! Green, purple and orange...what's not to love?ReplyDelete
I saw both of your quilts on FB. I love both grunge fabrics and batik fabrics. They both look Bootiful and Spooktacular, lol! I will be saving the blocks, but don't know if I will make them all, but I am sure to make some. Thanks Joan & Carol!ReplyDelete
That is so adorable, two talented ladies.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Love all the work you have done creating this quilt. It looks wonderful.ReplyDelete