The Sampler of 2018
The Scavenger Hunt BOM
Scavenger Hunt Quilt Along— 60X72 This quilt is part mystery. The layout is a double nine patch surrounding mystery quilt blocks. Each month you’ll be given the link to the quilt block on the guest designers site to sew. It will be fun to visit other sites and even though the layout will be the same, you can choose where to place the block in the quilt. Plus, there are two options for the outside border- dark or light.
Schedule: once a month, Wednesday. Mystery is revealed on the designers blog. January 2018 – December 2018
SCAVENGER HUNT BOM PATTERNS: Read more here…..
SCAVENGER HUNT BOM FORUM & GROUP: read more here…
The Guest Designers
These 12 designers will be sharing an exclusive pattern – 1 per month PLUS be sharing a block for the Scavenger Hunt BOM.
- Lori Lee Triplett
- Kirsty Cleverly- Bonjour quilts
- Shelley –coras quilts
- Chris Dodsley –made by Chrissie D
- Carolina Moore- Always Expect Moore
- Lauren Nash- transient art
- Tammy Silvers- tamarinis
- Joanne Hillestad- the fat quarter gypsy
- Sarah J Maxwell fearless with fabric
- Emily Breclaw- the caffeinated quilter
- Jennifer Jangles- jennifer jangles
- Lorna McMahon- sew fresh quilts
ADDITIONAL THINGS TO PARTICIPATE IN
Be a Project Lead
We are so excited to have you help us with the projects in the group!
The project lead is an opportunity to get the pattern early, share your progress with the group, feedback on the pattern, putting your own style / voice into the project.
Let's spotlight you!
These spotlights will be featured in the weekly Sunday email for members as well as in the facebook group. AND- for our thanks for helping us out and sharing a little bit about you, your name will go into a quarterly drawing.
Depending on the response- all entries might not be used (but you’ll still be entered into the drawing)
3 swaps will be happening during the year and you are invited to join them! You’ll be provided sign up info as well as the topic and instructions on participation.
You can save the planner to your computer, print the pages you want and build a journal you’ll actually use.