Friday, February 15, 2013

Back to School with Pam Kitty: Row 3


Pam Kitty is definitely a straight A student. Whether it's girly quilts or Civil War samplers, Pam Kitty gets an A+ every time. Our homework is due today, are you ready to see some cuteness? Kimberly, Debbie and Pam have been sewing five blocks each month from Barbara Brackman's Civil War Sampler in Pam Kitty Love by Pam Kitty Morning for LakeHouse Dry Goods! Be sure to head over to Pam's blog to see hers as well!

 Fox and Geese, page 22


Calico Puzzle, page 38


New England Block, page 52


Tennessee, page 37


Ladies' Aid Album, page 54


Calico Puzzle, page 38


Tea Leaf, page 40


Ohio Star, page 42


Lincoln's Platform, page 44


Richmond, page 46


These little blocks are so fun to sew. The blocks are rooted in history and tradition, but the fabric is bright and playful! Do you enjoy this spin on the traditional Civil War blocks?

Interested in joining our fun sewing project? Just grab some bundles of Pam Kitty Love by Pam Kitty Morning for Lakehouse Dry Goods, Barbara Brackman's Civil War Sampler Book and start sewing! We even added a little extra FQS fun. Upload your homework/block photos to Flickr each month for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to our webstie. For more information about our Back to School with Pam Kitty "class" head here.

The winner of this month's $50 gift certificate is CelineGL! Email chelsey[at]fatquartershop[dot]com to claim your prize!

Our next due date is March 15th, so come back by the Jolly Jabber and Pam's blog to see our blocks in row 4!

4 comments:

PamKittyMorning said...

I love how your blocks turned out!

MahSistersQuiltTrunk said...

Wish I could do this project too. Right now I have two new patterns and an additional two twin size quilts to finish made from @PamKittyMorning fabric. And I purchased all this from my favorite on line quilt store @fatquarershop. Love you guys!

Grandmasewnsew said...

This looks like a lot of fun! How many bundles would we need for this as you say, "grab some bundles"?
Thanks!

Fat Quarter Shop said...

@grandmasewnsew It is really up to you! We suggest starting with 3 or so, and adding fabric that you want!