Monday, April 21, 2014

Great Granny Sew Along: Filled Basket Block

Happy Monday, quilters! We hope you are excited to begin the Great Granny Sew Along! Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet designed an adorable quilt to celebrate the release of her new book, Great Granny Squared. Today, we are teaming up with A Quilting Life, Why Not Sew, and Pam Kitty Morning to start this sew along off right. So let's crack open our copies of Great Granny Squared, download the cutting PDF and sew the first block in the sew along, the Filled Basket Block!

Kimberly is sewing her Mama's Crochet quilt with Country Girls fabric by Tasha Noel
Debbie is sewing her Mama's Crochet quilt with My Sunshine by Zoe Pearn
Sew up your Filled Basket Block for a chance to WIN some prizes! Next week we will choose three winners from the pool of photos in the Great Granny Sew Along Flickr Group. This week we are giving away three sets of Sullivan Embroidery Scissors and Clover Point Protectors. We hope you are ready for some embroidery!

Check back next week to find out if you are one of our three winners, and to start on the next block in the Great Granny Sew Along!

9 comments:

PamKittyMorning said...

Everyone's blocks look great!!

V Firnhaber said...

I agree! they are all amazing, it is hard to pick. So I think I should do them all. :)

Obat Sakit Kencing said...

I am not able to print the patterns from my computer. I have a MacBook Pro and can print anything in the world it seems...but not these patterns. Please advise...I'd love to do this quilt.
THANKS!

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Dolly said...

What a sweet treat to win these scissors for my basket!

Fat Quarter Shop said...

Hi Obat, here is the direct link to the cutting PDF: http://www.fatquartershop.com/media/blog/GreatGrannySquared/GGS-SamplerTips-1.pdf

It should open in Adobe Acrobat for you to print. If it does not, let us know. Thanks!

A Bear Mountain Pattern said...

I love that no matter what fabric you use the block is adorable.....

swakins said...

Love that bright basket. And as a knitter those yarns are closest to the colors I would use.

Tammy Edwards said...

Sew much fun!
Love all the pretty baskets : )