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Monday, January 15, 2018

Mini Monday

Will you be joining us for Mini Mondays? If you purchased 
one of our Mini a Month Postcard Collections then you are 
all set for a fun year of mini making. If you would like to join 
us but still need the Postcard Collection you can purchase one here.  
I love the quirky nature of antique doll quilts. They are
the inspirations for all the Mini Monday quilts. This 
flying geese quilt was found on an auction site that no
longer has any information on the original quilt. 
When making a special little quilt pay close attention
to the details that will make it look vintage and handmade. 
Antique doll quilts were made using little pieces from
the scrap basket. So a little of this and a little of that is perfect. 

I hand quilt all my doll quilts. It is the perfect way to practice
and get more comfortable with hand quilting. We have a little
tutorial that lays out the simple details for finishing a small 
quilt. Take a look at the tutorial here

If you would like to join us for the rest of the year and make 
a darling little pile of small quilts you will need to purchase 
our 2018 Mini | a | Month Postcard Collection.
You can find them here. Supplies are limited.

PS. Check out the top of the sidebar to see some exciting 
news and check back here Friday for all the details.
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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along || Week #5
If you would like to join us and want to get
caught up you can find all the details here

Monday, January 8, 2018

1880 Sampler Sew Along

The first week of 2018 is in the books. Wow that was fast!
I have a lot of great things planned for this year, so lets get started.
Inspired by this Quirky 1880 Sampler our 1880 Sampler
Sew Along will create another great scrappy sampler.
Here are all the details:

4" block instructions will be posted each Friday
beginning in February.

Finished 1880 Sampler will be approximately 40" x 48"

The scrappy nature of this project is perfect for your stash.
The fabrics we used for this project were influenced by
this quilt 1880 Pennsylvania origination.

If you will be using your scraps and would like to be on
the lookout for your setting, border and binding fabric
you will need 2 yards total. I will be using the
medium grey floral pictured above.

I have made some kits (pictured above) and would love
to send you one so you will be ready to get started.
Kit includes a variety of prints, setting,border and binding fabric.
** Please note** your kit will come with more than enough
fabric for all the blocks but I did add a few special scraps
from my stash to give the quilt a scrappier look.
If you would like a 1880 Sampler kit you can order one here.
Supplies are limited so order today!

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along || Week #4
If you would like to join us and want to get
caught up you can find all the details here

Monday, January 1, 2018

Happy New Year

Temecula Quilt Co wishes you a Happy New Year.

This is the last almost finish of 2017. Hopefully 2018
will allow for a little hand stitching time to put 
this one over the finish line. Follow us on Instagram 
and Facebook for special sew alongs like this one.

We have lots of new projects planned for 2018.
We will be introducing a few of them soon.
Get your scraps ready!

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along

I missed scheduling a Snowball post last week.
The good news is, if you were busy getting ready
for Christmas and did not have time to sew you are not
 behind and if you still made yours you are ahead.

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along || Week #3
If you would like to join us and want to get
caught up you can find all the details here

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along

Scrappy Snowball Sew Along || Week #2

We hope you have decided to join us. Please don't let 
the large number of squares needed deter you. 
784 | 1-1/2" squares and 196 | 4-1/2" squares.
Wow that is a lot when you put it that way. That
is why we will take it in small weekly chunks. If
you missed the details you can find them here.

**Ironing Tip**
When you are ironing your corners open always
press toward the dark. This will allow you to nest
your seams together perfectly when it comes
 time to put your snowballs together.