Tuesday, December 22, 2015

The Schedule - Home For the Holidays Sew Along

It's almost here! Are you excited?! The Home for the Holidays Sew Along starts in just 10 days!
I can not wait to start stitching this quilt.
 
 
Here is the schedule for the sew along. Please remember that you're not bound to this schedule. We laid it out so that you'll be able to take your time and COMPLETE the quilt. We don't want any UFOs left at the end of the sew along! If you're a go getter and have the time, you're more than welcome to sew at a faster pace than the rest of us (or maybe it's just me?)
I will be taking the 6 months to do it... unless in February I get some wild hair to sew more! ;)

~Your assignment for each week starts on January 1st. You'll have a new assignment every Friday.~

January
1st - Cut out fabric (this is for your pieced blocks only, do not cut border fabrics yet)
8th - Sew 3 of the red/tan triangle blocks
15th - Sew 2 of the green/tan blocks for applique
22nd - Applique and embroider tree block
29th - Applique and embroider angel block

February
5th - Sew 2 of the red/tan triangle blocks
12th - Sew 3 of the green/tan blocks for applique
19th - Applique and embroider holly block
26th - Applique and embroider stocking block

March
4th - Applique and embroider St. Nick block
11th - Sew 3 of the red/tan triangle blocks
18th - Sew 2 of the green/tan blocks for applique
25th - GRACE WEEK- Use it to catch up, or simple enjoy Easter with your family

April
1st - Applique and embroider house block
8th - Applique and embroider candy cane block
15th - Sew 2 of the red/tan triangle blocks
22nd - Sew 3 of the green/tan blocks for applique
29th - Applique and embroider candle block

May
6th - Applique and embroider manger block
13th - Applique and embroider ornament block
20th - Sew 3 of the red/tan triangle blocks
27th - Sew 2 of the green/tan blocks for applique

June
3rd - Applique and embroider reindeer block
10th -Applique and embroider gingerbread man block
17th -Piece blocks and rows together
24th -Cut border fabric and attach borders to quilt top
-Now, cut your batting and backing fabric (remember that Chris at The Hometown Quilter has fabric for your backing if you need it) and start quilting!

If you're just joining us now and you still need supplies, please refer to the post below this one. At the end of it I have a lot of resources for you!
 
We will be posting our progress shots every Friday on Instagram using the hashtag #homefortheholidayssewalong so you'll be able to see everyone's progress. Let's use this to cheer each other on and encourage one another to sew, sew, sew!
 
Have a wonderful Christmas!
Praise be to God for His wonderful gift!

5 comments:

Handbrewedsoaps said...

Looks like fun!!!

my3Kitties said...

Sew....I have till May 20th to be on track, maybe if I start next week working on all of them dang triangle blocks I may actually be able to keep up according to schedule! Can't wait to get back into this & actually finish mine (first I need to figure out where it is)! Happy stitching - to me that is the best part, LOL!~
Tammy

Me and My Stitches said...

I've got my wool and fabric all dug out and am putting some red/tan strips with Thangles right now! Woot Woot!!

Symantha Thomas said...

Thank you sew much for the inspiration to start this. Going to be fun!

Symantha Thomas said...

Thanks for the inspiration to start this sweet little Christmas quilt! Love the schedule you have come up with. Happy stitching!

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