Monday, July 11, 2011

Summer Sampler Series Starts Today!

Just a reminder that the Summer Sampler Series kicks off today, on Kate's blog, Swim Bike Quilt.

Head over there to learn how to make our first block, the Star of Virginia block. And don't forget to visit the Flickr group to watch everyone's progress!

6 comments:

Laura Jane said...

Have done! Can't wait to finish work and get stuck in :-)

Krista said...

woot! so excited :D

Zoe said...

Pretty, I love it. I may have to get in on one of these soon!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

have done....early this morning I got mine pieced and posted....anxious now..

Kelli said...

I'm gonna try and squeeze in time tonight to get mine done!!

Elena said...

Hey Lee, do you think it's possible to make these blocks double size so the quilt comes out to be nearly twin size?? I have a serious problem with only making quilts I can snuggle under...cold house.

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