Simply Sign Me Update and Sponsors For The Road Home RAL

Today is the first day I’ve had to be able to update ya’ll on little things that are happening at Seams To Be Sew. We have our first sponsors for The Road Home Row Along, and I have a Simply Sign Me Update for you.

First, I’ll do Simply Sign Me.. Joan and I had the chance to talk last weekend, and we have decided the following:

  • We will be doing 4 1/2-inch blocks.
  • You can just sign a 4 1/2-inch square, or you can make a block. We’d prefer you make one, but for those who have time issues, a square will be great.
  • No color requirements, it’s your color choice.
  • International Participants, how we will work the postage is, that Joan will find out your return postage, and you can pay her via her Paypal account prior to her shipping your blocks back to you. I will ask you to send her an envelope so she doesn’t have any out of pocket expenses to deal with, so when you send your blocks, just throw in an extra pre-addressed envelope.

If you don’t know about our Signature Swap Along, you can read more about it here.

Next Up, The Road Home Row Along:

Our First Sponsor 

Fat Quarter Shop

The Fat Quartershop is giving a generous gift of the following items

A Fat Quarter Bundle
Two or three FQS books
A few Jolly Bars
A small box of Aurifil thread

A generous gift with a value over $300.00


Our Second Sponsor

Busy Hands Quilts

Myra is giving away the following patterns

Total Value $41.50

If you’d like to sponsor a giveaway for this event, you can contact me here.

Be sure you stop in tomorrow for the release of the 6th block in Perfect Pairs

Pancakes and Syrup


3 thoughts on “Simply Sign Me Update and Sponsors For The Road Home RAL

  1. Thank you for the extra details for the Signature Swap. It is just what I needed to know. I will be joining in. Just sign up. Should be very interesting with no colour restrictions and any block can be used. we should get a great mix.

    1. Awesome Cynthia, Like my love for log cabins, I also love scrap quilts. I don’t make many quilts where the fabrics are matched… I love doing scrap quilts.

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