RBR Links Page Updated & More Giveaways..

Row By Row Experience

Row By Row ExperienceDon’t ya just love it when I find a new pattern you can download from shops participating in the Row By Row Experience? This was a cute pattern from last year at Pink Castle Fabrics in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It’s a pretty simple row, and would piece together quickly. I’ve given you the direct page link on my RBR Downloads page along with a 2014 pattern for the Stitchin Post.

Next today, I have several sponsors to add for the giveaways for The Road Home Row Along and Eerie Nights.

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The Road Home RAL Welcomes P&B Textiles..

P&B Textiles, Red Rooster, Washington Street Fabrics

P&B Textiles, Red Rooster, Washington Street FabricsSo today, I have a wonderful offering for you from P&B Textiles, Red Rooster Fabrics, and Washington Street Studio. All are part of the P&B Textiles family of fabrics and they are offering The Road Home Row Along a wonderful bundle mixture, wait till you see what you can possibly win during September/October during The Road Home Row Along Event.

Three different bundles that incorporate an already precut package of fat quarters, a 5×5 square pack with 42 fabrics, a 10×10 square pack with 42 fabrics, and a 2 1/2-inch strip pack of 40 fabrics. 

There are three bundles, each with its own distinct value, but the total value comes to $280.00.

Click on inside to see the beautiful bundles in this giveaway.

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The Road Home Row Along and Sulky Threads and Nancy’s Notions..

Sulky

SulkyAmongst my favorite thread manufacturers, I have loved Sulky threads ever since I discovered their multicolored and metallic thread colors. Back again this year, Sulky returns to offer visitors of the Road Home Row Along an absolutely wonderful sampler of their threads. It includes everything in the kitchen sink.

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Robert Kaufman Fabrics Offers You…

Robert Kaufman

Robert KaufmanAny quilter who has a lovely stash of fabric knows who Robert Kaufman is. They have an absolutely delicious line of fabrics they offer to quilters around the world via shops selling their fabrics. They have generously offered us a beautiful bundle of Fat Quarters for the Road Home Row Along. Let me tell you, these fabrics are stunning, absolutely 100% gorgeous and perfect for the coming Fall season. 

The image of the bundle they sent me doesn’t do this set justice, you need to go visit the page to see what’s going to be in the bundle and I think when you do, you will be wanting Continue reading

Electric Quilt, Canada Day, The 4th of July..

American and Canadian Moose With Fireworks

American and Canadian Moose With FireworksHappy July Everyone, Happy Canada Day for my fellow Canadians, and for those of you in the USA gearing up for Monday, July 4th, Have a wonderful weekend…

Today is a great day for me, I get to announce that Electric Quilt will be giving us their newest software, EQ Mini for a giveaway item during The Road Home Row Along. If you haven’t heard of it, that’s because it is brand new. I do think it has many of the same features as the older Quilt Design Wizard, but it’s still great software just the same. There are some obvious differences between EQ itself and EQ Mini, namely, Continue reading

Kathy McNeil Comes To Seams To Be Sew…

Kathy McNeil

Kathy McNeil

I’ve often noted on Seams To Be Sew that I love landscape quilting. Last year, I posted my Oh Holy Night Block of the Week series, and I touched just a tad on landscape quilting in this series. It doesn’t matter to me about the technique used, if it captures my eye, expands my imagination, and makes me think WoW!!, I think it’s amazing. If I ever create even something that is half of the talent of any landscape artists I’ve been learning from, I will be ecstatic. I enjoy many artists who do landscape quilting, but one of the artists I’ve enjoyed since purchasing her book and DVD last year is Kathy McNeil. Her book is not only captured with a lot of beautiful projects, but she also shares her techniques for creating landscape quilts.

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