After what seems like months since the last release, blocks 17 and 18 are finally ready and are released. The rest of the blocks will be released over the next few months. I really want to finish this botm by Summer 2019.
Sunbonnet Sue and Sam should see releases next week.
I have also drawn the winners for this past weeks bloghop for Quilt Qwazy Queens.
The winners are
Both have been notified by email, please check your spam folders if you didn’t receive an email from Seams to Be Sew.
Reward Turn In Date for Block 18 is May 21, 2019.
I need to note here that I’ve had to slightly raise the price of these blocks. This isn’t something I wanted to do, but the double service fees between Payhip and Paypal are simply killing me. While at Craftsy I tried to keep the intro price of the first block price at $5.00 it is not priced at $6.50 for the first week of the release, it will then move into it’s permanent price of $8.50. The second block will be priced at it’s normal price of $8.50.
Once I have my cart in place on my site and I do work on it daily, I will have my pricing back to normal, but I don’t forsee it opening any time soon and thus I’m stuck with Payhip until I can get that cart open.
I honestly try to keep my pattern prices low, so I want you to know this was a really tough decision and I do apologize for raising the price of the set of blocks during the run of the entire series.
Twas the Night is brought to you in a 12 and 15-Inch block.
The artwork for this series was created exclusively and commissioned from Clipartopolis.
There are six blocks left in this series.
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