How very very exciting to finally be done with this block of the month. It has been fun and great to see the samples that have been made from this series and to see others enjoy making it as much as I have provided it to you. It’s taken far longer than I would have liked to finish this block of the month but I now consider it finished with one tiny exception but that will take place silently.
Twas The Night finishes with 25 blocks instead of 24, I found an additional block that was provided to me when I commissioned this artwork that was to be a finishing block. I commissioned it separately and then went and forgot about it.
The current blocks 23, 24 and 25 do not include the machine embroidery files, but they will be added later this week. I wanted to get these released because I know most of you are not using the cutting files or the machine embroidery files.
The cutting files are in the zip files, when you purchase your blocks you’ll receive an update email when I add the machine embroidery files and you will need to re-download the pdf file to get the worksheets. I expect to have the machine embroidery files done by the end of this week.
Click the image to visit each pattern’s page.
Block 23 has a coupon code on it which is: TTNBC-AllDone
The coupon code expires March 20, 2020, and is for 25% off.
The end of the images shows the tutorial for Attic Windows which is a free download when you click on it, there is a cross-sell option to purchase the full quilt at an additional 25% discount. This will be in effect until March 14, 2020, and then it goes back to it’s the normal price which is still a great deal for the full pattern.
Block 25 has a special significance when you send me a picture of all 24 blocks finished (they don’t need to be sewn together in your quilt, they can just be laid out on the floor or a design wall, you will receive block 25 free. This deal is only for those of you who have created your blocks up until now so you should have most of them done already. So Blocks 24 is still free when you finish Block 23, and when you show me all of your blocks in one picture, you will receive a coupon code for Block 25. My little way of saying Thank You for sticking with me through this entire series.
The tutorial covers Attic Window blocks done in 3 techniques. Fabric requirements have been given for both 12 and 15-inch blocks in two of the techniques. The tutorial also covers fabric selection for an Attic Windows block. The tutorial is free.
You have two months to finish block 23 and then an additional month to send me your picture of all 24 blocks.
Block 23 Expiration is: May 7, 2020
All 24 Blocks Expiration is June 7, 2020
Send your pictures to my Gmail address at seamstobesew @ gmail.com (Remove the spaces from the @ sign)
If you don’t hear from me within a few days, please use my contact form and message me or message me on FB via my Seams To Be Sew page. I have been staying caught up with reward patterns so you get them within a few days of asking at the moment.
Artwork for the Twas The Night Before Christmas BOTM
was commissioned for exclusive use for Seams To Be Sew by Clipartopolis.
The patterns were created in Electric Quilt 7 and 8
All my SVG Cutting Files are created in Make The Cut software
Machine Embroidery files were created in Bernina Designer Plus Software v8 and
Hatch Embroidery Software v2.
The full quilt when the Attic Window block is used
Coming later in the week, Sunbonnet Sue and Sam in the USA on a bi-weekly basis… WooHoo!!!
Have a Fabulous Weekend!!
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