Thursday, March 1, 2018

Cruisin' into March

KT March Special 

While you're reading this, Robert and I are teaching (or rather, playing with quilters) on a quilting cruise with Jenny and Ron Doan (Missouri Star Quilt Co). Jenny and I plan workshop trips together just so we have time to hang out. Both of our lives are crazy busy, so it works out great!

I'm teaching a sampler style wall quilt to share my Layered Patchwork technique with the ladies on the ship. It includes a wonky cemter star, rows of flying geese, a checkerboard border and pinwheels in the corners. We'll learn all the basics to tackle virtually any KTQ pattern using Layered Patchwork.

Through the Year Again


In addition, there are four seasonal button-ons featuring our KT Kutups precut fusible appliques. See the buttons in the corners of the red border? Hang the quilt once, change it for the seasons!
Bloomin' Basket 14" sq.

Happy Birthday, America 14" sq.

Joy of the Season 14" sq.

Autumn Harvest 14" sq.

Comment this week to win a Through the Year Again pattern or find it on our website HERE for the March Special price of only $8 (retail $10.95).

Joy is busy making kits, too. ($119.95 including all fabrics for quilt top/binding/button-ons with KT Kut-ups). Give her a call to order yours today! 785-488-2120





38 comments:

  1. Love this new pattern. Great idea changing the center by time of year.

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  2. My goal this month is to learn the Layered Patchwork technique. I am also looking for a pattern with blocks for the changing seasons. I would love to have this pattern as it meets both goals of mine. This is a creative pattern.

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  3. What a cool pattern! Love the whole idea. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  4. Your designs are wonderful as usual. I'd love to learn the layered technique and more about the cruise.

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  5. Fabulous design. Even the base is interesting while you work on the inserts. Looks like another winner.

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  6. Great to-go projects! Thank you!

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  7. Wow, cruising, sewing & coming home with a beautiful project. Couldn’t ask for more.

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  8. I am always on the look out for small wallhangings that I can change with the seasons. these cute little patterns are perfect!! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  9. Changing the quilt for the seasons sounds like a great idea. I especially like the little flag.

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  10. Soooo jealous!!! Taking one of your cruises is definitely on the ole bucket list!!! Jmh

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  11. I love this project. I am starting to making wall hangings and this would be perfect for my collection.

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  12. What a great idea, one quilt with several different looks! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  13. What a fun idea! As always, I love your fabrics and patterns! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  14. I would love to have this beautiful pattern! Changing the middle square is a wonderfully unique approach to having a seasonal wall hanging.

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  15. Love this pattern and a chance to win!

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  16. stitchin'momMarch 1, 2018 at 8:22 AM

    Neat idea and pattern. Would love to win it.

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  17. I love this idea of buttoning on a different center. I (jokingly) say I decorate for seasons rather than holidays. I still have Christmas, I mean winter, things up. The nutcrackers and snow globes will go after our grandson visits this weekend. However, Grandpa is leaving up the lights on the fence until he pressure washes it. And grandmas are the only spoilers of little ones. LOL

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  18. What a neat idea - & so practical too - to have a quilt that will "change" with the seasons! Enjoy your cruise. Maybe someday I can come too :)

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  19. Smart idea. Do I not recognize an enlarged Blockhead basket for spring? Good idea! The seasonal changes are great designs. Thanks for the chance and have a blast on the cruise!

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  20. I would just love to be on that cruise...maybe someday! Love the seasonal designs.

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  21. I love the button basket AND the flag!!! Right up my alley. I am very into seasonal quilts lately.

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  22. Changing the center is a brilliant idea! What a wonderful way to be able to put a fair bit of effort into a border we'll love, and then make all sorts of whimsical centers--imagine the possibilities! I'd never thought of that, and now my mind is spinning.

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  23. Love the idea that you can change the center. Enjoy your cruise.

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  24. Your through the year quilts sure make a lot of sense.

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  25. I love these little quilts. Such a good idea!

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  26. This little quilt is "sew" cute! And practical too with the button ons.

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  28. Love this idea and the 14" size is perfect for the spot in my kitchen where I hang minis!

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  29. This pattern is fantastic and would love to make it. Thanks

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  30. What a great idea! Would love to win this pattern!

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  31. Another great pattnern! this would be so much fun to make!

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  32. What a fantastic way to decorate for the seasons with a quick button-on switch! LOVE this pattern and grateful for the opportunity to win it!

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  34. Love your creative mind to put it all into reality. We did a family Disney cruise in December. Wish I could join you....bon voyage!

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  35. I absolutely love this quilt! Hope I win the pattern. I have the same
    problem in my sewing room- scraps everywhere! My quilt guild is doing a mystery scrap quilt & I am participating. It won’t use all my scraps
    but it is a start😊

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  36. Had the best time on the cruise and enjoyed your technique. Almost done!

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