Stay Home & SewThat's my mantra right now. We stocked up at the grocery store and are prepared for a couple weeks of no social contact. Although Robert and I just in our 60's, I'm more concerned about getting the virus and passing it on to my 86-yr-old Mom unknowingly. The healthier I am, the better prepared I am to care for her. Let's all watch out for each other.
The KT Quilt Shop is closed to walk-in customers as of today, March 17. Please feel free to call the store, place your order, and Robert will set it outside the door if you have a local quilting emergency. Otherwise, our website is always open and we'll continue to ship whatever you need to make your stay at home more fun and productive. After all, you can only clean so much.
Star Cluster Quilt-a-LongIf we're going to be stuck at home, let's have a quilt-a-long! My new Star Cluster quilt is one of my favorites. I love the assorted sizes of churn dash and star blocks and the scrappiness of the Through the Years fabric. We'll make one block a week for 6 weeks. That ensures we can cut kits after the fabric arrives later this month and ship them to you in time to start. There's no charge for the Quilt-a-Long, just follow along on my blog each Tuesday beginning April 21st. If you choose to use your stash, patterns are available at ktquilts.com as printed patterns to ship, or as a printable PDF. If you've already purchased the Star Cluster pattern, find corrections HERE.
Want to win this pattern? Comment about your stay-at-home sewing plans to win.