Harmony Block of the Month with Edyta Sitar

Harmony Block of the Month with Edyta Sitar

Harmony Block of the Month

When Edyta Sitar was a little girl, she cut pieces from her mother’s good drapes to make a decorative pillow. Thanks to a wise and patient mother, Edyta survived the incident and grew up to become a world-famous designer.

Harmony Block of the Month

This week Edyta is in the studio with Jenny to demonstrate how to put together her block of the month quilt, Harmony. This applique project was designed exclusively for Missouri Star, and it is available by subscription only. Click HERE to subscribe, and we will send everything needed to make the first block right away. After that, you will receive the supplies for one additional block each month until your quilt top is complete! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

Watch the Latest Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co!

Block of the Month!

Block of the Month!

You are on a roll! With 3 blocks completed, there’s only 5 more to go!

Join Jenny once a month to make a block a month and end up with the cutest Halloween wall hanging just in time for the greatest holiday of all. Come to the retreat center and sew with her live. There will be 8 classes: 7 block classes and 1 for embellishments.

Halloween-Quilt-Blocks-2014

The pattern used will be Home Is Where The Haunt Is Pattern for Kimberbell Designs. This pattern is so versatile! It can be made with primitive fabrics or with something more wild and modern and end up super cute either way!

To sign up for the retreat visit: www.eventbrite.com

Need more information? Send Jean an email at retreats@missouriquiltco.com

Have a great day!

Kate

Block of the Month!

Block of the Month!

Join Jenny once a month to make a block a month and end up with the cutest Halloween wall hanging just in time for the greatest holiday for all. Come to the retreat center and sew with her live and in person or follow her online a few days later. There will be 8 classes: 7 block classes and 1 for embellishments.

Halloween-Quilt-Blocks-2014

The pattern used will be Home Is Where The Haunt Is Pattern for Kimberbell Designs. This pattern is so versatile! It can be made with primitive fabrics or with something more wild and modern and end up super cute either way!

To sign up for the retreat visit: www.eventbrite.com

Need more information? Send Jean an email at retreats@missouriquiltco.com

Have a great day!

Kate

Block of the Month!

Block of the Month!

Hear ye, Hear ye!

Dust off thy sewing machines and sharpen thy rotary blades! (I don’t why I’m talking like this!)

Starting next week, Wednesday the 5th, join Jenny once a month to make a block a month and end up with the cutest Halloween wall hanging just in time for the greatest holiday for all. Come to the retreat center and sew with her live and in person or follow her online a few days later. There will be 8 classes: 7 block classes and 1 for embellishments.

Halloween-Quilt-Blocks-2014

The pattern used will be Home Is Where The Haunt Is Pattern for Kimberbell Designs. This pattern is so versatile! It can be made with primitive fabrics or with something more wild and modern and end up super cute either way!

To sign up for the retreat visit: www.eventbrite.com

Need more information? Send Jean an email at retreats@missouriquiltco.com

I dare you to scare someone today!

Kate

**Due to a snow storm headed our way, we have decided to reschedule the first class that would have been this Wednesday.

The new class will be held Wed, Feb 12 at 10:00 a.m.  Registration is ONLY $10! and participants can bring something to share for potluck lunch and stay and sew until 4 p.m.

Show and Tell…

Show and Tell…

I got this email recently from our friend Loretta.

Her words:

‘This Tonga Nature Wing and a Prayer quilt was a BOM from Missouri Star Quilt Company last year. I signed up late and they sent the first 5 blocks a month at a time, but then sent the rest of the kit all in one box !! Yikes !! Well, that scared me and I didn’t work on it for a while. Then I started again and did the center piece and stopped again. Whew. Gotta get this finished because I absolutely fell completely in love with it . . . sooooo, I picked it up again and went full force and ta da !! The quilt top is fully assembled. I am not saying it is wonderful, but to me it is magnificent !! Oh, the kit is all batiks and also included backing/binding fabric !!
The pattern is quite detailed and has a lot of piecing work involved, but the color choices for this kit are fantastic and really “makes” the whole thing in my eyes. I would not hesitate to do this quilt again because the instructions are very easy to follow and they offer time/fabric saving steps up front for a lot of the piecing.”

Check out her beautiful work….It’s just stunning Loretta.  What marvelous work you did.  You are proof that digging in and finishing up even the most intimidating projects are worth it! Thanks so much for sharing with us all!