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A Season in Blue Quilt Along - Finishing

Can you believe how far we've come?

I am incredibly proud of you. I know your quilt tops look amazing.

Thank you SEW much for joining me on this sampler journey. We did so many different block designs and combinations, and you were right there with me.

Which fabrics did you choose - the cool, cool blues or the yummy pinks and reds?

It's time for those final steps!

I just want to say one more time how proud I am -

there is nothing I love more than quilting along with everyone.

You have been asking about


We are keeping with the season and using our Snowflake fabric ❄️

4 Yards Backing Fabric: A-356-BN or A-356-E

Matching your backing with your border adds a beautiful dimension

when using this quilt as a blanket or thrown on the sofa.


For batting, I use this Hobbs cotton wool blend- it is my favorite!

Batting: 69½ x 78½

Binding We started with our Winter Village blocks, and to bring it full circle, here is a video from our

past Winter Village Quilt Along that will help guide you through making your binding.

Binding: 2/3 yard of contrasting fabric

Wintertime is the perfect time to sit and stitch by the fire.

Get yourself a cookie and some cocoa and stitch the last bit of love into your beautiful creation!

Share your progress with us - we love seeing your work!!

Or start your Sampler Quilt journey today!

Simply follow along from our first blog and make a Season in Blue Sampler Quilt for yourself or as a gift - or maybe you now want to make it in the other color option - bundles are still available!

But don't stop here -

keep going!

Never stop sampling, playing,

creating, and quilting.

You have the book now with plenty more patterns to try! Find some amazing lights, creams, and shades of blue in our stunning Cocoa Blue fabric collection.

Happy Quilting


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Here is an additional video with amazing tips and tricks for backing, batting, and binding.

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