Have you seen the Fandango quilt kit using Tula Pink’s newest line, Slow and Steady?
It is breathtaking. Mine arrived in the mail today.
If the picture of the finished quilt isn’t tempting enough, look at these fabrics
My word, I’m just drooling. Look at these two pieces! I think I may need some yards of these.
Let’s take a moment just to admire all of the above.
Done? Good…down to business. (Don’t worry, you can always scroll back up to admire some more)
I’ve been looking over the directions and here are some things I want to share.
Techniques for piecing this include Foundation and Curved piecing and y-seams. It is labelled advanced skill level.
Templates included need to be enlarged 200%. And you will need plastic template materials.
I will be gathering all this up by next Tuesday, I hope you can too.
I’ll also be re-acquainting myself with paper piecing. It’s been a while since I’ve done this. The directions suggest this Paper Piecing Tutorial.
Craftsy has a nice step by step tutorial as well.
I’ve come up with a bit of a time line for this Quilt Along. I plan on completing the steps on the following dates. These can be subject to change as we go along.
October 4 – templates copied and prepared
October 11 – fabrics cut
October 18 – Group 1 blocks complete (steps 2-6)
October 25 – Group 2 blocks complete (steps 2-6)
November 1 – Group 3 blocks complete (steps 2-6)
November 8 – Group 4 blocks complete (steps 2-6)
November 15 – Quilt top assembly.
December 1 for quilt finishing.
Now, this may be an ambitious timeline. If it is, we can change it. No worries.
I’ll be posting pictures on my Instagram, @lovinglylissa, so follow along there as well. There will be more details and tips on the blog.
The pattern must be purchased with the kit, I will not be posting the pattern.
Everyone ready to dive in?