Fussy Pumpkin QAL - Sponsors & Schedule!
I'm so excited to announce all the Sponsors for my Fussy Pumpkin Quilt Along starting in just over a week!
First off - quick recap. The QAL will be held on Instagram with weekly blog posts & emails going out (have you signed up for them??)
It will run from Aug 17-Oct 5th.
The pattern is currently on sale with the coupon "PumpkinAlong"
There are three sizes included in the pattern & you can pick any size & be eligible for the prizes!
Week One: I'll be giving away a FQB to kick things off!
Week Two: Jenna Luedecke Designs - a PDF copy of her Gypsy Tiles pattern
Week Three: Fabric Bubb - $35 gift card
Week Four: Amber of Gigi's Thimble - a copy of her book, Vintage Vibe
Week Five: Jeanne of Traveling Dye Co - an ice dyed 42" mandala fabric panel
Week Six: Satomi Quilts - three PDF patterns! (Merry Little Christmas, Farmhouse Mason Jars & Rainbow Showers)
Week Seven: Simone Quilts - a paper copy of her Butterfly Bouquet pattern & a curated FQB to go along with it!
Week Eight: Stash Fabrics - $25 Gift Certificate
Tara of Taralong Dotted Lines will also be offering 20% off quilting & free return shipping on all Fussy Pumpkin tops sent her way!
To be eligible for each prize you'll need to be following that week's sponsor on Instagram. Some may be US only due to current shipping restrictions - but that will be specified in the weekly post if so!
And now, the Schedule!
Week One (Aug 17-23): Show off your fabric pull & cut up those lovely fabrics!
Week Two (Aug 24-30): Make half of your Fussy Pumpkin blocks
Week Three (Aug 31-Sept 6): Make the other half of the Fussy Pumpkins
Week Four (Sept 7-13): Make half of your Full Pumpkin blocks
Week Five (Sept 14-20): Make the other half of your blocks
Week Six (21-27): Add the sashing to your blocks & assemble your top
Week Seven (28-Oct 4): Add the borders & prep your backing
Week Eight (Oct 5-11): Show off your finished top during this week!! Or quilt it, if you're an overachiever ;)
Keep in mind your pumpkins don't have to be orange! There are SO many good fabrics ready to be fussy cut out there.