The art of learning…

I am so thrilled to be a very small piece of a great big community of people who love to share, share their passion, designs and talents with like-minded people. So I was even more thrilled to be asked by Pat Sloan and Jane Davidson to be a part of project they are rolling out with 83 quilters, Martingale Publishing, Aurifil threads and Moda Fabrics. I continue to learn from these people and this project will help me do more of this.  I am not big on applique or embroidery. As soon as I sit down I fall asleep so that could possibly be the reason I am not a fan of hand work. Maybe it could be that I am impatient. The Splendid Sampler™ is going to allow be to bite off little bits of applique. And the blocks will be small so maybe my big stitches wont show up to badly. I will continue to learn. There are 100 different blocks so even if you don’t want to make all of them there are plenty of options for all. the-splendid-sampler-industry-banner-v1-1HERE are the details:
The Splendid Sampler™
It starts Feb. 14th.
Don’t you just {heart} that?
100 – 6″ quilt blocks from 83 designers/quilters.
Choose your fabrics, assemble your notions and get ready to learn and share.
If you want to read about how this little project got started, click here and sign up for updates, so you don’t have to remember to go looking.
Follow along on the blog,  for tips, tutorials as well as learning about what makes each of these people tick.
You’ll get two FREE mystery blocks per week for a total of 100 blocks throughout the year!
Join the Facebook group, Facebook.
I hereby officially challenge you to jump in.
I can’t wait to see what you make with these patterns.
Be sure and include #TheSplendidSampler when you post your pictures.
-modalissa

2 comments

  1. ferne says:

    I feel the same about handwork. I like it, but if I can find a way to do it on my machine I’ll always choose that. I keep telling myself that I have to quilt all the tops waiting on my pile to be quilted, but this is just so very tempting and would give me a break from quilting every once in a while. Can’t wait to see how it goes!

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