Combine this finishing kit with your November 2020 Stashin’ with Stephanie bundle to complete the Sparkle quilt top. This finishing kit for Stashin’ with Stephanie subscribers includes additional fat quarters of Thistle Patch by Teresa Magnuson for Clothworks plus background fabric and binding to complete the quilt top.
We sent out three types of Stashin’ bundles this month labeled A through C. Check your bundle at home before ordering and if you received the A bundle, you will want to order the A finishing kit to get the six fat quarters missing from your bundle and complete your Thistle Patch collection. If your variation is sold out, please join the waitlist and check your email for an update if we are able to add more to stock.
If you also want backing for the Sparkle quilt, check out our available yardage at the Thistle Patch link above.
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I am in LOVE with this month’s Stashin’ with Stephanie design. I actually had something quite different in mind, but when I realized that my original idea would require massive amounts of background fabric, I made the switch to a medallion star design and the results are fantastic!
Sparkle is one big star, and while it looks stunning, it is actually pretty simple to put together. There are NO Y-seams in the quilt, and I break down how to sew your diamond blocks and turn them into easy to assemble wedges that make up the quilt top. You’re going to love it.
The best part is this really goes very fast. I managed to create mine from start to finish in about two weeks including the quilting! And my job entails much more than sewing. In addition to running a business, I also have a six-year-old that we are homeschooling because of the pandemic and a 9-month-old who still nurses every 3 hours day and night. So if I can finish this quickly, so can you.
This month’s quilt uses Thistle Patch by Teresa Magnuson for Clothworks Fabrics. The purple, greens and charcoals are so pretty and will be a fun distraction from any dreary fall days. And the design splits up the light, medium and dark fabrics, so the light fabrics won’t get lost against the background.