For those of you who were having problems grabbing my button for your blogs, here's a working version:
Jennifer and I have also set up static pages on both of our blogs (see the page list at the top under the banner header) where all the information including links to each blog post will be available, in case you come to the QAL a little late.
That done, here's the important stuff - the schedule! We will be posting twice a week, Mondays and Thursdays to cover all the instructions. Tutes and blog posts will alternate between mine and Jennifer's blog, so make sure you are signed up to follow us both! I will link to Jennifer's the days she is doing the tutes, and vice versa to make sure you don't miss anything. We will kick off the action with the fabric cutting instructions next week over on Jennifer's blog. Excited yet? I know I am :-)
Week 2 (starts 22nd August) - Cutting fabric for the front
Week 3 (starts 29th August) - Block Piecing tute & Design Layout
Week 4 (starts 5th September) - Border piecing tute & assembling quilt top
Week 5 (starts 12th September) - Cutting & piecing the back including block tutes
Week 6 (starts 19th September) - Basting and Quilting
Week 7 (starts 26th September) Binding and Finishing your Quilt
Week 8 (starts 3rd October) QAL finish - showcase the quilts & announce giveaway winners!
As you can see, there is plenty of time there for all the steps. The Quitalong officially finishes on Monday 3rd October and your finished quilt needs to be posted in the Flickr group by the end of that day to be eligible for the lovely giveaway prizes. By finished, we mean basted, quilted (whatever way you prefer) and bound.
Don't forget to pop over to our QAL sponsors Sew Fresh Fabrics if you need fabric! Remember to enter FAIRYLANE in the Notes to Seller upon checkout to get your free domestic/ half off International Shipping on orders totaling $35.00 or more. They will refund the shipping via paypal upon shipment.
Any finally, a quick reminder to join the Flickr group where people are already posting up their fabric choices.
Any questions? Let me know!