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new block of the month starting in Jan.

Civil War Tribute

Honoring the upcoming 150-year anniversary of the American Civil War.

Create a reproduction quilt that recalls the drama of this significant era. The Civil War Tribute Collection by Judie Rothermel encompasses the historical accuracy and current appeal for which Judie is well known. Highlights include an antique toile-inspired design and a commemorative print denoting key battle locations and leaders, depicting both southern and northern points of view.

 The program runs from January through December, 2010.  

The finished quilt is 100” x 112” so it will fit any size bed—a double-size bed will have enough available to cover the sides of the bed and the quilt will also comfortably fit a king-size bed.


Civil War Tribute

 

Monthly patterns will include the following:

• Detailed cutting and piecing instructions to make the blocks needed for that month;

 

• Historical notes about key battles in the Civil War including source material and quotations from prestigious university librar

ies including Duke University, Notre Dame, and others;

• A swatch chart so you can identify the fabrics used in the blocks.

If you sign up to receive our monthly kits, you’ll also receive generous cuts of fabric to make the block sections each month. By the end of 12 months, you’ll have all the fabrics needed to complete the top and binding  The price of the pattern and exact fabrics to make this quilt is $24.00 plus a minimal shipping to your location.

 Pattern only will be $60.

Make sure you have this special fabric for the backing of your Civil War Tribute quilt. A gorgeous, intricate scenic print with drawings of soldiers and generals and war scenes along with battlefield listings and quotations. A mini-history lesson on one piece of fabric! Beautiful colors of deep red, soldier blue and tan are the perfect complement to your quilt top. You’ll need 9 1/4 yards of this regular width fabric for your back. scenicweb_smallOrder backing when you sign up for BOM and receive 20% off.  This special goes for any kit you order in our shop if you buy the backing at the same time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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9 Responses to “new block of the month starting in Jan.”


  1. 1 Judy
    October 26, 2009 at 2:30 pm

    Somebody stop the madness—-while you’re at it sign me up!!!!! Just to let you know—Jeanine quilted my Home Sweet Home quilt—she did a fantastic job!! It’s up on the wall and will be in the LSQ quilt show this weekend. Saw a picture of this new BOM when I was in the store getting my quilt and binding—-I tried to forget about it but then Wendy talked about it and you know the rest—-it is a beautiful quilt.

  2. 2 Pam
    October 26, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    That Civil War quilt looks amazing. Will it be something I’ll be sorry I didn’t do if I don’t sign up? It isn’t like I don’t have other projects to finish!

  3. 3 Pam L
    October 26, 2009 at 8:47 pm

    Is this a BOM that I will be sorry if I don’t sign up? The fabrics are amazing but it is such a huge project. Is it truly as beautiful as it looks?

  4. 4 Julie
    November 3, 2009 at 3:08 pm

    I am very interested in your Block of the month-Civil War-pictured in this post. It is beautiful. Let me know the specfics. I would like the block of the month, the backing and the pattern. Thank you for the inspiration.

  5. November 3, 2009 at 9:03 pm

    Yes…this is a great quilt. I will be doing this block of the month. I rarely do anyone else’s but this is so cool….Lisa

  6. 6 Pat Prestridge
    December 16, 2009 at 5:35 pm

    I am so looking forward to your little patterns for the New Year as I am trying to spend more time at the computer and it is fun to combine computer and sewing together. You can have a rest from each one, but know you are getting someting to sew in the future.
    Love, Pat

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  8. 8 Lorraine Ensz
    May 13, 2014 at 11:08 am

    Does anyone have any fabric from this kit left over?


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