2020 Christmas Carols Mystery Quilt Sew Along featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

2020 Christmas Carols Mystery Quilt Sew Along

Farmhouse Threads and Friends present:

2020 Christmas Carols Mystery Quilt Sew Along

It will be hard to top last year’s Crazy Quilt, but we think this year’s quilt is PRETTY SPECIAL!

Beginning April 1st, we will share with you free patterns from some of our favorite designers to complete a Christmas quilt sew along.  Each week, one designer will post the free pattern on their website.  All you need to do is go to the website on the date indicated below to download and print your free pattern and order kits to complete the block.  Printed patterns will be available to purchase for those of you that can’t download the free pattern.

SCHEDULE (Mark your calendar now):

April 1, Rhonda McCray, Farmhouse Threads  http://farmhousethreads.com

April 8, Lisa Bongean, Primitive Gatherings  https://lisabongean.com

April 15, Shawn York, Rusty Crow  https://www.rustycrow.com

April 22, Gloria Parsons, Olde Green Cupboard  https://www.oldegreencupboard.com

April 29, Kathi Campbell, Heart to Hand  https://www.hearttohand.com

May 6, Debbie Busby, Wooden Spool Designs  https://woodenspooldesigns.com

May 13, Laurel Arestad, Simply Put Plus  http://www.simplyputplus.com

May 20, Kathy and Taylor, The Cottage at Cardiff Farms  https://www.thecottageatcardifffarms.com

May 27, Dawn Shuck, Sew Cherished  https://www.sewcherished.com

June 3, Reets Carl, Reets Rags to Stitches  https://reetsragstostitches.com

June 10, Jeni Gaston, Woolen Willow Designs  https://woolenwillowdesigns.com

June 17, Joan Grenke, Bits and Pieces by Joan  https://www.bitsandpiecesbyjoan.com

June 24, finishing instructions by Rhonda McCray, Farmhouse Threads  http://farmhousethreads.com

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lisabongean

I live in Butte Des Morts, WI, Married to Nick, with 3 sons, Lance (forever 29) , Luke 31and Jake 30 I am a quilter, rugger, gardener and I also love to cook when I get the chance...

32 thoughts on “2020 Christmas Carols Mystery Quilt Sew Along

  1. I found it under “New Items.” It’s “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas.” Looks adorable! From homepage, click on “Mystery Quilt Sew-along.” From there, click on the link next to the first entry under “Schedule,” and you’ll see “New Items” to the right.

  2. I love block 1 released today. I’m looking forward to seeing the next blocks. I would love to purchase the kits but with a kit coming out each week, that’s a lot to spend in one month, Keep up the great designs ladies. Sallie

  3. Follow Mary R’s directions. I had a hard time finding it too. It’s the Im dreaming of a white Christmas, under new items. I think it’s like the second row down.

  4. Thank you for the directions to find the pattern. I was going around in circles trying to find it. Can’t the designer make it more clear as to where the pattern is? I appreciate the free pattern but it was frustrating to find!

  5. Thanks for the blog notification. This is going to be fun. Can we pre-order kits? I’d love to have my kit and be ready to go when the pattern comes out.

  6. I can’t get paypal to accept me. I keep entering passwords and their code and it won’t let me in.I want to buy the kit for the ChThe phone number you have is not correct. I want to buy the kit and pattern for the White Christmas/Christmas Carol Block of the week. Please help.

  7. I went on line today to download the 2020 x-mas carols mystery block at Farm House and could not find it. I remember last year there was an ordeal trying to get the crazy patch one to. Help

  8. Thank you for the link to the Christmas Carol Mystery block 1. It is nearly 9 p.m. and I was still not able to find it on the farmbhousethreads site. You saved the day!

  9. I was in the same boat. I never found it either. I even sent a message to Farmhousethreads and never got a reply.

  10. Your Mystery Quilts are always so interesting. I like to see how each designer interprets the theme.

  11. I cannot find the Christmas Carol Mystery pattern to download. I am sure I am looking in the wrong spot or doing something wrong. Help, please?

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