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2023 Quiltmania Mystery Program

featuring a design by Susan Smith

and Dutch Heritage fabrics



Are you ready for an amazing adventure?

The 2023 Quiltmania mystery designer is Susan Smith. We know how much you love her work and we're sure this will be a must-have project.

As always, it's a mystery overall, but we do have a few details we can share. The photo above is all that we've seen.

 Susan will be using Dutch Heritage fabrics from Petra Prins. These fabrics will ship to us from Europe. The program will feature 22 fabrics overall and  FOUR fabrics will ONLY available through the program. So, if you want to make the quilt similar to Susan's you'll need to sign up for kits.

The quilt will be about 65" square.

The quilt will feature  appliqué, hand piecing and simple embroidery.

In the coming weeks, we'll have information on optional acrylic templates, a thread kit, backing and other notions.

For now, we're taking registrations for the program.

The fabric will divided into 6 installments. Each installment will be $49.95 plus shipping and tax where applicable. 


The fabrics are the Dutch Heritage cottons & they are shipping from Europe so the price point is here than US cottons.



If you're currently in a monthly program with us, feel free to email us at: "info@homesteadhearth.com" to join in this. (No phone calls, please--we need the written record of your intent to join.)

Alternatively, you can sign up here with a 99 cent registration fee and you'll be billed for the 6 installments at $49.95 per installment as they ship.

You'll need each of the 6 issues of the magazine in 2023 for the pattern. Subscribe here.

The deadline to order fabric for this is fast approaching, so don't delay in joining. Once we've ordered, we won't be able to add to the order.







 

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 info@homesteadhearth.com

 (573) 581-1966

 105 N. Coal St
       Mexico, MO 65265

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