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Gypsy Wife


By popular request, we're offering a new edition of this monthly program. Sign up now for to start this quilt in September!
In addition to a choice similar to Jen's original quilt shown below, we're also offering an 1800s reproduction colorway this time!



Finishing at 59" x 68", the quilt features a huge array of bright, contemporary fabrics. Our kits will follow the color plan shown using a variety of Jen's fabrics along with a variety of stripes, dots, solids and florals from Kaffe and other designers to capture the look of this quilt.

The 1800s reproduction version will utilize a wide range of fabrics from Marcus, Windham, Andover & Moda with a focus on the brighter, clearer reproduction shades of pink, red, purple, cheddar, green & blue. The new Devon County line is a great representation of the colors & styles of prints we'll use in the 1800s version.


The pattern is divided in ten sections. Two of those sections are large so we are dividing this in to a 12 month program to help space out the work evenly. We'll provide generous cuts to you can have some freedom to arrange the long fabric strips as you prefer. Each monthly kit is $15.95.

You'll need the pattern book to start. Order it here.

Then, reserve your spot in our monthly program. We'll ship the first kits in September.

All of our Special Programs or Monthly Programs require a commitment from you for the length of the program. Signing up for a Block of the Month is the same as putting a quilt on "lay-away". You are making a commitment to purchase the entire set of patterns or kits. There are NO exceptions to this rule, so please don't ask if you can discontinue a program once you've joined in.

We will call you to obtain monthly billing information after we receive your order as Paypal cannot process our monthly charges.


 

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 info@homesteadhearth.com

 (573) 581-1966

 105 N. Coal St
       Mexico, MO 65265

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Homestead Hearth....where friends gather for simpler times.  Now celebrating over eight years of service and growth at 105 N. Coal in Mexico Missouri.