Long Time Gone

Jen Kingwell always has some amazing project at Quilt Market that we all want to make. This year, she had TWO! 

With Delilah sign-ups over, we decided to start advertising Jen's other adventure for 2017, Long Time Gone.

This quilt is approximately 66" x 67". You'll need the book to participate. Order it here if you don't already have it.

Then sign up for our monthly shipments of fabric to make the quilt. The first kits will ship in late February. This is a 12 month program.

You'll make a section of the quilt each month. We'll follow Jen's color plan using a huge variety of fabrics. We visited with Jen at Market for input on designers and fabric ranges & have lots of new fabrics arriving beginning in January that will be perfect for this quilt.

Monthly kits are just $17.95 each plus shipping. Our version similar to Jen's original quilt is sold out! 
You can still make one of our other versions.

By popular request, we are adding an 1800s version to this monthly program. We'll kit with a huge array of reproduction shirtings and prints from a variety of manufacturers for a unique, Homestead Hearth version of this quilt. While we're using a variety of prints & lines, representative colors are shown here.

Sign up for the 1800s version here.

We're also offering a French General version. We'll use lots of Kaari's fabrics from a variety of lines, including:

Sign up for the French General version here

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. You have the choice of prepaying for the entire BOM or paying on a monthly basis. There are NO exceptions to this rule, so please don't ask if you can discontinue a program once you've joined in. 



 (573) 581-1966

 105 N. Coal St
       Mexico, MO 65265


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