Welcome to Week 1 of the Fat Quarter Shop Vintage Kite Quilt Along!
As part of my new blogging home here on the web (with extra categories found along the top of the page), I am going to be sharing some of my other hobbies like quilting and cross stitch! I am sewing along with Fat Quarter Shop and Lori Holt for their Vintage Kit Quilt Along based on the FREE pattern available HERE.
Be sure and download the free PDF download from FQS for this quilt along HERE. You will need the Vintage Kite Foundation Paper in order to sew this quilt. I am listing some other helpful tools for sewing this quilt at the bottom of this post.
I am sewing my quilt with the My Mind’s Eye Honey Bee Layer Cake (vintage kites) and Bee Cross Stitch White Daisy (backgrounds).
Here’s a look at my Vintage Kite Blocks for Week 1:
- Honey Bee Layer Cake x 2
- Bee Cross Stitch White Daisy Yardage
- Vintage Kite Foundation Paper
- Quick Press Seam Roller
- Sewline Glue Pen
- Add A Quarter Ruler
- Rotary Cutter
This post is part of a Fat Quarter Shop Quilt Along. Affiliate links provided for some products at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support!
7 thoughts on “Vintage Kite Quilt Along | Week 1”
What fun blocks! I love the fabric you’re using 🙂
This is going to be beautiful! Love your fabric and your blocks!
Your blocks look great. I have been dying to make a quilt with the Vintage Kite Paper and in anticipation I have already bought 2 paper pads. Maybe this would be the time to start! Love your fabric choice!
Yay I’m so happy you’re sharing quilting here as well …
So so happy you will be sharing all your hobbies here. I love your card and floss tube video’s.
You are such a talented and busy lady, I do not know how you find the time.
How did I miss this? Thank you for posting! I’m off to get the pattern and find fabric.
Love this quilt and wish I hadn’t given up my sewing machine when moved to a smaller place. I can see bees in this fabric so you must be very happy. Love it and looking forward to seeing it finished. Thanks for showing it and giving us a chance to get patterns, etc.
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