August 13, 2019

Jelly Roll Waves Quilt Along | Quilt Tops!

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Over the next two weeks we'll be assembling our quilt tops.

I don't have mine assembled yet, so I've nothing to show.  August is always a super busy month for me, and this year it's compounded with lots of pattern writing.

The winner from the first half of the blocks linkup is Lisa from Sunlight in Winter Quilts, who received a $15 gift certificate to my pattern shop, and since I am late getting this post up and the linkup for the second half of the blocks has already ended, I've selected the winner, and that's Maria from Life on the Block who also received a $15 GC from my pattern shop.

The random winner from the Quilt Top link-up will be announced on August 27th.  A random winner from this linkup will receive three PDF quilt patterns from Cheryl of Meadow Mist Designs.



This here's the schedule.  Each post will be at noon:
  • July 2 - Fabric Selection - Link-up open for one week.
  • July 9 - Fabric Cutting - Link-up open for one week.
  • July 16 - Half of the blocks - Link-up open for two weeks.
  • July 30 - Half of the blocks - Link-up open for two weeks.
  • August 13 - Quilt Tops - Link-up open for two weeks.
  • August 27 - Finished Quilt Parade - Link-up open for four weeks.

Jelly Roll Waves Quilt Tops



It's your turn to share your quilt tops!  This link-up will be open through noon pacific time on August 27th.

If you need help with linking up, Cheryl at Meadow Mist Designs wrote a detailed blog post on this very subject.  Hop on over here to read it.

This link-up is only for the JELLY ROLL WAVES QUILT ALONG.  Do not enter Finished {or Not!} Friday posts here, please.  They will be deleted.
You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
Click here to enter

3 comments :

Nancy @ Grace and Peace Quilting said...

I'm enjoying seeing these quilt tops--love the variety!

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

I've linked up my rainbow-y top. Thanks for the QAL. It's been fun.

Danice G said...

Yes, what wonderful variety. They are all pretty. This is a fun quilt along for sure.