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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Moda Blockheads #28

Lincoln's Platform
Barb & Mary of
Me and My Sister

You can go to their blog to 
download the pattern
by clicking here.

Now with Market looming and quilts still needing to be hand quilted
(my Welcome quilt) I need to stop and say a word about 
Over the Meadow.
I was asked by The Quilting Company to film this BOM.
They were to release it and do whatever was necessary to get
the patterns and fabric to the customers.
We have recently found out that apparently Keepsake Quilting 
that was doing the kits was sold to another company
and that company is not sending people the last half of the kits
or patterns.
I don't have the fabric so I can't help with that but I can send
you the last half of the patterns.
I'm not going to Market this fall for the first time in years
due to health issues but the quilts are going.
As soon as I get things for Market tied up I will put together
the last half of the patterns into a file and put it in the store for 1/2 price.
You'll be able to buy it on the website or by calling Tammy at 816-632-7632
or emailing her at
I'm sorry for your inconvenience and stress but we'll get you your quilt and assure
you that we had nothing to do with this.  Stuff happens.  :(

Now lets go see what the other designers 
have done with the Lincoln's Platform  block -

Lynne of Kansas Troubles
Barb & Mary of Me and My Sister
Brigitte Heitland of Zen Chic
Vanessa of Lella Boutique
Betsy Chutchian
Stacy lest Hsu
Laurie Simpson of Minick & Simpson
Sherri McConnell of A Quilting Life
Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings
Corey Yoder of Coriander Quilts
Carrie Nelson of Moda's Cutting Table


  1. Dear Jan, I just discovered you (better late than never) on the MSQC You Tube channel. I watched two times the 4/4 How to Apppique you did with Jenny. I love, LOVE applique quilts and immediately ordered the pattern for the wall hanging. I now live in Colorado Springs area (no humidity here!) but was born and raised in KC. Spent many weekends at my mother's family farm in North Mo. Keep up your wonderful work. So glad I found you! Love from another Missouri gal

  2. Feel better, Jan! Looking forward to seeing what you sent off to quilt market! LOVE your designs and fabric! :-) Hugs!

  3. Really love this quilt. Another wonderful creation! Your blog is really great! I am waiting for more such projects. It looks great! That is very helpful for increasing my knowledge in this field


  4. Tabletop Turnabouts looks wonderful. Imagine -- 2 quilts in one. It's a "Why didn't I think of that?" moment. Would love a copy of the book. Thanks for your creativity and beautiful designs.

  5. I was wondering why you didnt go to market. I hope you are ok my friend!. Just got caught up on your blog. Good to hear that your son got Peps cooking gene.

    Take care!

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