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Week One–P2 Quilt-Along

The quilt-along schedule was posted last night on the Patchwork Squared blog.  I have to say… I am relieved that I can say… that I have already completed this week’s task;  Pick out fabrics to use for the quilt-along and post a picture to the Flickr Group.

Week 1: Monday, March 28 – Intro
Week 2: Monday, April 4 – Block 1
Week 3: Monday, April 11 – Blocks 2 & 3
Week 4: Monday, April 18 – Blocks 4 & 5
Week 5: Monday, April 25 – Blocks 6 & 7
Week 6: Monday, May 2 – Blocks 8 & 9
Week 7: Monday, May 9 – Finishing/exit post

What is it with setting a goal to accomplish something that just begs for chaos to happen your life???  My car has decided this is the perfect time to go on the fritz, and Ms. T was up all last night {okay maybe not all night, but it felt like it} not feeling good.

In case you missed the post last week with my fabrics for the quilt-along here they are once again.  Week one ~ Complete!

project sheet


  1. Sounds like a hard 24 hours for you... Wish I could send you some tea and flowers... Keep your chin up!! Your amazing

  2. Hi, I'm a new follower over from Mid Week Mingle blog hop.

    Hope you have a great evening!


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