I am in search of the block patterns and directions for the June Fabshop hop. I was so busy finishing a queen size crocheted bedspread for my nephew's wedding that I never got to the hop. If anyone has the blocks and directions please send them to email@example.com. I would be very greatful.
Jeanne - I just printed all of the directions off fabshophop.com today. They are available in the member area until the end of this month.
Jeanne, I hav them all to , if you don't get them from where Marge states , let me know and I can send them to you .Barbara
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Yes I was able to get the directions but not the actual blocks.
I got the assembly directions from the site but I am still missing the actual blocks. Any help would be appreciated.
That's strange 'cause the assembly directions and blocks were all in the same place when I did it. Did you do the shop hop for June? If not, maybe that is why I had the whole kit and kaboodle and you just got the assembly part.
Not to be a stickler, but the fabshophop quilts are copyrighted just
as any other copyright pattern. I think it's a case where you can
download the files, but unless you actually found the block and it was
saved under your e-mail address you will not be able to download it.
The patterns are available at quiltshops following the end of the hop
every month, or you can contact fabshophop.com directly and see if they will send it to you. I had read
through everything previously because someone had asked me to send them
my copy of one of the quilts. If I don't want anyone to send my quilt
patterns away without paying for them, if I every get to that point, I
want to make sure that I am following the copyright laws now. Good luck
in tracking this down.Looks like there is a couple of shops in Texas and one in Virginia that are selling the pattern.
Wish I could be of more help.
One quilting project, like one cookie, is never enough.
It's true, if you did not find at least one block in the hop you will not get the directions.
I agree with Loretta that you should contact the folks at fabshophop.com and ask for the blocks to go with the instructions.
I found of one the shops in Texas that sells the pattern. Thanks everyone.
I purchased the pattern. Now I would like to make it into a king-what do you think about me repeating the center blocks again and then just making the side blocks repeat lengthwise for the king size measurements>
i can't help with out seeing the pattern but it sounds like it'll work. another thing you can do is add a pieced border all around
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