Yonder Quilt Along: Row 8

We’re in to September and Row 8 of the Yonder Quilt Along. Where did summer go?! This is another easy row, which is perfect for fitting into back to school schedules and the hustle of all the new things starting about now. I had a fat quarter of one of the Tula basics. It was
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 7

Hooray for Row 7, aka the Double Ladder Row! After the last two more intricate rows, it’s a nice break to do something easy. My ROYGBIV Yonder gradient continues with this yellow from Pinkerville. It’s kind of an oddball with the mint on the lemon yellow, but that also makes it a great transition piece
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 6

I’m back! After staying up until 2:38 finishing up sewing Row 6, not because it’s hard but because I can’t start stitching until after the Gremlin is in bed. Such is life. Row 6 is the first row of V blocks. Now there are small, medium, and large V blocks in Yonder. There are pages
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 3

Back to the Hourglasses for Row 3 of the Yonder quilt along. Nothing new about this row since we did them a couple of weeks ago. You’ll need ⅓ yard of the color if you’re using all one fabric. Again, you can get by with ¼ yard IF, and it’s a big if, your fabric
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 2

On to Yonder Row 2. You will need ¼ yard if you’re doing all one colorful fabric for this row. If you have no miscuts, this is what you will have left over. I’m using this big jellyfish print from Tula Pink’s Zuma line. I never get too precious about my fabric or trying to
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 1

How did planning go? I thought the coloring sheet was helpful, or you just had fun coloring. Maybe a little of Column A and a little of Column B? I hope you got everything squared away and you’re ready and raring to sew. Since I’m doing all one background, I decided to cut my sashing
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Kismet Quilt Along: Pointy Units

One of the things that I think makes Kismet fun is that the block uses triangles that are different than your average half square triangle units, but most of the time that also means that it takes a little bit of thought for making those triangles. Hopefully this will make it easy for you; there are
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