The Splendid Sampler™ – sew along – Radio Waves

Pat Sloan here hosting …. well my own block today!  I bet you never thought you’d see one from me, wink!  Jane and I each designed many blocks to add to the 80 from the other designers for a grand total of 100 Splendid Sampler blocks. I’m excited for you to sew mine!

THREE important things to see today in this article

  • At the END is a link to a MASSIVE giveaway!
  • I have my ‘favorite new product’ review
  • AND I put my block making tips right here … let’s go sew!

Pat Sloan wool pressing mat review pic 5

So many people ask me about the wool pressing mats, I did a review…  I LOVE them!

Watch my review

I use these design boards to keep organized, that way I don’t twist the tiny pieces.

BUY HERE, they come in 2 sizes.

The block will be over-sized AND the radio waves float, so they won’t be touching the outside.

CLICK for my My Oliso Iron Review & 20% off discount + FREE shipping 

To put the corners on, make a crease in the center of the triangle and the center of the radio wave unit.

Match the creases and sew.

Center the rulers ‘white’ mark so that it lines up in the 4 corners of the center block that is on point. See the ruler’s bullseye in the middle.
Then trim all 4 sides.
Why ‘Radio Waves’?  I have run a podcast for over 8 years. I am producing and hosting my 400th show in November, it’s hard to believe it!
My show for American Patchwork & Quilting is recorded live on Monday afternoons at an Internet Radio station. Then the recording is uploaded for a podcast. You can listen on any device,  just turn up the volume and spend an hour with me and my guests.

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CLICK to DOWNLOAD my Radio Waves Splendid Sampler Block

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CLICK for the our publisher’s website and enter to win one of 8 prizes by Oct 30th!

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SHIPPING NOW !!!! CLICK to ORDER your Splendid Sampler 2

This project is Run and Hosted by Jane Davidson and Pat Sloan.

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