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HOUSE BLOCK SWAP

    *Do you enjoy making, winning, or swapping quilt blocks? Then this is the event for you and your friends!
*Swag bag (including acrylic house shaped templates and other goodies)
When:
  •   Registration ends June 11th   REGISTER HERE
  •   Registration is $25.00 and is available by phone, online, or in person
  •   Party/swap begins June 12 and you will provided with the details, including the due dates of the blocks and other important information, upon registration.
What:    
  •  SWAG bag pick up is Anytime from June 5-12 or for out of town participants the SWAG bag will be mailed.
  •  SWAG bag will include the acrylic templates to make the houses along with other goodies.
  •  You will be making 1 block to enter into a drawing. We will determine the number of winners based on the amount of entries. 
  • After that, any additional blocks that you make are for swapping.  Make as many additional blocks as you want to exchange.  All blocks must be received at the shop no later than on July 31.
  • You will receive one block back for every block you turned in.
  • All blocks must be made using the provided templates in order to assure block size consistency.
Timeline:
  • Signup is currently in process and will be closed on June 11th
  • After registering, you will be sent a link to join the Facebook Group
  • Join the Facebook Group, where we will post more information, as well a video for the kick-off
    • NOTE: No Facebook? Contact the store for further instructions.
  • All blocks must be received at the shop no later than July 31
  • Swapped blocks will be available for pickup beginning August 21.


We Love Batiks!


Rather than rolling color across lengths of fabric as conventional printing processes do, Batik fabrics are created by stamping fabric with a protective wax layer in areas where the color is not desired before dyeing the fabric. Each new color requires a seperate application of wax to protect different areas of fabric. The layers of dye create rich complex colors not created in other printing processes. Wax coatings adhere just a bit differently with every application, even cracking occasionally, adding subtle variations to each section of fabric. The individuality and color created in this unique dyeing process make Batik prints colorful and intricate, qualities appreciated by discerning quilters and sewers alike.

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