If you've been following along with The Shabby for a while you will definitely recognize the quilt pictured above! For those of you who may not know, it is our Christmas Keepsakes Block of the Month quilt which, up until now, was only available as a month-by-month program.
This is where the exciting part of the post starts... Shabby Fabrics owner and designer, Jennifer Bosworth has released a brand new 18-page full color Christmas Keepsakes book! The book features the full color pattern and diagrams along with thorough instructions for this classic holiday appliqué project!
In honor of the new book we are now offering the Christmas Keepsakes quilt as a FULL KIT so you don't have to wait each month for a new block if you don't want to! You can get everything you need all at once! The full kit includes the Christmas Keepsakes Book for the pattern, all top fabrics, borders, binding, backing, and embellishments. Fabrics will be exactly as they are shown in the photo. Just like our block of the month kits, the full kit is available as a traditional appliqué option as well as a pre-fused/laser-cut appliqué option.
As an awesome bonus, the book includes a full-color Appliqué Guide! It features a full list of supplies you will need and step-by-step instructions for spray-starch appliqué including a color photo for each step. If you want to learn more about spray starch appliqué check out Jennifer's series of instructional videos on our YouTube Channel.
For all you block-of-the-monthers we will be including a copy of the book with your first month's kit so not to worry!
Since we are so excited about the release of the book we are going to give away a signed copy here on The Shabby!
Giveaway Details: This Giveaway is now closed!
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Christmas Keepsakes Traditional BOM- 5-pc Silk Thread Kit
Jennifer shows you how to create block one of this quilt using the traditional appliqué technique in this video:
She also demonstrates four different techniques for finishing the edges of laser-cut/pre-fused appliqué in this video: