Friday August 22nd 2014

Audubon’s Christmas Block of the Month

The stunning Audubon’s Christmas Quilt designed by Kathy McNeil is now available as a block of the month.  When you join you will receive a block pattern every month for seven months. Each pattern is full-size — no enlarging is necessary.   If you just can’t wait, you can purchase the entire Audubon’s  Christmas set of seven patterns.

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Frequently Asked Questions About the Audubon’s Christmas Block-of-the-Month

  • What appliqué techniques are called for?    You may use your favorite appliqué method, such as hand needle-turn, hand fusible, machine fusible, etc.
  • Are the blocks pre-printed panels?    Nothing is pre-printed or stamped. Everything you see on the finished quilt is sewn.
  • Are quilting patterns included?    Suggestions for interesting quilting ideas are suggested, and you can clearly see the quilting on the original quilt in the photographs, but quilting patterns are not included.
  • How long will the On Point newsletter link to the pattern be active?    As long as this Block-of-the-Month is available, that link should work. You may also search our website, www.americanquilter.com, for “Audubon’s Christmas.”

 

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19 Comments for “Audubon’s Christmas Block of the Month”

  • Sarah Elkins says:

    Are the quilting patterns for the Christmas BOM included with the patterns?

    • AQS says:

      Suggestions for interesting quilting ideas are given, and you can clearly see the quilting on the original quilt in the photographs, but quilting patterns are not included.

  • Kate Maeda says:

    With the Audubon’s Christmas Block of the Month, what fabrics do you need? Will there be a fabric kit available each month? If I become a member what are the prices monthly or as a unit?

    • AQS says:

      AQS has the background fabric for Audubon’s Christmas on back order, should you choose to buy it from us. Otherwise, you need a variety of scraps for each block; the instructions include suggestions to try.

  • Judy Z says:

    Audobon’s Christmas BOM. Is this fused or needleturn? I’d like a little more information on the construction please.

  • Betty Ann Parent says:

    Hi

    I love the the Kathy McNeil’s Christmas Quilt. What is the total size of the quilt?

    Thanks

  • Stacey says:

    The Audubon’s Christmas block of the month quilt is gorgeous. When you purchase the pattern or blocks each month, do you receive the fabric for each block as well?

  • AQS says:

    You may purchase the background fabric from AQS (it is on back order). The other fabrics are scraps that you provide.

    • Jo goldsmith says:

      How much is the fabric per yd and what is the wait time on the back order. Also is the background fabric on the project shown all the same fabric. It is beautiful

  • Sandra says:

    Is the embroidery for hand or machine?

  • Kathleen Scheller says:

    I’m still waiting on the yardage for my Audubon Christmas Quilt. As you know I can’t start without it. Thanks.

  • Sandy says:

    What is the name of the background fabric used. Thanks

    • regina lajkowicz says:

      i just purchased the patterns for this beautiful design….is there a pattern for the quilting background or do you have background fabric available

  • Sylvia says:

    Regina Lajkowicz: AQS has the background fabric for Audubon’s Christmas on back order, should you choose to buy it from us. Otherwise, you need a variety of scraps for each block; the instructions include suggestions to try. Suggestions for interesting quilting ideas are given, and you can clearly see the quilting on the original quilt in the photographs, but quilting patterns are not included.

  • regina lajkowicz says:

    please e-mail me when your shipment arrives…what is the name of the fabric

  • mrs.s.godney says:

    nearly completed the quilt,but very disappointed about the lack of instructions to finish the quilt off and the backing.If its quilt as you go,whats the piece of fabric for stated as a backing piece over 2 yards.And there is no directions to put the blocks together on the back of them.


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