Thursday, 22 May 2014

Nested Churn Dash Quiltalong

Do you want to join in the nested churn dash quilt along?  One of my online BFFs, Quiltjane has designed a fabulous nested churn dash quilt block and is prepping for a quilt-a-long starting 1st June 2014.  The block pattern can be purchased and downloaded from here and here.  She will be taking you through the steps to make a 24" x 24" nested churn dash block which you can see in the pic above.  Ten of the top ladies in the quilt averse will be joining Jane along the way (see schedule below).  

For the more adventurous, you can continue on and using the 24" x 24" finished block you can make a pillow or mini quilt or make a quilt, ranging in size from 28" x 80" (1 x 3 block bed runner), 54" x 54" (2 x 2 block setting), 80" x 80" (3 x 3  block setting) and 106" x 106" (4 x 4 block setting).  Jane will provide instructions for each setting.

Fabrics - April Showers, Happy Go Lucky
by Bonnie & Camille for Moda 
June 1st - Requirements, fabric selections and layouts.
June 6th - Tips and hints for making the blocks.

June 10th - Kim Niedzwiecki -
June 11th - Pat Sloan -
June 12th - Lissa Alexander -
June 13th - FatQuarterShop -
June 16th - Frances Newcombe -
June 17th - Katy Jones -
June 18th - Sherri McConnell -
June 19th - Sara Lawson -
June 20th - Amy Smart -

June 23th - Making a quilt using the Nested Churn Dash block.
June 30th - Finishing the quilt.
July 30th - Winners selected from the Flickr group.

Upload your finished blocks or projects to the Flickr Group to win some beautiful Aurifil thread packs and other great prizes. Use #NestedChurnDash on IG, FB, Flickr and twitter. Winners will be announced 30th July 2014.


  1. Krásně sladěné látky. To se moc povedlo.

  2. I so love this block - Would love to be able to do this but not sure if I could make the time :(

  3. This will be a great sew a long - I have just made a double churn dash, inspired by Kathy Doughty's recent book.

  4. That's beautiful...oh so tempted!

  5. Ready to go. Even though my computer is a shared one at the library I bought and printed out my pattern. My computer at home is my iPhone.


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