Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Welcome to Day 3 of Quiltmaker’s Back to School Party!

BTS12 logo 300 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Today we’ll give you Part 3 of Frame by Frame and show you two more versions of the quilt.

Frame by Frame Part 3: Joining the Blocks

Refer to the assembly diagram below. Use a design wall to arrange the blocks into Row 1′s and Row 2′s as shown. Sew the blocks into rows. Sew the rows together.

BTS12 quiltassembly Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Click here to download and then print the assembly diagram above.

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Today’s featured fabric sponsors are Quilting Treasures and Red Rooster Fabrics.

Quilting Treasures provided School Days fabrics by Melissa Saylor.

QT New 4 C 2012 300x179 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

22252 j nir Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Black (22252-J)

22248 b repeat Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Blue (22248-B)

22249 g nir Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Green (22249-G)

22253 r nir Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Red (22253-R)

 

Here is the finished quilt, absolutely perfect for our Back to School theme! What child wouldn’t love this?!

BTS12 QT Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Frame by Frame in School Days fabrics from Quilting Treasures. This quilt was made by Gayle Brown from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

QT New 4 C 20121 300x179 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!*     *     *     *     *

 

Red Rooster Fabrics provided A Year to Crow About fabrics by Jacqueline Paton.

 

redrooster 125 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

22679 red1 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Pattern #22679-RED1 Style #4244

23090 gol1 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Pattern #23090-GOL1 Style #4244

23088 mul1 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Pattern #23088-MUL1 Style #4244

23086 dkbro1 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Pattern #23086-DKBRO1 Style #4244

 

And here’s the completed Red Rooster quilt. Talk about cozy, comfy! Another perfectly autumn quilt.

 

BTS12 ROOS Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Frame by Frame in fabrics from A Year to Crow About by Jacqueline Paton for Red Rooster Fabrics. This quilt was made by Terri Vanden Bosch from Rock Valley, Iowa.

 

redrooster 1251 Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

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Today we have bundles of fabric from Quilting Treasures and Red Rooster Fabrics for giveaway. There are three bundles from each company so there will be six winners.

To be entered, please leave a comment by midnight tonight (Wednesday, Sept. 12) and tell us if you use seasonal quilts to decorate your home in some way. We’ll choose six random winners and announce them here soon. The winners have been chosen and will be notified by email. Thanks for all of your comments, which help us to plan future issues of Quiltmaker.

I’ll see you tomorrow for Part 4 of Frame by Frame! More quilts, too!

About Diane Harris

I'm Interactive Editor for Quiltmaker magazine in Golden, Colorado, USA. For six years, I've been writing pattern instructions and product reviews, and doing a host of other tasks necessary to help produce a national pattern magazine. Now I work remotely from rural Nebraska to generate some of our online content. I manage the QM Scrap Squad, our blog tours and our Quilt-Alongs. I have one of the best jobs in the world.
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234 Responses to Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

  1. Pingback: Back to School Party: Part 4 and Giveaway! | Quilty Pleasures Blog

  2. Edna Johnson says:

    I love to decorate with seasonal quilts. The vibrant colors of the four seasons are a great palette to work from.

  3. Virginia Majewski says:

    I just finished a project for a silent auction fund raiser for my local genealogical society. It was called a year of table runners. I used seasonal fabrics in all of them. I made a total of 12 table runners. One for each season; Spring, Summer, Sall & Winter, as well as one for each holiday; Valentines, St. Paddys, Easter, Independance Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and a Happy Birthday. They were a great hit at the silent auction and brought in quite a chunk of change. It was a very fun project and one I may decide to repeat.

  4. Deb says:

    Actually, no. I don’t have a Christmas quilt but want to make one badly. I have a half finished autumn leaf wall hanging that needs finishing. I love to decorate seasonally and need to decorate with quilts seasonally since I love them so much!

  5. Catherine Beyers says:

    I enjoy hanging the seasonal quilts in my school library. Kids like them too!

  6. Jeanette DeBruler says:

    Almost all my Quilts are given away. It’s like a cook watching people eat what you have created and smiling .” silence is golden ” I would like to make seasonal wall hangings and change them out during the year . THANKS this is the last day to blog , I’m glad I stopped by . Great site alot of inspiration THANKS again!

  7. Robin Huss says:

    I’ve just started making a quilt, but hopefully I’ll have seasonal quilts in the near future. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  8. Michele Etter says:

    I think this quilt would make a great gift for a film buff or a photographer you could even plug in photos – I love to take patterns and think outside of the box to make more personalized gifts for people!

  9. Lisa G. says:

    I am not a seasonal “decorator”. Whatever strikes my fancy is usually what is used.

  10. Gill says:

    I only have Christmas quilts! but I make a new one each year!

  11. ELIZABETH CROSS says:

    I have christmas quilts half made and appliqued tree skirt, otherwise I make quilts that last all year long (but I am making a Chistmas table runner for a newly wed neighbour).

  12. ritainalaska says:

    i’m trying to put seasonal 1: runners on my entry table, 2: table cloths, 3: sofa throws. they don’t have to match, just colored ot themed.

  13. I can not wait to do this quilt. I was hoping to start it right away but I have a baby shower to do first and then 3 craft sales. So it is first after Xmas. I can’t wait. It would be great to get some awesome fabric to make it with :)

  14. Lovie Ball says:

    The only quilted seasonal that I use, are table runners, and a Christmas tree skirt. Lack of storage space is a big reason.

  15. Suzy Weinbach says:

    Yes, Yes, Yes absolutely. I change all the quilts and decorative items with the seasons. This means I can make even more quilted items from quilts, bags, table runners, placemats, door banners…you get the picture. The more the merrier!

  16. Amy Losordo says:

    I’ve got a Christmas wall quilt. Your fabrics inspire me to start one for the fall season.

  17. Clara says:

    I do use quilts for the changing seasons: Valentine’s Day table runner, 4th of July table runner, Halloween basket liner for the Trick r’ Treats and Christmas–wreath for the door, skirt under the tree and a table topper. Love Quiltmaker magazine and blog!! Thanks for the opportunity to win some fabric. Thanks also for the Back to School quilt.

  18. Vickie Adams says:

    I have an appliqué floral basket that my Mama made that I keep up most of the year, except fall & Christmas. Maple leaf for fall & log cabin for Christmas:)

  19. Melissa Meier says:

    Love theme fabric:)

  20. Pat says:

    I do use seasonal quilts in my home to decorate, sometimes hanging on the wall and sometimes across the back of the couch or chair.

  21. donna russ says:

    I use seasonal fabrics, just in the Spring and Fall, at Christmas also……..sometimes I even change the paint on the walls, my family says that I probly need to sandpaper my walls to get all those layers of paint off…LOL…. but my quilts and curtains are seasonal….and pillows…..

  22. Ginger Schottler says:

    I love quits! I usually don’t have quilts that I have made because they all seem to go home with other people! That being said, I do own many quilts and look forward to cooler fall weather to update our bedroom.

    Thanks!

    Ginger

  23. Kaye M. says:

    I have made several Christmas wall hangings that I display during December. I like to make seasonal tablerunners because they are quick projects and are easy to change out. I sometimes dream about making a bed-size Christmas quilt but its still just a dream!

  24. Linda says:

    I love seasonal quilts and use them on my family room sofa. They are always being rotated to fit the current season or holiday.

  25. Janet says:

    I do tend to use seasonal quilts, especially at Christmas!

  26. Tina Conner says:

    I haven’t made any holiday quilts for my home, yet. I love my quilts and leave them on the chairs, couch and beds throughout the house year round. Nothing is more inviting then a comfy quilt of any flavor.

  27. Heidi says:

    I sure do decorate with quilts, I seam to have several fall and Christmas. I need to work on spring and summer quilts!

  28. Lorrie Means says:

    I have a few wall hangings for Christmas, Easter, Summer. But no quilts (yet). Looking at a couple table runners to make for Christmas .

  29. Marilyn Snow says:

    I like the quilts for the beds to be useful year-round. I am making seasonal wall hangings for use for decoration that I will switch out as time passes.

  30. Shirley in Canada says:

    Looking at this again – it looks so different! I would love to make it in the Red Rooster combo! beautiful!

  31. Amanda A says:

    I have an apple tree quilt I’m finishing up right now – hopefully I can use it before the end of fall! I would love to have a fun lap sized quilt finished for each season eventually :)

  32. Teresa says:

    I love to decorate my home for the seasons. I have several bed quilts I use for each season. Also decorate with table runners and placemats. I also enjoy using seasonal table runners for a shelf I have at work and am currenty making a wall hanging for Halloween. Thanks for the chance to win fabric.

  33. Kathy M Boice says:

    I do not use seasonal quilts to decorate my home. I love table toppers and little quilts best. They are on display in my home year round.

  34. TX JennyWren says:

    Love this awesome quilt you are teaching us about. A great pattern.

    For holidays I love to put out table toppers, doilys and quilts for the season. I have doilys and table toppers from both my mother and my aunt. And also the ones I have made as well.

    thanks for a chance to win the blog candy.
    txjennywren.blotspot.com

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