Summer Sampler 2020 (Including Coupon Code!)

Summer Sampler 2020

Join us for a summer of low-stress sewing! "Summer Sampler 2002: Easy-Piecing Summer" brings you 16 quilt block designs that are easier than they look. This block-of-week program will help you create an amazing quilt that only looks complex. Plus, the designers will give you easy-to-follow instructions and helpful hints every step of the way.

What is a sampler quilt? It is a quilt project where each block is unique - you get to sample different block designs.

This sampler has blocks that are created by 16 different quilters. Starting June 1st, a block is emailed out each week finishing up with the quilt top assembly on September 21st. If you join in the sampler late, all of the previous blocks are sent to you so you can still make the entire quilt. 

How can you participate? Click here to sign up - the price of the sampler is $29.99 and you can use coupon code KITCHENTABLE to get $5 off.

Once you sign up, you will be emailed a Welcome PDF that will include fabric requirements, the sampler schedule, the specific solids used in the mockup, answers to FAQ, etc. This coupon is only good through May 31st so make sure to sign up before the sampler begins!
Summer Sampler 2020
In addition to receiving 16 new monthly blocks, you will be sent instructions to finish your quilt. You can use the provided layout or choose your own.

A couple of years ago I participated in the Fussy Cut Sampler QAL and LOVED it. I am so excited to make the blocks in this sampler. It is a lot of fun to be able to focus on one block each week and then share on blogs, social media, etc. to see what other people made. 
Summer Sampler 2020
The Summer Sampler 2020 designers are, from top left:
Nicole Neblett, Mama Love Quilts; Sherri McConnell, A Quilting LifeErica Jackman, Kitchen Table QuiltingLee HeinrichKatie Blakesley, Swim Bike QuiltCheryl Brickey, Meadowmist Designs; Stefanie Satterwhite, Satterwhite Quilts; Faith Jones, Fresh Lemons Quilts; Giuseppe Ribaudo, Giucy Giuce; Malka Dubrawsky, Stitch In Dye; Megan Pitz, Canoe Ridge Creations; Vanessa Christenson, V and Co; Allison Harris, Cluck Cluck Sew; Devon Iott, Miss MakeCarolina Oneto

You can use fabric from your stash to participate, or you can use the solids specified in the welcome PDF. The following shops have kits available to purchase with the fabric you will need to use the designated solids.
Sewtopia Kit Link (USA based shop)
Mad About Patchwork (Canadian based shop)
Olive and Flo Handcraft (UK based shop)

* We are not affiliated with these shops, so any questions related to orders from your readers should be directed to the shops

1 comment

  1. Was happy to see your name among the designers this year!


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