Quilt Along update

Hi everyone.  I know you’re looking for the Spring Petals Quilt Along today.  It is April 3rd after all.  I apologize, but I don’t have it ready yet.  We’ve had a family tragedy this week and life got put on hold for a few days.  I’m trying to get caught up, so please be patient.  I hope to have the fabric requirements and pattern ready for you tomorrow or Sunday.

Spring Petals button copy

I’d like to clarify what a “quilt along” is all about.  It will be kind of like a class in that I will walk you through the process of making a table topper.  I’ll provide you with the free pattern and each week I’ll publish a lesson.  You don’t need to sign up for anything and I won’t be directing you to go somewhere else. It will all be a part of updating my blog.

I am so happy that many of you will be joining me for this quilt along and I’m flattered that you’re excited, too!  I’ll be back soon with the first “lesson”.  Thanks for understanding.


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Hello! I'm Julie and I love to quilt, craft, read, garden, hike and spend time with my family.

64 thoughts on “Quilt Along update

  1. Family always comes first. We will all be here when you are ready just like you are for us with your generous blog. Take care, Julie

  2. I am so sorry about your family tragedy. Please know I am thinking of you and sending you many positive thoughts

  3. Julie, We are all with you in prayer and spirit. I am truly sorry for whatever sadness has happened in your life. There is no rush so we will wait until ‘your’ time is right. Just one question since I’ve never participated in a quilt along before. Do I have to sign up? Or just join in whenever you begin? Thank you. Take care of you. Linda

    1. Hi Linda, You don’t need to sign up for this quilt along. I will keep it updated on my blog so you can see it whenever you visit here. I have a Spring Petals QAL tab at the top for easy reference.

  4. Take care of your family and yourself. Post when you are ready and not before. Prayers to you and Happy Easter.

  5. Hi Julie,

    I hope that my worst scenario about your family’s tragedy is not what happened. My thoughts and love are with you and your family.

  6. Hi there Julie,
    I feel for your loss. It does get better…slowly, with time.
    We have a family emergency; my dad had emergency surgery about 10 days ago and has to have another one sometime today for an infection at the incision site.
    Prayers for you and your family.
    Quilty Huggs,

  7. Julie please take all the time you need! We understand and will be right here for you when you’re ready. Praying for you and your family.

  8. I am so sorry to hear this. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Please, take the time that you need. We can all wait. Hugs

  9. Julie my sympathy at this fragile time for you and your family. God bless you all in this season of New Life and peace. Blessed Easter to you. Look forward to future emails. Namaste. Mari

  10. Please take time for you and family during this tragic time. We will be here when you are ready. Peace to you and your family. Nancy

  11. So sorry about what ever is going on in your life right now. May you all have the strength to get through it. Blessings…

  12. Hey, baby girl, you enjoy this Easter Sunday with your family and friends. And know, you have more love and prayers supporting you in everything you do, from your quilting family followers. God Bless you and the family, see ya soon with bells on! 😉

  13. I am sorry for your family troubles. My prayers are with you.Take your time , do what you need to do.We will wait for you. You are worth it.

  14. Take all the time you need, you and your family come first. We can delay the class until you feel ready. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

  15. Julie, So sorry to hear of your family tragedy. Take time to heal. We will be here for the quilt along when you are up to it.

  16. Julie, I am so sorry to hear that you have suffered a family tragedy. May God’s love and peace be with you all.

  17. So sorry to hear of your family tragedy. Sending love and prayers to help you through this difficult time and thank you for being so generous with your talents and time. :-)Nicola

  18. Take your time and focus on your family for now… catch up with us when you can.. just grateful to have this opportunity for sure!! Blessings over this Easter weekend to you and yours! Kathi

  19. I;m so sorry about the family tragedy. I hope your family is comforted and strengthened. The quilt can wait: family is so much more important!!! Hugs, H in Healdsburg

  20. Sending my sympathy to you and your family for whatever troubles have found their way to your doorstep. My prayers & best wishes are with you.

  21. Oh dear, Julie. I am so sorry to hear that you’ve had a tragedy in your family. Take all the time you need. We’ll be here for you! Hugs and prayers are coming your way.

  22. Dear Julie,
    I join with everyone else in extending my heartfelt sympathy to you during this time. Your family is in my prayers. I agree that the timing of the quilt along is not important. I am looking forward to it, but I don’t want you forcing yourself to do it during a difficult time. Thank you for your lovely, interesting, and creative blog. God bless you, Lori

  23. I’m sorry for your family tragedy. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. May the Risen Christ comfort you and give you peace.
    Jean Thurman

  24. I am so sorry about your family tragedy. Family comes first, always remember that. We quilters can wait until you are able to carry on. I look forward to the Quilt Along but realize that life’s issues for all of us are so often unscheduled. I will enjoy your quilting expertise when the time is right. Until then, I pray things will work out and that you and your family have a blessed Easter!

  25. Hi Julie, so sorry to hear of your tragedy. In Feb my husband lost his brother to cancer, then 2 weeks later my father was diagnosed. We are still healing on one hand, from a loss, but are living a journey of “healing” thru chemo now, on the other. Thoughts are with you during this time of healing for you and your family. Thank you for the update.

  26. Hi Julie
    So sorry to hear you’ve had a troubled week. To have to put quilting on hold isn’t what counts right now. Hope you are all ok.
    Big hug.

  27. God Bless you and your family. hope all turns out well for you, or you have the strength to what is pout on your plate.

  28. I am so sorry for whatever your family is going through. Do take care of yourself and your loved ones. We, your faithful, will be here when you are ready and able to come back to us.

  29. Life sometimes throws us a ball that hits us–and we don’t even get to “take a base.” Take care of yourself and your family. That is what is important. Everything else doesn’t matter.

  30. Julie, I’m so sorry about your family tragedy. Don’t worry about the quilt along, we will all be here when you are ready. I always enjoy your posts and projects. Happy Easter.


  32. Looking forward to the quilt along. Family always comes first, take care of yourself and your loved ones.

  33. I am so sorry to hear you had a family emergency. That certainly comes first of anything else. We can be ready for the quilt along anytime. Know you and your family are in my prayers, may you find comfort and peace as you work thorough this circumstance..

  34. I too am very excited to do my first quilt along with you. As Leanne stated we can all wait until it is good for you. God Bless you and your family at this time.

  35. I am excited as anyone else for your posts and wonderful updates. BUT there is nothing more important than family, so please take what time you need, and know that we all our supportive and can wait for however long you need. Quilting is ALL about family, friends and fibers!!!!

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