Sew Thankful Sunday November 2021

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Sew Thankful Sunday November 2021 is full of projects to get you ready for the holidays and lots of quilting ideas for the whole year!

Can you believe there’s only two months left in the year? Sew Thankful Sunday for November is full of projects to get you ready for the holidays and lots of quilting ideas and inspiration to keep you busy all year!

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  1. The next big holiday coming up for the US is Thanksgiving. One way to keep everyone engaged after the feast is with this free Thanksgiving Fact or Fiction Game from Heather at Mortiz Fine Designs. She also has a Thanksgiving word scramble and gratitude cards available as free printables. Easy peasy and so fun!
  1. If you’ve been saving scraps, you’ll want to check out this Triangle Ring Quilt Block Tutorial by Alyce at Blossom Heart Quilts. This is part of her Scrap Buster Blocks series which features a different scrap-friendly quilt block tutorial each month.
Image Source: Blossom Heart Quilts
  1. I really enjoyed this Comparison of Quilting Cotton Solid Fabrics by Rachel at Stitched in Color. She does a great job of sharing the differences between seven manufacturer’s basic solid collections and her final thoughts (and favorites) of them all.
Image Source: Stitched In Color
  1. Are you ready for the holidays? Brittany at Lo & Behold Stitchery has you covered with 7 Free Christmas Sewing Projects that are sure to inspire you.
  1. Something I always look forward to is the Annual Charity Quilt Along at Fat Quarter Shop. This year’s Heart Felt Quilt Along will benefit Make A Wish Central & South Texas. The PDF patterns are free during the event with a suggested donation of $5 for each pattern. The quilt along starts in February, 2022, and kits are available at Fat Quarter Shop for this lovely 75″ x 80″ quilt made with Beautiful Day fabric by Corey Yoder for Moda Fabrics.
  1. I missed attending the Pacific International Quilt Festival this year which is held near me in Santa Clara, California. I was happy to glimpse some of the beautiful entries via the Quilt Inspiration blog. You can find part 1 here and part 2 here.
  1. I love this Free Holiday Table Runner Tutorial from Suzy at Suzy Quilts. It has an easy applique technique and it’s not so “Christmas-y” which means you can use it for other seasons.
Image Source: Suzy Quilts
  1. I’m excited about these Handmade Gift Ideas for Friends Who Sew by Amy at Diary of A Quilter. I want to add them all to my list of things to make (and receive)!
Image Source: Diary of A Quilter
  1. How about something sweet to eat? I can’t wait to try these Pumpkin Scones from Jamie at My Baking Addiction. They look perfect for an indulgent afternoon snack (to go along with my tea) or a quick breakfast bite.
Image Source: My Baking Addiction
  1. I fell in love with this Butterfly Cage Quilt Tutorial by Connie at Free Motion by the River. She had me at butterfly! Plus those applique shapes are just gorgeous.

I love all of the variety in today’s Sew Thankful Sunday November edition. Thank you to all of the designers and bloggers featured today. And thank YOU for stopping by!

For more inspiration, visit Sew Thankful Sunday November 2020 and 2019.

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