Welcome to the Coronation Quilt
Over the next twelve months I’ll be stitching a quilt to commemorate the Coronation of King Charles. I’d love you to join me.
I’ve designed the quilt to run alongside the Quilt Block Mania block of the month. The twelve QBM blocks will surround one large centre applique block. We’ll add with a lavish applique border and finish the quilt with an outer border of pieced triangles to resemble the bunting which will be decorating Coronation street parties in May.
The quilt features lots of emblems and icons of Britain and the Royal Family. I’ll be using a fast fusible applique method to make mine, but there will be plenty of time to hand applique if you wish.
How to join in
Option one is super duper easy with bells on!
Purchase the complete Block of the month and get everything sent to to you as soon as it’s released.
*All the patterns as soon as they’re released
*Access to a private Block of the Month membership area
*Download patterns and projects at any time.
*Access to the Block of the Month community
*Bonus projects and surprises along the way!
Option two: get the monthly blocks as they are released, and purchase the centre panel and borders when you’re ready
All the blocks are available individually here. The papercut applique blocks will be released one at a time on the first Tuesday of the month, starting on April 4th. Each block will be free to subscribers until the end of that month. You can sign up here to get the code for the free blocks.
Each code is valid until the end of the release month. After then the blocks will be available to purchase for £3 each.
The centre panel and borders will be released in May 2023 to coincide with the Coronation of King Charles, and will be £8 each.
If you buy this way you don’t get the benefit of the Block of the Month community of the private members area, but you can upgrade at any time by purchasing the full programme.
Don’t want to wait?
Purchase the complete Block of the Month programme and get access to everything as soon as it’s released.