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Cadence Court is a fresh take on a popular Block-of-the-Month (BOM) style quilt! The first kit is available to ship NOW and subsequent fabric kits will ship on or about the 15th of the month, over the next six months. Other shops have packaged this as a 12 month program, but we are shipping you two kits each month to finish in 6 months! Each shipment costs $49.00 and you will be billed monthly via a subscription processed through Paypal. Subscribe now using this button — we are limited to 40 participants!
This subscription button is for US subscriptions only. Please contact us directly if you live outside of the US and we will be happy to make custom arrangements for you! (This is necessary because of the increased cost of shipping out of the country.)
Cadence Court finishes 60 in. x 60 in. — you will foundation piece four wedges a month, and then finish it by setting them together in this unique circular design. Plus, binding fabric is included (you will need to purchase or supply your own backing and batting of your choice) in your shipments.
You’ll receive the complete Cadence Court quilt pattern book with your first kit. This book diagrams the 12 unique wedge designs, each repeated twice, that make up a modern circular design with full-size foundation patterns and templates (you make your own copies onto foundation paper). Complete paper-piecing instructions and much more are also included.
The following products will assist you in assembling your quilt (not included in your BOM shipments):
About Cadence Court
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Learn to Paper Piece!
Live in the area and excited about the Cadence Court BOM, but unsure how to get started? Join instructor Dudley Shugart for our new Technique Thursday: Quilting Skills evening session on Thursday, June 28 and learn to paper piece! Dudley created the Cadence Court quilt on display in our shop, so she’s ready to teach you how to paper piece your first wedge (subscribing to the BOM program required). Sewing machine, rotary cutter, ruler and mat required.
Sassafras Lane Designs considers this a project suitable for Adventurous quilters. Cadence Court designer Shayla Wolf defines Adventurous as the folloing: “I must say that none of our patterns are hard — but some are more in-depth, have more pieces and require more time. Please don’t shy away from this grouping — because we know you can do this and it will be a fun challenge!”
You will use the Paper-Piecing technique to create this BOM quilt. Your Cadence Court pattern book includes a complete illustrated tutorial on paper piecing, or you may visit the Sassafras Lane website for a step by step photo tutorial. Some experience sewing curves is helpful during the final quilt assembly with the center template.
Want to purchase matching fabric? Stay tuned as we will be selling Cadence Court designer Shayla Wolf’s debut fabric line, Foundation, the fabric that makes up this quilt!
Even if you are not planning to immediately stitch your Cadence Court wedges upon receiving your monthly shipment, we do ask that you open and review your kit upon receipt to ensure that it is complete and accurate. Because fabrics can sell out, we do need to know of an issue as soon as possible so that we can correct it.
More about the Designer
Shayla Wolf forms one part of the quilt and bag pattern designing duo, Sassafras Lane Designs. She loves fresh creative ideas and lots of color, especially orange! Her first collection was designed alongside this BOM quilt pattern, Cadence Court. The bright colors and geometric prints make this fun collection versatile enough for a wide range of projects. Shayla Wolf’s debut fabric line, Foundation, is a nod to her architectural studies. Foundation features hand-drawn designs in vibrant colors. These bright prints will mix beautifully into a variety of projects and boldly enhance any fabric stash. The spectrum of color is balanced by several neutrals.