Wednesday, October 3, 2012

There and Back Again Month 13 and Layout



They fell to talking of their times together, of course, and Bilbo asked how things were going in the lands of the Mountain. It seemed they were going very well. Bard had rebuilt the town in Dale and men had gathered to him from the Lake and from South and West, and all the valley had become tilled again and rich, and the desolation was now filled with birds and blossoms in spring and fruit and feasting in autumn. And Lake-town was refounded and was more prosperous than ever, and much wealth went up and down the Running River; and there was friendship in those parts between elves and dwarves and men.
The Hobbit, ch. 19



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The Lonely Mountain by Jennifer Ofenstein

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pieced (L-R) by Michelle Thompson, Schenley Pilgram & Lilja Björk

There And Back Again
Block of the Month
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There and Back Again is a collaborative effort between four Fandom In Stitches designers, Michelle Thompson, Lilja Björk, Schenley Pilgram, and Jennifer Ofenstein. 

We hope you enjoy this month's block, The Lonely Mountain, designed by Jennifer Ofenstein. 

And now, without further ado, the final layout!

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by Jennifer Ofenstein

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by Schenley Pilgram

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by Lilja Björk

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by Michelle Thompson

There And Back Again
Block of the Month

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We hope you have enjoyed this very special 13 month project and Fandom In Stitches' first block of the month! 

Are you still in the mood for even more Tolkien? Join Lilja right here on FiS in 2013 to continue the journey!


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Details coming soon!


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There and Back Again Signature Blocks

Signature Block Pattern

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7 comments:

  1. I just did a totally ridiculous victory dance in my chair - I was really, really hoping that the next big project would be LotR, and it is! I'm one giant glob of excitement right now; I actually decided to start a livejournal to really participate this time - something I've been putting off for the last four years. That's how excited I am. Thanks so much for the great patterns and ideas!

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    1. You can thank Lilja for that, she's masterminding the next one...and it's going to be truly epic!

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  2. Beautiful quilts!! Great job, you guys!

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  3. Is it possible to scale this up so the finished quilt is larger?

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    1. Absolutely you can. Quilted Snail has a great chart for scaling patterns: http://www.thequiltedsnail.com/scale.html

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