Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Goblin King: A Labyrinth Quilt & Stitch Along Week 21 plus Quilt Layout AND Bonus Blocks!


Welcome the the final (official!) installment of the Goblin King, A Labyrinth Quilt & Stitch Along!
REMINDER: You are cordially invited to participate in The Goblin King Design InvitationalShare your design for a chance to win this fun commemorative shirt! Details are HERE. 
Invitational Patterns to be posted next week, so don't miss it!

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And now...Week 21 ! 

You knew he was waiting...

You need to make just one of the following patterns for your quilt.

Week 21 : Embroidery
designed by Jennifer Ofenstein
Tested by Jennifer Ofenstein & Amber Lowery

For best results, embroider on a 13" or 14" square of fabric.

Square up to 12 1/2” when stitching is complete


 
Week 21: Paper Pieced
designed by Michelle Thompson
tested by Karen McGuigan
includes details that can be embroidered, drawn, quilted or painted in
12" finished (12 1/2" with seam allowance)



BONUS EMBROIDERED BLOCK!
substitute for any 6" block
designed by Mel Moore
Tested by Karen Mcguigan
6" finished (6 1/2" with seam allowance)

Look for MORE awesome blocks
during next week's Design Invitational!


Ready to finish your quilt? LET'S DO IT!

Finished quilt size is 72" x 84"

During these final weeks, we have been sharing assembly instructions a little at a time. Here you will find all of the assembly instructions as presented a single part at a time. Instructions are also available in a single document for those of you downloading for the first time.





All of the above instructions in one document:


Fabric colors are YOUR choice. The quilt shown is an example only, but we do recommend you use a light, a medium, and a dark. If you prefer a dark background for your blocks, then shift your other two colors to the light/medium colors. Backgrounds can also be scrappy. Quilter's choice!


About this EVENT:
  • Goblin King, A Labyrinth Quilt & Stitch Along (#labyrinthquilt) is a collaborative event hosted here on Fandom in Stitches by Jennifer Ofenstein of sewhooked.com & fandominstitches.com.
  • Designers for this event include: Angela Gross, Anita M, Beth Gough, Daphne Seymour, Jennifer Ofenstein, Jennifer Rowles, Karen Mcguigan, Kylie Pecarina, Mel Moore, Michelle Thompson, & Michelle Tuller. 
  • The event ran January through May 2017.
  • This event include free patterns as well as piecing instructions for the quilt top.
  • Patterns are both hand embroidered and paper pieced. You only need one of each week's patterns for the final quilt. Mix and match as desired.
  • The pattern sizes for each block corresponds with the layout shown.
  • Use fabric colors that work best for you.
  • The final quilt size as designed is 72" x 84". 
  • Patterns are archived on the Labyrinth page.

More Helpful Information:
  • These patterns are free for your personal and NON-profit use only. Not to be used for manufacture or distribution. Sale of these patterns or quilts made from these pattern is prohibited. No infringement of any kind is intended.
  • For best results with paper pieced patterns, print with NO SCALING. In Google Drive, uncheck “fit to page..” See your printer instructions for more details if needed.
  • Fabric amounts are generous estimates and are provided as a courtesy. Actual amounts may vary depending on your paper piecing technique.
  • Need to learn to paper piece or hand embroider? Check out our Quilting Help page for lots of awesome tutorial links!
  • Win prizes monthly during 2016 on fandominstitches.com by sharing photos with the FiS flickr group.
  • Join the Goblin King: A Labyrinth Quilt & Stitch Along Facebook Group for community, support, & more!
  • Posting on social media? Mark you photos #labyrinthquilt!

Craftsy


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