Quilter’s Mixology Sew Along

A Quilter's Mixology - jacket art

I just love a good sew along, because I like to think it helps get people excited about starting a new project. And so, even though the Tessellation Sew Along is drawing to a close, I’m happy to announce the Quilter’s Mixology Sew Along! This book, written by Angela Pingel of Cut to Pieces, is all about using the drunkard’s path quilt block. Angela has several methods, which I had not seen before, to make curved piecing less stressful and more fun! If you don’t have this book yet, I think it’s a must-have.

You can find a print copy or an ebook version to begin your project scheming.

A Quilter's Mixology - Paint Drips Quilt beauty shot

This sew along will roll out in two phases; in Phase 1, I will be introducing you to a project from the book created by my talented group of guest bloggers! Besides their finished project, you will get their unique take on the book. You can check my blog every weekday from September 8th through September 26th, where you will find a new guest post every day highlighting the quilts they’ve made and reviewing the patterns.

Here is the schedule of guest posts that will appear:

Sept 8 – Heidi @ Fabric MuttMedallion Baby Quilt
Sept 9 – Kaye @ Miss Print Butterflies
Sept 11 – Faith @ Fresh Lemons Quilts Petal Pusher
Sept 15 – Jacey @ Jacey CraftTennis Match
Sept 16 – Lee @ Freshly Pieced Flower Power
Sept 17 – Becca @ Bryan House Quilts Paint Drips
Sept 18 – Kate WhitsellArabian Nights
Sept 22 – Emily @ Mommy’s Naptime Pillows
Sept 23 – Jessica @ Euphoria JessicaWall Hanging
Sept 24 – Nicole @ Modern Handcraft Medallion Baby Quilt
Sept 25 – Vera @ Negligent Style – Paint Drips
Sept 26 – Julianna @ Sewing Under the Rainbow – Sunrise Table Runner


A Quilter's Mixology - Sunrise Table Runner beauty shot

During Phase 2, I turn the creating over to you! You have until Monday, October 13th to make something and be eligible for some outstanding prizes (to be announced soon)!! Although all of the templates to make any of the projects are in the back of the book, many of the patterns are Accuquilt and Sizzix friendly with their respective drunkard’s path dies.


You will be returning to this blog post to enter your finished quilt in the linky tool below to be eligible for prizes – you may enter a link from your blog, Flickr, Instagram, or other social media site. Feel free to e-mail me if you need assistance with the linky tool!


So what will you make?? If you are following along, please tag your quilt progress on social media with the hashtag #QuiltersMixologySAL!



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