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Unity Quilt Along



When the going gets tough, the tough get sewing!

No one knows how long the world may be on lock down, but while we are sheltering at home, we can join with other quilters from around the globe and make a medallion quilt I have named Unity.

Part mystery  (You won't know what it looks like until it's complete, but you will see what each round is as we add it to the quilt each week!) part Sew-Along, this project will likely last 7 to 8 weeks.  Maybe more.  It depends.

New parts will be added each Monday, starting with Monday, March 30th, 2020.

When this is all done - this pattern will be retired from the blog, rewritten into digital PDF pattern format and made available as a pattern for purchase in the Quiltville Store.

Please save each part as it is given, I will be unable to provide parts once the design is retired.


This Sew-in-Place Quilt Along is given for personal use only.  No part may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic or mechanical including photocopying for sharing, scanning or by any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the author.

Please no uploading and saving of this file with intent to share, email or distribute, either digitally or in hard copy. NOT FOR RESALE.

Please send your friends to my blog to print their clues. Thank you!

©2020 Bonnie K Hunter. All Rights Reserved.

21 comments:

  1. Sew excited to get started!

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  2. Thank you Bonnie all printed and waiting in anticipation for the next part xx

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  3. Thanks for Unity Intro... Ready to Sew ... very much appreciated during these "stay at home" days.

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  4. Day 1 of Unity Quilt Along, up to page 5. Making Monkey Wrench blocks with 1/2 sq triangle cut offs.

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  5. I am relatively new to quilting and am going to give this Unity Quilt a shot. Should I cut down all the fabric into 2 1/2 inch strips first? Or only cut a few at a time?

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    1. Hi Andrea, I recommend cutting as you go since you may not need 2.5 inch strips for all of the rounds. Hope that helps. Welcome to the beautiful world of quiltmaking!

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  6. Thank you for providing this opportunity which will help us all keep our spirits up. Directions were fabulous, I'm ready for week 2 :) Thanks again, stay healthy.

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  7. Part one finished!! Mine won't be as scrappy/busy as some. :)

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  8. thanks Bonnie- I lost track and have been sewing for hospitals etc and embroidery..but I missed you sew much! Now I found you thanks to a USA friend!Marietta in Brisbane Australia

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  9. So happy that I chose to dip into my precious Christmas metallics.

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  10. All done part 2 and looking forward to part 3

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  11. Bonnie,
    In Part 3 Can I make the star blocks as leaders & enders? I noticed you made sets of all the pieces needed for each star block. Does that mean you made each block individually rather than making all the flying geese units first? Do you think it would make any difference which way I make them? Thank you.
    Georgianna Walker georgiannawalker@hotmail.com

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  12. Hi, this is my first mystery quilt with you and I am really enjoying it. I'm getting ready to start part 3 and had a question. I would like to use my cutting machine to cut out my base and wing triangles. Would you be able to tell me the height and width of those units please? Thank you, Darra

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  13. Folks, I love your work and pictures. I'm taking some ideas from your work.

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  14. I had a young dog that used to upchuck in the car. I started taking her a short distance to a place that she liked repeatedly and play and she got the point she was ok, even on long distances.....

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  15. Thank you, I love your scrappy quilts!

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  16. Thank you so much! I love this quilt!! Heaven knows when it will get done but that is the way my quilting goes!!

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  17. Thank you so much for doing this Quilt Along it has been wonderful. Bonnie you have helped a lot to get through this virus, with something to look forward to every Monday. Your the best!!!!!

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  18. Thank you so much, Bonnie. Eagerly awaiting each new part has lessened the frustration and boredom the Covid-19 crap has brought to our lives. Sorry for being so blunt but I'm so tired of it all. Our Unity tops will all be so beautiful. It was so considerate of you to design this and share with us. You are one-in-a-million!

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  19. The quilt is beautiful. I am very jealous that you can not only design a quilt. But you pick perfect colors and your quilting is amazing. You are so lucky to be so talented.

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  20. Thank you so much for the quilt along I can't wait to start it - I broke my arm so I have to wait awhile but I am happy that I save all the tutorials.

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