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Group Description

Welcome to Sylvia's Bridal Sampler Block of the Week group. The group is designed to encourage those of us working on Jennifer Chiaverini's Sylvia's Bridal Sampler by working on a Block of the Week.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the group work?

Each Saturday by midnight Easter Time, our facilitator, Linda P., will assign one of the 140 blocks as the Block of the Week (BOW), due the following Saturday at midnight Eastern Time. Linda will make an album for the BOW; upload your photos to that album. All BOW albums begin with "***" to make them easy to find. Name your block with your full name!

For each week that you submit a BOW, you'll be entered into a monthly drawing for an Elm Creek pin.

Where do I find the instructions for each block?

The instructions for each block can be found in Jennifer Chiaverini's book "Sylvia's Bridal Sampler". You'll find beautiful examples of completed Samplers and patterns and templates for each block, if required. Linda provides tips for each block as she assigns them. Please share your tips with the group. Let's encourage each other to complete our blocks!

Can I create an album for my own blocks?

Please do but remember: to get credit for the BOW and get an entry into our monthly drawing, put your block in the album for that week.

Is Jennifer Chiaverini a part of the group?

She sure is! Jennifer leads a busy life, so she doesn't post often, but she's here!

Is there a link to this group to pass along to my friends?

Sure! It's www.sbsbow.com.

Any other rules?

No politics or religion!

Group Information

  • 284
  • Quilting
  • Dec 28, 2012
  • English

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  • This is a restricted group.
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