Let’s Get Ready for Kimberbell’s Candy Corn Quilt Shoppe!

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Sewing nerd who is absolutely determined to perfect this insanely fun hobby.

15 Responses

  1. Dyane says:

    Great information Becky! Excited to get started! Thank you for everything! 💜

  2. Becky Blackburn says:

    Is the brand of thread Kimberbell uses in the embroidery book?

  3. Mary says:

    Thanks Becky. I am not doing the candy corn quilt, but will watch your videos for helpful hints on other projects I have lined up.

  4. Patty Brenner says:

    Oooh, I wish I could do this one, but the budget won’t really allow for it this year. I’ll be watching and enjoying vicariously for sure! I have a previous Kimberbell Halloween design (Boo-levard I think?) – one great suggestion I heard from someone sewing it was to buy dry erase pocket sleeves to organize projects. I bought a 30 pack of multicolored ones and they have been SO useful for a lot of projects.

  5. Gloria Balderas-Gonzalez says:

    Great info, Becky! I have all the fabric and cd. Ready to follow along as time permits. Thank you for all you do!💕

  6. SG McDonald says:

    Thanks for the details and all the info…Have a blessed week…

  7. Katie says:

    Hi Becky – Great idea of your response to frequent questions! My question is about using SNC for the SVG files Kimberbell provides. Do we need to make them a mm or two bigger or does the SVG as provided cut to the correct size? Thanks!

  8. Hi Katie! Yes, I’ll be tapping the + sign twice on all my svg cuttings. Test first! But that has been the norm. I’m glad you asked this question – I’m going to edit the post to add that in. So happy you’re sewing along!

  9. Dona says:

    I’m preordered my kit awhile ago so I hope it has arrived in Australia and will be ready to ship in time to work with you, Becky!

  10. Margie Nell says:

    Thank you Becky… I have a new ScanNCut… I will be using that to cut out the embroidered shapes! Scared and Excited!

  11. Sandi Silvestri says:

    Becky, do we need to put the fusible woven on the back of the border strips as well, or just on the fabrics that make up the blocks? Thanks

  12. Barbara Esselstein says:

    I have used pellon sf 101 on the back of all my fabric. I want to use the kimberbell background quilting designs. Do I follow the cutting instructions in the book or do I add 1/2” more to every piece? I understand the batting needs to be SMALLER than the fabric. I am confused!

  13. Robin Phillips says:

    Thanks Becky for sharing your knowledge with us on YouTube. I enjoy watching every one of them. The candy corn quilt is beautiful. I hope I win the gift box. Thanks again.

  14. Janet says:

    I am a year behind and just bought everything to get started. Is there an easier way to find your videos from beginning to end?
    Is there easy way to find your EXTREMELY helpful videos for candy corn quilt. I just purchased everything yesterday; yes I am year behind.

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