The Mini Plaid-ish Quiltalong Info

The Mini Plaid-ish Quiltalong Info

Who is ready for a quiltalong? Starting July 10th, I will be hosting a VERY laid-back, fun quiltalong using the Mini Plaid-ish (or Plaid-ish) tutorial.
The Mini Plaid-ish Quiltalong - Kitchen Table Quilting
As we get closer, I will have more details for you, but I will answer some of the questions in this post. If you have any other questions, let me know in the comments! If you want to participate, make sure to save this post for future reference!

How do I signup?

 No need to signup. Each week there will be posts on Instagram and on my blog and I will include links to those posts in my normal newsletter email each week.

 Can I make the original Plaid-ish tutorial or just the mini?

Either! Construction is the same for both and both quilts use the same number of blocks — blocks for the mini are just smaller.

Where do I get the pattern?

You can get the Mini Plaid-ish tutorial by signing up for my email list (signup below) or you can find the original Plaid-ish tutorial right here. If you sing up for the email list, you will receive a welcome email within a few minutes. Scroll down just a little in the email to find the download links. If you don't see the email, make sure to check your spam folder!

What is the hashtag for the quiltalong?

We will use #miniplaidishqal unless someone else has a clever idea 😂

Should I make my quilt rainbow or scrappy?

Either! Or both! I'm going to try for both, but I'm not sure if I am going to have enough scraps. I'm guessing I will need to cut some pieces from my stash.

Will there be prizes?

I have come to terms with the fact that there are ways in which I am organized, and managing prizes/sponsors for a quiltalong is just not something I am capable of doing without my brain short circuiting. Plus, the real prize is your finished quilt!

Are there kits available?

Yes, and I will do my best to post about all of them. If you are a shop with a kit available, make sure to tag me when you post about it AND email me (not DM please!) with a link. If you would like your local shop to offer a kit, have them contact me! If you are a shop that would like help picking fabrics for a kit, send me an email! I would love to help facilitate lots of options.
Let me know if I missed any of your questions!

Comments 18

Lisa on

Well, sounds like the auto email for the pattern isn’t working. I, too, never received the pattern. And I’ve signed up a couple times. Looking forward to your attendance to this issue. Thank you in advance for the free pattern.

Dee Ann Sagor on

Hello! I received the email with the pattern, but I can’t find it for the life of me. Could you resend? I sure would appreciate it! Thanks Of course, THEN I will find the other copy! LOL Thanks again!


you never respond to my signing up


I keep signing up but never receive a response

Donna Dv on

I’ve subscribed but never receive the Mini-Plaidish quilt pattern. What more do I need to do? It did not go to my Spam folder.


I keep subscribing but I never receive the mini quilt patterns.

Kathryn on

I still have not received my welcome email with pattern. Yes I checked spam. Can you resend please.

Nancy on

I’m looking forward to this quilt along

Vikki on

I have signed up over a week ago and still have not received the link for the pattern.

Janet on

I downloaded the pattern for the mini plaid-ish, cut scrappy mini-print fabrics from my stash, and made 3 test blocks each of Blocks A, B and C to see if I’d like the look of the quilt. I can already see that it’s a great pattern!

Judy Hewitt on

I already signed up for your newsletter. Can I get the mini Plaidish quilt pattern? Thank you.

Roseline on

Nifty! Looking forward to a july start

Mary Murphy on

I already subscribed to your newsletter. How can I get the mini Plaidish quilt pattern? Thank you.

Francene on

I have a cupboard full of Thimbleberries fabric that I can hardly wait to use for Plaidish!

Rosemary B on

I can;t remember if I downloaded this quilt tutorial yet.
I have so many scraaaaaaps.
Erica, you are always inspiring

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