2020 Bloom-Topia Stitch Along - Release 1 - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

2020 Bloom-Topia Stitch Along – Release 1

We’re ready for our Inaugural Charity Stitch Along! Are you ready to get started? Today we’re sharing the first release of the pattern for our Bloom-Topia design, a flower-filled pattern inspired by our 2020 Bloom-Topia Charity Quilt.


Please note that the chart leaves room for the stitched border of Release 12. Leave an additional 1-3″ of cloth on all sides to accommodate framing/finishing your piece.

Together, Fat Quarter Shop and Moda Fabrics will match up to $20,000 of your donations in 2020 to our Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas fundraiser, tripling each dollar you donate.

This year’s charity quilt along will benefit Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas! We are offering all of the patterns to make this quilt for free, we just ask that you donate $15 for the whole cross stitch pattern to this amazing organization and 100% of the proceeds from the pattern downloads will be donated to Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas. We are partnering with Moda Fabrics once again, who has generously worked with us since we started doing these quilt alongs to benefit our community.

Fat Quarter Shop is happy to be partnering with Moda Fabrics to match up to $10,000 each in donations for this worthy cause.

Bloom-Topia Stitch Along

We have a great lineup of cross stitchers participating! Some are working with the called for colors, and others have chosen some lovely floss and cloth combinations. Click on each of the photos to see them up close.


Join us!

You’ll want to bookmark the 2020 Bloom-Topia Stitch Along Landing Page to refer to throughout the stitch along. We’ll link all the pattern releases there, and the next one will be released on Friday, February 14. 

Until then, Happy Stitching!

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1 comment

  1. I am sewing some 2 1/2″ strips together and then folding them in half. And then following the instructions that Kimberly and Lori Holt gave on how to make the design boards. I really need to keep my pieces together in order not to make anymore mistakes from the cutting mat to the sewing machine!