Hoopsisters’ Jacobean Journey BOM

Full Quilt EBOM14 with shadowJoin us in September 2015 for the launch of the 10-month Hoopsisters’ EmbroidaBlock of the Month quilt, Jacobean Journey, featuring an elegant center medallion surrounded by undulating curves and a beautiful applique border. With stunning Sharon Schamber-designed quilting, this project is sure to become a cherished family heirloom. Consider also making coordinating tablerunner, bedrunner, or placemats! All files and instructions are included in the Jacobean Journey program. An optional double French Braid border is available (for purchase) to add to the quilt, and also comes with instructions and files for its own coordinating, quilted wall-hanging.

There are many options for this quilt from a lap- (5” blocks) to a gorgeous king-size quilt (9” blocks), all with perfectly quilted, pieced, and embellished quilt blocks completely stitched in the hoop of an embroidery machine. Don’t miss a chance to work on this beautiful project while stretching your design, color, and machine embroidery skills! Jacobean Close Up

Program: $115 one-time fee (does not include optional border); files will be available for monthly in-store pick up (with a USB) for each of 10 consecutive months.

If you are uneasy about participating in a Hoopsisters program, or know you need support with getting started and getting organized for machine embroidery, consider taking our Orientation to Jacobean Journey Demo/Workshop on October 24. We will step you through the construction of one of the two Month 1 blocks with a focus on the Hoopsisters technique, set-up, and organization, ensuring a successful Jacobean Journey!

8 thoughts on “Hoopsisters’ Jacobean Journey BOM

  1. August 11, 2015

    Jill Hastings Mack Reply

    I would very much like to do this as a wall hanging but couldn’t find it listed on your calenders. Unless it is part of the Virtual Embroidery club. J

    • August 11, 2015

      Becky Weber Reply

      Hi Jill! I typically don’t include information about BOMs in the calendar because once they start, they are ongoing and can be started by anyone at any time. I have written about it in the News section, and if you follow this link, you can read more about it:
      http://quiltedthreads.com/hoopsisters-jacobean-journey-bom/

      If you have any more questions, you know you can always ask us. Thanks so much for your interest!

  2. August 11, 2015

    Elma May Brey Reply

    Re; JacobEan Journey
    Do we have to pick up each months lesson at the store? I Winter in Fla. Can this be e-mailed for down load? It sounds like a wonderful quilt. I adore Sharon Schamber’s work.

    • August 12, 2015

      Becky Weber Reply

      Hi Elma May, Hoopsisters requires that we agree to certain terms when we participate in their BOMs, and one of the terms is that it is only available to people who physically go to the store to download their monthly files. So at the moment, we are not able to mail files. The programs are “protected” for 2 years, and this program expires at the end of 2015, I believe, and at that time, the quilt files should be available to purchase on a cd. If you are interested, feel free to check back with us later in 2016 and we might be able to help you. I’m sorry we can’t do anything now! It is indeed a beautiful quilt, and Sharon Schamber’s quilting is stunning. Thanks so much for your interest.

      • January 23, 2017

        Enid Taylor Reply

        Hi Becky – I am also in UK and I am about to embark on the Jacobean Journey using silver satin and dark charcoal satin. I am trying to choose my contrasting fabrics and it is very hard. I am being guided by the colours in my bedroom curtains, but finding the contrast colours is being a bit of a challenge. I would love to correspond with you about your Jacobean Quilt – I am in the Home Counties, Bedfordshire. A bit bleak for classes for anybody with the same enthusiasm as me (and it seems, you, too!!). North Herts and South Beds are not so blessed with good fabric shops and classes. We are not far from Plush Addicts in Peterborough thought – about 40 minutes’ drive. Mind you, I even drive up to Manchester for a weekend for Lord’s Sewing and Knitting as they are brilliant and they hold classes and workshops. I just wish they were Hoopsisters dealers!
        Would love to be pen pals?

        • February 7, 2017

          Becky Weber Reply

          Hi Enid! Thanks so much for your lovely email. Donna H did most of the work on the Jacobean Journey, and I will pass your note along to her. She said she’d be happy to correspond with you and share some tips on color selection. If you lived closer, it would be fun to work on this with you in person, but email will have to suffice. Becky

  3. September 3, 2015

    anne hawkings Reply

    Hello Jill
    I am not able to come to the Jacobean Journey classes as I live too far away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Is it possible to buy this and have it posted please? I live in South West of England.
    Hope you are all well and busy.
    Cold and damp over here. UGH! Sewing weather! YIPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
    Love receiving your emails and newsletters.
    Please can you put your shelves containing your Flannell fabrics up on your shop website???????????????? I need some more please.
    Take care and Happy Sewing and Quilting.
    God Bless
    Anne.
    OH BECKY I need new glasses,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! have just read your reply to Elma May so I will keep an eye open for the CD later this year. If you have a waiting list for the CD PLEASE will you add my name to the list???????? I am making a Jacobean Quilt at the moment, and I am pleased with it. It is embroidered onto white Satin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Byeeeeee
    Anne

    • October 8, 2015

      Becky Weber Reply

      Hi Anne! Your Jacobean Quilt sounds beautiful. I’ve never worked with white satin, and I’m sure it presents some challenges. We will put your name on the waiting list for the CD when it comes out and will get in touch then. I hope your weather improves and you have some beautiful fall days ahead of you. All the best, Becky.

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