Eternal Love Goddess Quilt Along

Yes! We're hosting a Goddess Quilt Along!

Eternal Love goddess art quilt

I'm super excited to make the Eternal Love goddess quilt with you step-by-step in a Quilt Along starting June 4th. 

If you'd like to follow along, the first step is to gear up with your quilt pattern, kit, and any extra tools or supplies you'll need for this project. Click the links below to find lots of goodies to play with:

Eternal Love goddess quilt

Eternal Love Quilt Pattern

Eternal Love Quilt Kit

Lite Steam-a-Seam 2

Sharp Applique Scissors

Eternal Love Goddess Quilt Along Schedule

This is going to be a short and sweet, super skill-building Quilt Along! Check out the schedule so you know when to expect new posts:

June 4thPrepare and cut the fusible applique pieces

June 11th - Create the Eternal Love Goddess Quilt

June 18th - Blanket stitch quilting

June 25th - Quilting Part 1: Echoes and Feathers

July 2nd - Quilting Part 2: Swirling Feathers and Hot Hot Spiral

Are you excited to get started right now? Watch this quilting tutorial to learn how to prepare your fabric for fusible applique so you're ready to get started in June!

How will this Quilt Along work?

Very simply! On the dates listed above, I'll share a new quilting tutorial demonstrating how to complete one step of the Eternal Love goddess quilt. I'll add links to the posts right here so it's easy to find everything in one place.

Make sure to bookmark this page so you can easily follow along.

Follow along with the videos or work at your own pace. It's never a problem to fall behind because the quilting videos will remain online forever so you can catch up anytime. Click the images below to follow along with the tutorials posted each week.

Are you still feeling confused? Post your questions to the comments below for help!

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  • PATRICIA SMITH - August 22, 2018

    All done! That was fun. I’m going to make another 😊

  • Leah Day - June 25, 2018

    Hi Trish – Nope, I don’t use steam personally when fusing my pieces and it worked fine for the two goddess quilts I made this month. That’s just what works for me, so please feel free to follow the package directions exactly and use steam if that makes the most sense to you!

  • Trish - June 25, 2018

    I have aSteam a Seam question. I am following along with your Etenal Love tutorials but I am confused on one thing. The steam a seam directions say to use steam but it looks like you are using a dry iron. I don’t want to put my pattern pieces onto the fabric until I know high way is correct. Thank you so much. Your tutorials are amazing!

  • Leah Day - June 06, 2018

    Hi Sandy – Yes, I prewash ALL fabrics before cutting. I’ve just experienced better control over the fabric and more accurate piecing when the fabric is washed ahead of time. I also had blue fabrics bleed on a very important quilt (my very first) and I never want that to happen again. So unless the fabric is a precut and smaller than a fat eighth, I always prewash.

  • Sandy - June 06, 2018

    Leah, you mention in the video on prepping the fabric that you wash and starch/press fabric for ALL quilts. Is that just for applique projects? Most quilters say not to wash fabrics before piecing (unless they might bleed, like reds).

  • Sally Martinez - June 05, 2018

    I would like to purchase the kit. Please let me know when it is back in stock. looking forward to making this beautiful quilt.

  • Leah Day - June 03, 2018

    Hi Patricia – Definitely! We have more background fabric both in the Moonstone and the Peach alternate color and can supply it in 1/2 yard increments as needed. Just send Josh an email through our contact page and we’ll send you a special order invoice.

  • PATRICIA SMITH - June 02, 2018

    My fabric is all ready to go and I can’t wait to start. I was hoping to embroider a message on the background and thought I might need to enlarge the background to accommodate my message. Can I purchase more of the background fabric so I have enough to make the binding?

  • Trish Smith - May 29, 2018

    Hi Leah! I can hardly wait until my Eternal Love kit arrives! Thank you so very much for sharing this stunning wall quilt with the world! Our youngest daughter is due in July with their first. E.L. is so perfect! I am so excited to have the opportunity to quilt something new and different! I love every news email I receive from you.
    Your quilting friend, Trish

  • Leah Day - May 22, 2018

    Hi Joyce! Great question – that was probably the Building Blocks cheater cloth fabric. You can find it right here: https://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3041673-building-blocks-colorful-cheater-cloth-on-white-by-leah_day?iref=clk-xs-fab-collection

  • Joyce - May 18, 2018

    Hi Leah, I was looking at some of your you tube videos yesterday and came across one that you were quilting on your sit down long arm. The fabric you were using was a cheater cloth quilt. I would love to get one of those, do you sell them or do you know where I can buy it. I looked on spoonflower but didn’t see it. Thanks.

  • Leah Day - May 17, 2018

    Hi Kerry! We’re working on sourcing more fabric for kits. Unfortunately some of the colors will be different, but we will be having more hopefully in the next week or so.

  • Leah Day - May 17, 2018

    La Juan – All you need to get started is a copy of the Eternal Love Quilt Pattern! Just pick up a copy, print it out and you’ll be ready to go on June 4th!

  • La Juan Holland - May 17, 2018

    Our church sponsors a pregnant crisis helping to keep babies alive, and much more. I would love to make this for their new building front room wall. How do I get this going. Love love your organization, your work. You are a very talented lady. Thank you.

  • Kerry - May 17, 2018

    Hi Leah, I would love to participate in this quilt along! But as I am not confident with colors, I would like to purchase the kit. Can you please let me know when the kits will be available? I think the Eternal Love goddess Quilt is just beautiful!
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Regards,
    Kerry.

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