Boho Heart Quilt Sew Along Always


We have made our most popular sewalong one that you can join in whenever YOU want to!

You just sign up for the sewalong and the weekly emails will start coming to your inbox with our tips and tricks and weekly schedule of blocks.

The sewalong takes 15 weeks and you will have a gorgeous quilt top by the end of it!

How the Always Sew Along Works

First of all, you will need to sign up for to receive the Sewalong Emails

Second you will need to purchase the Boho Heart Quilt pattern. If you are in Australia or New Zealand, check here to see if I have some available in my online shop. If not, then check with your local quilt shop.

Third – choose your fabrics! I will be using Alison Glass fabrics based on her Art Theory range from a FQ Bundle I had. Browse our available FQ Bundles. And I am also using low volumes for the background.

Fourth – you can participate by joining our Facebook Quilting and Sewalong Group or by using the hashtag #swlbohoheartQAL on Instagram.

Connecting With Others and Keeping Up to Date

This sew along is being run on Instagram AND on Facebook

On Instagram you can connect with others who are participating by using the hashtag : #swlbohoheartQAL  (and tag me @said_with_love as well because I love seeing what everyone is doing!)

On Facebook please join in the Said With Love Sew Along group so you can share your blocks and progress there and also use the hashtag #swlbohoheartQAL

To get the weekly blocks to make as well as the tips and tricks, you will need to be signed up for the sewalong .


The sewalong lasts 15 weeks and starts when you sign up!

I have split the blocks into weekly groups and, as there are quite a few blocks to make for this quilt, it does seem like a lot each week. BUT, before you panic and get stressed, there are catch up weeks throughout the schedule!

If your life doesn’t allow for this much sewing, don’t worry, make what blocks you can, when you can!

And some of these blocks are quite simple and repetitive so you will be able to knock them over very quickly.

Blocks vary from 10″ down to 2″