September 25, 2015

Wow! The Farmer's Wife 1930s Sew-along goes live on Monday, September 28, at 7:30am AEST -- that's Australian Eastern Standard Time -- when Gnome Angel, Angie, posts a "Welcome to the Sew-along" informative greeting on her blog. Because of the difference in time zones, many of us  will see her post on Sunday. 

Angie will be posting block tutorials on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30am AEST, and most of us will see these on Monday or Wednesday evening.

We will be posting links to download PDF Template Conversion Charts to coincide with Angie's tutorial being published, so you will have access to them both at the same time. We made a test file, and if you have a notebook to keep your Farmer's Wife 1930s materials in, you can use it for the cover.

Which means, your first From Marti Michell Template Conversion Chart will be available on Monday at 5:30pm EDT -- Eastern Daylight Time! We're in Atlanta, which is in the Eastern US time zone (Eastern Standard Time), but  we're still on Daylight Saving Time, hence "EDT"!  (Whew! If you're interested in converting time from one time zone to another, use this link:

See you on Monday!  :)

Note for future visitors

You can join the sew-along any time!  The PDFs will remain available here in my blog archive for the duration of the Sew-along.  Details about the Sew-along are here on Angie's blog -


  1. Look forward to conversion chart so that I can use your lovely templates. Happy Stitching.