“Paris in the Fall” Block-of-the-Month

 

"Paris In The Fall", by This & That

I am co-teaching a Block-of-the-Month (BOM) program at The Granary with Paula Ivers, the shop owner.  We are using the pattern “Paris in the Fall”, by This & That. It’s a wonderful way to hone your piecing skills a little at a time and make a beautiful quilt in the process!  Here’s another version of Block 1:

Isn’t it pretty?  I’m using fabric from Moda’s  “Rouenneries Deux” by French General. I love the reds, creams and taupes in this line and I have to admit that I have enough of it to make at least four quilt tops!

I’ll be back in a few days to share some tips for making the quarter-square triangles that are used in this block.

 


Comments

“Paris in the Fall” Block-of-the-Month — 11 Comments

  1. I am very excited to have found your website. Unfortunately, very much too late for this block of the month Paris in the Fall. Will you ever have this BOM again. Do you know how I can get this pattern? Thank you.

  2. I would love to make the Quilt “Paris in the Fall” by This & That, but obviously have discovered you a year too late! Do you know if you can buy just the pattern? I have found many quilt shops but they all offered it only as a BOM. Any help provided would be great!

  3. I just saw a completed Paris in Fall quilt and it is beautiful. Is there a way that I can purchase just the patterns for these blocks? It will have to go on my wish list since I have no time to do it now…but someday.

    • Hi Marcia! I didn’t realize that my original link for the pattern was no longer active. I have emailed the pattern company to see where you can purchase it. I’ll let you know as soon as I hear.

  4. help i need 4 peices of maison de garance by french general 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches of # 13552-11 it is light brown with brown floral vine for the 1 block pack for the paris in the fall block of the month if anyone has some please let me know

  5. Pingback: Quarter-Square Triangle Tutorial | The Crafty Quilter

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