I promised that I would share my many quilt blocks from the various BOM’s and QAL’s I’ve joined (it seemed like a good idea at the time), so here we go!
The Quilter’s Planner block for this month was so much fun, and I’m beginning to love them more when they’re all grouped together. Remember, I’m making them two sizes smaller than the original 12″ block pattern. So, mine are 6″ and 3″ finished. Sew cute and tiny!
I’m making each month’s block a different color of the rainbow. The yellow block isn’t too exciting until you see it with the other blocks. And we’re only on block 4!
This month’s Heartland Heritage block, the Posy block, was easy peasy. I’m still loving this pastel color palette. At the end of this BOM, I should have a sweet little baby quilt!
I’m playing catch up with the Vintage Sampler BOM that I’m co-teaching at The Granary. I finished the two blocks from last month. Now I need to start working on this month’s blocks. I’m loving these blues so much!
Here’s a group of the blocks together. I can’t wait to start assembling the sections.
And finally, I am up to date with the Patchsmith’s Sampler Sew Along. I just completed Field Rose and Butterfly Garden. These blocks are so bright and fun. I love the size, the straight forward piecing and the applique here and there. These blocks are multiplying rapidly!
Whew! That’s a lot of quilt blocks for one month. I’m still quilting baby Clara’s quilt. It’s nice to have options when I walk into my sewing room!
Happy Wednesday! I hope you’re having a wonderful week.