Welcome to Tuesday night and my last blog post of the day…just trying to catch up. Not much progress but wanted to share with you all anyway…
2012 8-inch Sampler Quilt from all different Quilt Along’s, Block’s of the Months, and my Own Ideas!
I have two of every block made for the Blogger’s BOM – in just 3 days another new block pattern should be coming out – can’t wait! I finished the 10 blocks from the New York Beauty Quilt Along! I was definitely getting the hang of these by the end BUT I definitely think I’m going to keep at just 1 each for this quilt – but boy – do I LOVE them! I still only have the sole Mariner’s Compass Block done from the aid ofChris Lynn Kirsch’s class and her new self-published book, Compass Capers. I will definitely be making at least one more of these for this piece. I did a really fun ‘star’ block from the Crumb Along. It is such a fabulous way to make a quilt! I may have to make more than two of each of these…we’ll see what happens… I also created 2 blocks from a new method that I’m pretty sure I created – can you tell which ones they are? I’m up to 33 8-inch blocks (I didn’t picture one so I could fit in 8 x 4 grid)made and I am so so so LOVING this quilt! You can see what everyone else’s blocks for the Quilter’s BOM look like in the flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/bloggersbom/pool/with/6789066490/ and for the New York Beauty Quilt Along in this flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1900096@N20/ and for the Crumb Along: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1722689@N25/
The Craftsy Block of the Month
No new progress on these. I made my blocks too early in the month…I’m already anxiously waiting for the next two…Just 9 more days… And here’s the Craftsy Block of the Month Flickr Group if you want to see what others’ looks like: http://www.flickr.com/groups/craftsyblockofthemonth/
Next up: the BOM from FabricFascination. Sometime’s BOM’s are nice to just have the fabric all sent already precut for you – and that’s exactly what I’m doing with this one. A new block for May! This one was easy peasy!