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Monday, September 2, 2019

A Time for All Seasons Block of the Month - September

Today is the second day of September
and I have the blocks finished
Block of the Month.

Our team of designers has been so busy with this
Block of the Month
love showing new blocks each month.

I'm just a touch behind in sharing this month.

Joan at MooseStash Quilting
is the designer for September
there are 2 blocks.

September Sunflowers
is the applique block.
It looks just like the sunflowers here in the Sticks.

Fall Colors
is the pieced block.
It's a little challenging but I love a good challenge because the result is so darn pretty.

My version is not perfect, but I love it anyway.

Find Joan's pattern information by clicking HERE.

A Time For All Seasons!

In this Block of the Month,
 we have two 10-inch blocks every month for one year.

One block is pieced and one block is applique.

The Quilt:

The quilt at the end will be 62" x 74"
with 2" sashings and border.
5 blocks across / 6 blocks down
There will be 6 bonus blocks for a total of 30 blocks.

The Blocks:

We started in February and end next January in 2020.
We've been working hard to design a super fun quilt!

Here is the list of designers 
who are participating in
this year's Block of the Month
my version of the blocks.




April Bonus


May Bonus


June Bonus
(June Bride and Groom - Picture coming soon)








All of the blocks are free
for the month that they 
are released.
After that, there
is a small fee.

You can find a list of the fabric requirements and more information about the
Block of the Month
by clicking HERE.

I love printing the applique patterns right on the fusible adhesive with
(no tracing!)

Join us for this fun Block of the Month. 
 There are over 3000 friends on the Facebook group and we are having a blast.
Everyone is so encouraging.

Come have some fun with us.

1 comment:

Calicojoan said...

I love love love them. The bright colors in your perfectly pieced block look fabulous!