30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days


30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days


If you want to make each block, here are the 
fabric requirements:

To make all individual blocks as pictured:  white - 2 1/8 yards
All other fabrics are scraps but if you want to use one color the yardage is 1 1/8 yard.

Keep in mind, these are super simple blocks but each one can make a beauty of a quilt.
Want to get a head start?

All the links to the blocks are listed below.






Block 6 - Tacked Up  Blog Hop day 6

Block 7 - Stripper  Blog Hop day 7

Block 8 - Staggered  Blog Hop day 8

Block 9 - Topsy Turvy  Blog Hop day 9

Block 10 - Chunky Pinwheel  Blog Hop day 10

Block 11 - Painted WIndow  Blog Hop day 11

Block 12 - Broken Cinder Block  Blog Hop day 12

Block 13 - Reaction  Blog Hop day 13

Block 14 - Median Strip  Blog Hop day 14

Block 15 - Center of Attention  Blog Hop day 15

Block 16 - Bounce  Blog Hop day 16

Block 17 - Sweet Sixteen  Blog hop day 17

Block 18 - Yeah Eights Blog hop day 18

Block 19 - Weave Blog hop day 19

Block 20 - Classic Blog hop day 20

Block 21 - Spot  Blog hop day 21

Block 22 - Cross Walk   Blog hop day 22

Block 23 - Opposites Attract  Blog hop day 23

Block 24 - Possibility  Blog hop  day 24

Block 25 - Camper Window  Blog hop day 25

Block 26 - Catching Z's  Blog hop day 26

Block 27 - Broken Stripes  Blog hop day 27

Block 28 - Stockade  Blog hop day 28

Block 29 - Dovetail  Blog hop day 29

Block 30 - Slow Tee  Blog hop day 30

Quilt Finish - Blocks Quilt  Blog hop Quilt

If you are making the blocks, we have a Facebook page for sharing our progress.
Click here to join the group.




Here are some of the quilt tops I've finished so far:

From Blocks 5 & 6
Framed Up

From Block 13
Reaction

From blocks 20 and 21
Classic

From block 28
Stockade

From Block 1
Four Patch


From Block 30
Slow Tee


And the finished quilt:
 "Blocks"



Another finished quilt with
30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days





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16 comments:

lynn bourgeois said...

I'm visiting your blog after a note on Just let me quilt. I never can
resist seeing how someone uses blocks, and a challenge is so much fun. Think I will try to join you tomorrow and maybe even catch up.
Thanks Lynn

Rosemary said...

Fun as usual ... thanks for donating your time. Much appreciated.

damsel said...

Just found you, think I will stay! Love the 30 in 30!

Mary Schultz said...

I just found a link to your 30 in 30 on Pinterest, and I can't wait to get started using some of them! Thank you!

Home Sewn By Us said...

Hi Carla,
Congrats on the feature on Connie's linky party today. I just LOVE the stockade quilt!! I am going to PIN and maybe I can share it later in the year on my blog? Would you mind? ~smile~ Roseanne

larriclaire quilty said...

Thanks for creating a quilt along that isn't super difficult. Looking forward to seeing what other folks will post after having done all the blocks.

Mary Schultz said...

I just found your blocks on Pinterest, and you've inspired me! Thank you for the great instructions - I think I will start with the Reaction block (that quilt at the bottom of the list is gorgeous!) and move on from there, I will definitely come back and share pics of the completed projects when they are done!

Donna Forrest said...

Even though I have "sew" much going on already I want to do this :-)

Quilter Kathy said...

Such a fun idea!

Quilting Tangent said...

You have been busy playing around with the blocks and making quilts.

Judy Sanders said...

Thanks for sharing and all your hard work.

Cindy Pilkington said...

I would like to do this in the rainbow colors like the one posted for the project. How do I determine which block is which? Are the blocks being done in a particular order? Is there a layout design so I can select the proper colors to accomplish this? It’s a great looking project, so please let me know so I can catch up! Thanks!

Carla said...

Hi Cindy - You are a no reply and I can't email you so I hope you see this here. The blocks are in order and are in the quilt in order by columns. If you click on the link above-called BLOCKS it is the first quilt that is rainbow colorway and describes the borders in detail. https://createinthesticks.blogspot.com/2018/01/blocks-30-quilt-blocks-in-30-days-finish.html
You can email me and I can give you more information if you need it.

Anita said...

This is a really fun blog hop. I finding all kinds of new blogs!

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Jack Suzen said...

This is amazing creative work. I appreciated your crafting ideas for DIY. I really love the way yo explain. You always come up with new ideas.

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