Thursday, March 3, 2016

March 2016 BOM

March BOM

  Finally catching up with these quilt blocks!

   Another original by me!    Hope you like this one! Rhonda

 This quilt block uses my 4 patch squares block and HSTs.  I will be updating my directions for the 4 patch squares block soon!

Once you learn to make the 4 Patch blocks then 
   check the Layout here to see where the colors go and how to place the individual blocks to get this design.
Sew the blocks together into this quilt block.

February 2016 BOM


     Another of my original quilt blocks!

        This month I decided to do something different. I broke the quilt block into 4  9 patch sections.

       So this is a 9 patch using my star point blocks and one plain block for the center.


Now once have made one of the blocks you will need to make 3 more for a total of 4  9 patch blocks. 

Here you see 4  9 patch blocks

Once you have the 4 blocks made - you then 
sew them into one quilt block. 

My quilt blocks are made using 6 rows of 6 blocks per row. I call this a 6 x 6 grid. So I realized I could break it down into  a 3 x 3 grid and use 4 blocks. that way it is easier to see how it fits together and is less intimidating.   

The whole point of my designs is to make the difficult look easy to do. You can make intricate quilt blocks with easy steps! Once you know the tricks to making my designs they aren't as hard to do as you might think!!

January 2016 BOM

january bom

  Better late than never! LOL Here is another original quilt block designed by me.

   This quilt block uses my star point block. You can find the directions for this block in the tabs at the top of my blog

   You will need a 2 1/2" template to make a 12 1/2" quilt block
      Send me your postal address for a free template


Learn to make the Star Point Blocks and HSTs 
then look at the layout here to see where to put the colors
and how the blocks need to be placed to get this design.