1. Star Block for NYC Mod Bee:
For the March month of our bee, we were asked to make wonky star blocks. I used a pattern from Modern Blocks called "Three Wishes." I love the double star effect!
|Center is Kaffe Fassett folk art fabric...love the duck and the umbrella!|
2. StitchCraft's Ten Buck BOM
StitchCraft (the fabulous quilt shop near me) recently started a "Ten Buck Block of the Month," where each member gets a pattern and fabric each month. It is $10 to buy in, and free thereafter if you bring your completed block the next month.
The theme of the BOM quilt is a road trip, so this was called "Road to Alaska." It is so colorful!
3. South Florida Mod Bee - Flying Geese
For the March month of the South Florida Mod Bee, we were asked to use beautiful blue shot cotton fabric and make a block featuring flying geese. I used another pattern from Modern Blocks called "Follow the Leader." I love the sense of motion...fun to make!
4. Hedgehog Round Robin Block
For the South Florida Modern Quilt Guild's March meeting, I wanted to start a round robin project. I decided to make a fun "center" block as a jumping off point for the round robin. I hope someone takes it and adds onto the block...we plan on adding onto this until it hits a baby-sized quilt!
I used this beautiful free hedgehog paper-pieced pattern from Artisania. It took a while to make, but I loved the result!