Friday, January 31, 2014

Blogger Girls Block of the Month 2014 #2

Monique Dillard of Open Gate Quilts is hosting a Blogger Girls Block of the Month. And I was invited to be one of the "Blogger Girls" this year!  So Honored....and Excited!

Here are the fabrics I've chosen to make my quilt with!  

I splurged before Christmas and bought some Liberty fabrics from the fabulous Amanda @ Westwood Acres. I just LOVE them.  I've chosen a cute little black and white gingham for the sashing. I think it's going to be really fun! 

Blogger Girls BOM 2014

For the next 5 months Monique will post one block with instructions on the first day of the month for FREE @ her blog: [Open Gate Quilts] We will be making 2 or 3 versions of each block. Each version of the block will be slightly different so that the quilt will have 13 unique blocks.  

Here are my blocks for the Month of February.... 

And here are all four of my blocks so far for January and February... I am loving them so! 

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Each of the Blogger Girls are using different fabrics... So fun! Be sure and stop by their blogs and see their fabric choices and first blocks!

Sherri from A Quilting Life -

JoAnne from  A Patriotic Qulter -
Lissa from Moda Lissa ~
Denise from Quilter’s Window ~
Monique from Open Gate Blog ~

Oh... the finished quilt will be 59" x 59".  You can see Monique's completed top @ her blog. [Open Gate Quilts]  There is a flicker group HERE and You can also follow along on Instagram with the hashtag #bloggergirlsbom 


Patchwork and Play said...

What an inspired choice pairing your lovely Liberty with black and white gingham! You are going to have a beautiful quilt Jodi!

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Lesley said...

Your quilt blocks are stunning! Love to see the fabrics you are using with such precise piecing!

Margaret said...

Your blocks are so fresh and crisp. It's going to be a great quilt!

Katy said...

Beautiful blocks and fabrics. Great job!

pandchintz said...

Your blocks look gorgeous! Can't wait to see them with the gingham.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

You are creating a fabulous quilt Jodi! Your fabric is so pretty.


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