Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Blockheads3 - Week 34

 


This week's block is courtesy of Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings - you can find the directions HERE.

Lisa's block calls for a pieced star in the center. Since my block is 6" - I just kind of fussy cut a star for my center.  

I finished one of the quilt tops with the new/pending fabric collection - Roselyn.

This is A Is For Apple....









The center blocks are appliqued and the border is strip pieced.  I will be hand quilting this as soon as I get it back from being basted. Expect to see lots of pics of the hand quilting in the next few weeks.

This A Is For Apple quilt will be a MODA KIT!!!  That's right, one of those nifty kits in those nifty Moda boxes!  You will be able to purchase these kits from MANY quilt shops - some of them are even taking pre-orders on these kits. The MODA KITS will have LASER CUT ADHESIVE motifs for speedy applique. 

I will be also offering kits too - in those same nifty Moda boxes - but my kits will have yardage for the motifs so you will be able to cut your own for hand applique.  I'm very excited about this - you can have the kit either way you want it.  Most people will prefer the laser cut kit.  That's great - and it will be available in many shops.  Some of us will want to make this with hand applique and I'll offer the kit that way. Win/Win for any applique technique you want to do.  A Is For Apple measures 68" x 80".  I am taking PRE-ORDERS on the hand applique kit and you can reserve a kit HERE.

Laurie


3 comments:

see mary stamp said...

This is stunning!

farmhousequilter8 said...

I plan to make this....Paula in KY

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