Random Sampler QAL
I love these type of quilts where the blocks are all different sizes. The picture above is taken from the book Liberated Medallions by Gwen Martson. We are using this idea as an inspiration, but the finished quilt will be completely different.
Join the fun and make your blocks and quilts as you like. I’ll provide precise measurements and traditional piecing methods. But the assembly of the blocks will be in the liberated method. You can choose to make the blocks liberated as well.
Each block will be a different size. The challenge comes when putting them together. 12 months of blocks, 1 block each month and then we will decide how to put them together. This should be a fun, relaxed and laid back quilt-along. No pressure. Just enjoy the process!
You may add photos of your blocks and the process to the BW Quilt-Along Flickr group for everyone to enjoy. And here is a button for your blog. Let the fun begin!
Month1 – Baskets
Month 2 – Tree of Life
Month 3 – Greek Cross
Month 4 – 16-Patch
Month 5 – Manor House
Month 6 – Wagon Wheel
Month 7 – Squash Blossom
Month 8 – Whirligig
Month 9 – Hearts
Month 10 – Spools
Month 11 – Arrow
The Finishing Plan, Side One, Side Two
Loved meeting YOU in Gathering Fabrics when I was with Ellen
Holder. Can’t wait to make your basket square. and am looking
forward to getting your pattern for the flower quilt you had made.
That was BEAUTIFUL. Keep me posted when it comes out.
I will enjoy all your JOY way down here in TEXAS.
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