Go here to download this week’s Labor of Love Sampler Quilt Block, the Laguna Block (or click the button below). You've got my attention. I’ve updated the post with the size of each quilt. But I’ll get caught up in August! I'm Sherri, and I love all things fabric, quilts, and sewing. And the 18″ block quilt requires 1 1/8 yard sashing, 1/4 yard or fat quarter for cornerstones, 3/4 yard inner border, 1 1/4 yard outer border, 3/4 yard binding, and 6 yards backing. Try not to get hungry while piecing your blocks together each month. You can sign up to our Block of the Month Programmes at anytime, by contacting us. it’s getting harder for me to physically manipulate big quilts but I love the idea of making one each month. Is there an official hashtag so we can track each others post on Instagram? Happy quilting, and thanks so much for stopping by! Thank You for all your hard hard work, you are so very inspiring !!! Hello, friends, and happy Friday! Thanks for the question, Jackie! This website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible. Thanks so much for visiting my site! This 107” square quilt features Tonga batiks in a garden of greens, blues, blossom pinks and berries, and lavender to rich purples. Hello friends! You may not claim any of my original works as your own idea, and please do not use any tutorials or patterns for commercial purposes. Here at AQS we are all about inspiring quilters. Happy making! You might really like Block 2019. And the best part is it’s all published and ready to make! Thank you for reading and being a part of this blog. Click or give us a call: 913-268-3333. Oh, I love this block and especially how yours turned out!! Hoping I can choose fabrics for mine that will look as good! Must a person do all the quilts, or is choosing just a couple okay? -Emily. I’m currently putting my quilt together and can’t wait to share the finished top. I absolutely love how the December blocks turned out. We’re so excited to have you join in! Here’s the link to the first ePattern: Royal Star. This month’s block is definitely one of my favorites for the year. I appreciate you getting this block to us. You can find out more about which cookies we are using or switch them off in settings. I quilt, write quilt books and patterns, and design fabric with my daughter for Moda fabrics. http://www.americanquilter.com/subscribe/ This collection features two ombre fabrics that offer unique piecing opportunities. Right click to save. Can you help? Thanks for the question, Cheryl! Quilting Life Block of the Month 2020 | May. I did use a Bloc Loc Flying Geese Ruler for the flying geese sections of the blocks. And, I also did something just a little different with each block so you could see a couple of options. Thanks so much for visiting my site! I was super excited with how it turned out! I’m excited too! For the 6″ block quilt you’ll need 1/4 yard sashing, 1/8 yard or scraps for cornerstones, 1/4 yard inner border, 1/2 yard outer border, 3/8 yard binding, and 1 1/4 yards backing. Choose one (or more!) https://shop.americanquilter.com/kits-patterns/themes/16771-epattern-ombre-royal-star.html go here to watch it on my YouTube channel, You can find the September block pattern link in this post, Get the October block pattern link in this post, Find the November block pattern link in this post, January through August pattern links can be found in this post, Click Here for the December 2020 Block of the Month PDF. […]. There are squares, rectangles, half-square triangles, and flying geese units to make. If they were a bit smaller , could use stash more and also do more of the patterns offered, plus, finish them too! If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. of the three colorways in this block of the month program designed in-house. Use the hashtag #QuiltAlong2020 and tag us @aqsonline on Instagram so we can share your quilts! Applique? Just click the link from this post to go to the October page from this year. I love it!!! I also may make Laguana from my Christmas fabric. Amelia’s Star Quilting – Quilt Along 2020, Amelia’s Star Quilt Assembly – Quilt Along 2020, http://www.aqsblog.com/block-2019-quilt-block-challenge, http://www.aqsblog.com/quilt-2018-how-to-supersize-a-block, http://www.americanquilter.com/subscribe/, http://www.aqsblog.com/twilight-flurries-christmas-countdown-quilt-along-january, Five for Friday – 2020 Quilt Alongs – AURIbuzz, https://shop.americanquilter.com/kits-patterns/themes/16771-epattern-ombre-royal-star.html. The quilt highlights the colors in a traditionally-pieced blooming center block surrounded by patchwork paths and curved sculpture garden corners. -Emily. The quilt measures 77” x 89” and features the rich blues and soft creams of Pam Buda’s collection. Thanks for the question, Debi! Yes, maybe you ended up on the October 2019 page. Check out the quilts above and take note of your favorites! http://www.aqsblog.com/twilight-flurries-christmas-countdown-quilt-along-january, […] 2 – American Quilter’s Society 2020 Quilt Alongs […]. Pumpkins, leaves, and warm colors galore - join us for a block of the month program that is perfect for festive fall sewing! November 13, 2020 by sherri McConnell | 4 Comments. This month’s block is definitely one of my favorites for the year. Chris (Rudy), <3, Love that it is scrappy and planned block. My mother in law loved mine so much that she started the blocks too! Looking forward each month's project. Thank you! So I’ll be back next Friday with the December block pattern and then will share the finishing information in early December. Introducing the eleventh tutorial in our FREE! I've left FB years ago but will try to keep up here on the blog...judging by the first block this will be one of the sweetest BOM's I've participated in...thank you.... our quilting social media accounts as well. Today I’m sharing the Quilting Life Block of the Month November 2020 blocks. Then you’ll be able to click on the link to the pattern and download it. That is the same way that we, the designers, felt. Thank you and keep up the creative juices!! Thanks so much for visiting my site! This month’s block is an Ohio Star variation that I love. (I’ll be sharing the finishing information the first week of December in case anyone is hoping to finish up before the holidays). Thank you so much for all you do for the quilting community. Looking forward this ‘challenge’ and decreasing my ‘stash’. I really fell in love with this one and can see a quilt being made entirely of this block in a variety of scrappy combinations. The pictures you are looking at are the quilt, not blocks. And I have simplified methods for making the square in a square units in the corners as well as an easy method for making the quarter-square triangle sections. In 2019, we explored classic quilt blocks. Where can I find the pattern for Christmas Countdown for 2020? Today I’m sharing the Quilting Life Block of the Month November 2020 blocks. Where do I find the free pattern, We’ll link to the free and digital download patterns for the quilt that month on the 1st each month along with ideas for the fabric pull. I’m excited to get started using up the less loved fabric in my stash! It would be so hard to pick a favorite! This December block is “stunning”, so unique and intricate! The 12″ block quilt requires 3/4 yard sashing, 1/4 yard or fat quarter for cornerstones, 1/2 yard inner border, 1 yard outer border, 5/8 yard binding, and 3 1/2 yards backing. Watch the November Block of the Month video above, or go here to watch it on my YouTube channel. Although I am sharing all of this content with you, please remember that I reserve all rights to the photos, blog posts, and all other content of this site. -Emily. This pattern will include all twelve blocks with full size pattern pieces and instructions for putting them all together in a wall quilt. *This blog also contain affiliate links. I absolutely love how the December blocks turned out. You can also have a lot of fun with fabric and color selection with this block for a variety of different looks. I thought you were going to wait. Have a great weekend and God Bless, Hi Sherri:) For example: For January, is the quilt one big royal star or several 12″ or so royal stars? I guess I read wrong that you were releasing Nov and Dec together. Here’s the first Twilight Flurries post! These quilts are beautiful, but will be even more interesting with borders. Can't wait! -Emily. The post has updated dates for January’s quilt, and we’ll be starting it on the 8th due to how the holiday fell. This site contains affiliate links. Could you please clarify when the info will be available each month? Lots of the quilts feature mostly Half Square Triangles or other simple units. 2020 Nancy Zieman Productions Nancy’s Red Elegance Block of the Month Mystery Quilt Series!

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