Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Bobbing Along -Block on Board Hop!

SEW Have you been BOB-bing Along?


Welcome to my day on the BOB Blog Hop!
 
 

I've blogged about my handy GO! Accuquilt cutter before...
My last project using it was my
 Fields of Irises Flowering Snowball Quilt.
 

I was so happy when the fabulous people over
at Accuquilt invited me to join in their BOB Blog Hop

Do You know BOB?
BOB makes quilting so easy.
I chose to share the Rob Peter to Pay Paul BOB.


 
 
Rob Peter to Pay Paul is a Block on Board aka BOB -
 every shape needed to make the classic block
is included on two small  die boards.
It’s a easy, fast, and convenient to use this die!
And really,
how long would it take to cut all those
curved pieces by hand?
(I know I wouldn't even try without my BOB)
 
I was inspired by the inevitable
change in the weather.
The leaves will soon be
turning to the shades of Autumn.
 
 
No more will there be flowers blooming
from the summer containers.
 
 
 We will be seeing glowing wit hues of reds, oranges,
and yellows.
 

 
I decided to stray away for the
traditional look of
the Rob Peter to Pay Paul block and
make something a bit different.
The die is so versatile,
there is no problem changing
things up a bit.
 

I hand quilted the entire piece
with coordinating Aurifil 12 wt. thread.
 
 
This was my second curved
pieced quilt.
 I always enjoy a challenge,
but this Accuquilt die took the
trouble out of curves.
 
 
 
 
You can also pick up this beautiful pattern on Accuquilt
 

http://www.accuquilt.com/cutting-dies/go-block-on-board.html?utm_source=AQ%20Blog%20&utm_medium=button&utm_campaign=BOB%20Blog%20Hop

                                                                                   for FREE for a limited time.
 
 
 
There's a great line up of quilting bloggers participating in the BOB Blog Hop,
be sure and check their projects out....
August 18th – Samplings from a Blue Ribbon Girl – GO! Flowering Snowball
August 19th – Strip Quilter – GO! Ohio Star
August 20th – Freemotion by the River – GO! Log Cabin
August 21st – A Quilting Life – GO! Dresden Plates
August 22nd – Pleasant Home – GO! Blazing Star
August 23rd – Living Water Quilter – GO! Hunter Star
August 24th – Ray’s Sew Crafty – GO! Double Wedding Ring
August 25th – Blue Feather Quilt Studio – GO! Rob Peter to Pay Paul
August 26th – One Stitch at a Time – GO! Double Wedding Ring
August 27th – Beaquilter – GO! Log Cabin
August 28th – Sew Incredibly Crazy – GO! Rob Peter to Pay Paul
August 29th – Sew Fresh Quilts – GO! Ohio Star
 
 



 
I am so glad that you decided to BOB along with me.
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13 comments:

  1. Neat design Amy and I agree with Bea.....I see trees!

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  2. What a beautiful and original design, Amy. I adore those trees in fall colours! This piece is just gorgeous! Sew Incredibly Clever!

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  3. It turned out really beautiful and I love the colors!

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  4. I too see trees and your fabrics are so pretty, but the hand quilting makes it shine!

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  5. Love the colors and the hand stitching. This die looks like the best way to go for quilts like this. So much fun when the cutting is sew easy.

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  6. Amy this turned out Beautiful!! Love your Hand Stitching...perfect!
    Huggs, Nancy

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  7. Love the creativity of this design--just perfect. What a wonderful way to re-invent the traditional.

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  8. Yes, I agree, this is a lovely design!

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  9. I have seen this Rob Peter to Pay Paul block with a nine patch in the middle. I think it's a beautiful block! Thanks for showing us an fun alternative using the same shaped pieces.

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  10. I like the new design! The cutter is on my bucket list. I really want one bad!

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  11. this is lovely Amy....you do do well with colour

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  12. Nicely done and the perfect colors for the coming season.

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