Tuesday, January 24, 2017

In Our Garden Block of the Month Quilt

I need to finish the In Our Garden Quilt before
we begin our new adventure starting in just a week.

There were a total of 24 blocks with
a few bonus blocks thrown in the mix.
I uses 25 of them to finish this
Block of the Month.

I sashed the blocks on the top and bottom with  a 2 1/2" x 12 1/2".
Then, I  added a 2 1/2" square to 2 more 2 1/2" x 12 1/2" pieces.
This makes little corner stones to the blocks.

I wanted a large quilt to fit on a twin
sized bed, so I cut 2 1/2" squares for the pieced row.

The completed quilt is 68" across by 84" long.
I absolutely love the finished top.
I can't wait to get it all quilted up
and ready to grace one of the kid's beds.

You can find all the pattern links Here

Thanks again to
for sponsoring my quilt and this hop.

Stop in at Just Let Me Quilt
to check out Carol's quilt. 

In just a week, we start our new Block of the Month
I am the first stop on
the Sun, Sand, and Sea BOM,
so please join me on Feb 1st.

Would you like a little peak at the
background layout, so you can
begin gathering those fabrics?

We will be of course adding applique to
the quilt.  So, be prepared for a lot
of fun in Sun, Sand, and Sea.

Hope you are planning to join us.

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  1. Your quilt is turning out so cute. Love the 2 1/2 inch square rows.

  2. Love it, Amy. I really can't wait to finish mine.

  3. Wow! This is sew wonderful, Amy! I need to get the last of my blocks done and get my quilt together. I like the new BOM 2017 button. Will blog about it soon. Looking forward to sewing along ... :) Pat

  4. Beautiful. I love your sashings.

  5. Your quilt is really beautiful Amy. I love the addition of the sashing and squares.

  6. That is looking great. I have my top done but it has to get in line to be completed.
    I seem to have missed both the November and December/January linky winners. Do you mind telling me who won. Thanks.

  7. Just about have mine together. It's been a blast. I can't wait to see everyone's quilts put together! Nice job Amy