Quilts donated to Seven Stars Foundation for military kids going to YMCA Camp Colman, August 2019.Read More
This is one of the older quilt blocks, so it's kind of fun to try to give it a modern look with fabric choices and placement.
Blacksmiths (who used anvils) were big burly guys, so using Seahawks colors, gray, dark blue, lime green seems like a good fit.
Make it 12.5” unfinished, and as always, let the community quilt ladies do the final trim.
he tutorial link for for the block I showed at July Meeting seems to be broken. So I've made a couple from this tutorial. This one seems to give you more choices on fabric placement. Have fun!
July's block is a Low Volume Wonky Log Cabin with slivers of some wild colored fabric. It is inspired by a post from Debbie Jeske at A Quilter's Table.
Blocks should be 12.5” unfinished - No need to trim. It's best if all blocks get their final trim with the same 12.5" ruler, so we’ll let the Community Quilt committee do the final trim!
Have fun with this one!
Join us for our monthly meeting! Be sure to come a little early as Kathleen will be demoing curves from 6:30-7. This is the last month for Seven Stars Donations, so don't forget to bring yours if you signed up!
We'll be showing off all of the donations during the meeting!
*Birch Tree BOM (see below) and/or Low Volume Wonky Log Cabin BOM
*A donation for the birthday basket if you're a July baby
*Sew and Tell Items
As always, in addition to the demo on curves, social time is from 6:30-7!
Thank you to our 2018-2019 executive board! Breeayn, Jessie, Cate, Kathleen, Trish, and Heidi
Congratulations to our new board for 2019-2020! LaDauna, Karen, Connie, Joyce, Julie, and Heidi
For all of the details, check out the notes here.