2022 Blooming BOM
STARTING SEPT 2021
The 2022 Blooming Block of The Month is a skill builder quilt.
Each block is focused on a different quilt technique or traditional quilt block to create a modern and bold finish.
It’s perfect to use those unused scraps from other projects that have been waiting to get out of the bin!
Meet the Blocks!
The design of each block is inspired by a different kind of flower. I’ve deisgned them to be made using the basic quilt blocks, like HST’s, HRT’s or Flying Geese. So whether you are a beginner into quilting and want to learn the making of these blocks, or a more experienced quilter and want to improve your quilting skills, this BOM is perfect for you!
You can make all the 11 Blocks for a Large throw quilt, 6 blocks for a Throw (66″ sq), 4 blocks for a Baby (44″ sq), or just one block for a pillow, a tote, or other projects.
Take a look at them and choose your favourite!
Half Square Triangles: Two-at-a-time, Four-at-a-time and Eight-at-a-time methods.
Curved piecing: Half circles, quarter circles and orange peel.
Birds of Paradise
Foundation Paper Piecing
Half Rectangle Triangles: The two-at-a-time method.
Flying Geese: Four-at-a-time and Eight-at-a-time methods.
Quarter Square Triangles.
What is included?
Each first Saturday of the month you’ll receive an email including the following:
- The block pattern in PDF format.
- Link to a video tutorial showing you the sewing and trimming techniques, and all the block assembly.
- Colour inspo to inspire you to choose fabrics for that block.
- Monthly tutorials to adapt your favourite block to make a pillow, a table runner, an apron, a tote and other projects.
How to participate?
Sign up below for our monthly Blooming News to be delivered to your inbox. Once you have provided your email address and hit “Sign Up!” , you will receive a welcome email from me with further details about the dates, contents and other stuff about the BOM and also special discount that you could get (be sure to check your spam folder if you don’t receive it within a half an hour or so).
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