Inspired by Water Land‘s pond theme, we developed a quilt to reflect rippling currents against the shore. Bright and cheery, this is a lovely summertime quilt that will make you smile!
It might be 100 degrees out, but luckily for us Yvonne of Quilting Jet Girl designed a cool block that has us dreaming of the ski slopes as we sew up July’s winning design for the Cirrus Solids BOM Challenge. Yvonne even has a quick tutorial on how to design your own blocks on her blog, as well as a ton of other inspiration, so now is a great time to escape the heat, stay inside, and get sewing. Download instructions for the On a Slope Block here.
Happy summer! Our block this month is quick, sweet, and simple, which is perfect to kick off the season. Anne Sullivan created two colorways with a great balance of dark and light for her winning Cirrus Solids BOM Challenge design, bringing a subtle depth to the four inspired quilt layouts below. Download instructions for the Rock Candy Block here.
Spring Quilt Market left us in the dust as far as the BOM challenge was concerned, but the good news is that now we’ve got back to back winners for you! This week, we’ve got last month’s beautiful block designed by Lynn Kline. Her fun use of coordinating and contrasting colors in squares and strips really caught our eye; use the suggested warm and cool colorways, or be inspired to choose your own! Download the instructions for the Stuck in the Middle Block here, and stay tuned next week for June’s block.
It’s time to open the barn door and let it some spring sunshine. Conveniently, Jerriann Massey of AnnieMcHugs designed a simple but effective Barn Door Block for our Cirrus Solids BOM Challenge and won our April spot. Jerriann also has a lot of handy tutorials and tips on her blog, and runs a gorgeous sewing retreat space in Texas, so her website is definitely worth a look! Download the instructions for the Barn Door Block here.