Saturday, October 1, 2016

October "In Our Garden Blog Hop"

Welcome Fall, Welcome Y'all, and Welcome to the: 

 Since February, on the first day of each month, different designers have been releasing  2 blocks for the In Our Garden Blog Hop. One block is a traditional pieced block and the other block is an applique block. October is my month to share with you.

The first block I have for you is the traditionally pieced, Squash Blossom. 
I like this block because of it's southwestern look.

(12.5 Unfinished)

Cutting Directions:
Feature Fabric: Turquoise
8 - 2.5” squares
8 -­ 3” squares 
       Background Fabric: White (tone on tone white)
12 -­ 2.5” squares
8 -­ 3” squares

1. Use the eight 3” squares of turquoise fabric, and the eight 3”
squares of background fabric to create 16 HST units. Trim to 2.5”.
 2. Assemble block according to the diagram. 

 Print this pattern HERE

The Applique block is a Fall/Winter spaghetti squash.
Be sure to line your lighter fabrics ! (Yikes I forgot to!)

Print this pattern HERE

More blocks yet to come 

Lana – It Seams to be Sew
Amy – Sew Incredibly Crazy– Final Blocks and wrap up
There's a group Facebook page HERE 
 and a Flickr Group
where everyone has been sharing garden blocks.
There will be a link up at Sew Incredibly Crazy as we finish this month's blocks
Participants are able to win prizes like a 

Thank you Amy for hosting this fun BOM

and thank you to

For providing my fabrics designed by Sue Zipkin

Have fun creating and God bless you !