Monday, April 1, 2013

April Blogger Girl's Block of the Month




Hello...and Happy April! I meant to post a Happy Easter post this weekend; however, we had family visiting and I never even made it to the computer! I did have a chance to finish up my May and June blocks for the Blogger Girl's Block of the Month, so I'm all ready to start setting them together!


For today, though, I'm sharing Block 4 in both versions. It really has been a lot of fun seeing how differently the blocks look with the different placement of fabrics. It has been a little more challenging for me as the months go by since I used 2 layer cakes instead of a fat quarter bundle--but I can now say that I was able to make all 12 blocks with 2 layer cakes, and I even have quite a few pieces left.


Be sure to stop by Monique's blog today to download block 4 (click here).


Here are the first eight blocks together...I love each block separately, and I really love them together.



Be sure to stop by the following blogs to see the other versions of Monique's designs.


Thelma from Cupcakes ‘n Daisies ~ cupcakesndaisies.blogspot.com
Lissa from Moda Lissa ~ ModaLissa.blogspot.com
Denise from Quilter’s Window ~ Quilterswindow.com/blog/
Nicole from Sister’s Choice ~ sisterschoice.typepad.com
Lisa from Stashmaster ~ The-Stashmaster.blogspot.com


Thanks so much for stopping by...oh...and I'll be back a little later today with some Schnibbles news!

18 comments:

elena piƱa garcia said...

Sherri, once again amazing blocks!!! I love blues combination.
Lol from Spain,
Elena

By Juut said...

Beautiful blocks, love your fabric choice

Sarah said...

They look great! I've bought a fat 1/8 bundle of Indigo Crossing to make these blocks. I think it will look great in my bedroom. I'm not planning on copying your fabric placement, just using lights, mediums and darks in designated places. I'm a blue and white bedroom girl!

Missy Shay said...

I am really liking that blue and white!

trish said...

It has been fun watching your blocks being made. It is neat how one pattern can take on more than one look.
Have a wonderful week. Trish

Thimbleanna said...

I love seeing these pretty blue blocks. It's so fun to see how differently they look with the different piece placements. And they all look great together too!

Viviane Rellui said...

very beautifull blocks...

Mountain Home Quilts said...

Indigo Crossing is a perfect collection for these blocks! They all look wonderful!

Abby said...

I LOVE how your blocks are turning out. Can't wait to see the finished quilt!

Jean(ie) said...

I am really loving this block series. Might have to join in for a low volume version. This would be perfect for that project!

Michelle Jensen said...

I really enjoy making sampler blocks and it is really neat to see yours all lined up together. The thing that amazes me is the color combinations and how much they can change the overall block appearance. I quite love your blues very nice. Thanks for sharing.

Jeanenne Nielsen said...

I have been following the blog and making the blocks along with you. I think that they are fun and I love making them.

Micki Clemens said...

I love these blocks and especially the colors!

Dianne Mitzel said...

Blue and white, never fails to be a stunning combo!! Love your blocks..they are wonderful.

laurajane said...

Gorgeous,love blues and white.x

Anita said...

Love your blocks!

OPQuilt said...

I've always been fascinated by how different blocks can look when colors (meaning the values) of fabrics are switched around. Your blocks are so interesting in that way. Beautiful!

Elizabeth E.

Mama Pea said...

Me, too. I love your blocks separately, but when I see them together, it's like "Wow!" Very nice!

Okay, off to make my way backwards to where I left off on your blog. My goodness, you have been a busy blogger! :-)

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