Hello, friends! Today I’m sharing the Sewcialites 2 Quilt Block 24, Energize by Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings. This block was a lot of fun to make. It was perfect for our final block–easy to make and a fun design. Keep reading for all of the details and more.
Sewcialites 2 Quilt Block 24
Block Details, Tips, and PDF Pattern Link
For this week’s block you’ll want to measure and cut carefully. The center square and four corner units are simple to put together but do require exact measurements. I used the Mini Simple Folded Corner Ruler to add the squares to the rectangles for the four remaining units. Go here to download the pattern for Sewcialites 2 Block 24 or click on the button below.
Previous Blocks and Posts
Patterns are still available, so it’s not too late to begin. Find all of the details for my previous posts and blocks below:
- See my block 1 post here.
- Find my block 2 post here.
- See my block 3 post here.
- Find my block 4 post here.
- Read the block 5 post here.
- And find the block 6 post here.
- See the Block 7 post here.
- Find the Block 8 post here.
- Find the Block 9 post here.
- And see the Block 10 post here.
- Block 11 post is here.
- Find the Block 12 post here.
- Find the Block 13 post here.
- And see the Block 14 post here.
- Find the Block 15 post here.
- And find the Block 16 post here.
- And find the Block 17 post here.
- Find block 18 and Block 19 are here.
- See details for Block 20 here.
- And see the Block 21 post here.
- Find Block 22 here.
- And get the Block 23 details here.
Next week all of the details for the finishing of the sampler will be shared. I’ll also be sharing my finished quilt with you which is quilted and bound. I can hardly wait! And I’m so excited that I have a fun new Christmas wall hanging for my office ready for the holidays.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Susan the Farm Quilter says
Thank you for all these fabulous blocks!!!
MiChelle M. Jaggard says
Sherri I just want to tell you how much I admire you. Chelsi always says what a great Mom you were when she was growing up and all the “Mom things” You did for your children. I bet that has made them great parents also. I love when you come on and tell us what you did over the weekend and give us several projests we can do also that you have done just to keep busy after you have finished a “big quilting stint” You are always so quiet and down to earth it makes me want to be a quilter like you are. Thank you for bringing all you do to quilting, for being that Mom that your children looked up to. For being able to be there for them to make them the wonderful Adults they have grown into. Thank you for be a terriffic Designer and Pattern maker but most of all Sherri, Thank you for just being you and enrighing my life. An Admirer of goodness at 70 years old of the younger generation, hat’s off to you. Prayers and Blessings to you and yours. Love you.