Everyone must be inspired by spring, because the blocks and tops completed this week are all really bright and fun. This week we completed 57 blocks and three tops. I still haven’t had a chance to enter all the entries from March to choose a winner at random. I’m hoping to do that this weekend to chose a winner for the flannel backing fabric. Now onto a virtual show and
Block a Day Challenge
This week we finished 20 blocks, two quilt tops and two quilts. I took a week off from sewing myself. I’ve just been exhausted all week. But I cleared my schedule this weekend and plan to make up for lost time. You’ve got two more days to post your blocks, tops and completed quilts for a chance to win this month’s prize, flannel backing fabric for a queen-sized quilt. Now
This week was an exciting one in the Block a Day Challenge. The blocks we’ve been making for the first 11 weeks, started coming together as completed tops and quilts. We finished four quilts and two tops this week in addition to 93 new blocks. Great job everyone, keep up the good work. And don’t forget that besides the reward of finishing more quilts, every block, top and quilt you
This week we created a record 137 blocks and 1 quilt top in the Block a Day Challenge. I can’t wait to see the tops you al create from these blocks. There are some really cute ones. Here’s a sampling of what we created this week.
We have some new members this week that I’d like to welcome. And if you’re thinking about joining, but don’t think you can catch up, don’t worry. The entries start over at zero each month so everyone has a good chance to win. Plus, it’s like the lottery. The winner is chosen at random so all you need to do is post a photo of one block to win, although
This month’s winner will receive three yards of 108-inch wide flannel backing fabric in a tan marbled print. That’s enough to back a queen-sized quilt. If you’re new to the Block a Day Challenge, here’s how it works. Sew one quilt block each day and post a photo of it to our Flickr group. Each quilt block counts as one entry, so while you don’t have to sew a block
February was a busy month for us in the Block a Day Challenge. We finished 380 blocks, 11 tops and 8 quilts. I’m really looking forward to see the finished quilts from the blocks you’re working on. This month’s winner is Quilts by Lisa. She will receive a copy of “Free-Motion Quilting Made Easy,” by Eva A. Larkin. Check back tomorrow to see what you could win in March. Now
We continued our productive trend this week, by completing 82 blocks, 1 top and two quilts for the Block A Day Challenge. Keep of the good work ladies. You’ve got five more days to post photos of your blocks, tops and quilts completed in February to the Block A Day Flickr group to win this month’s prize, a copy of “Free-Motion Quilting Made Easy” by Eva A. Larkin. Each block
We set a new record for blocks completed in one week on the Block A Day Challenge. This week 19 members complete 121 blocks! Way to go. We also had one completed quilt, and it appropriately had a Valentine’s Day theme. Give yourself a pat on the back and take a look at a sampling of what we completed this week.
My goodness were we productive this week. In the Block a Day Challenge we completed 85 blocks and four quilts. Keep it up for a chance to win this month’s prize, a copy of Eva A. Larkin’s “Free-Motion Quilting Made Easy.” Now onto a virtual show and tell of our work this week.