QAA April BOM
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QAA April BOM

This is the start of a brand new block of the month from Quilt Addicts Anonymous. We are using an alternative grid layout with different sized blocks. The first features an 18-inch star pattern, made with paper piece and half-square triangles. Free printable instructions are available at this link: http://www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/block-of-t­he-month-2016/
QAA BOM 2016 March – Stars in the night
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QAA BOM 2016 March – Stars in the night

This is the start of a brand new block of the month from Quilt Addicts Anonymous. We are using an alternative grid layout with different sized blocks. The first features an 18-inch star pattern, made with paper piece and half-square triangles. Free printable instructions are available at this link: http://www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/block-of-the-month-2016/

April Block of the Month

Welcome back to the Quilt Addicts Anonymous Block of the Month! This month we’re getting started on the first pieced border. There are 20 blocks, to make, but they’re easy and just 6-inches finished so the piecing goes fast. As always, I’m making the quilt in two colorways just in case the pinks and purples […]

February Block of the Month

I hope you all are having as much fun with the Quilt Addicts Anonymous Block of the Month as I am. Nearly 1,500 of you downloaded the January block, and I can’t wait to see how everyone’s fabric and color choices make the pattern come to life in a different way. But now it’s time […]

Washing machine, the final quilting step

  I feel like a quilt isn’t really complete until it’s been through the wash. Hang in with me for a second those of you who think putting the final stitch in the binding is the time to celebrate. For my batting I go back and forth between Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 cotton-poly blend and Quilters Dream […]

January Block of the Month

Welcome to 2014! Here’s your first pattern for the Quilt Addicts Anonymous Block of the Month. This month we’re making the center four blocks. They form a secondary pattern that makes a beautiful center medallion to start this quilt off with. Follow the video tutorial above for tips and tricks on how to put the […]

Another UFO down!

One of the gals in my sit-n-sew was expecting her first child and trying to start and finish a chevron baby quilt before the little guy arrived. She was already in the third trimester. So the rest of the Next Generation Sit-n-Sew (we’re all in our 20s and 30s) decided we’d make one for her. […]