Our Sew Much Fun Block Tour has begun!!!!!. Dragonfly's Quilt Design Studio is bringing us the first block. Check the link below to find the first complimentary Sew Much Fun block pictured here.
Jen Frost from Faith and Fabric brings us the second block of our tour. This adorable thimble block premiers today!!! There is a bonus quilt pattern you can purchase from her website store. Roll on over and take a gander at her lovely patterns.
Laura Piland from Slice of Pi brings us this super cute silver thimble for Week 3. All her blocks are always amazing. Go and poke around on her website. She has so much talent and her website is lovely. Be sure to check out the other things in her store.
THIS IS OUR WEEK!!!! Our block is Sew On & Sew Forth. It is live on August 22, 2021. It can be made in several different ways/ Click the button to go to the webstore and download your Complimentary pattern
Lime Leaves Designs is bringing us the Week 5 block. This little thimble with it's darling red bow is part of a larger project that Maria has created to celebrate a Quilter's or Sewist's Christmas. Hop over to her blog post for all the details and of course this complimentary block.
Carolyn Burgress from Applique Quilts and More brings us the Week 6 block. Carolyn is a master of applique. She has laser cut kits if you are new to applique or feel your cutting skills are not the best. These laser cuts are also a great way to get a fabulous block completed quickly.
Duck Creek Mountain Quilting has pressed on into Week 7 of our Block Tour. This should be smooth sailing without any wrinkles. Full steam ahead to her website for this hot block
Nancy with Patchwork Breeze brings us the Week 8 block. It is a necessary tool for accuracy. The marking pencil keeps us on point. It helps make sure our work is as close to perfect as we can get it. This is an important but often uncelebrated tool. Brova Nancy for giving it the recognition it is due.
Katie Mae Quilts and More brings us the Week 9 block. She named her ripper the same name I named mine. I'm guessing there are many Jack the Rippers out in the sewing world. Go get this cute pattern from her website.
Carolina from Always Expect Moore brings us the Week 10 block. What a cute homage to listening to music or podcasts as we sew. I know I love the background noise of my favorite music or a quilty podcast! What do you listen to or watch while you sew?
Scrapdash brings us the Week 11 block. Okay, y'all; you NEED to go and see how this block works together when repeated. It is amazing, y'all. Roll on over to her blog and download this spool and bobbin block today
Penny Spool Quilts brings us the Week 12 block. Look at these fun and fancy bobbins. You know, it's all fun and games until the bobbin runs out!! Hurry over to Penny Spool's and grab a few spare bobbins.
Craftapalooza shows how much we love hand made items. This heart in hand speaks to the loving care we stitch into each quilt we make.
Our lovely hostess with the mostest brings us a Halloween treat without any tricks. This vintage treadle machine and cat block speaks to our fur sewing helpers. Do you have a sewing buddy that sits with you in your sewing room?
Carolyn over at Applique, Quilts & More is a Jedi master of applique. This dress form is elegant, understated and timeless. She also makes kits containing her laser die-cuts and they are worth every penny. Pick up and kit and make quick work of this block.
This week Cayenne Ridge Quilts brings u a lovely spool of Tula Pink thread. The perfect shade of fun purple to stitch up all our dreams. Grab her pattern and unravel all the possibilties.
This Week Raylee makes a lovely hand-embroidered sewing machine block. The perfect addition to our Tour. Hurry over to her website and stitch up a hand made block this week
For Week 18, Ladybug's Cabin brings us Bobbins, bobbins, bobbins!!! Roll on over to her blog and grab the pattern this week
The inquiring quilter brings us a wonderful block celebrating a tool I find now I can't live without. Binding clips have been a game changer on by hand binding. These are a fantastic tool. Head over to the website and pinch this block for your quilt
True Blue Quilts has captured my favorite part of a new quilt, the Fabric Pull!! What's your favorite part of the quilt process?
Raylee at Sunflower Stitcherie & Quilting made a super cute hand-embroidered block. Some fun handwork to carry in the car as you go over the river and through the woods to Grandmother's house this holiday week.
Hello!!! So glad you are here for our second block on the tour. This is a Foundation Paper Pieced Block with applique. The pattern is available in our website store at no cost during the Tour. Just add it to your cart and check out with a zero balance
Rona the Ribbeter has made a cute quilt check list for the Tour. Swing by her website and get this wonderfully original and organized block.
QuiltFabrication gets right to the point with a lovely pin block. Glasshead pins are such a necessary sewing notion. This darling little block may prick your creativity. Just think of all the lovely colors you can make those glassheaded pins
Jen Frost has done it again. Super cute little sewing block.
Button Button Whose got the Button? This week it's Laura over at Slice of Pi. She's got the Button.
A proverb borrowed from wood working. Always appropriate for us, miscutters.
An empty spool means lots of love and time have been invested.
A modern machine for the modern quilter. This cutie is hard to resist.
My lovely and talented friend, Raylee makes the cutest hand embroidery blocks. For some quiet down-time sewing go grab this lovely block
Oh how darling is this block celebrating the old handstitching that is making a comeback in 2022. Pull out your counted crossstitch ladies and lets lay some stitches.
Just like Cher and Tia in Clueless, we're rolling with my homies. Go ahead and sing it I know you want to.
A wonderful little hand stitched reminder to accompany your morning cup of Joe.
Katheryn has captured what every quilter wants to see pinned to their finished quilt. The purple Best in Show firstplace Ribbon. Yes!!!!
Oh the elusive prize at any quilt show or retreat, an antique featherweight. Everybody can have one in their own favorite color. This is a cutie of a block.
Sharing the legacy and tradition of quilting. Handing it down to the next generation as women's art. It ties us to our ancestors and allows our descendants to know us better. Our legacy in stitches.
All that handstitching goes much easier with an embroidery hoop. Carolyn has captured the notion I need most when I am sewing on handwork. Beautiful and simple clean lines.
Y'all !! The best part of starting a quilt is being able to go to the quilt shop and pet all the fabric. This makes all the work worth it.
This is such a sweet and traditional block. Look at the glass beads as pin heads with the iconic tomato pincushion. Such a tug on my heart for this traditional block.
What a lovely spool of blue thread with a little bit of sparkle. This makes me want to do some machine embroidery. How would you use this blue thread?
A gift for Mom from a different sort of needle. This block celebrates the diversity of our sewing community.
Color !! The element we use to convey emotion, movement, and how we paint with Fabric. This hunter star block is also a color wheel to help when you are hunting for the right fabric.
Do you love working with your hands on projects other than quilting? Are you a crocheter, a knitter, an embroiderer, a painter or even a macrame enthusiast ?
You down with EPP? Yeah, you know me!! How about you? Do you like a little EPP?
I'm playing chicken with the thread, playing chicken with the thread, playing chicken. Always trying to get the last of the bobbin before a rewind.
Wise words spoken. I need to heed this advice.
Hey Y'all!!! This is just the most adorbs ever. My friend, Sara has made a block that can capture my favorite fabrics all in one block. What a stunningly smart block!!! You need this block in your life.
What a clever way to use up scrappy triangles!!! This scrapy "S" will get your Sew Jo going. Jump over to Sew Joy for her blog and this block as a complimentary download
The Quilting Room with Mel has a stunning red spool of thread to add to your Block Tour Collection. Circle around over there and get the pattern. Only 3 more weeks to go.
This is our third and final block of the Sew Much Fun Block Tour. Grandma's Button Jar. It has been "Sew" fun. Don't miss out on the Sew Much Sewing Fun Quilt Pattern to showcase all your Block Tour Blocks.
Applique Quilts and More gives us another lovely block. Roll on by her website for this complimentary downloadable block. ONLY 1 WEEK left to go!!!
Sunday, July 24, 2022 from our hostess with the mostest, Kathryn @ Dragonfly's Quilting Design Studio.
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