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August 03, 2018


Mary Kastner

THat is true! One cool block! SWim conference here for the girls this weekend. I will be at the pool but not in it! Have a good one Nicole.


Barbara Anne

This is, indeed, an interesting block! I really like it both on point and squared up. Well done to the maker, whoever it is.

Thanks for sharing it!

Hope you can stay cool!


pam hansen

Both blocks are lovely. I seem to recall having seen versions of the block. Perhaps it's from one of Moda's sew alongs.


That IS a cool block, I love it! Maybe that's what I should do with my Midwinter Red fabrics, I never did decide on the right pattern for them! Enjoy your weekend. Tomorrow is our annual Canoe Carnival, so I'm working a half day, then will go work on the float for a bit. With the heat and humidity this year, I haven't been able to help at all because my pain level has been so high. I'm hoping that I can make it through the next three days between my Percocet and medical marijuana! If not, I'll just have to sit in the A/C and watch the floats go by!!!


Wow that's so pretty! But I think the flying geese need to be 2" x 3.5" unfinished and 1.5" x 3" finished, right? If you don't mind I would love to copy that block for the #12minisin12month challenge.
Have a wonderful weekend!


This is the version I want to make. It's from a book, but I can't find the book now!

Brenda Hotinger

It looks like a version of Moda Blockheads 2,block 5 by Vanessa Goertzen of Lella Boutique. Her original block is 24" x 24" and I've seen lots of different versions on Instagram.


That quilt block IS amazing! I would love an entire quilt made with that.

Nicole, take your sewing machine down to the kitchen table to stay cool. It's worth it! ;p

Debby Maples

The blocks look like Carrie Nelson,s Cabin Skein pattern in the book Moda All Stars Marvels. I am a big fan of her books and patterns

Linda B

That truly is an amazing just the effect of only two colour.

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