This pattern would be considered good for an intermediate quilter. It has a lot of blocks and pieces to make and keep organized.
Week 4 – Make (1) Block A and (2) Block B
Now that we have a bunch of units made, it’s time to start making blocks! This week we will be making (1) Block A and (2) Block Bs.
These blocks should go together pretty quickly, since the harder units have already been made.
As you are working your way through this pattern, it’s important to take note of color placements listing in the diagrams. Also, check the size of your units after each step to make sure they match up with the size listed.
JOIN ME! I will be filming a LIVE video in the Facebook Quilt Along group tomorrow (Wednesday Oct. 5th) at 11 am PDT to go over how to make the Block A and Block B. I will also answer any questions you have. If you can’t watch it live, it will be saved to the group and be uploaded to my YouTube channel and will be placed in this blog post.
QUILT ALONG SCHEDULE
Aug. 23rd – Grab your pattern & Pick out fabrics!
Sep. 13th – Week 1 – Cut Pieces
Sep. 20th – Week 2 – Make Flying Geese & Small Arrow units
Sep. 27th – Week 3 – Make Large Arrow units, Diamond in Square & Diamond in Rectangle units.
Oct. 4th – Week 4 – Make Blocks: (1) A and (2) B
Oct 11th – Week 5 – Make Blocks: (1) of each C, D, E, F, G & H
Oct 18th – Week 6 – Make Blocks: (2) I & 4) J
Oct 25th – Week 7 – Make Blocks: (4) K & (4) L
Nov. 1st – Week 8 – Make Blocks: (2) M & (2) N
Nov. 8th – Week 9 – Finish our quilts!
This schedule goes along with the larger sizes of the quilt pattern. If you would like to make the baby size, you will skip Blocks E thru N and go to Blocks O & P.