Wednesday, April 18, 2018

WIP Wednesday - Classic Meets Modern BOM

I've made it to the fourth month of the Classic Meets Modern BOM hosted by Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation.  With just two blocks each month, it's easy to stay on track.


I'm using these Kona colours;  White, Steel, Turquoise, Berry, Pool, Parrot, and Royal.

This is Susannah, a 10.5-inch block.


Rolling Stone is a whopping 18.5 inches.  I'm loving the large blocks in this project.



You can follow my progress:

Linking up with:

Let's Bee Social @ Sew Fresh Quilts
WIP Wednesday @ The Needle and Thread Network
Midweek Makers @ Quilt Fabrication
Wednesday Wait Loss @ The Inquiring Quilter


13 comments:

  1. Dare I say, Big is better? It's shocking how much space larger blocks occupy in a design, and are really the same amount of work. I really like your palette on this quilt.

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  2. I like that rolling stone block - I think I have the pattern somewhere

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  3. What gorgeous colors! This quilt will be wonderful. Thank you for linking up to Wednesday Wait Loss.

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  4. Loving your color palette! I like big blocks too!

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  5. Big blocks are super satisfying, aren't they? It is going to be fun to see all your blocks come together.

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  6. Wow! Awesome progress! Can't wait to see the finish!

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  7. Ohhh, I like that big rolling stone block!! I really like the color scheme also!😊

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  8. Love these blocks and the colours are right on ❤️❤️❤️

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  9. I like that rolling stone block - I think I have the pattern somewhere

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  10. I really like the colours you are using! And yes - big blocks are super fun! I can’t wait to see how they all go together.

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  11. These are great Anja! Seeing the Kona colours makes me want to make some too; I'le loved Rolling Stone for a long time.

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  12. Love the color choices in this new block!

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