Blogger’s Block-A-Palooza: Block 6 – You are Here

I am still having serious amounts of fun with the Blogger’s Block-A-Palooza organized by QuiltDad.  Due to some scheduling issues I wasn’t able to get to Thursday’s 6th block until tonight but I still love every minute of it!051Block 6:  You are Here from the Happy Zombie 053 Here’s a photo of the six blocks I have finished so far.  I think my favorite part is picking out the fabrics to use each time.  I LOVE not knowing what the end will look like and just following my gut. 

SCHEDULE:

Monday, January 24
Block #1: John Adams
Quilt Dad

Thursday, January 27
Block #2: Elizabeth Hartman
Oh, Fransson!

Monday, January 31
Block #3: Amanda Sasikirana
sasikirana handmade

Thursday, February 3
Block #4: Cherri House
Cherry House Quilts

Monday, February 7
Block #5: Kaye Prince
Miss Print

 

Thursday, February 10
Block #6: Monica Solorio-Snow
Happy Zombie

Monday, February 14 Happy Valentine's Day!
Block #7: Heather Bostic
House of a la Mode

Thursday, February 17
Block #8: Angela Yosten
Moda Home Mom

Monday, February 21
Block #9: Scott Hansen
Blue Nickel Studios

Thursday, February 24
Block #10: Amy Ellis
Amy's Creative Side

Monday, February 28
Block #11: Fat Quarterly team
Fat Quarterly

Thursday, March 3
Block #12: Jennifer Davis
Sugar Stitches

Monday, March 7
Block #13: Tia Curtis
Camp Follower Bags & Quilts

Thursday, March 10
Block #14: Ryan Walsh
I'm Just a Guy Who Quilts

Monday, March 14
Block #15: Kerri Horsley
lovely little handmades

Thursday, March 17
Block #16: Vanessa Christenson
V and Co.

Thursday, March 24
Block layout: Julie Herman & Natalia Bonner
Jaybird Quilts and Piece N Quilt

TBD
Wrap-up, charity auction

 

TO See what everyone’s working on check out the flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/bloggersblockapalooza/

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