Craftsy Block of the Month Update

I was putting all my BOM’s into one post but since I haven’t gotten very far on any of them I think I’ll break them up into separate posts as they all come to their end.

Today I’m going to show you my progress on the Craftsy Block of the Month.  I have 9 of the 10 months done…just October left and hopefully I’ll finish that up tomorrow (apple store is closed).  I’ve really enjoyed this Block of the Month series.  Each month a new technique has been introduced.  I’ve tried things I’ve never tried before.  Realized I enjoyed doing things I never thought I would (hexagons) and was really glad I only had to make two blocks with a certain method.  Regardless of it all – in the end I’m going to have a gorgeous, unique sampler quilt that taught me a lot about quilting.

Chain Block for the Craftsy September BOM Chain BlockCleopatra's Puzzle Block for the September Craftsy BOM

Cleopatra’s Puzzle Block

September was curved piecing.  This was the month that I can’t tell you how grateful I was that I only had to make two blocks doing this.  I was just not a fan – no matter how careful I pinned or how slow I sewed things were just not coming out very nicely.  In the end, I’m happy with the blocks I do have but they are far from perfect or even well pieced.  Lesson learned:
If curved piecing is involved either figure out how to appliqué it or don’t do that project!


Here is a mosaic tile of my first 18 blocks for this quilt along!  I love tiling them like this because I can play with their arrangement at an easier scale.  I use ‘Mosaic Maker’ option over at Big Huge Labs to do this.

Just a few more weeks and I’ll be back to sewing my normal amount!  Any good quilt alongs coming up or just starting that I shouldn’t miss?  Also – if you ever are looking for a block designer be sure to think of me!

1 comment:

  1. [...] recently posted about the completion of my Craftsy BOM blocks (nope – I still haven’t decided on what to do about sashing).  Well – I’ve finally [...]


Thank you for your comments! I do my best to reply but life sometimes gets in the way. I do read and appreciate each and every comment!

*some posts on this blog contain affiliate links to vendors such as Amazon - at no additional cost to you. The small amount of affiliate income I earn allows me to bring you free patterns and DIY tutorials, as well as pay for domain fees. For more information, please visit my Disclosure Statement and Advertising Policies page.