Layout 6 for #ScrappyCrownAlong

Happy Monday everyone!  I am one of those weirdo’s who love Mondays!  I think it has to do with being a stay at home mom and the majority of my kiddo’s heading back to school.  I can get a few things done with some peace (if Pip allows it).  Today I’m going to share with you the sixth layout for the #scrappycrownalong.  I’m having fun with these and I hope you are too!

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To make this block – you need to make

This is the last block that will use 15” Crown of Thorn blocks so if you plan on following my plan I would be sure to count where you’re at so you don’t get too far ahead of yourself.  If you’ve already made more than 14 of them – no worries!  You can always make a mini!

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Here are my six blocks laid out in EQ7. 


This is my actual Block 6.  I did have a couple of 5” crown of thorns made but I wanted to show you how dramatic those large half square triangles can be when you group them together in a block.  I’m also super excited about how well the dots in my Cotton + Steel fabric create a point in the middle two blocks!  I didn’t even really plan that!


Here are my six blocks laid out in my quilt so far!  This is just so cool!

Layout 7 will be posted next Monday.  I have to focus on my Project QUILTING quilt this week!

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Linked up to:  Monday Funday, KISMIF, BOMs AwayMaking Mondays, and MCM


  1. Hi Kim - thanks for linking up to MCM! I love this quilt layout - I haven't seen your posts on this quilt along, I'm going to be doing some reading and catching up! :)

  2. Fun! I only have two blocks done so far but that's cool with me. It's what happens when you're working on a dozen things at once. :)

  3. Hi there! This one is fun - it makes me think of a cousin of the Gypsy's Wife for some reason. . .


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