City Sampler Quilt Along–Take 2

During apple season I don’t have a lot of time to sew.  Two years ago I followed along with a City Sampler Quilt along which turned into a pretty awesome quilt … if I do say so myself.


Gnome Angel hosted another quilt along this year and after watching the action for a few days I could no longer resist – I just had to join in the fun.  I went with a completely different color scheme this time around … indigo (many of my fabrics were hand-dyed by the lovely Jennifer Falkowski) and mustard yellow accents.IMG_3481Before I knew it … I had my 100 blocks put together!  I think this may become an annual thing for me. Things get so insane during apple season that it’s hard to find time to sew but it’s so important that I do!  Not only does it keep things at least a little interesting on my instagram account but it also helps make me a better person.tula 100 blocks

Now that I have all of my 100 blocks made it’s time to put them all together.  I thought of what I was going to do for the layout as I was helping customers one day.  I said to my mother-in-law, “Diane – do you mind watching the register so I can grab some graph paper?”  She didn’t even blink an eye at that request and my plan was created.

Freespirit True Colors By Tula Pink Precut Fabric

Stay tuned to see what happens with these luscious blocks!

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