Friday, October 4, 2013

Virtual Quilting Bee Block 16

This is it friends! The final block of the Virtual Quilting Bee! Don't feel bad if you're behind - I've got a couple that I need to catch up on myself! Just enjoy the process.

This block is designed and taught by Cindy Wiens of Live a Colorful Life. Cindy is a talented quilter and sewer and makes lots of beautiful things out of selvages! And you have to see her amazing Kona Color Card Quilt!


For information on the Virtual Quilting Bee and links to past tutorials, visit the Virtual Quilting Bee page.

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And as always, checkout the Flickr group or #virtualquiltingbee on Instagram for some of the latest blocks. I love seeing the variety of fabrics and colors used. I loved these blocks by Mara, who also used Happy Go Lucky fabrics, but made them her own. Beautiful!

In two weeks I'll be back to show you how we're going to assemble these blocks!

5 comments:

  1. Another great block! And hard to believe we are on our last block! :0) I started so many things and have several wips but maybe I can actually get this one finished! Hopefully lots of finishes for 2014 at least :0)

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  2. Thanks for your kind comments. And thanks for including me in your Virtual Quilting Bee!!

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  3. this is a pretty cool quilting square.

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  5. Woah, last block??? I haven't touched my stuff since we moved this summer, but I'm finally ready to get caught up next week during fall break! :)

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