My Favorite Block Quilt Along Block 7 from Little Birdie Quilting

Happy Quilt Along Tuesday!  That’s right – we get another block tutorial for the My Favorite Block Quilt Along!  I love that we get new blocks during the off week of Project QUILTING.  It helps to keep my focus – as much as anything can keep me focused these days….

Before we see our next block – let’s learn a bit more about the designer – Karen Mundt of Little Birdie Quilting! Pinterest:  http://pinterest.com/littlebirdieqs




Scrappy-trip-around-the-world-quilt1-185x300What is your favorite thing about Quilt Alongs?
Getting it bit by bit- so if you can keep up on a weekly basis, before you know it, you have all the blocks needed for a quilt to

 

When you look at your quilts - what color do you seem to use the most of?
Bright pinks and reds

 

When you look at your fabric stash - what color do you seem to have the most of?

Green- for some reason I find it to be my 'go to' for a pop of colour in a quilt, even though I wouldn't say it's a favourite colour.

 

What other quilt alongs are you participating in in 2013?

At this stage, informally joining in the 'Scrappy Trip Around the World' that's currently the favourite with many.

 

 

Apples or oranges?    Both: oranges when I can take the time to peel them, apples when I only have one hand spare!

 

Favorite Number:    7

 

Alright – now lets see what our next block is…

It’s a Strippy Leaf Block!


Strippy_leaf



Click HERE to see how to make yours!


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2 comments:

  1. [...] to include purple, and all shades in between. So, I found the questions asked of me by Kim on ‘My Favourite Block quiltalong’ interesting. I mentioned on there that over the years I have found that I have used green more and [...]

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