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Block of the Month

At every guild meeting a new block pattern is available. A sample of the block may also be on display. You are encouraged to make a block and turn it in at the next meeting. For each block turned in, you receive one chance in a drawing to win the blocks.

Blocks for 2017

January 2017, 4 Tulips 4 You.

Blocks for 2016

November 2016, Twirling.

September 2016, Rising Star.

August 2016, Twinkling Star.

June 2016, Fair and Square.

May 2016, Martha Washington Star.

April 2016, Northumberland Star.

March 2016, Pinwheel.

February 2016, Castles in Spain.

January 2016, Simple Rings and Electric Fan.

Blocks for 2015

December 2015, Mosaic.

October 2015, The Wedding Ring.

September 2015, Crystal Star.

August 2015, Southern Belle.

July 2015, Louisiana Block.

June 2015, Star Light Last Gleaming.

May 2015, Batik Butterflies in Blue Sky.

April 2015, Pieced Cat.

March 2015, Bloomin' Basket.

February 2015, Double Pinwheel.

January 2015, Friendship Chain.

Blocks for 2014

October 2014. Measure up to Fall! This is an updated version of what was handed out at the guild meeting on October 2.

September 2014. Cat and the Moon.

July 2014. pinwheel.

June 2014, jar.

May 2014, Hexing Around, page 1 and page 2.

April 2014, Tulips Galore.

March 2014, pinwheel.

February 2014, shamrock.

January 2014, pieced hearts.

Blocks for 2013

December 2013,Kaleidoscope String block, page 1

December 2013,Kaleidoscope String block, page 2

Blocks for 2012

April 2012, Pinwheel.

March 2012, Happy Home.

February 2012, Spring Flowers.

January 2012, hearts to make for Valentine's Day.

Blocks for 2011

December 2011, floral print center surrounded by green, purple, yellow and blue triangles.

October 2011, Christmas Ornament. Instructions for preparing the block.

September 2011, Leaf Peeping Block. Instructions for preparing the block.

August 2011, Blue and Yellow Blocks.

July 2011, Nine Patch and Three Strips.

April 2011, Easter Bonnets.

April 2011, Bunny Patch.

March 2011, Block 1.

March 2011, Block 2.

February 2011

January 2011, Pinwheel.  Color photo of both blocks.

January 2011, Noon Star

Blocks for 2010

November 2010, Twirling Nine-Patch

October 2010, Star

September 2010, Log Cabin Ribbon

July 2010, Churn Dash

Blocks for 2009

October 2009, Cool Cats. This is a Churn Dash block.

September 2009, Vintage Airplane III. This came from the Better Homes & Gardens 501 Quilt Blocks.

July 2009, Baby Bows

June 2009, True Lover's Knot

May 2009, Mayflowers

April 2009, Peter Cottontail

March 2009, Single Irish Chain

February 2009, Oriental Lantern

January 2009, Kaizen

Blocks for 2008

Since this was our 20th year, the blocks were either the same or similar to blocks that were used in the first year of the guild.

December 2008, Christmas Wreath

November 2008, Road to the White House

October 2008, Light and Shadows

September 2008, Schoolhouse

August 2008, Tall Ship

No block of the month for June or July 2008.

May 2008. This block was chosen by Ruth McCoy when she was Block of the Month Chairperson.

April 2008, Lily, designed by Deb Raver. This block was first used as Block of the Month in August 1995. Later, this block was featured on the cover of the August 1998 issue of the McCall's Quilting Magazine.

March 2008, Kite

February 2008. We used batiks from Quilter's Cottage and the 7-inch template from Elisa's Backporch.

January 2008, Winter Snowman. This block was designed by Dolores Coleman for Block of the Month at Quilter's Cottage for January 1993.

Other BOM Resources

BlockCentral.com. Free block of the month series quilts from BlockCentral.com.

eQuilters block of the month. Free quilt block patterns.

Horizon Quilt Patterns. Block of the month patterns.

Story Quilts. Block of the Month Club featured by StoryQuilts.com, Inc. of Lamesa, Texas.

Victoriana Quilters. Free block of the month quilt block from Victoriana Quilters.

I Love Shopping. A paper pieced Block of the Month from Wendy Voster.

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