February BOMs

Did February fly by as quickly for you as it did for me? Work was kinda crazy this month, then I went on vacation, then my older son came to visit and now February is just about over. Oh well, better late than never for my February BOM progress.

Here is block #4 of Build A Quilt.

Next up is my block for the Monthly Color Challenge hosted by Patterns by Jen. February’s color is Lemon/Bright Yellow. I really like how lemony my block turned out.

And these last two blocks are part of a monthly quiltalong I’m doing w/my in real life friend, @sunnybunnyquilts, who lives just a few miles away from me here in KC.

This Japanese X Plus Block finishes at 12″. I used this tutorial. I made smaller ones last month (they finishe at 7.5″) but I wanted to try bigger. I think this one is too big so next month I’m going for one that finishes at 10″.

And last but not least, my Criss Cross Stars block, a pattern by Lori Holt. This one finishes at 9″.

Thanks for stopping by, until next time, God Bless & Happy Stitchin’!

A Thread for Life

Linking up at:

Jen’s Monthly Color Challenge

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Finished or Not Finished Friday

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4 thoughts on “February BOMs

  1. Even though it flew past, it sounds like you had a pretty good month, with a vacation and a visit from your son! And some BOMs done! I’ll be interested in seeing your next X Plus block. Interesting words to think on from Oswald Chambers.

  2. All of these blocks are lovely, but I’m especially enamored with that 12″ Japanese plus block! I’m finding that I’m more drawn to the larger blocks right now, since they make for a faster flimsy and give more space and possibilities for the quilting “frosting” at the end. 🙂

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