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NEW block of the month for Fall!!!!!

I know all of you are waiting for some of our NEW Blocks of the Month to come out this Fall, here is one of them. I have been working on getting a couple blocks done so that you are able to get a “feel” for what we are going for. This BOM is called A Rainbow Garden by Heart to Hand. We will be doing this BOM out of Lisa’s Flannel lines: Wool & Needle I and II along with our hand dyed wools. The picture on the cover of the pattern does not do the quilt justice! It is going to be a gorgeous quilt when it is finished….I can’t wait to get started on some more blocks!! Here are the specifics: the quilt measures 64x 74, blocks finish at 12 1/2×12 1/2, 14 month program, $17/month, pattern must be ordered separately for $17, and will start September 2013.

This is what the designers finished quilt looks like, we will be using different background and wools but still going for the same effect.


Hope you all enjoy this quilt and get signed up to receive these great blocks starting in September!

These are the first 3 blocks that I have finished, colors will vary due to photography, the greens really aren’t that green green color! 🙂




Thank you, Jessica


10 thoughts on “NEW block of the month for Fall!!!!!

  1. Hi Jessica. I have been waiting for the specifics on this bom. Will the borders and binding be included? What about a list of threads used? Also, do we order the pattern separately?

    Thanks, Shelly Taylor

    Sent from our iPad

  2. I have never worked with wool, nor have I much experience with appliqué. Having said that, I would love to make a quilt as beautiful as this. But another question I would have is how does a Longarm quilter quilt something like that?

    1. Carol, you could talk to your long-armer and see if that is something that they do, you could also hand quilt the finished project or we have several names that we could get you in our area that would be more than happy to help you out with the quilting if you do not have someone in your area.
      Thank you, Jessica

      1. O.k. What about if you have never worked with flannel or wool? What do you use for thread? Or do you use floss? Are the instructions detailed enough for a beginner? Lord, love a duck! I am one of those!!! 🙂

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