Thursday, March 18, 2010

Yet another block of the month (or two)

Block of the month programs are so much fun! I found two new free on-line ones. Both featuring the irresistible Moda jelly rolls. It just so happens that I have one (or two or maybe three) jelly rolls hanging out in need of patterns. The first BOM is from Moose on the Porch Quilts the Jelly Roll Sampler Quilt Along.
Here is block one and block two is printed and ready to be sewn this weekend. I am using an older American Jane line and various background pieces. I think I may have used too many different patterns in this one and maybe I'll tone down the next. Or maybe not.

The second BOM is from those fabulous authors of my favorite jelly roll quilt book (called Jelly Roll Quilts) and owners of The Quilt Room in England. It's called Classic Jelly Roll Sampler. If I ever get to England, I am going there and telling them thanks for adding 50-11 more UFOs to my life. Love ya! I haven't decided on a jelly roll for this BOM and I may have to buy one special. Just maybe. Possibly. Probably shouldn't but....

Hope y'all join me in these free fun projects! I know Karin will now that I've put the jelly roll bug in her inbox (hee hee).

6 comments:

Carol said...

Your block looks great! It's very fun. Thanks for the heads up on the other Jelly Roll BOM...looks great!

Karin said...

Like I don't have enough projects I want to do...now another one!!! But it looks good so I will have to go to the room to find a jelly roll

Gari said...

I am also doing the Moose on the Porch BOM: just finished block 2 today (pictures Monday). Isn't it fun?

Becky said...

Thanks - I think - for the links to the free BOM. Hope that you had a wonderful trip. We sure missed you at Thimbles and with the "small" hops we made. Hope to see you soon!

Brenda said...

Glad I wasn't the only one to get sucked in. I am only doing one of them, the one from Moose on the Porch. Love the fabrics you are using.

Carol said...

I am also doing that quilt. I am using a jelly roll I have had for a while- Woodland Bloom. Much more bright than my usual muted colors- a challenge for me.