Galactic Explosion 12-Part BOM Pattern Booklet #NRDGEBOM is a sampler in two colorways: VENUS (brights) and MARS (earth tones). Nine stars in the center are surrounded by a piano key border and a dancing star border.
From Marcus Fabrics the Galactic Explosion BOM fabric by Nancy Rink Collection are featured and include a mix of tone-on-tone brights for the VENUS version and semi-solid textures for the MARS version. The full color, saddle-stitched, 52-page booklet includes complete separate instructions for BOTH colorways. 91 x 91″ finished size. Perfect for a Block of the Month or Saturday Sampler program.
There are two 60″ wide coordinating fabrics.
Contact Nancy for a shop cutting guide and program information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Everything is due to arrive next month so place your orders now.
I just love this! Helen Robinson of Sew Kind of Wonderful has a created modern look with simple piecing using the Sew Kind of Wonderful tool A Starry Night is wonderful in every way!
She has created a bonus block which can be substituted for the camel block in the quilt or made into a pillow as an accent.
She has even created a coordinating coloring book! Talk about adding that awe factor to a gift!
Why not feature this quilt as a block of the month starting in January so it will be done in time for the next holiday season? The quilt finished to 75″ x 78″. The pattern comes with multiple layouts so you can adjust the size to fit your needs. The quilt pattern is due to arrive this week. The bonus block, coloring book and ruler are already in stock. Wouldn’t this be a great gift – especially if they know it will be featured in upcoming classes????
Wouldn’t this 65” x 78″ quilt be a great block of the month class? The pattern is fat quarter friendly and uses simple piecing techniques. Six month block of the months are becoming more and more popular.
Grace is a great fat quarter friendly quilt that finished to 72″ square.
Adventure is a two color quilt that reminds me of the woven throws that were so popular when I was growing up. But in these fabrics and this design, it looks oh so modern and measures 76″ x 76″ . It is a strip pieced block so it goes together faster than you think.
Sunny Side is a 1-1/2″ strip friendly quilt that has the look of a half log cabin block but with a modern feel!
All of these patterns are due to arrive the middle of November so order them now.
What a great series of classes or online videos! Why not offer a table runner of the month instead of a block of the month? The designs are dramatic but simple so most of the work can be done in class. And, many of the runners offer opportunities to teach different techniques and tools.
The book is reasonably priced and most of the patterns require fat eighths so they are easy – and affordable to kit!
This new Block of the Month by Sherri Noel is written in chapters.
Each of the twelve chapter begins with a life affirming quote and is set off with blocks that all come together to create a charming 84 inch square quilt.
The pattern comes in two booklets – one for the pattern, the other for the techniques. What an opportunity to grow as a quilter while creating a work of art! Wouldn’t this be the perfect graduation gift? Or birthday gift to welcome someone into their teen years?
Or, make it for yourself – we all need a reminder sometimes to focus on the positive! This pattern is due to arrive next month so order it now and add it to your class schedule!
Erin Underwood is one of those designers who can create dramatic quilts that appeal to all ages. Basically, they appeal to everyone! And, as a quilt teacher and shop owner, her designs are full of learning opportunities.
Star Studded is a perfect example of a quilt that would be a great block of the month. The stars showcase several different techniques to make a stunning quilt.
Hexology is another design that can be broken down into a block of the month.
Over Under Weaving Wonder is a stunning quilt whether you choose a light or dark background. Plus there is a great space for dramatic quilting.
Continuity can be made with a background accent fabric along with your favorite fabric strips.
These pillows have texture built right in – just fold the strips and let the fun begin. There are two options – couch and bed size!
All of these patterns are due in this month so start planning your classes accordingly!
Hearts aren’t just for February. Any of these darling quilts would be great decorations all year long. Or make them as wedding gifts or a gift for that pre-teen in your life!
Conversation is a large-sized through that is done in rows so it is a perfect block of the month style class. Teach several techniques for basic blocks. Who says a beginning sampler class has to be boring???
These two patterns use jelly rolls and can be made in two different sizes. What a great way to use up scraps! And don’t you love the background? It gives them a modern look!
Look closely at this one because it is actually pencils – and a great way to showcase your solids or tone on tones! What a great quilt to display in your studio!
Why not pull out some of your red and pink fabrics to make a display. After all, it doesn’t have to have hearts on it to showcase the holiday!
This sampler quilt is a new and exciting ten-month block of the month program – all in one reasonably priced book! Due out in February, Summer Moon is made up of 72 blocks.
But, here is what makes this book different! The quilt is made up of 72 blocks set eight by nine. Each block is repeated three times in three different sizes so there are actually 24 different blocks in the quilt. The finished 4 1/2; 6 and 7 1/2 inch blocks are framed when needed so they all finish to the same size and can be set together with straight rows – it only looks complicated!
Setting it together this way, however, adds movement and interest to the quilt. You can use the same background for all of the blocks or add texture by using different ones. Each month, the nine blocks use the same background so it is easy to cut and kit.
The 72 blocks are completed in eight months. The remaining two months are needed to complete the frames for the smaller blocks. What a clever and original concept for a sampler quilt!