I have something to show you – a picture of my 30s Sampler! It’s not finished yet because of course this is only month 8 of 10, but I thought you’d enjoy seeing how it’s coming along. Remember, I’ve been making my sample with the panels completed in Back Basting Applique. I’ve used one Farm Life Panel and one Flower Garden panel. But you could use two the same if you wanted to.
Isn’t that fun?
If you are just tuning in this Block of the Month has custom sized blocks to fit alternating with the pre-printed blocks designed in the 1930s by Ruby Short McKim. The blocks were reproduced in 2016 pre-printed on fabric by Paintbrush Studio Fabrics. If you missed out, I still have some in inventory. Click here. Choose one of many options for completing your animal or flower blocks. For example, applique them, like I did. Or, embroider them, or tint them with crayon first, them embroider them. Or paint them.
If you’d like to try Back Basting Applique check out my book on the subject here. If you order the book from my website I will include one free Farm or Flower block so you can try back basting without the worry of using up one of the blocks from your panel. Just put a note in the order so I know you want the free block. (The block design will be a random selection, sorry, no choosing.)
But I know what you really want, the patterns for Month 8! Here are the blocks for Month 8. Don’t let that green and lavender block intimidate you. It’s looks hard but I think you’ll find it easy enough.To get your patterns for Month 8 click here.
Keep on stitchin’!