Barn Quilt BOM – Month 6

The last month of piecing is upon us! I love the flags of pieces on my door at the cottage in Maine. The one in the center was equally as long on the other side. The frightening thing is that these were not all the pieces. This is a month that requires a few shifts of sewing! I suggest a time for cutting, a time for adding the triangles, a time for piecing the stars, and a time for putting it all together.

I marked my colors on the stars so as not to get them mixed up on both pages. It worked as I had little trouble figuring things out because of this.

Now watch your reversals on the angles for the points. The mistake I made, was early and on a solid piece which could be flipped and the triangle reattached. That was a good thing, as I didn’t have the extra fabric with me when I made that mistake. The rest of the pieces were clear sailing!

I loved the stars and played with a few different settings. In the end, I will use the stars across the top and bottom of the quilt and a border on the sides. It will be plenty big enough for a queen size quilt.

Working together is what makes this fun, so remember to check out the other quilters who are blogging, including our fab designer, Sherry!

If you are just thinking of hopping in….here are links of supplies for this block of the month:
-join the facebook page,
-buy the pattern*,
-buy the seam guide* ,
-buy the ruler* for trimming (cuts HST from 1 1/2″ -6 1/2″).
(These are affiliate links and do not add to your costs, but help defray my costs)

Coming Up on the Blog
Awesome Ocean 2/15 & 2/29
Swap Mob Bag
Tips/Tutorials on the 22nd – 2/22

Linking up:

Follow:
Disclaimer: *Links with asterisk indicate an affiliate link. Your price is not any different, but a small percentage of the sale will go to supporting my blog.

3 Comments

  1. February 5, 2020 / 8:48 am

    Hi Kathleen! Wow, it seems like this sew-along has gone by quickly. It seems like it was just a few weeks ago that you announced this and here we are to almost having a quilt top. I love these star blocks. Lovely as the top and bottom of the quilt. ~smile~ Roseanne

    • February 5, 2020 / 9:22 am

      They are fun little blocks but many pieces….. I am pleased at the way it is turning out AND I have enough left to make something fun with it….maybe a table topper in my dining room that has teal curtains!

  2. thedarlingdogwood
    February 5, 2020 / 6:44 pm

    I love seeing all your chain pieced parts in a row, like a wonderful bunting! Love your background fabric.

I love hearing from you and try to reply promptly to each comment.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

My Favorite Tools

DayLight Wafer 1 Light Box
Freezer paper
Siteground Web Hosting
LoveCrafts Affiliate
Dream Cotton Batting
Sidekick Ruler
Hex N More Ruler
4″ Circular Plastic Needlepoint
Awesome Ocean Pattern
Schmetz NonStick Needle
Sulky Totally Stable
Oliso Mini Iron
Barn Quilt by Sherry Shish
PrintNFuse
Applique Pressing Sheet
Mary Ellen’s Best Press Starch
Clover Bias Tape Maker 12mm
Woven Diamonds Pattern
Hobbs Premium 80/20 Batting
Woven Star Pattern
Wefty Needle
Quilt Hanger
bluprint
Fat Quarter Shop
Accuquilts
Westalee Sampler Template Set
Sewline Grey Pencil
Backyard Birds
Wing Clipper
Quilt Pounce
Hobbs Thermore Batting
Electric Quilt 8
Quilter’s Dream Select Batting
3M Command Strip Clothespins
Paper Templates for Lucy Boston
Lucy Boston Templates,MPP
Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Cross
Clover Wonder Clips
Thread magic
Bluprint Quilting Classes
Clearly Perfect Angles
Sizzix Big Shot Plus
Spritzer
Slotted Triangle Trimmer
%d bloggers like this: