Well good morning cute people!...
I have missed you:)
Today is the
and this is barn 6...
But first I need to apologise because yesterday...
I neglected to announce the winner of the giveaway from my last post.
I'm so sorry but time just got away from me.
The winner is
I will be sending her these
And Kimberly at Fat Quarter Shop will be
sending her a bundle of Lori Holt Solids!
A Big Thank You to Stephanie and
everyone so much to everyone
for leaving me bloggy love about the YouTube
you all put a smile on my face:)
Now onto the quilty Barn:)
Cut your pieces for the
sunny sunflower block.
I cut 12 background squares at 1 1/2"...
4 yellow 2 1/2" squares...
4 yellow 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" rectangles...
4 green 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" rectangles...
4 green 1 1/2" squares ...
and 1 green 2 1/2" square for the center.
to go to my tutorial that I have previously done.
Now cut your barn block.
Stitch up your sunny sunflower block...
It should measure 6 1/2" square before you sew it into the side of the barn:)
One cute little
Sunny Sunflower Block.
Some of you may recognize this block
from a quilt pattern that I published and taught several years ago....
The blocks for that quilt finished at 12"
and I called the pattern Sunny Sunflower.
I thought one in yellow and green needed to go on the side of barn number 6.
It's not quite ready for harvest yet ....
so the center is still green:)
Now build your barn around it.
I thought that this barn needed
some honeybee's flying around inside:)
some honeybee's flying around inside:)
I didn't get a chance to put borders on barn 5 yet.
After market is over...
I'll get them both sashed....
but for right now they will remain
on the design wall in my little studio
keeping a bumblebee block company:)
We are halfway finished with the first
Quilty Barn Along quilt
and in 2 weeks from today
I will be posting barn number 7...
as well as..
the first block in the
next barn quilt I will be making!!!
Have a quilty barn kind of day...
and I will be stalking the
to see your cute quilty barns!!!!
Thanks again Lori! I can't wait!!!
Congrats to Stephanie! Love this newest barn :) and I am excited to see your next barny project!
you are so generous to share your talents with us.
Thanks for BEEing sew inspiring! You're super!
That bee fabric is so cute. I would pick a barn with a big sunflower if I was a bee!!!
I made a flower yesterday too !!! LOVE it. And I LOVE this barn. Do you not love that bee fabric!
Love Love that bee fabric.....ok, I'll bite- where can I get me some?
and the bee block to go with! I'm in love.....thats the buzzzzzzzzzzz
Another great block...thanks. I am behind, only have 3 done. Need to get caught up on this cutie quilt.
I love the sunflower =D
Congrats Steph and I love the sunflower - I think its nice that it gets to keep company with the cute little bee while you are away!! Have fun!
Solids? So happy 'bout that! I'm flying to UT in a few weeks and my first stop will be Material Girlsmso I can stock up in everything Lori Holt!
Oh Lori, you are such an inspiration to me! Been watching your YouTube videos today! I am learning some little tricks of the trade from you. Do you have a little Singer Featherweight sewing machine? Just bought one!
Keep inspiring my friend!
I want to make Sunny Sunflower, but I'm leaving for a vacation! I will be taking a bunch of hexis to work on at night in my hotel room. And I ordered my Bake Sale from FQS a few days ago!
I love the sunflower block, cute.
I love these blocks and so does my daughter-in-law who is moving into her new house soon! I am making her a valance using the barns! Thank you so much for the idea, the tutorials and patterns!
Have fun at market, wish that I were there!
Oh my, oh my, oh my! Your creativity and talent is just amazing. Thank you for the sweet patterns and inspiration. I just love EVERYTHING you do!
Love you studio, your fabrics and all your quilting ideas. I want to make sew a barn block but I wanted to make a farm not just barns. maybe someday. Its on my project list for sure :) Thanks for the great idea.
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