Hello and welcome to the
Grab your book
And your Farm Girl Vintage Fabric...
And let's make some Farm Girl Blocks!
Our first Farm Girl Block
for this week is
on page 121 of the book.
I love this block and all of it's scrappiness.
I know I say this about every block
LOL but I would love to make
an entire quilt with this block
using my scrappy stash:)
I did make one in 6" size
to add to my 6" Farm Girl Block Sampler...
and I also made a 6" Small Town Block
to add as well...
it's our other block for this week:)
I now have nine blocks sewn
and three more to go.
I am really loving the way
that they all look together:)
is on page 123 of the book.
I named this block Small Town because
I am a small town girl
through and through!
My parents and aunts and uncles
still live in the small town
where I grew up and several of
my brothers and sisters...
nieces and nephews
have homes there as well.
And I just live in the next town over...
5 miles away:)
I love any and every house blocks!
Here are the 3" unit and a
6" block hanging together.
Remember that the 3" units
are what the doll quilts are made from...
I explained more about that
in last weeks post.
These tiny little 3" units are so cute!
I put the Small Town Doll Quilt
on the bed at far left.
I painted the bed with my
Farm Girl Paint in the color
I bordered it in the red gingham
from my Farm Girl Vintage fabric collection.
It's the medium doll quilt and the
pattern is on page 189 of the book.
I styled this photo with
a vintage bud vase holding roses
made with vintage book pages...
And a few of my very favorite vintage books:)
Thanks for joining me on the farm today!
I'll see you back here next week:)