Category BOM Quilt

Flashback Tuesday: Big Block Log Cabin Quilt from & Quilt Therapy

I *love* making log cabin quilt blocks and quilts.  No matter how ‘advanced’ my quilting capabilities are, I never outgrow my love of creating a log cabin quilt.  I even made my wedding quilt a log cabin quilt!

These blocks are so versatile that they can encompass any type of quilt genre – from the very traditional to the modern, and everything in-between.  It’s a quilter’s delight!

Big Block Log Cabin Quilt from & Quilt Therapy

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    Flashback Tuesday: Fairy Tale Garden Row of the Month Quilt from

    I designed and made this quilt while we were on our three-month camping adventure in the summer of 2006.  I sent my husband, mother-in-law and kids over to Lake Tahoe so that I could get this quilt made without interruptions or distractions (both of which are guaranteed when you have a husband, MIL and four kids living in such close quarters).

    Here’s one of the blocks from this precious quilt:

    Fairy Tale Garden Row of the Month Quilt from

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      Flashback Tuesday: The Red Rooster from

      There is never a better time than to look back at original quilt designs on than right now.  SO many beautiful quilts and quilt projects made over the years – this one is a favorite wall hanging of mine!

      “The Red Rooster” an Exclusive Design from

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        Flashback Tuesday: Pioneer Sampler 2009 BOM Project Original from

        This quilt was a blast to make, especially with the fabric I chose for the quilt.  The fabric was sponsored by and I just had pure FUN making this baby quilt!

        I also cut out all of the fabric for the blocks, along with the monthly patterns and presented them to everyone who wanted one in the small quilt group I attended.  At the end of the first year…and even the second and third year, I saw so many different variations made of the ladies who put that quilt together.  Some added wider sashing and borders to create a lap quilt.  Some didn’t add sashing at all (like in my quilt image below) but made up for the loss by adding bigger border pieces.  We had a small quilt fest at the community library and showed off our quilts and it was amazing how many different quilts were made from the exact same set of blocks that I used.  I was tickled pink!

        Pioneer Sampler 2009 BOM Project Original from

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          Presenting the 2015 Block of the Month Free Quilt Pattern: Modern Framed Classics: Bright & Beautiful!

          This definitely deserves a drum roll……..the 2015 (FREE!) block of the month quilt is live at!  This quilt would not have been possible without my co-sponsors, and Aurifil threads.  I bow to you my favorite fabric pusher and my favorite thread pusher!

 only has FIVE kits available for this quilt, in the fabrics that I used in my quilt.  If you rush over there and use the coupon code “tammy10″ (no quotes), you will get an additional 10% off on top of the already discounted by 10% kit price!

          Here is the quilt we will be working on this year:


          Modern Framed Classics:  Bright & Beautiful, an original design by TK Harrison for

          I hope you enjoy making it as much as I did!

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