BH4 Bonus Block 2: Mix and Match, which should have been simple but I’m an idiot.

This is the seventh block, which means if you've been following along with me, you know I'm finally starting a new set of fat quarters! In the photos, it might end up looking just as bright as the previous set of fabric. I assure you this is because I cannot take or edit photos to … Continue reading BH4 Bonus Block 2: Mix and Match, which should have been simple but I’m an idiot.

BH4 Bonus Block 1: Roundabout, because I’m always in the mood for a log cabin.

It's the first bonus block! I'm not sure I understand the idea behind the bonus blocks, but this is my first time doing Moda Blockheads, so maybe it was better explained in the previous rounds? It could also be as simple as wanting to have 36 blocks in 26 weeks? I don't know. Or it's … Continue reading BH4 Bonus Block 1: Roundabout, because I’m always in the mood for a log cabin.

BH4 Block 1: Square Wheel, which I immediately modify.

Blockheads 4 begins! The first block, Square Wheel, caused some controversy in the Facebook group. As I've previously mentioned, samplers aren't my aesthetic in general. This block wasn't many participants' aesthetic in particular. It certainly wasn't mine, but that's part of the challenge. But for anyone in need of suggestions for color layouts, Moda has … Continue reading BH4 Block 1: Square Wheel, which I immediately modify.

I decided to do Moda Blockheads at the worst time imaginable.

At the end of last year, when I knew I'd have to leave Atlanta and I'm terrible at maintaining long-distance friendships, I convinced some friends to form a virtual quilting group with me. Several were novice or entirely inexperienced with quilts, but that didn't matter. I was going to teach them. I sifted through dozens … Continue reading I decided to do Moda Blockheads at the worst time imaginable.