100 Blocks Sampler Sew Along

Have you heard about the 100 Blocks Sampler Sew Along???

If you haven’t let me tell a little about it.  It’s the brain child of the great people over at Quiltmaker.  They took 100 blocks from different issues of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks and have reduced the blocks to 6″.  Then they put them together to make this fabulous quilt….me, I love the blue version.

100BLKS SAMP ALL 100 Blocks Sampler Sew Along   Block #25

Our block is in the quilt…want to see?788 1 100 Blocks Sampler Sew Along   Block #25

It’s such an honor when any of our work is put into a collaboration project.  The quilt along has been going on for awhile.  At the time I opted to not sew along…I’m just not good with samplers…then I see them all finished and of course kick myself that I didn’t start…or keep up.

This one is a beauty for sure….scrappy and just awesome to look at.

You can see the post about our block here.  There you will also find information about the pattern and other featured blocks.  Are any of you already quilting along??  I’d love to see your blocks.

Photos courtesy of Quiltmaker and the Quilty Pleasures blog.

6 thoughts on “100 Blocks Sampler Sew Along

  1. Gretchen

    There are so many sew alongs and BOM’s, just can’t do them all. I had decided at the beginning of this year not to participate in any of them and focus on my own projects. I know there is always going to be another one coming along that I like. Maybe next year. Glad you had a good day at the Antiques in the Square. Blessings, Gretchen

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  2. Mary Jo B.

    I’m probably in the minority, but I really don’t like the look of sampler block quilts. They somehow just look too jumbled to me. However, if I had to make one, it would be like the red and white example in your post today. Having a smaller number of colors makes it look more cohesive (to my eyes anyway.)

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  3. Donna

    I have been working on this quilt since it started and I have 3 blocks left which I hope to do this week. It’s been fun. Some of the blocks have been challenging because there are so many little pieces but it’s going to be a great quilt! I’m doing mine in Civil War reproduction fabrics.

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  4. ShirlR

    I, too have never been drawn to sampler blocks/quilts; but if I were to choose one of these three color ways, I’d pick the black, browns and orange/reds version. Love those colors together.

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