Thursday, April 26, 2018

My Day for the 30 Blocks in 30 Days Blog Hop

Yahoo it's finally here, my day to participate in Carla's 30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days Blog Hop.  If you follow the link you will find tutorials for all of the blocks that are being presented in this Hop.

Carla put out an invitation to the participants to pick a block from her December sew along. This is my quilt from the sew along where I used all 30 blocks.


I chose December 27's block, Broken Strips. In this photo it's the gold block, bottom row, second block from the left.


When I chose the block I had no real purpose, therefore no clear goal.  Then Sarah over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict posted the organizations that would be participating in Hands to Help Charity Quilt Challenge 2018 and I knew a quilt using this block was coming.

You will notice that the pictures of my quilt are only of a quilt top.   For the organization that this quilt will be going to, Victoria's Quilts - Canada the contributions were requested to be
"tops only"  This request is intended to keep shipping costs down.


This picture was taken indoors due to weather.  It does nothing for the fabrics. 
I made the blocks and put the top together last month while at my first quilt retreat.  Should have taken the pictures there.  It was a beautiful location on a lake.  Hidesight is as they say 20/20


The out doors in the front of my house was just a tad windy and a bit shady.


Victoria's Quilts gets quilts out to people living with cancer.  I did my blocks in bright greens with blues and a slightly busy background fabric to keep it joyful and happy.


I tried taking pictures in the back of the house and the light was much better.



The fabric is showing up true to actual.  I just don't have a nice flat space to use in the back of the house but I am thankful the breeze let up.

I really enjoyed working with this block and making it my own with color choices.  

Thank you Carla for coming up with this different blog hop concept, it has been fun participating and fun to follow.  The creativity found in these posts is as always amazing.  Here is a list of the participants for the entire Hop.  Do yourself a favor and check them all out.


Date
Project Designer
Block

April 1st

Block 1- 4 Patch
April 2nd

Block 2 - Double Stuffed
April 3rd

April 4th
Block 4 - Dutch Door

April 5th

April 6th
Block 6 - Tacked Up

April 7th
Block 7 - Stripper

April 8th
Block 8 - Staggered

April 9th
Block 9 - Topsy Turvy

April 10th
Block 10 - Chunky Pinwheel

April 11th
Block 11 - Painted WIndow

April 12th
Block 12 - Broken Cinder Block

April 13th
Block 13 - Reaction

April 14th
Block 14 - Median Strip

April 15th
Block 15 - Center of Attention

April 16th

Block 16 - Bounce
April 17th

Block 17 - Sweet Sixteen
April 18th

Block 18 - Yeah Eights
April 19th

Block 19 - Weave
April 20th

Block 20 - Classic
April 21st

Block 21 - Spot
April 22nd

Block 22 - Cross Walk
April 23rd

Block 23 - Opposites Attract
April 24th

Block 24 - Possibility
April 25th

Block 25 - Camper Window
April 26th

Block 26 - Catching Z's
April 27th

Block 27 - Broken Stripes
April 28th

Block 28 - Stockade
April 29th

Block 29 - Dovetail
April 30th


Block 30 - Slow Tee




















32 comments:

  1. I love your quilt! Whoever receives it will surely like all the greens/blues and that background. I think I see a quilt with this block in my future. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. The quilt has a breezy desert look to it! Very nice!

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  3. Nice colors and a great quilt for a great cause!

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  4. Your colors are so perfect for this block and thanks for showing off your quilt from the first 30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days Challenge. This is one of my favorite blocks because you can change the looks so quickly by changing one color. Your quilt is beautiful and someone is going to love it. You are so sweet to join in on the 30 Quilt Blocks is 30 Days Blog Hop and Quilt Along. THANK YOU!!!

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  5. A wonderful quilt - great colors - for a great cause! Thank you, Susan

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  6. You did a great job with the fabric choices. It is a very happy quilt.

    I have loved this blog hop. . .it is amazing how all the blocks can look so different by just the fabric and setting choices made.

    Have a lovely day.

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  7. Love it! Making the blocks from so many different fabrics makes it much more interesting. It's wonderful that it will bring comfort to a cancer patient.

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  8. No matter where it finds its best light...it looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us today.

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  9. Beautiful quilt. Happy and bright. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I was glad to see a quilt made with all of the blocks. I hope to do that some day. I love the green one too. So colorful, and I know it will be loved.

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  11. So very pretty and pleasing to the eye! Someone will surely find comfort in wrapping up in this soft quilt. Love the colors!

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  12. LOVE it! And especially in the bright colors. Perfect to brighten the day of any cancer patient.

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  13. Very pretty!!! It's bright and happy. These easy patterns are great to sew and make a nice looking quilt too. That's a great idea to send only the top but then someone has to finish it with batting, backing, quilting, and binding. How do they put that into place?

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  14. I love your color choices. Wonderful quilt.

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  15. This hop is great. Such simple blocks making such great quilts!

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  16. Great color scheme idea and worthy cause too.

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  17. I love the way you used today's block! Such a bright and cheery quilt!
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  18. That looks great. I also love your quilt using all 30 blocks.

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  19. I love the colors in this set of blocks. Super fun blog hop!

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  20. It's so nice of you to donate your pretty quilt top. I like seeing your completed hop quilt, I like that you used different colors in your blocks.

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  21. I love your quilt....someone is going to be really lucky to get this

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  22. This is a great block for two-color quilts.

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  23. The greens made your quilt really lovely--great quilt!
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  24. Your quilt is fabulous with all of the bright fun green fabrics you used for this quilt design. Plus, I enjoyed seeing all of your pictures of the quilt in the various areas. Thank you for sharing your magnificent quilt!

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  25. Victoria's Quilts is a fantastic organization! And your quilt is a beautiful addition to their cause. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  26. This turned out really beautiful and it sounds like a great cause to send it to!

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  27. I love your color choices. Wonderful quilt.
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  28. I love the fabrics you used and the quilt pattern is very unique. I'm sure it will brighten the day for it's recipient.

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  29. Such a lovely fresh quilt top and to such a good cause!

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  30. Pretty projects and great idea,Thank you for the tutorial and for sharing !

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