Wednesday, 26 November 2014

The Low Volume Block - NYC Metro Mod Quilt Guild Block Lotto


For so long I've been wanting to make a quilt using just cream and white fabrics so when I got the instructions for the November Lotto Blocks for the NYC Metro Mod Quilt Guild I knew exactly what sort of block I was going to make.

The instructions are a 12.5" unfinished block; any block design; low volume fabrics.

Time to trial my idea and see just how a block for a whole white and cream quilt could look.


I've allowed myself to use tone on tones,


and varied textures, especially for the solids, adding visual and tactile interest.


I've used 9 fabrics and cut 9 blocks - (6) 5" x 4.5" and (3) 4" x 3.5" and I've joined them together using row by row and nested seams method from my Easy Scrappy Nine Patches tute.


Yep, it's confirmed, I do want to make a whole quilt just like this.


As always you can check out all the blocks that our Bee make for the November Block Lotto on my Quilty - NYC Metro Mod Guild Challenge Blocks Pinterest Board- I'll add more pins as each person in the Bee posts photos of their finished blocks and you can see my NYC Mod Quilt Guild post here too.


Additionally you can click this link to see all of my NYC Mod Quilt Guild Bee Blocks and Challenge Blocks/Quilts.


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