Welcome to week four of the City Tiles Quilt Along!
This marks the half way point of the quilt along! I know life gets busy and these blocks take some time so don’t stress if you are a bit behind! We have a catch up week coming up. Plus I think you will find others right along side you at what ever stage of the quilt along you are at. No stress allowed! 😉
Take some time to go through the hashtag when you get a chance and see what everyone else is up to! I love how active this hashtag is staying 🙂
Be sure to browse through the quilt along posts!
Here we go on Week four….
- Large Block Version: Make 3 blocks. This week we will be making three blocks for a total of nine.
- Small block Version: Make 6 blocks. If you are making the small block version, make six blocks this week for a total of nine.
- Post on Instagram: What is one random thing on your bucket list? Don’t have a list? Start one right now with one thing 😉
My progress on the City Tiles Quilt Along
My City Tiles Quilt:
Large Block Version
Center tiles: I’m using mostly Cotton and Steel Bluebird fabrics.
Outlines: All the same in the navy Cotton and Steel Sprinkles
Accent squares: All the same in this SS bluebird fabric
Background: Essex Yarn Dyed Linen in Flax
I’m caught up on my six blocks and working on this week’s blocks. I’m running out of room on my wall 😉
From the hashtag last week:
I learned to sew from my mother. I grew up sewing a lot of my own clothes, especially prom and other dance dresses. I really appreciated how my mother would come to my rescue when I made a mistake and unpicked my “booboos”. She didn’t want me to get discouraged. Mom didn’t quilt, but her mother did. Sarah Elizabeth Davidson was a devoted quilter, and she made me a darling Sunbonnet Sue quilt. My love of quilting definitely comes from her! I have really loved the process of working on this #citytilesquilt during the #citytilesqal #bonnieandcamillefabric
#citytilesqal 6 blocks, 10 to go This is my story for this week assigment. I spend the 2006-2007 school years’s in Red Deer, Alberta. I was taking a year off after my law degree with the purpose to improve my english and other things. I visited a quilt show that was hosted in Red Deer at the Spring 2007 and I knew that I want to learn how to quilt after that. I love the colors and the texture. At this time, I was an avid knitter and I’m still am today. I had a college student income, no sewingmachine and no quilting notions. So I postpone the project. Almost 10 years later, in the fall 2015, I was pregnant and had my permanent job. This was the perfect timing to learn how to quilt. I had a small sewingmachine, a 6×24 ruler, a cutting mat and a rotary cutter. I bought a few Crafsty Classes and with those tools and YouTube tutorials, I teach myself how to quilt. Since Fall 2015, I had bought two others sewing machine, give away the small one to my neighboor, bought a lot more quilting notions and we moved to a bigger house so I have a small studio. I’m hooked and I enjoy very much the quilting community on IG.
Jump in anytime!
And if you are kicking yourself for not joining the City Tiles Quilt Along…. do it! We would love to see you on the hashtag 🙂 Go ahead and RSVP below so you get the weekly e-mails.
See you next Monday!
Want to join the quilt along? Sign up below:
Official Quilt Along Blog Post