This is the quilt that my guild made for a raffle quilt with the proceeds going to the Yamhill County Historical Society where we meet every month. I loved this quilt and donated a couple of my Moda blockhead 6" blocks for it.
I used it as my inspiration for makeing a quilt with my Moda blockheads blocks. I have about 50 of them. I have made 6 columns of these blocks placing them on point and offsetting them so I get the zig zag effect, which I have wanted to do for quite a while.
I will place these sections on each side of the quilt. (they aren't sewn together yet).
Yesterday I made the barn that I will put in the middle of the quilt. I will have 2 rows of blocks in between the side panels and the barn block will be in between the upper blocks and the lower blocks, somewhat similar to the placement in the raffle quilt above. I still need to appliqué a tree next to my barn and make a couple more blocks to fill in the center rows of blocks.
I'm looking forward to going to the first quilt show of the year on Friday in Albany, Oregon. It's been a long time since I went to one. Today it is supposed to rain all day - we've been getting lots of rain lately, so it's a good day for sewing! What's on your design wall?