|Blockhead. noun block·head ˈbläk-ˌhed A quilter who likes to make a wide variety of quilt blocks, who probably collects books filled with quilt blocks, who has lots of random quilt blocks but still wants to make more.
Does this sound like you?
We are participating in the Moda Block-of-the-week Event. Six of Moda's top designers have teamed up to create 48 individual blocks that will be published weekly.
If you’re missing any blocks, alternate blocks or links to blog posts, you can find it all on the BLOCKHEADS ARCHIVE PAGE.
LINK TO ALL THE DESIGNERS
Blockhead Week 24
This week’s block is Corn No Beans by Carrie Nelson
Carrie and the sewists at Moda's "Cutting Table" have created this block for use with 1-2-3 (4-5-6) fabrics in mind. One of the blocks at Moda is Scrappy, Jo Morton used 5 and Jan Patek used 2. Each look is perfect on its own.
Do you have all the pdf patterns?
Last count is 29 patterns 24 weeks! Head to the Blockheads Archive Page (link above) if you've missed one!
Link to Block #24 - Corn No Beans
Blockhead Week 23
This week’s block is Winneconne Star by Lisa Bongean
Lisa stirs her blocks and when she's finished a new block is created. Look at this simple 8 pointed star, for example. A whole new look is created by adding four patches in the center and the corners.
Link to Block #23 - Winneconne Star
Blockhead Week 22
This week’s block is Birdhouse by Jan Patek
Jan has a great tutorial on this week's block. An alternate block was created by Lisa Bongean and the link to that block is HERE
Link to Block #22 - Birdhouse
Blockhead Week 21
This week’s block is Flying Geese Variation by Jo Morton
Jo uses the No Waste Flying Geese technique in making her blocks, with the 1″ x 2″ Flying Geese ruler by Bloc Loc. Ask at The Round Bobbin for the Bloc Loc flying geese rulers, they come in several convenient sizes. If you struggle with flying geese blocks, these rulers are what you need
Link to Block #21 - Flying Geese Variation