the Round Robin 30 – make your own barn quilt

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happy monday.

in the sewing room

While traveling you see the darndest things— the above picture is one from a shop that was selling some linens and other fun kitchen things.

Did you spot the chicken in there?! I have one of these…and apparently they aren’t only found in the US.

Thought it might bring you a smile today— do you have a chicken for your kitchen?

Becky

today’s topic  making your own barn quilt

During last summer a friend and I had volunteered to be in charge of our quilt group meeting.

We decided to do quilt block painting.

During the spring we had gotten together and painted large quilt blocks on 3 X 3 squares.  They are big and wonderful, but knew that they were too large for the group to make.

After looking around for a bit we decided to go with a chunky piece of wood.  2 chunky.  That would keep the wood from warping for the most part and if they wanted to stand it up they could- on a shelf or table.  Or if they wanted, they could use it laying down like a hot plate.

sew it

Materials needed:

1 block of wood. We went with a 2 x 8

primer

brush

acrylic paint in your choice of colors

pencil

ruler

painters tape

Quilt block designs

Full Barn Quilt Block Tutorial here!

something fun

Making Ornaments with notions   click here to read more.

Make a barn quilt  click here to read more

Barn quilt How to. click here to read more

Garden shed barn quilt click here to read more

Easy barn quilts. click here to read more

quilty chit chat

There have been a few fun projects posted in the Quilting 101 fb group.

 The Three’s Company  your blocks are flying in and they are sooo wonderful to see! Are you sewing along?

Join the group for free here.

For all the Round Robin editions- visit here.

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