Modern BOM 2012

We just had a MQG contact us (Hi, Central Jersey MQG!) about using our BOM from 2012.  And since we've migrated from Ning (our original website) and our content there is no longer available, we realized it's time to upload all this info to our blog so that it's available for everyone!

In 2012, there were very few Modern Block of the Month programs.  But the members of the KMQG wanted to try out some different, modern blocks. Seeing a need, members Robin S. and Emily D. set to work compiling a Block of the Month for our little guild.  These patterns are always free to use. We simply ask that you not charge for the patterns and of course we always appreciate a reference to our guild!  Please don't hesitate to e-mail us if you ever find a broken link or need more information about a block.

One of these patterns IS NOT original:  The "Circle of Geese" block is by piecebynumber.com and we just included it because we loved it so much!  So please refer to her terms of use regarding those templates.
http://piecebynumber.com/circleofgeese.htm (her terms of use are on the actual template, I think)






Fabric Requirements for this quilt 
Dimensions of completed quilt: ~44" x 58"
2 yards - Background fabric
10-12 FQs or assorted prints to equal 2.5-3 yards - for the blocks
1 yard - Sashing
.75 yard - binding
2.5 yard - backing
  
Patterns :
1.) January - Woven - tutorial on partial seams
2.) February - Chevrons - (Printable Templates)
4.) April - Bordered Star -PAGE 1 - PAGE 2
8.) August - Raw Edges 
9.) September - Curves
10.) October - Starburst - (Printable Templates- make sure to set page scaling to "None")
11.) November - Diamonds
12.) December - Flying Geese
Make sure to post your completed blocks in our flickr group!!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Knoxville Modern Quilt Guild,

    My guild, West End Quilters in Montreal, Canada is planning to do your BOM starting in January 2019. My sister's guild in Oakville, Ontario, west of Toronto, did it last year. I saw the pattern and decided it was something I would love to make. So, I am organizing the BOM for my guild. I am not sure how many people will participate but I will do it!

    Thanks for posting the patterns as well as the circle of geese. We make quilts for our own enjoyment, donations and gifts. So we will observe all the copyrights.

    Happy quilting to you all,

    Mary

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