It's Month 7 with my good friends at Stitchin' Heaven doing their BOHO Heart Monthly Block of the Month program and that means another month of fun tutorials!!
Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 Month 4 Month 5 Month 6
Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 Month 10 Month 11 Month 12
And since each month has Lots and Lots of Tutorials in them . . . Here is a list to jump right to the tutorial you need for this month 7:
Mini Heart Block Small Framed Square Blocks Square in a Square Block
Gardenvale Block Cutting Background Strips Sewing Section 1
So you have your Month 7 BOHO Heart Packet . . . Lets get started!!!
We'll start with our first block, and it's more applique with the . . .
And now we can move onto another set of familiar blocks, the . . .Small Framed Square Block – 2 Blocks
Place the side Black triangles onto the center White square with right sides together as shown aligning the finger creases. Stitch a 1/4" seam along both edges.
Press the seam allowance outwards to the Black triangles.
And that leaves us with our last block, and again, it is a familiar one as we are making the . . .
And that is it for BOHO Heart Block of the Month, Month 7 :)
If you have any questions on this tutorial, please don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com or leave a comment.
Hope you have so much fun making all of this months blocks and then sewing them all together:)
Looking forward to Next Month!!
This quilt is on my bucket list. I have my book and WILL get to it one of these days. Eager to see yours.ReplyDelete
Hello! For Square In A Square Block, you say that the block should be trimmed to 4" after adding the gold triangles but that's not possible without cutting off the points. Your picture shows a 4.5" square ruler, if I'm understanding the image correctly. For the finished block to be the size you indicate, I believe it needs to be 4.5 at this stage.ReplyDelete
This was a confusing block because there is an error in the book. Right now, on the picture, there is a 1/2" seam allowance on each of the sides of the points. If you trim an extra 1/4" on all 4 sides, it will be 4" and you will still have your 1/4" seam allowance for the points. Or . . .you can do like I ended up doing, and float the points trimming to 4 1/2" like the book says, and then trim down the purple borders. Either way, it needs to end at 6 1/2" unfinished ;)Delete