Sunday, June 24, 2012

Vintage Kansas City Star BOM

The first project that I worked on when I got home from golfing was to put together a block from the "Vintage Kansas City Star BOM".  It took me over an hour but it was worth it!

When I was cleaning and pitching on Friday, I came across some fabric that I purchase in 2008 to make a quilt called "Plantation Bay" using "Surf and Sand" from Marcus Fabrics.   However, I used a pattern called "Bold Statement" from "Quilts and More" Summer 2011.  If you would like the quilt after it is quilted and/or the leftover fabric, let me know.

Finally, I put a new roof on my first house.  I do like it better.  And, I noticed that the chimneys and part of the roof are the same fabric.  My next house will be like the picture, maybe!


  1. Hello Sandy...I love the house block..and the blue quilt reminds me of the ocean! I miss the ocean...sigh...You seem to be doing a lot of fun things...will you be joining on the quiltie trade again soon? Hope so ..your art work is missed :o) Hugs

  2. Bring your 'extras' over next weekend. I can sort them and then donate them. Peeking into the piles down stairs is one of my fun activites at your house. And I seem to be more interested in granny squares than my other stuff.

    Save room in your car, I have a box with surprises for you.

    See you next week.


  3. Sandy..want to know more about the Kansas BOM.

  4. Wow I like that Kansas BOM! I like this blue patterned quilt, you did a good job on it. Very calm feeling.Do you still have any scraps from this quilt? If you do I would love to get them from you or trade something. I am looking for what I would say are small scraps aka crumbs so if you or anyone you know that would like to share I would be interested. =) I am new to quilting, have been making a crumb quilt and have had to ask for crumbs/ scraps as I don't really hav a stash! LOL Thanks for all the inspiration!


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