I have been working on my Vintage Christmas Sampler since the middle of July. I have 14 blocks sewn and completed. I have 6 more that I need to make and
10 9 tutorials that need to be written.
Here is a look at my progress so far:
1. Indian Mats (paper pieced) 2. Wonky Barn Fence 3. Christmas Tree 4. LeMoyne Star 5. Oatmeal Cookie Variation 6. Ohio Star Variation 7. Radiating Diamonds 8. Log Cabin 9. Blueberry Pie 10. Wreath 11. Chevrons 12. 9 patch 13. Old Snowflake (paper pieced) 14. Stocking 15. Snail Trail (not pictured)
The tutorials for
10 9 of the completed blocks can all be found here on my Vintage Christmas Sampler page.
You may be asking yourself why Snail Trail Block is not pictured…well that is because I haven’t done it yet! You may also be asking why I keep crossing out the number 10 and writing in the number 9, well…when I posted yesterday about my awesome giveaway from SassyPacks I mentioned that Vicki loved my sampler and had planned on making one of her own. I asked her if she wanted to do one of the tutorials for one of the vintage blocks on her site and I would use her tutorial to create my block using my vintage fabrics. She said yes and today you can see her tutorial for the Snail Trail block up on the SassyBlog!
Check out how great her block turned out in the updated fabrics – and doesn’t that chocolate look yummy!
Go look at the tutorial and don’t forget to enter the giveaway – you can win a layer cake of O’ Tinsel Town and maybe start your own Christmas Sampler Quilt!
I will be making this block over the weekend using Vicki’s tutorial and I will post a picture on Monday of how it looks in my vintage fabrics – I am excited to get to follow a tutorial instead of write one! Will you be making this block?
Have a great weekend!
This is quite wonderful. I love sampler quilts, and this one is really great. I will have to look at your tutorials. Thanks for sharing your progress.
I seriously need to start quilting along with you- there’s so much inspiration here! ♥
Great looking block. Love the fabrics she’s used.
Looking good. It definitely looks vintage.
I am ABSOLUTELY in love with your Christmas Sampler!! And I am rather envious of your gorgeous vintage fabrics! Maybe I will be able to make one for next Christmas. 🙂
I keep looking at this and wanting to do them. I am DOING the LeMoyne block for sure. I really would like to pair that up with the wreath block….hoping the tut comes soon 🙂 And hopefully not with your go cutter, I don’t have one!! AWESOMENESS!!!