Caught up on Patchwork City Blocks

I'm participating in the Patchwork City Metro Block of the Month with The Intrepid Thread. It started in February with fabric to make two blocks each month. At the beginning of April the fabric was piling up, as I'd only pieced part of one of the first four blocks. So my April goal for A Lovely Year of Finishes was to get caught up on my blocks. This month I finished all six blocks!

I'm having a great time with this project and think it will be easier to stay on track now that I'm caught up. I'm finding the freezer paper method to be working really well for me an I've only had to rip out a couple rows of stitching (namely on those turquoise diamonds). ;-) Thanks again to ALYoF for giving me the push to get it done!

February Blocks

Forest Park, Parking Garage and City Hall
Duplex, Turnstile and Post Office Box

 

March Blocks

Donut Shop, Half Sandwich and Zoo Train
Spotlight, Rose Garden and Window Washer

 

April Blocks

Crosswalk, Rec Center and Brewery
Library, Supermarket and Cornerstone

 

P.S. Tomorrow sign ups start for my Halloween Mini Swap on Instagram. You can see all the details here and find me @sarahmgoer on IG (where I'll be posting the sign up link) if you'd like to participate.

Linking up to ALYoF April FInishes Party and Needle and Thread Thursday.

10 thoughts on “Caught up on Patchwork City Blocks

    1. sarah

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      Thanks, Kathy. All the credit goes to Julie of Intrepid Thread. I'm really loving the BOM packages!

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  1. These are so cute! I am very excited to sign up for the Halloween swap! It is my first time participating in a mini swap -- I've only ever done block swaps before!

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    1. sarah

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      Thanks, Alison. I'm so glad that you'll be signing up! Please let me know if you have any questions along the way.

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    1. sarah

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      Thanks Vera! It's Elizabeth's Metro Area design from her book. I love the rainbow it will create when they are all done.

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