Vintage Farm Girl QAL Anniversary QAL

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Once again I can’t believe how fast time goes by! It seems like the quilt along for Lori Holt’s book Farm Girl Vintage was a month ago but……it has been 1 year! Did you take part?

Fat Quarter Shop asked a few of us to help celebrate Lori Holt’s 1 year anniversary.Vintage Farm Girl Anniversary

I had fun using batiks to make both the 6 inch and 12 inch blocks.Birthday Cake batik quilt block

Farm Girl Vintage Block

I took part in the Farm Girl Vintage tour last year and showed this neat block made with batiks. Lori Holt has the neatest fabric collections but I wanted to show everyone how beautiful batiks could be in her blocks.Vintage Butter Churn Block

Lori Holt runs the very popular blog – Bee in My Bonnet.

6 inch and 12 inch quilt block

Visit Fat Quarter Shop where you can read more about the anniversary and then download a FREE pattern that Lori has provided.

Be sure to also visit the following blogs that are also taking part in Lori Holt’s Farm Girl Vintage Anniversary.

Kerry from Very Kerry Berry

Vickie from Spun Sugar Quilts

Sedef from Down Grapevine Lane

Erin from Why Not Sew?

Kelly from Kelbysews

Pam from Pam Kitty Morning

Debbie from Happy Little Cottage

Greg from Grey Dogwood Studios

Renee from Sewn with Grace

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Sinta from Pink Pin Cushion

Lisa from In the Boondocks

Connie from Free Motion by the River

Dana from Old Red Barn Co.

Barb from Me & My Sister Designs

Melissa from Happy Quilting

Sharla from Thistle Thicket Studios

Kim from Persimon Dreams

Marni from Haberdashery Fun

Jacque from Lily Pad Quilting

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  1. This cake block is uber fun! I can see lots of occasions for creating this block. I would make the block and then sew it into a fabric tray. Then the tray could be filled with gifts for the recipient. Embracing Creative Bliss…

  2. I didn’t even take on the Farm Girl Vintage blocks, but now I want to! I love this cake in the batiks!

  3. Now I want to remake my Farm Girl Vintage and my Bloom quilts in batiks! Great blocks!!!

  4. Love the cake in those fabrics, Connie. It looks good enough to eat.