I Wish You A Merry Quilt Along Block Six Plus Prizes

I Wish You A Merry Quilt Along Block Six Plus Prizes

I Wish You A Merry Quilt Along Block Six Plus Prizes

Don’t forget, besides the prizes you can win each week, there is also a big prize for everyone who posts a finished quilt at the end.

Here are some of the sponsors for the BIG prize that you can win at the end of the quilt along.

And now for block 6.

This block is designed by Sandra Healy http://www.sandrahealydesigns.com/shop/.

Fabric selection for this block.

I chose a delicate colors for this block.

Here is my version of the block

Quilting the block

I started by stitching in the ditch around all the squares.

Then change to a applique stitch on the machine, you can also use a satin stitch or hand applique your block.

And stitched all the way around the stars and the angel.

I Wish You A Merry Quilt Along Block Six Plus Prizes

The Hosts for the Quilt Along

Please go and have a look at all the hosts posts today. Each of the host will be making all the blocks throughout the Quilt Along and will be providing tips and hints to help you along they way. Plus they will help answer any questions you may have. And it will be awesome to see all the different fabric that is being used by every host, to help you make a decision for your own.

Abbie at Sparkle On

April at JANDA Bend Quilts

Becca at Pretty Piney

Bobbi at Snowy Days Quilting

Karen at Tuna Quilts

Now for the prizes for submitting block 5!

Post your links in the next 2 weeks to be able to wind these prizes. A new set of prizes will be up for grabs for each block being released. The link to Island Batik is here.

Add your link on Sandra Healy’s blog at http://www.sandrahealydesigns.com/shop/. If you don’t have a blog, you can still enter the giveaway by posting you block on Instagram with the #iwishyouamerryqal and in the Facebook group – I Wish You a Merry Quilt Along with the #iwishyouamerryqal. I can’t wait to see everybody’s blocks.

Miss a block!

Don’t worry, here they are;

Block 1: direct link to the block 1 post, that has the download link

Block 2: https://www.jandabendquilts.com/home/i-wish-you-a-merry-qal-block-2-christmas-tree-farm

Block 3: http://www.sliceofpiquilts.com/2017/08/i-wish-you-merry-qal-block-3-tutorial.html

Block 4: http://www.inquiringquilter.com/questions/2017/8/27/i-wish-you-a-merry-qal-block-4

Block 5: https://poweredbyquilting.com/2017/09/11/i-wish-you-a-merry-qal-block-5/

LLAP

Vanda Chittenden

19 Comments


  1. Cute block! And I agree–the skin tone fabric is perfect.

  2. The skin tone is perfect. Can you tell me what it is or who it’s by? Great looking angel. It’s fun to see everyone’s creativity come out not only with the hosts but on facebook as well.

    1. Author

      Well, I will be honest and say, I have no clue. The skin tone fabric I got from an old bed sheet. I just can’t throw anything away, so I normally salvage what I can out of old clothes and bed linen. The old bed sheet was from old linen from my granny. I took all her sheets and added it to my stash when she passed away.

      I actually have several shades of “skin” tones from old bed sheets that I keep for blocks like this. And to be honest, I have been looking around for solid fabric like this in the fabric stores, but have not been able to find anything. So this bit of special stash I have is precious.

    1. Author

      I mentioned to Tuna quilts in a comment above, that the skin tone fabric is actually really old sheeting that I salvaged from my granny after she passed away. I have found it really difficult to find skin tones in the shops.

  3. The pink dress is adorable! And I love all the different prints you’ve used. So cute!


  4. Love your pink and purple version, and that little patchwork block. Halfway through and they are all looking great.

  5. I cannot find the link for this block. Help please

  6. That Michael Miller pink is perfect for an angel’s dress! Beautiful block! I enjoyed seeing your quilting on it, too.

  7. Cute angel! I’m really enjoying this quilt along and have been keeping up. It’s been a lot of fun. Thank you all for sharing.



  8. Like your fairy a lot. Only needs glitter. I can not find the new pattern, it is not on Sandra’s site yet. Good for you being so prompt and ready. I wish I was still like that. Seems once the children left and I left work the “lazies” moved in 🙂 Enjoying the blocks!–Robin

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