My Favorite Things Bonus Post – You Asked For It!

My Favorite Things. a Block of the Month by Jennifer Ofenstein

Since posting the very first My Favorite Things Block on Friday, I have had many, many requests to see our goal quilt and to have fabric totals for background, etc.

 

The instructions for this layout (all four versions in both 12″ & 6″) will be posted in December after all blocks are released.

These layouts are entirely optional and you are in no way obligated to use this design to create your quilt. This is here for your convenience if you wish to choose fabric in advance.

Please note that this contains layout only (including block backgrounds, sashing, flying geese, additional solid blocks and cornerstones). You will need small amounts of additional fabric to create the items in each block.

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My Favorite Things BOM Quilt Layout 01 with sixteen blocks and two background fabrics

Quilt Layout for 12″ Blocks – Version 1

60″ x 72″ as shown

All sixteen blocks (12 BOM plus 4 Bonus Blocks) and two background fabrics.

  • 3 1/2 yards of background for blocks
  • 3 yards of background two (shown as white)
  • 1/2 yard for flying geese & cornerstones

Quilt Layout for 6″ Blocks – Version 1

30″ x 36″

  • 1 1/4 yards of background for blocks
  • 1 1/2 yards of background two (shown as white)
  • 1/4 yard for flying geese & cornerstones

 

My Favorite Things BOM Quilt Layout 02 with sixteen blocks and one background fabric

Quilt Layout for 12″ Blocks – Version 2

60″ x 72″ as shown

All sixteen blocks with one (12 BOM plus 4 Bonus Blocks) and one background fabric.

  • 6 1/2 yards of background for blocks
  • 1/2 yard for flying geese & cornerstones

Quilt Layout for 6″ Blocks – Version 2

30″ x 36″

  • 2 1/2 yards of background for blocks
  • 1/4 yard for flying geese & cornerstones

My Favorite Things BOM Quilt Layout 03 with twelve blocks and two background fabrics

Quilt Layout for 12″ Blocks – Version 3

60″ x 72″

Twelve BOM (no Bonus Blocks), two background fabrics and one solid (blue blocks).

  • 3 1/2 yards of background for blocks
  • 3 yards for background two (shown as white)
  • 1 yard for extra blocks (shown as blue)
  • 1/2 yard for flying geese & cornerstones

 

Quilt Layout for 6″ Blocks – Version 3

30″ x 36″

  • 1 yard of background for blocks
  • 1 1/4 yards for background two (shown as white)
  • 1/4 yard for extra blocks (shown as blue)
  • 1/4 yard for flying geese & cornerstones

 

My Favorite Things BOM Quilt Layout 04 with twelve blocks and one background fabric plus solid blocks

Quilt Layout for 12″ Blocks – Version 4

60″  x 72″

Twelve BOM (no Bonus Blocks) and one background fabric.

  • 6 1/2 yards of background for blocks (this includes the original 3 1/2 for the blocks)
  • 1 yard for extra blocks, flying geese & cornerstones

Quilt Layout for 6″ Blocks – Version 4

30″ x 36″

  • 2 yards of background for blocks (this includes the original 1 1/4 for the blocks)
  • 1/2 yard for extra blocks, flying geese & cornerstones

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Designed in EQ7. All designs Copyright Jennifer Ofenstein, sewhooked.com

NEED PAPER PIECING HELP? I have a page for that!

Every pattern for this BOM has been tested by both myself and Amber Lowery, friend and awesomesauce pattern tester!

January 2016 Flickr Prize for sewhooked.com

Want a chance to win a fun, free prize each month during 2016? It’s easy! Make today’s pattern (or any pattern designed by me) and share it with my flickr group. You’ll be entered to win for each photo you share! Winners to be announced on the first Friday of each month.

Want to sponsor a prize? Please drop me an email.

Join the Sewhooked Facebook Group for community, fun and support! This is absolutely optional and not required to participate in the BOM.

Until next time!

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I Want To Believe: An X-Files Quilt & Stitch Along coming 2016 on fandominstitches.com

First block posted today!

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4 thoughts on “My Favorite Things Bonus Post – You Asked For It!

  1. tom and dawn maples

    -you for this e-mail.  Paper piecing is my favorite kind of quilting!!  I’m so-oo ready to do these patterns!!  Dawn

    Reply

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