Welcome Farm Girl Vintage 2 Quilters and Fans! Fat Quarter Shop has allowed me to participate in this amazing quilt along. I absolutely adore Lori Holt's designs and had preordered FGV2 as soon as it was announced. My favorite quilts to make are scrappy--the scrappier the better, so all of my Lori Holt Quilts are just made from my scrap bins with Kona white as my background (I buy it by the bolt). I volunteered to make blocks 21-30 to share with you.
These are the blocks that I made in the 12 inch versions of.
This is my Happy Horse Block. It is actually hanging on my pasture fence. Our pasture has never had any animals in it while we have lived here, but it is our dog's private dog park and they love to run it.
This is my Honey Bee Block and I am very tempted to make the Beekeeper's Garden Quilt on page 136 because I have a good friend who is a beekeeper and I am sure she would love it!
I used one of the fabrics from my Bonnie & Camille stash for my Mama's Apron Block.
My Milk Cow Block is made with some fun black and white gingham from my stash. To me gingham is farm girl fabric through and through.
More gingham, but on point for my Mixing It Up Block.
And my last 12 inch block, Mr. Scarecrow.
These four blocks I made in six inch versions.
This is my Maple Leaf Block and my Little Acorn Block
and my Lazy Daisy Block and Mama's Applique Block. I need to go back and add my embroidery details, but I love how scrappy and darling these blocks come out!
I know it is overwhelming to make the large quilt, but you could make some blocks and easily turn them into a cute door banner like this one I created with six inch versions of the Autumn Pumpkin Block, the Curious Crow Block, the Maple Leaf Block, and the Little Acorn Block and a 12 inch version of the Mr. Scarecrow Block along with some appliquéd letters and a border.
Thanks for stopping by there is a link at the top of my blog on the right side sidebar for information about this quilt along!