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I am kicking off 2021 by participating in the Quilt Block Mania Blog Hop. This is my first time participating in this event and I am pretty excited about it.
What is the Quilt Block Mania Blog Hop?
Each month, a group of designers get together and create blocks around a specific theme and color palette. This month, there are 30 different designers participating. We then share the block patterns with you for FREE. It’s a great way to meet new designers, try different quilting techniques and have some fun along the way.
January – The Month of Romance
For January, the theme is Romance. The color palette includes several shades of pink plus light blue and cream. Here is a look at the colors.
The romance theme made me think of love birds and that developed into two owls on a tree branch. Did you know that pairs of male and female barn owls often mate for life. They also have elaborate courtship rituals such as courting flights, calls, and offerings of food. How romantic, right? Anyways, back to the quilt block.
My block is called Love Owl-Ways. This is an applique quilt block. Applique is a technique I’ve been wanting to write a pattern for and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to give it a whirl. Drawing the block was a bit of a learning curve but I am having fun trying to figure it all out. The male owl is in blue and the female owl is in pink. Of course, you could easily change up the colors to create your own look. I think this will be a fun block to play around with.
You can get the pattern for Love Owl-Ways for free. Download your copy today and have fun making this quilt block.
If you make my quilt block, or any of the other participating designers blocks, be sure to tag #QuiltBlockMania on social media so we can all see the fun blocks being made.
See All the Quilt Block Mania Patterns
There are so many great blocks for you to access. Here are links to all of the other participating designers.
I hope you have fun following along on this blog hop. Thanks for stopping by the studio and I hope to see you again.
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