Good Morning Quilt Block Mania Fans! Welcome to this months post for the Rainy Day Quilt Block.
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. 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.
Rain, Rain, Rain
I don’t know about you but I love a good rain. Things are starting to green up a bit in Wisconsin and before you know it, April showers will bring May flowers. I can’t wait. If you haven’t guessed it, the theme for the April Quilt Block Mania hop is rain. This month, the colors are tonal blues and greens. It really captures the feeling of an overcast day. You can find this color palette and more at Design Seeds. It’s a great resource for color inspiration.
Rainy Day Quilt Block
I wanted to incorporate an umbrella and rain drops in to my block. I also wanted to keep things sparse, as I thought this would be a good block to try painting with thread. Maybe some rain lines to the individual rain drops and some additional drawn in rain drops. As life is, I wasn’t able to finish the block before this post so you will have to come back later to see the finished block. I am hoping it turns out as I see it in my mind.
You can get the pattern for Rainy Day for free. Download your copy today and have fun making this quilt block.
If you make my Rainy Day quilt block, or any of the other participating designer blocks, be sure to tag #QuiltBlockMania on social media so we can all see the fun blocks being made.
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I hope you have fun following along on this blog hop. I am having so much fun making these applique blocks and sharing them with you. I’d love to see your version of Rainy Day so please share if you make it. Thanks for stopping by the studio. I look forward to you stopping by again for more quilting inspiration and updates from Studio R Quilts.
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