Sunday, July 11, 2010

Pennsylvania Dutch BOM Block 9



Pennsylvania Dutch BOM Block #9 is done! For once I didn't wait until the last minute. Gosh, this was the easiest block so far!

For those of you who are signed up for this BOM from the Fat Quarter Shop, Kimberly has once again generously donated a $25 gift certificate for this month's drawing.

To be entered, post a picture of your finished block on your blog and leave a comment here with a link back to your blog. If you don't have a blog, just email me a picture of your finished block to be entered in the drawing.

The drawing will be held Sat. 7/17/10 at about 7:00ish California time. As usual, if I'm late for some reason with the drawing, it probably means that I'm having fun, but the drawing will be held that night.

I'm really anxious to finish this BOM because I can't wait to put it together! I have an annual goal of making one patriotic quilt and one Christmas quilt each year. This quilt will meet one-half of my goal!

Good luck in the drawing!

And don't forget to head over to Not Quite June Cleaver to get entered in that drawing, and to read the wonderful interview with our Kimberly! And look for the coupon Kimberly is offering there as well!

5 comments:

Carol said...

What a great block!

Erika said...

Hi Vicky,

My block is done too. Nice block and easy too. Three more blocks to go.
:-)
http://quiltsnstuff.blogspot.com/2010/07/pennsylvania-dutch-bom.html

SGreen said...

Hi Vicky! Well, I finally did it and started my blog and this is my first post...figured I was running out of time before the drawing! So here is the link...I hope it works!

http://cowboyrose.wordpress.com/2010/07/17/pennsylvania-dutch-bom-month-9/

Thanks!
Suzanne

Simone de Klerk said...

Hi Vicki ~ I just finished my 9th block and blogged about it.
It would also be a nice block for a jelly roll quilt.
Have a lovely weekend!

Carol said...

Vicky, I just finished my block:
http://carolscraftblog.blogspot.com/2010/07/pennsylvania-dutch-block-for-july.html

Easy & Fun block to make.
Carol Lewis