Moda Block Heads…Block 25


I had just enough time to make only one block last night before bed….This is block 25-Oshkosh Star, shown with the other blocks I have yet to complete… Here is the link to print BlOCK 25IMG_5373I have to aplogize for not getting Corey’s block done…Click HERE to visit her blog and see the block  26, for this week….maybe I will wake up extra early today and I’ll have time to whip it up before the crew comes back to my house for day 3 of a photo shoot for my next book…IMG_5382There is magic in this gear…the Martingale crew makes everything look amazing…I have finished my summer project stitching way into the morning yesterday…I need to “celebrate” there is a lot of stitching in this beauty…now I will be able to catch up on my Moda blocks and everything else!!!! IMG_5379 This is Twighlight Star…soon to be a BOM!!!!

I hope you all have a great day…make sure you stitch on something today…even if its for 15 min!  I will chat with you soon about all the market stuff we are working on and much much more….LB

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I live on a lake in beautiful Butte Des Morts, WI. I have three sons: Lance (forever 29), Luke 33, Jake 32, and two grand-babies, Little Man and O-Bug. I've been married to the love of my life Nick, since 1998 when we started our crazy adventure together! I am a quilter, rugger, and gardener. I also love to cook when I get the chance. Thanks for visiting and supporting Primitive Gathering Quilt Shop where I try to bring you the best Moda fabrics and wool projects anywhere!

16 thoughts on “Moda Block Heads…Block 25

  1. Wow your new quilt is fabulous. I may be able to stitch for a while when Hurricane Michael takes out the power I can catch up on my wool applique. Have fun with the photo shoot.

  2. I love all your patterns and beautiful quilts. I am working on Words to Live By and am really enjoying it. Twilight Star is beautiful, is that a dark blue background or black?

  3. Good morning Lisa, I love your table display. Your Twilight Star wool quilt is beautiful. I definitely want to do this block of month. I hope your family is doing well.
    Are you coming to the Mancusco show in Hampton Va. in February 2019. I’ll be
    Shopping at your booth.

  4. I’ve never been interested in BOMs: your posting of Twilight Star has changed that, and I totally look forward to it!

  5. I do love your intricate 6″ blocks! Challenging, but so pretty when done! Hope your family is doing well.

  6. There is more than MAGIC in THAT quilt!!! I sure hope some wonderful shopowner is selling ready made little bitty circles of wool with this BOM. 😳. And a wand……it is amazing.

  7. Hi Lisa, I ordered the Lily & Chickadee 2018 Wooly Block. I bought the pattern and kit. It was not up to your usual standards. There was no mention of the size of the stems. I was lucky that I figured out how to layout the leaves, etc. so I could cut enough stems from the green wool provided. Also no mention of cutting out a small circle for birds eye minor issue. The other important issue was the bird. The pattern show the birds body as one shape when actually it should have been two patterns since part was white and part was the mill dyed black for the tail. I do love the pattern and was able to fuse to my liking. I just thought you should take a look because I am sure others will love the pattern as well and since it came Primitive Gatherings. Hope all is well with you and your loved ones. All the best. Irene

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