modern sampler quilt along: block J link-up

Modern Sampler Quilt Along with Salty Oat

The Modern Sampler Quilt Along is an informal and virtual quilt along where we make a block from Yoshiko Jinzenji's Modern Sampler Quilt pattern each month. You can follow the hashtag #modernsamplerquiltalong on Instagram to get a peek at everyone's blocks, fabrics, and progress, as we work our way through the pattern together. All are welcome to join the quilt along at any point! On the last Tuesday of each month, we gather here to share the blocks we've made; this month we worked on Block J from the pattern. 

 Modern Sampler Quilt Along with Salty Oat

Good morning, all! I can't believe how close we're getting to the end of the quilt along! Just two more blocks after this month, and then we can start putting our tops together (which I can't wait to do!). 

Modern Sampler Quilt Along with Salty Oat 

I found this month's block to be pretty straightforward. I sewed two sets of strips together, cut them into four pieces each, and then sewed them back together in the arrangement suggested by the pattern. I think the resulting block is quite pretty!

Now let's see your blocks!

HOW TO LINK UP
1. Click the "Add your link" button below, and link to a blog post or Instagram photo of your Block J. In the "Link Title" field, enter your blog name or Instagram handle.

2. If you're linking to a blog post, please link back to this post somewhere in your post. If you're linking to an Instagram photo, be sure to tag your photo with the hashtag #modernsamplerquiltalong.

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Comment on this post (2 comments)

  • Susan Jonsson says...

    I haven’t even started yet, except to buy the pattern and check out the beautiful translations that others are doing. I have to say that your block J is my favorite so far of all the blocks. Esp. like the opposing black shapes in your composition. I too like your namesake fabric! Thanks for the inspiration…..
    Susan

    June 29, 2016

  • Debbie says...

    yeah, this block was a breeze! Yours looks great, especially with your Salty Oat fabric in there!

    June 28, 2016

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