Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Sewcial Bee Sampler Sew-Along: Block 16!

SBS Block 16 King's Crown

It's Wednesday, which means it's time for another block release of the Sewcial Bee Sampler sew-along!

Sharon Holland and I are co-hosting this community sew-along now through early August and as usual, I like to begin each Wednesday by reminding folks just learning about the bee that it's never too late to jump in! We continue to have new participants joining us each week, the blocks typically take about an hour to male, so feel free to join us and play catch-up at anytime! I also love to continue to encourage all who join us to keep posting to Instagram with #SewcialBeeSampler tagging both @sharonhollanddesigns and myself @maureencracknell when you post anything SBS so we can all see and easily keep track of all your wonderful bee block posts. We'll continue to try our very best to visit with all who join the sew along. Thank you so much for making this so much fun!

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Today's free download is for block #16: King's Crown. This morning both Sharon and I posting a little early since we're both currently on our way to St. Louis for International Quilt Market and we had to write our  posts a little early. I'll be sure to add this new pattern to my Sewcial Bee Sampler Page with the previous week's patterns, so you can easily find everything you need right in one place! Simply click on the link or the image below to be directed to this week's new SBS pattern!

Week 16 SBS Block: King's Crown!

For my version of this week's King's Crown block, I used three Nightfall prints -- Bird of Night Mist, Luminaries Silver, and Moon Stories Spark with What Awaits Profoundly from Fleet & Flourish, framed in AGF's Soft Sand Linen. I think this is my favorite combination of fabrics that I have used for an SBS block so far! I love the purple and have been on such a purple kick these last couple of weeks sewing with my next collection, Soulful, as I prepare for Spring Quilt Market. 

King's Crown Block & Fabrics

This is the second block I have made with a fussy cut owl and I LOVE it! My owls are a little too tall to include the complete owl in the center of the block, but I don't mind at all. I think it still looks perfectly cute and has me convinced that I really need to make another quilt full of owl quilt blocks, they're so much fun!

King's Crown in Nightfall + Fleet & Flourish

I can't wait to see all of the King's Crown blocks you'll make this week! Be sure to visit Sharon's blog today to see her beautiful versions, and to stop back for details on how to enter this week's special Sewcial Bee Giveaway Friday with our wonderful sponsor Aurifil!

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Happy SBS sewing, friends!  ♡ Maureen   

10 comments:

  1. oh my this block is so wonderful with the owl and the other fabrics you paired with it.

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  2. DONE! AHAHAHAHA! Who needs sleep?!

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  3. Love the style of this block so much, and of course the fabrics are fantastic!

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  4. This blog is so nice to me. I will continue to come here again and again

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  5. This post is really fantastic! Thanks for all the effort that you do to make this blog succeed.

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  6. These nightfall prints are stupendous with the owl imprinted on them. The idea of fabrics is always a great one. Wonderful blog, I mean “block” and keep sharing the love Maureen!

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