BOM/BOTY Patterns (2018-2019)

 Here you will find the links to the patterns for each month of the Block of the Month program, and the Block of the Year Program pattern.

Block of the Month

Month                            Block Name                   Technique                     Due Date:
September Pattern                 !!!!!                        Standard Piecing           Sept 24 Meeting

October Pattern 
(Skulls Template )            Sugar Skulls                  Raw Edge Applique      Oct 22 Meeting

November Pattern            Economy Block            Fussy Cutting and Scale    Nov 26 Meeting

Canadian MQG BOM    Wedges as Typography   Wedges                            Nov 26 Meeting

January Pattern               LOVE block              Typography &  Piecing      Jan 28th Meeting

February                      Raspberry Kisses          Piecing & Alternative blocks   Feb 25th  Meeting

March                            Confetti Block        Slice and Insert & Small Piecing   March 25th Meeting

April  Instructions           Perk Up!                   Reverse Applique                 April 29th Meeting

(Coffee/Tea Icons Download)

May Parameters            Grow a Garden           Improv Piecing                   May 29th Meeting

June                               Scrappy Geese       Flying Geese No waste         June Meeting

Block of the Year

The Block of the Year is "The Squircle"
 The Squircle is an imperfect circle, or if a circle and a square had a baby.... 
These irregular circles are a modern shape.  They are seen in a lot of modern art works. They are a step away from traditional perfect piecing of a shape, and it embraces the irregularity of each maker.  Squircles were first introduced or inspired by Carolyn Friedlander’s’ aerial grove quilt from her book Savor Each Stitch.

Download the Squircle Pattern and Block Requirements Here

Find a Problem? - These patterns were made by an imperfect person, yes we did have people look it over, but you are much smarter than those people!  Please remember that this was made by a volunteer  and a fellow guild member.  Contact if you believe there is an error, and we will try and fix it and let everyone else know.  But  remember #Pleasebekind