Sophie’s QAL Progress

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in block lotto community, my sampler | 4 comments

I cannot believe we’re almost half-way done … except for the putting it all together, deciding on a quilting design and quilting it, of course 😉

I learned from my mistake last month and pulled out everything I’ve done so far before choosing fabrics this month.  This time, I am second-guessing a choice I made in an earlier month and may still end up re-making blocks–I am reserving judgement for a couple more months to see what happens.

Here are the blocks for my Queen-size quilt.


And the Rainbow Scraps version, Throw-sized.


I meant to put the blocks on the wall in their relative position, but I’ve clearly flipped something around here … but you get the idea 🙂

Edited to add …

Mariella’s comment reminded me that I meant to include all the links for the monthly updates from the beginning for anyone who is thinking  about starting a Mod-Mod sampler of their own:

Introduction and January update: It’s a Mod-Mod Quilt-Along

February update – Mod-Mod Quilt-Along

 March update – Mod-Mod Quilt-Along

 April update – Mod-Mod Quilt-Along

It’s a Mod-Mod May Update



  1. Wonderful! I like them both but my favorite is the top one.

  2. Hi Sophie it is all looking Great…I am just totally crushing on the green Bars…Now I know, -When I get my son’s Green bars quilt done I know he will love it!…So far I have found 4 medium greens in different prints to work up. I’m also liking the changes you made in your first set. I feel this one is very cheerful and the other one more reserved but, still very nice.

  3. Sophie,

    These two are fabulous! I really like them equally as well. Oh and here’s what will be maybe an annoying question……where would one find the instructions or guidance for this project? I think I’d like to join in! Thanks in advance!

  4. I like them both, but really like the first one. Wish now I had made all of mine with white background. Looking good!

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