Thursday, February 28, 2013

The Quilty Barn Along Tutorial!...






YaY!
Thanks so much to everyone who participated in my Quilty Barn Along.



It has now been a few years and this pattern along with LOTS of others are in my book called

I left the photos here on this post as a visual for those who
are doing my new Sew Along called
Farm Girl Fridays.

Hope you join us!
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52 comments:

Cynthia said...

What a great tutorial! I'm so excited to quilt along and raise my barn.....but I have a couple of blessing outfits to create first :)

Lluisa Munoz said...

Looks lovely.... I wish I could do it, it's something that more soon or more late I will do :)

Lluisa x

Cathy said...

Oh, Love it...I have just the quilt I would like to raise a few barns on the back off...thank you, your ideas are wonderful!!

FabricFascination said...

This is adorable!

Carol Stearns said...

A BIG THANK YOU! I love this block and can't wait to see the others!

Tammy said...

Super cute

Linda said...

Oh Lori, Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful talent. I love this adorable barn block. I haven't decided how I'm going to use it yet, but maybe a cute pillow to start off with something simple. Have a wonderful day.
Love,
GrannyB

karen said...

What a great idea! No need to go on a barn tour--the barns will come to you.

Trudie said...

I love this. I joined the flickr group. :)

Connie said...

This is really cute! Thanks for sharing!

Densews said...

Love this block. The text print for the roof looks so good.

Debs @ Plainstitch said...

Oh I adore the barns! Do you remember a couple of years ago everyone was making those little free pieced house quilts? I was only just thinking how much loved making mine, here: (http://plainstitch.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/the-house-quilt.html), but I have a few Farmers Wife blocks left over - perfect serendipity of ideas for me! Thankyou!!

Debs @ Plainstitch said...

Oh I love the barns! Do you remember when everyone wasmaking those little house quilts all over blogland? I was just looking at mine and thinking what fun it was, here: http://plainstitch.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/the-house-quilt.html
I have a few farmers wife blocks left over looking for a home - your idea is perfect serendipity for me - thankyou!

robin said...

Since I'm a pretty new quilter and yet to have a real stash, would you be so kind as to post an estimation of fabric yardage needed to make a large lap size barn quilt? (or the 12 blocks you will be making).

Cherilyn said...

Love love love it!!! Thank you for the tutorial! I can't wait to get started!!

Wendi said...

I love this thank you so much!

Joan said...

Thank you for sharing this great tutorial. Love it! Another project to add to my to do list.

Grandmasewnsew said...

I love this and can't wait to get started but have one more row to go in the row along! Is the row along finished? Did I miss some posts or are you doing two at once... no, no one would have two going at once...? Would they? :)

Ramona said...

I'm still catching up with your wonderful row-a-long, but your barns have me hooked. What a perfect compliment to the farm girl quilt too.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

The barn is so cute!! I can't wait until I can start quilting again.

krislovesfabric said...

I've been wanting to do this with a neighborhood but how fun to do barns, I joined and look forward to it :) Are there going to be different barn structures or just different barn quilt blocks?

Needled Mom said...

Great tutorial...thank you.

Kimberly said...

Eek so adorable!

Sharon said...

So cute. I'm getting started this afternoon. Love it!

Julianne said...

Yay! They are so cute and I am so excited! Thanks Lori!

Cotton Blossom said...

I just love you and your blog and all your excitement!!!!! I can't wait to pick out some barn fabric from my stash. Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful ways you really are an inspiration!

Sharon said...

I love barns and yours is awesome, thank you for sharing!

trish said...

Love love love your tuturial!!! :o)
I posted my first barn block just now.
Thank you so much!!
Trish xo

Nanette Merrill said...

Hmm. So I could do this to all my blocks with farmer's wife and then put them together and not feel badly I didn't make them all? I promised myself no new projects but you make a good case....

Kim with a K said...

Adorable!!!
These are the cutest little blocks ... ever!
They remind me of outdoor quilt shows in the country!
Can't wait to make a few!
Thanks for another great tutorial!

Angie said...

This is just the cutest thing EVER---thank you bushels for the tutorial and barn along. :P

Rosa said...

Many things on the go but I would love to try this block.It`s just fabulous.Thanks for the tutorial!!

pinsandgiggles said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial. Will it be necessary to join the flickr group to get the rest of your tutorials or will you be posting them on your blog? Thanks again!

jodi@Pleasant-Home said...

Absolutely Adorable! WISH I had time to join in. I might try... This is so cute!

Toye said...

This is so perfect for my project I am currently working on!!!! Thanks soooo much!!!!

desertskyquilts said...

Even if I don't make all of them, I'm going to have to make SOME, because it's too wonderful! I love the fabric you used for the roof.

Nancy in IN said...

Fun. I'm just finishing Easter dresses and can use the scraps. Of course I will need to do 4. good tute

foffmom said...

You have some awfully talented bees in the bonnet! This is the cutest most original block I have seen in a while! thanks for sharing

MandaBurms said...

SWOON - Can one ever have just too many things to do? I'm in hope to get barn raising real soon.
Love Leanne NZ

Joyful Mom said...

I've been sorting through red fabrics for an hour to find the perfect barn prints :) When the quilt is finshed will it matter which way the barns face? The view of the barn from my childhood bedroom window was facing right (like your Farmer's Wife quilt back), but the tutorial gives directions for facing left. I think I would prefer the right if it won't look odd in the overall design. Thanks for sharing your inspiration!

Annalisa said...

Love this. Thank you for sharing it with us. Just finished my barn and will post tomorrow.

Colette LeFever said...

Thanks for such a wonderful tutorial. I love how my FW block went together using your tutorial, and the Barn was even easier. Thank you so much again! You Rock!

jabeybaby said...

Oh my, I am in love! I can't wait to get started on one of these! Thanks for sharing!

Missy Shay said...

I have a question, will all of the barns be different? I was just wondering if I could extra pieces of the background fabric? Thanks!

Cecelia said...

This is my first time doing this, can someone tell me how much fabric I need? I can't wait to make this, I'm a farmer's girl also!

Rae Ann said...

So fabulous Lori... just like you! I can't wait to get started:)

dee123 said...

Lori,

I had so much fun making my barn today! What a great way to spend a relaxing afternoon. I cannot wait to work on the next one! This is a great way for me to learn new techniques. Have a great week. Dee

Billy'sgirl said...

Found this awesome tutorial today!SO CUTE!
Can't wait to get started!
Have to quickly finish what I'm working on.

Miss Butterfly said...

Thank you !!!Just perfect !!! I'm sure making one to sign my FW quilt !

Pink Ribbon Quilts said...

Hi Lori! I love this quilt along! I can't wait to get started! I am a farmer and would love to see, if it's possible, a round barn (I am infatuated with round barns), maybe a hay wagon and a combine? Just throwing out some ideas. :) Thanks again!
Stephanie

Lutka And Co. said...

Hi Lori!
I just joined your Quilty Barn Along. Thank you sooo much for the tutorials - they are so fun to make up! :)
Linda

Connie said...

This quilt actually excites me. I am looking into purchasing a small barn to turn into my Art & Quilting Studio and this square would make the perfect banner to hang on my door. You are so clever and talented. Thank you for your inspiration :)
Connie :)

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