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Hi Bakers! I am Lisa Jo Girodat of Neverlandstitches and I am back on here Moda Bake Shop to share another new quilt pattern.
I hope that everyone had as much fun during the Summer QAL, At the Seashore as the Bakeshop Chefs did. It’s sad that it is over but in case you are done and looking for that next project, I think I have a fun quick one for you. The individual blocks would also make a darling table runner or mini to hang on a wall.
It is officially time to say goodbye and see you next time!
Surprise! We have a bonus block for you today!
This is the last block of the quilt-along! We can’t believe the summer has flown by so quickly. We are ending with a classic block that’s just the right fit for a quilt made At the Seashore.
Welcome to AT THE SEASHORE. My name is Mary Andra Holmes, aka MahQuilter Designs. I am one of four sisters who design under Sisters Quilting Trunk.
I was born and raised on Long Island. Even though we now live in AZ, if I close my eyes, I can hear and smell the bays and the ocean. My favorite memories were the lighthouses, lighting the way, around the outskirts of the island. Keeping boaters safe from underwater rock formations and shorelines hidden by high tides was a must.
Welcome to the Pacific Coast! I am fortunate to live just a few miles from the coast in Southern California and after a long hot day, my family and I often pack a picnic and head to the beach for a few hours of rest and relaxation. We arrive just as the tourists are packing up, and nestle down in our beach chairs, shooing off the seagulls and watching the dolphins or seals swim in the water.
Our local beach is Point Dume in Malibu. It’s quiet (for a Southern California beach!) and has the most perfect spot to sit and watch the sun set just beyond the point into the Pacific Ocean. Its truly breathtaking!
Welcome back to the seashore! Living in the middle of the United States, I don’t get the chance to visit the seashore often, but when I do, you’ll find me relaxing on a lounge chair, under a beach umbrella, with a cute umbrella drink in hand. This bright-colored block was made with Orchard by April Rosenthal.
Hi fellow bakers! This is Mona Phelps from Kentucky Whittaker Creations. I’m so excited to be joining in the “At the Seashore” sew-along this summer! I’ll be honest… I’ve never been a huge “beach at the ocean” fan. However, when I was growing up, we spent a lot of time at Lake Cumberland in Kentucky. My family had a small cabin where we spent a few weeks each summer. We would play at the lake, skip rocks, water ski, and more. One thing we often wish we had with us was a big umbrella to give us a little break from the sun. This was the inspiration for my block “Breezy Beachy Umbrella.” I hope you enjoy making it!
After a day at the seashore, sometimes you need to just get out of the sun and spend some time under a nice, cool umbrella. That’s what I was imagining when I designed this block. It starts with the umbrella in the center, then a beach blanket, the sand, and finally the ocean. Maybe I should have called this block “My Own Private Island”, since we seem to be surrounded by the ocean! I hope that you find a little escape while constructing this block.
I’m using Ombre Confetti Metallics for most of this block and I love how it makes the “umbrella”, “sand”, and “ocean” sparkle! Continue reading