Cinnamon September Monthly Color Block

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10 Responses

  1. Great job on the block! The months are flying by.

  2. Your blocks look great, Roseanne! Once finished this will be a beautiful quilt — I love all the block choices and colors ♥♥

  3. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    I love all your blocks together and still loving this fabric!! Great job!!

  4. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Such a lovely combination of colors/fabrics that went together wonderfully for this nifty(meaning I like it) block. I remember considering doing this BOM and think I even started it, then reconsidered and decided to work on UFO’s this year. I have not made a big dent, but at least I have made a dent. LOL. Your quilt is going to be spectacular when it is totally complete! Thank you for continuing to share your progress and inspiring me to continue working on UFO’s by just seeing all of the fabulous quilts you are always completing! Have a spectacular day!!

  5. Roseanne, I really look forward to seeing your blocks each month! They never disappoint me! This quilt is going to be pretty awesome!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  6. Rochelle says:

    MMMMM! I love cinnamon and the cooler weather makes me think of baking. Sometimes when I walk, I hear the geese honking as they fly overhead (on to the next golf course). I love the colors you chose and I love the way your quilt is looking. Only three more blocks for 2020! I’d say where did time go but really, we’ve all had enough of 2020.

  7. Again lovely block and how I love seeing them together each month!

  8. chrisknits says:

    I love Flying Geese!!! And that’s a neat version I’ve never seen used before.

  9. You have all your (cinnamon teal) ducks in a row 🙂 Your blocks are looking really pretty – this is going to be an amazing quilt!

  10. Your blocks are looking really good, Roseanne! I need to put the September block on my to-do list this week!

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