Sinta had a the wonderful idea to start a Block Of The Month Rehab group and I decided to join in! Working on neglected B.O.M. projects and posting progress reports on Mondays sounds like a great idea to me! I know I need the help and support of other quilt bloggers to get through my stack of B.O.M.'s.
While looking for one forgotten collection of B.O.M.'s, I ran across these bright blocks from a B.O.M. program at my LQS. Since these blocks say spring and summer to me a little more than the blocks I was looking for, I decided to start my quest to do some finishing here.
All of these blocks are finished, but if I remember correctly, I thought one of the blocks just didn't look like it fit in to me and for some reason I wasn't willing to change it. I think that was the problem that put a halt to my progress on this top. Can you guess which block it was? I'm pretty sure you know! I don't know why I had trouble getting rid of it and moving on. Maybe I just wanted to stick with the plan of that particular B.O.M. Well now, many years later I still don't like it and I don't think I'd ever like this quilt with that particular block in it. Do you agree? I think a visit to my stash and maybe to my LQS is in order to replace the offending block.
Here's the stack of B.O.M.'s that I originally had in mind for a Rehab project. I did eventually find them. I would have spread them out a little more for the picture, but I realized that I already had then labeled in order of where I wanted them placed in the quilt, and I'm not willing to mess that up!
I know this post doesn't show any progress on a particular block, but I'm happy with just locating a few long forgotten projects and starting a plan! To see lots of inspiring B.O.M. progress be sure to visit Sinta's blog soon!