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Hi Everyone and Happy Blockheads day!  Today is my block, Be My Neighbor. 


This block was inspired by my love of Mr. Rogers.  Being raised on a farm, I never experienced the neighborhood life like most.  When I watched Mr. Rogers as a child,  I loved the beginning when they would pan over the miniature town.  All the homes lined up in different colors.  I just thought it was so amazing.  


I created this block with a dark periwinkle background with bright colors for the little homes so that they pop.  I wanted it to be clean and modern so it is a very simple block and fun and easy to make.  I hope you enjoy making it and adding it to your Blockhead collection.  You can download the block HERE.    

Also check out how all the the other blockhead designers created their block.



I know it's so hard to think about Halloween as we are deep in the spring season BUT my Halloween collection, Ghouls and Goodies will be in store starting July.  I am so excited to be a part of the Moda series At Home With Moda were I made a video introducing this collection and all the fun products that go with it from my home.  Use this link to see the video and all the fun quilts and product in this collection HERE.  Here are photos of the quilts shared on the video, Spooky Sampler and Creepy Crawly.  Both quilt patterns will be in stores July as well!

Wishing you a great day!

The Quilts

THE QUILTS :: Today is the final product, the quilts.  Introducing in order of picture, Baa Baa Baby Sheep, And On The Farm, America O’ America, Country Wave and Country Charm.  Make sure to go to my blog to see the quilts in more detail.


I hope you have enjoyed seeing how On the Farm came to life.  This was such a fun collection to design and it will always remind me of my trip to The Netherlands.

Have a wonderful weekend!



INSPIRATION :: Although this collection feels very Americana, it actually was inspired by my trip to Europe last summer.  While in Amsterdam, we visited a small farm with huge windmills about 20 minutes outside the city limits.  It had all the iconic farm animals as well as some amazing windmills.  The farm was so charming.  It's ironic that I was raised on a farm and I had to go across the world to be inspired.  I guess that’s how design works, you never know when or where inspiration will bite.

To order this collection wholesale click HERE