Some Kind of Wonderful – BOM Rehab

I spent quite a bit of time working on the blocks for my Some Kind of Wonderful quilt last week and really enjoyed it. I picked blocks at random and managed to finish all of the blocks for the final column. I have 3 more 'on the go' that are almost finished which leaves me just 4 more left to make. It's looking promising that I will finish before my deadline – fingers crossed 🙂



I designed the windmill block myself (with a little help from a colouring page) to replace the chair block. I'm quite pleased with how it's turned out.

I'm currently putting some stitches into June's cottage – I've actually used the July cottage which had an Independence Day theme and I'm turning it into a Jubilee cottage for the Diamond Jubilee. I'll post an update on that later on in the week.


I'm linking up with Sinta's BOM rehab and also with Lynn's BOM's Away.

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9 Responses to Some Kind of Wonderful – BOM Rehab

  1. wendy says:

    It’s looking fabulous! I love your windmill block!

  2. Karen says:

    I was about to say the exact same as Wendy, lol! I adore the windmill xxx

  3. Billie K says:

    How cute is this!!! Wow! You are doing a wonderful job.

  4. Carole says:

    They are lovely. I actually like the Windmill one best, closely followed by the butterfly. You’re going great guns on this one!

  5. Marit says:

    Your blocks are adorable!

  6. Sherry says:

    I love these blocks. You did a great job on the windmill.

  7. Sinta says:

    I am drooling… these little blocks are so sweet! You make me want to join in on the Some Kind of Wonderful journey!

  8. Lynette says:

    Hi! I’m so glad you linked this up at BOMs Away – it really is wonderful, and I’d never seen this before. Going to have to look it up – like I need another quilt on my Wish List!! lol I love your substitute windmill. Very cool! If I do get into this SAL, would it be alright with you if I consider using your windmill?

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