Farm Girl Fridays Week Six with Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Farm Girl Fridays Week Six with Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet

Happy #farmgirlfridays ! We can’t believe it’s already week 6 of this fun sew along and we want to thank all of you for the amazing response for Lori’s third book, Farm Girl Vintage.

We channeled our inner farm girl and paid a quick visit to the local farm!

This week, we’re sewing up the Corn and Tomatoes block…

And Country Crossroads…

Here are our blocks so far. Aren’t they just adorable?

Since we’ve been sewing all week, we needed something to help us keep track of what page of the book we are on. So we took a trip down memory lane to visit Lori’s Fabric Bookmark tutorial and whipped up three book marks for Kimberly and our FQS Staff. We modified our bookmarks by sewing up our scraps and mini charms and made them 10″ instead of 7″ long. 

It’s not too late to join #farmgirlfridays. All you need to do is pick up a copy of Farm Girl Vintage, some Alphabitties, and scrappy fabrics of your choice or Lori’s Farm Girl Vintage Fat Quarter Bundle which comprises of fabrics she personally selected to go with the book (This bundle is a limited edition product, so get it while it’s here!)

For more details and schedule of #farmgirlfridays, visit our blog page here. Thank you so much everyone! 


  1. The Corn and Tomatoes block got me! I sewed all the flip corners on the same corner and had to re-cut, BOO Hoo…

  2. Looking good! I must have missed where you mentioned the fabric lines each of you are using. I recognize them, but can't place them… Other than modern minis, what are the other two? I already bought then MM so I'm set there????

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