Woooooohoo, it is officially fall! Okay, it’s just September 2nd, but whatever. It’s the last four months of the year and it is FALL SEASON. And we are kicking it off with a lovely corn on the cob!
(Photo by Lori Barbely / LoriBarbely.com)
You can go two ways with this one. Well, you can go infinite ways. I’m not going to judge you if you want to make pink corn. And I suppose blue corn chips must come from blue corn? But anyway - traditional yellow corn or ornamental Indian corn with all the fall oranges and browns. Or pink corn. Go for it.
Get the printer-friendly instructions here! The block will be free for a month until the next one posts - but don’t be too upset if you miss one. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Hopatong Community Garden, so you’ll be helping a great cause run by one of my good friends.
If you’re joining me in these blocks, please use #veggiepatchquilt on Instagram or comment here so I can find your blog!
And so… Did anyone else work on (or start) a BOM? Or a project broken into more manageable monthly pieces? Or a few blocks for someone else’s charity project? Link up here or at What a Hoot!