Love Is In the Spotlight with Row 10 of In My Neighborhood

Inside: Row 10 of the In My Neighborhood Quilt Along

What do you love?  Your significant other or kids? Your dog, cat or fish? Chocolate?

Did you include yourself on that list? After all, we need to take care of ourselves if we want to take care of others! One way to take care of ourselves is doing something we love. Like quilting!

The latest row for In My Neighborhood is Love At Home by Sandra Starley.

Love At Home Row/ In My Neighborhood quilt-along

Love At Home row for In My Neighborhood by Sandra Starley.

And here is a close-up of the adorable fabric Sandra used.

Love At Home row/In My Neighborhood quilt-along

Close up of Love At Home row for In My Neighborhood by Sandra Starley.

I really enjoyed the foundation piecing in this row! I had to review my paper piecing techniques, though, because it had been so long since I had done any paper piecing! Here’s a great, downloadable tutorial for foundation piecing from Martingale & Co., if you need a little refresher.

Here’s my row, which I made vertically, just like the pattern. (You’ll probably want some vertical rows for setting at the end of the quilt-along.) However, if you want a horizontal row, just make 2 additional heart blocks and then the finished size will be 8” x 48”.

Love At Home row/In My Neighborhood quilt-along

Love At Home row for In My Neighborhood designed by Sandra Starley, made by Cheryl Brown.

Here is more about Sandra:

Sandra Starley is a nationally certified quilt appraiser, historian, lecturer, designer, and instructor. She maintains an extensive collection of both antique quilts (early, unusual and masterpieces) and research materials and is active in the American Quilt Study Group and the Quilt Alliance.

She presents trunk shows on quilt history/dating and antique quilts as material culture.  She enjoys reproducing quilts from her collection, especially in small scale.  She has won national awards for both her antique reproductions and has been part of several traveling exhibits and has quilts featured in national quilt magazines and several historical quilt books. For more information, visit

Download the pattern and give yourself a little love with this row!





  1. Sobana Sundar October 29, 2017
  2. Cheryl October 30, 2017

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