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Thread: 1 January 2010 Block of the Month, for January!!

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    Senior Member aberi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrspete
    Well I thought I sent the picture of my block today, but I can't find it. so I'm trying again.
    what a pretty colour combination Mrspete!! I'm so glad you tried it.. WE look forward to seeing your other blocks. Great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr mimi
    here is my block
    so bright and springy!!! love the colours.. glad to see you are trying the block of the month. CAnt' wait to see your February Block..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladybugnana
    Ouch, that wasn't as easy as I thought it was. But I do have it done and here it is. Wow!!!
    What a nice spring colour .Love the yellow combinations!! So glad you decided to do the BOM!
    Can't wait to see your February one!!!

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    Love the block and this will be my first BOM! It will give me something to look forward to each month and I plan to make 2-3 of each and make two gifts from two of them! Thank you to all who are helping to put these together. Sure brightens these snow bound days here!
    Debbie
    In NE OHIO getting hit with a 4th snowstorm this month!

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    I am looking for the right way to repair and wash a quilt that probably ages about the 1800s some where. My families.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnstrange
    I am looking for the right way to repair and wash a quilt that probably ages about the 1800s some where. My families.
    Good Morning, I just sent you a PM. Hopefully you can find your answer's soon. So glad that you asked.
    Happy Sewing Day,
    :D :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug
    Hi Everyone,
    I know most of you are waiting to see the new BOM pattern for January, so I won't keep you any longer!! It's called Sunflower. I picked this one hoping to brighten everyone's January days!!
    Have fun & don't forget to post your finished block so we can all see them.

    http://www.bluemountainquiltersguild.../Sunflower.pdf (due to recent changes at the referenced website, this link may not work for everyone)

    Sulabug..that is such a tempting block...I love those color and pattern choices....I have soooo many UFO's that I really shouldn't be doing this ...but like my friend Blue Bell I want to do EVERYTHING!!!!! but I might try

    Have Fun,
    Cheryl
    :D :D :D

    ************ Moderator's Note************
    I found the block elsewhere. The block is included in Maggie Malone's book, "5,500 Quilt Block Designs". It's #448, on page 40.

    Very basic instructions can be found at the Quilter's Newsletter website. Go to this page, scroll down a bit until you see the image, and click on the word "Sunflower".

    http://www.quiltersnewsletter.com/ar...tacular_Blocks

    they provide a piecing diagram along with both templates and rotary cutting dimensions. the rotary cutting are in small print, with diagrams, inside the templates.

    if you set page scaling to "none" before your print from adobe acrobat reader, the templates print at the correct size for a 12" block (12-1/2" unfinished).

    if you cannot open the instructions, it means you don't have a recent enough version of adobe acrobat reader installed on your computer. to solve that problem for free, just go to http://www.adobe.com and click on "get adobe reader". follow the extremely easy instructions for installation.

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    I love the colors and pattern. Am anxious to give it a try.
    Chip

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    I'm new and this looks like fun. I'm thinking January block is our 1st. even though its April???
    Barbara Lee

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    I think I read on this about a basting spray that didn't clogg up the needle. Does anyone remember what the name of it was. Thought I wrote it down but can't find it.
    Barbara Lee

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