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  1. Krisb's Avatar
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    Go to "Home", then to the Block of the Month section.
  2. Joycoy's Avatar
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    Thanks so much...now - what is a BOMs? How do I find that? I am REALLY new at this board but like it very much!!
  3. cherylmae's Avatar
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    Hi, that is this years BOM at the 1st of each month by Sulabug. Go into BOMs and you can find all of them, each month.
  4. Joycoy's Avatar
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    Well, that makes good sense. Thank you so much! Merry Christmas and happy quilting.....
  5. janjer's Avatar
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    my LQS will figure these changes for me if i take information to them and if i am purchasing fabric from them. i don't know how to use their calculators but they do.

    if i have to figure on my own this is kind of what i do:

    the 80 1/2 is 28 1/2 inches bigger than the wall hanging. (80 1/2 - 52= 28 1/2
    that is a little more that 1/2 the hanging size. so i figure i need enough additional fabric to make another half of the wall hanging
    so i would add another half to the amount called for in your pattern.
    example: red calls for 7/8 yd, so i would buy no less than 1 1/2 yard.
    that is 7/8 (round to 1 yard divide by 1/2 = 1/2 so 7/8 + 1/2 is 1 3/8 -----
    the cream calls for 1 1/8 (Round the 1/8 to 1/2) , half of that is 3/4 yard
    so i would purchase 1 1/8 + 3/4 = 1 7/8 yard (2 yards).
    i hope this makes sense.
    (i always round up to the nearest 1/2 yard when i buy)
    Updated 12-14-2011 at 09:09 AM by janjer

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