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    Junior Member bobbiesboutique's Avatar
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    New site I found very interesting

    Last night while looking for new quilting facebook pages to subscribe to I came upon a site called Pamsclub.com (A division of Pam Bono designs) At first I was turned off because it looked like a monthly membership type of program but all the blocks looked so beautiful and had a different feel to them so I wandered around a bit and found lots of free things for non members a block of the month with 18 rectangle blocks with 4 different colorways each, Mothers day mystery project, lots of free beautiful blocks with total instructions measurements and all free printable labels and stationary, even some tutorial videos,etc.I just thought I would share this info.

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    I've been a member of Pam's Club since it started. I have most all her quilt books which I think are out of print. The books are one of a kind. They don't publish quilt books like that anymore.
    Got fabric?

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    Oh great. thanks. I have two of her books but have yet to make a pattern. they look interesting.

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    I didnt know she had books I will have to try to find some.I love books

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    I will have to check this site out. Thanks

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    I have a pattern of hers with birds...I didn't realize they were 18 inch blocks when I bought it. Someday I will make that quilt...just too many other things just now.
    http://pamsclub.com/

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    interesting .. just put her into favs for quilting .. thanks for sharing ..
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    Thank you! I have a couple of her books!

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    I went to see her at Texas Association of Quilt Guilds in Mesquite, TX last year. She was the featured speaker and brought her husband along to help. She showed some of the most beautiful quilts and I just had to buy one of her books to do a quilt I fell in love with called "Pieces of Baltimore". I probably never would have started if I had known some of the blocks have from 147 to 500 pieces to an 18" block! However, I finished the first one of 147 pieces and was hooked!!! They are beautiful blocks, easy to piece, easy cut out, etc. It's like putting a puzzle together a section at a time. I have since bought another one of her books - would love to have them all. When I am finished I will post a picture.

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    I am also a member of Pam's club and look forward to her newsletters. The free patterns are well worth the cost of the membership. I'm saving all these patterns for when I retire.

    Also appreciate this forum's intro to other talented quilt designers, like J. Michelle Watts. Are there others out there that you can suggest??

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