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Thread: BOM 2013 clubs with Fabric: Anyone know of any????

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    Cool BOM 2013 clubs with Fabric: Anyone know of any????

    Hey all I am wanting to get involved with some BOM clubs where they send you the fabric and patterns. Since I still so new to quilting I have very little stash so looking for a club that I can pay and get the fabrics and pattern. Can anyone make any suggestions of BOMs out there to this guy quilter? Thank you so much for your help.
    Stefen B.
    "A guy quilter in a woman's world"

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    Check out MODA They are doing a CIVIL WAR QUILT with their material
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    Keepsake Quilting has several, including the Spring Bouquet, which I am doing through my local quilt store. It's applique.

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    Shabby Fabrics, Quilting by the Bay, Stitchin' Heaven to name a few. Just go to your web browser and key in Quilt BOM and several shops will come up and you can browse and find one you like. A lot start in Jan, but some start at other times of the year.

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    Fatquartershop.com has a beautiful one. My favorite is Homestead Hearth. Expensive but so lovely and well labeled. I get most of mine off ebay or garage/estate sales. That is the only reason I know the brands I mentioned.

    Stitchin Heaven in Texas has a great selection and is a large well known company.

    Local stores have their own BOM that might save you some money even if you have to use their shipping.

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    Hancock's of Paducah has a lot of quilt kits with fabric. Some are from block of the month clubs, except at this company they sell it all at once ... Which could be good or not.
    http://www.hancocks-paducah.com/Item...-m-108--Sort-3
    Lara B.
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    http://www.buzzinbumble.com/


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    JoAnns and Hancock Fabrics both have BOM kits you can buy monthly.....when blocks are done you purchase the backing and setting kits to match.

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    Doesn't BOM cost more than just buying pattern and fabric outright?
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