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I have three pieced quilt patterns I bought last year that are time consuming I will break up into twelve BOM's. I haven't found one on line that I am interested in doing, so this will work for me. I also have two bom's printed out from bunny hill that I haven't made and want to do as well. The snowman and the henrietta squirrel applique quilts. I need to pull them out and buy the fabrics, buttons and threads and then set up a project container for each. I am pretty sure those will keep me busy.
Here is one of the patterns I will break up into months to finish...
Last edited by RedGarnet222; 01-07-2013 at 09:07 AM.
"Take your needle, my child, and work at your pattern ... It will come out a rose by and by. Life is like that ...one stitch at a time, taken patiently."
*Oliver Wendell Holms
I had bookmarked a website or blog where the person listed all the free BOMs of the year. I must have lost it. Does anyone know what site it is? Thanks so much.
The Shabby Fabrics January BOM is now up. I am going to download it on the chance I may do it. It is pretty.
The one thing that I am not all that fussy on is the wool, could use something else, just have to think about it.
I'm going to be following my very first BoM this year... GeekMom's Steampunk BoM!
GeekMom's 2013 Steampunk BoM
SO EXCITED! I've always wanted to learn applique.
Love the Shabby Fabrics one Thanks!!!
"An essential aspect of creativity is not being afraid to fail." Edwin Land
I already have several on the go:
Dancing with the Stars (fortunately, this finishes next month - it's been going for a year already)
Border Creek Station mystery quilt
Our guild is doing a BOM for 6 months
Patchwork Times has one I'm joining
And I jumped into an embroidery BOM - Gardener's Alphabet - that just started
So I figured I was busy enough for this year. And then I saw all the lovely ones posted on this thread. I will be checking out the Craftsy BOM, skill builder, and scrap happy BOMs. Thanks (I think) for the pointers.