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Thread: 1 December 2011 House BOM picture's.

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    I like the idea of a Christmas theme.
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    i would actually like to see a BOM working on the theme of that particular month... ie feb; valentines day, dec; christmas, oct; halloween, etc... then obviously other themes associating with their months like fathers day/mothers day etc...
    what do you think??
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    these blocks are AMAZING!!!!!!
    wonderful!!! they all tie in BEAUTIFULLY!!!!! well done!! a hard act to follow! just gorgeous!!
    i'm looking forwards to seeing them put together!!
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    Oh, I love them. They look so well together that way. WOW
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    Hi Sulabug, I am still having trouble finding the house blocks but since I found the photos and comments, I knew it was a Gingerbread House. I went online and found a gingerbread house. It is by the FourTwinSisters. It is not the one yours. Sulabug, I do not know why I do not get emails about the houses any more. I did get your email and was able to print out the house for November. Thank you so much for that. I would like to do a quilt next year too but I need to be able to find the patterns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deecee View Post
    Seeing a Christmas theme was also amongst my suggestions, I think that now means three votes and in the lead.
    Deecee,
    You are so right, you were the first one to say the Christmas theme. Now the Calander theme & the Christmas theme are tied!! What will we do????????
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    Encourage more to add their opinion by a closing date and then (as our illustrious BOM leader, Sulabug) you get to make the final announcment.

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    Have two, like we did this year.

    Everyone add your comments..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deecee View Post
    Encourage more to add their opinion by a closing date and then (as our illustrious BOM leader, Sulabug) you get to make the final announcment.

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    Have two, like we did this year.

    Everyone add your comments..................
    Deecee..........Good Idea, thank you.
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    Very clever use of rick-rack, and great choice of fabrics. Congratulations.

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    Possible themes- ( don't know what has been done recently- so may be duplicates )

    snow men

    teacups/ coffee mugs

    hats

    shoes

    purses
    sapdoggie

    Life is full of many pieces- why not quilt?

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    Hi Sulabug, I have been out of action for awhile and have not caught up with my blocks yet. I do have all the patterns saved to the computer though and intend to get them done in January. I must admit that I am 'Australianizing' my blocks so I am taking longer to get them done. So I will have to find this thread again so I can post pics of them, unless you start a post for completed BOM quilts?
    That said I think the idea of a Christmas quilt is great. I would love to have a quilt by next Christmas.
    Have loved seeing all the pictures of everyone's blocks, there's going to be some great quilts when they are all finished.
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    White Pine, all I can say is..."Wow! Well done for sure" lOVE YOUR BLOCKS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sapdoggie View Post
    Possible themes- ( don't know what has been done recently- so may be duplicates )

    snow men

    teacups/ coffee mugs

    hats

    shoes

    purses
    I like all these suggestions plus my suggestion from last year: Blocks with State Names i.e. Ohio Star; Arkansas Crossroads, and many others...

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    WOW!! I really like all of these great ideas. Please keep letting us all know what you would like.
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    Whitepine, your blocks look so pretty together. I love your rooster weathervane and the glow from the church windows the most.

    I would love to do a butterfly quilt and would also like Christmas blocks or fall/harvest themed blocks. There may not be much interest but a Valentined theme would be kind of neat too-lots of places to personalize.

    I would like birds or a nature theme.
    Andii

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Size:  126.3 KBHere is my December block. Still trying to figure out how to post more than one pic at a time.

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Size:  138.5 KBHere's all my blocks. Now just have to figure out how to put them all together! That will have to wait until after the first of the year. Will be out of town for a while to go be with my daughter and her family - she's having a baby (due on Christmas!) and I'll be busy looking after the other little ones too (age 3 and 1) Merry Christmas to everyone!

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    One more thing....Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who worked on making this BOM so much fun for us all! I will be looking forward to whatever the theme for the 2012 BOM is! Thanks especially to SulaBug! See you in the New Year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSenn View Post
    One more thing....Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who worked on making this BOM so much fun for us all! I will be looking forward to whatever the theme for the 2012 BOM is! Thanks especially to SulaBug! See you in the New Year!
    Your December block & all 12 of them together, are really wonderful!! I will be looking forward to seeing how you end up putting them together in a quilt!! I too am getting excited to start the new year's January block. This year has been so much fun & I am so glad that everyone has enjoyed it too. Now, take a little time off & get ready for 2012!!
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    I'm so far behind, and doubt I'll be able to finish until end on Next year! My shoulder pain still doesn't let me spend much time working on this. I'm a bit bored of using only shades of black and grey. I LOVE watching all of your beautiful and fun blocks. If I get brave to do next year's, I'll do it more like you all did.

    I love most of the ideas I've read for next year. When I saw one idea for Christmas blocks, I sat down to see if I could think of 12 possible ideas. Well, in 3 minutes I had 24!! true, some were a bit iffy due to applique and embroider, but most of them I've done in cross stich, which are actually just blocks and half, quarter blocks.

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    Beautiful collection KSenn.

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    Love your blocks KSenn! Great job!
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    Here is my December Christmas block.
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    DeeCee - ahhh. How sweet. love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbykat1955 View Post
    Finally have all 12 done with a few dups...I saved the castle for last and glad I did...those tiny pieces...UGH...Now I just have to come up with a fabric that will bring them all together. I think I'll offset each block with the large Barn for the middle
    Hobbykat, your blocks look wonderful all together, there going to make a lovely quilt.
    Carolyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSenn View Post
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Size:  138.5 KBHere's all my blocks. Now just have to figure out how to put them all together! That will have to wait until after the first of the year. Will be out of town for a while to go be with my daughter and her family - she's having a baby (due on Christmas!) and I'll be busy looking after the other little ones too (age 3 and 1) Merry Christmas to everyone!
    Well no matter how you put them together KSenn, it's going to be a lovely quilt, lovely colours too.
    Carolyn

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