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Thread: 1 January 2010 Block of the Month, for January!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnstrange
    I am looking for the right way to repair and wash a quilt that probably ages about the 1800s some where. My families.
    Good Morning, I just sent you a PM. Hopefully you can find your answer's soon. So glad that you asked.
    Happy Sewing Day,
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug
    Hi Everyone,
    I know most of you are waiting to see the new BOM pattern for January, so I won't keep you any longer!! It's called Sunflower. I picked this one hoping to brighten everyone's January days!!
    Have fun & don't forget to post your finished block so we can all see them.

    http://www.bluemountainquiltersguild.../Sunflower.pdf (due to recent changes at the referenced website, this link may not work for everyone)

    Sulabug..that is such a tempting block...I love those color and pattern choices....I have soooo many UFO's that I really shouldn't be doing this ...but like my friend Blue Bell I want to do EVERYTHING!!!!! but I might try

    Have Fun,
    Cheryl
    :D :D :D

    ************ Moderator's Note************
    I found the block elsewhere. The block is included in Maggie Malone's book, "5,500 Quilt Block Designs". It's #448, on page 40.

    Very basic instructions can be found at the Quilter's Newsletter website. Go to this page, scroll down a bit until you see the image, and click on the word "Sunflower".

    http://www.quiltersnewsletter.com/ar...tacular_Blocks

    they provide a piecing diagram along with both templates and rotary cutting dimensions. the rotary cutting are in small print, with diagrams, inside the templates.

    if you set page scaling to "none" before your print from adobe acrobat reader, the templates print at the correct size for a 12" block (12-1/2" unfinished).

    if you cannot open the instructions, it means you don't have a recent enough version of adobe acrobat reader installed on your computer. to solve that problem for free, just go to http://www.adobe.com and click on "get adobe reader". follow the extremely easy instructions for installation.

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    I love the colors and pattern. Am anxious to give it a try.
    Chip

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    I'm new and this looks like fun. I'm thinking January block is our 1st. even though its April???
    Barbara Lee

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    I think I read on this about a basting spray that didn't clogg up the needle. Does anyone remember what the name of it was. Thought I wrote it down but can't find it.
    Barbara Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbara Lee
    I'm new and this looks like fun. I'm thinking January block is our 1st. even though its April???
    Barbara Lee
    Welcome! this was out jan block, jump on in and you will find the rest of them listed under the BOM button on the bottom of the page.

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    Hi PatriceJ.
    i have a number of paper pieced flower patterns which I will sort out and do one for January 2011. If i can sort out the technology of the quilting board by then. is this any use to you. I'm under the name Dottymo. My real name is Maureen, Dotty because I am Dotty

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    I would like to know how to access the beginning blocks for this year's BOM. I seem to get lost whenever I am on this quilting forum. Can someone help. please?
    new2quilting

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    Quote Originally Posted by new2quilting
    I would like to know how to access the beginning blocks for this year's BOM. I seem to get lost whenever I am on this quilting forum. Can someone help. please?
    new2quilting
    Hi there,
    We are so glad that you want to make BOM block's with us. To see all of the blocks for 2010, just go to Block of the Month 2010 heading & click on it. All of the blocks have been listed for each month for you.

    I have just posted the August BOM under it's own heading. I hope you like what you see & I will be looking forward to seeing what you make.

    If you have any more question's don't hesitate to PM me or anyone posting on the BOM.

    Sew Happy,
    Cheryl
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    Where do I find the pattern for this block?

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    I printed out the Sunflower block for Jan 2010 where do I find the ones for the rest of 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daryl
    I printed out the Sunflower block for Jan 2010 where do I find the ones for the rest of 2010
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-15218-1.htm

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    Can someone please tell me how to get to the pattern? I would love to do the 12 months of blocks since i am pretty fast at doing quilt tops. But i can't seem to find the right link to go to to get the patterns. Someone please help me. Thanks, Linda

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkadera
    Can someone please tell me how to get to the pattern? I would love to do the 12 months of blocks since i am pretty fast at doing quilt tops. But i can't seem to find the right link to go to to get the patterns. Someone please help me. Thanks, Linda
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-15218-1.htm

    Linda,
    Here is the website for the whole list of blocks starting with Jan. 2010. The list even goes back to 2007, so you can start sewing to your hearts content!! Enjoy.
    :D :D :D :D

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