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Thread: 2015 POM February Photo Thread

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    Senior Member Quercus Rubra's Avatar
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    2015 POM February Photo Thread

    Well here is where we show off our POM project for this month. I can't wait to see all the exciting photos of your project!! Don't be shy now.... let's see it so that we can give it the oohhhh's & aaahhh's that it deserves.

    Here.... I'll go first.
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    Very nice...like how you built your "Snowman".

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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    I like this POM idea. Are there any rules or is it a join in if you want to kind of thing?

    Your cute snowman speaks to the season.
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    can't wait to see more of this cute guy
    Nancy in western NY
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    Ube Quilting,
    Nope there are no sign ups needed. I'm just sharing some ideas for gift making each month so that you can make them up a head of time so that you can use them for general everyday gifts or get an early start on Christmas Gifts. You can find the "how to" thread for Feb. http://www.quiltingboard.com/blocks-...h-t260845.html .

    And in case you missed the one of Jan. http://www.quiltingboard.com/blocks-...h-t259220.html

    I also include a photo thread for each month so that we can share pictures of our little home made treasures. You can takes in any form to add to any thread photo page including cell phone. So feel free to play along any time you want.

    Hope that answered your question.
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    Can't wait to see what ya all make.
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    Really cute snowman. After watching The Quilt Show episode about redwork I got an itch to work on some. Years ago I did a lot, and I mean a lot, of counted cross stitch but I just got tired of doing it and gave away all my supplies, which included about 9 boxes of floss, to a daughter of a friend who didn't have a whole lot of money but liked embroidery. Now I wish I had some of it back, but oh well, life goes on. I definitely have to do some redwork, I like having some hand type work to do when watching TV. I love yours!!!

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    I have been looking for the POM February everyday this month and of course, I missed you posting it yesterday. Oh well. Love your snowman idea.

    Linda

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    Waiting patiently for everyones snowman.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gramquilter2 View Post
    Waiting patiently for everyone's snowman.
    Me Too Gramquilter2 !! Although I'm sure it will take a little bit of time to put these together. I really would like to see some come along to visit with my lonely little snowman.

    Toodles,
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    could perhaps one do a edging just like yours but use a snowman block that they love that is already printed?
    Linda
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    Senior Member Quercus Rubra's Avatar
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    Hiya Brat!!!

    Yes you could use a pre-printed snowman (or any other design for that matter) that you love to make this wonderful wall hanging. I just happen to use the snowman as my example since that is what I was making at the time.

    Please free feel use what ever tickles your fancy and I hope that you will share a picture of your project over on the Feb. photo thread.

    Tricia
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