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Thread: BOM I just purchased. :)

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    Senior Member momto4's Avatar
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    http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/...15&Parent_Ids=

    Here is the BOM that I decided to do this year. It is for my DH. He loves anything related to the Civil War so I am positive he will love this! :)

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    That will be beautiful - don't forget to post pictures of the finished quilt!

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    I will. I am also going to take pics and post them on my PDA of my progress. This will be the first quilt that I "track" but i am going to start doing it with all of them... or that is my intent anyhow ;)

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    Very nice, I love those civil war colors.

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    No post them under pictures too - not just PDA. It is a beautiful quilt and very manly.

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    That's a nice pattern. It should keep you busy for awhile.

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    That is beautiful!! I purchased some Civil War fabrics at the Maine Quilt show this summer; but haven't used them yet.

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    That is really beautiful! Cant wait to see what you do with it, looks hard to me.

    Margie

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    Wow, Can't wait to see the quilt, please keep us posted on this, and good luck with the new project.

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    Thank you all very much! :) I am very excited to get it in the mail! :D

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    Wow! Thats a great quilt pattern! Wish I had your ambition.
    I will love to see how you are coming along! My DH wants me to make something more "traditional" for him. Maybe when I get the 4 or 5 things I have waiting to be cut and pieced!
    Dont forget to post the pictures as you go!

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    Ha Ha Ha! I am doing the SAME quilt, only through a LQS here!!! We should keep each other sane during this saga :) I've cut out the first month (I missed the 1st class) and am waiting til I get my new machine this weekend to sew it. Cutting all those points to 1/16th of an inch was very stressful but I think it's going to be worth it!

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    I hope you and BKinCO both posts pics as you go, it will be fun to watch them.

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    OMG, I saw that BOM and thought, hmm, do I? But I haven't yet! Still thinking and drooling..... :D

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    BTW, the fabric in real life is so much prettier than in any of the pictures I've seen. The finished quilt is hanging in the LQS here and it had me drooling when I saw it. I didn't care how difficult the quilt was going to be to do, I HAD to make it :)

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    That is really pretty...Love the colors :D

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    We will definitely have to keep each other sane! :D :D Glad to have the company!

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    Quote Originally Posted by momto4
    We will definitely have to keep each other sane! :D :D Glad to have the company!
    Let me know when you get your fabrics & you get the first block cut out.....I'm curious how it goes for you :)

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    ooooh, pretty!! That's going to be an awesome quilt.

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    OK, I just signed up for the Hearth & Home BOM -- is anyone doing this???

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    This looks like a fun project. I've never done a BOM.

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    I love that shop. I can't wait to see your blocks and the finished quilt.

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    That looks like a nice sampler quilt, I'm sure he's going to love it.

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    I have been racking my brain as to what to make for our 50th Wedding Anniversary (Nov. 25, 2010). I would love to do a quilt that would "surprise" my husband. He is somewhat interested in Civil War stuff (though not as ardent as some). We travel to Gettysburg when we get a chance and he enjoys that. Would this BOM quilt be a good idea? Any suggestions from you would help. I had also thought about using some pictures printed out on "Printed Treasurers" for our Anniversary quilt. Open to any suggestions. Thanks in advance. Sue

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    nice.

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