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Thread: What Free BOMs will you be following this year?

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    Loved the ones at Chickadee .. depends on if I find a job or not .. If I don't then I will be following at least 4 BOMS otherwise they will be printed off and put in the later file. LOL I will be only following one BOM as I am also crocheting the grands each a blanket and scarf(can only crochet a bit at a time due to carpal tunnel).
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    I have a bundle of fabric which I will use for 3 BOMs , making 4 blocks a month that coordinate. I am following the QB one, the QB Quilt a Long (2 blocks) & Craftsy.com. The blocks look great already and it is so interesting. And free!
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    I believe it is under the materials list.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maureen NJ View Post
    Couldn't find the picture of the completed quilt by Craftsy. Where is it? Thanks. Maureen

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    www.craftsy.com FREE BOM, The $5 Club at my LQS, a BOM group here on this board, a couple of BOM quilt sets, and any others I might find. Like to keep busy. Also helps develope skills.
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    I have made up my mind. I've seen a lot of nice ones but this one interest me the most. Check out Rebecca Mae's Designs...and it's free!

    http://rebeccamaedesigns.com/homeswe...-of-the-month/

    I subscribed to her website and the pattern was sent right to my email. That is so convenient. That way I won't miss out.
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    Thanks for all the suggestions, I have marked them in my favorites, now to get the printer to work on this
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    Craftsty will have to check out the one from here.
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    Thank you so much! I've already signed up for the one on Craftsy but this one is just PERFECT for me! Just what I wanted!!

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    Wow! That looks like a great block but too difficult for me.
    I'm replying to: I'm going to try to keep up with this one from Pile O Fabric http://www.pileofabric.com/post/2012...k-of-the-month

    and the one on Craftsy.
    Last edited by GrandmaSewNSew; 01-04-2013 at 12:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandmaSewNSew View Post
    Thank you so much! I've already signed up for the one on Craftsy but this one is just PERFECT for me! Just what I wanted!!
    OOPS. I don't like it when others do this! I'm replying to: http://opengatequilts.blogspot.com
    One block per month for 6 months. Several bloggers are providing the block patterns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisabrat View Post
    To the comment about not liking deadlines.. its one block in a thirty day period that is not too tough a deadline to follow. Just a couple hours one evening. Its a fun gift you give yourself

    The bom's here there are a couple: the challenge block of the month by patrice this is one where a member here has signed up to showcase a block that is more difficult than you normally would tackle. its to take you out of your comfort zone and learn something new. There is discussion if your stuck or having trouble there is a photo place to showcase your finished blocks good bad and ugly and no one is watching if you say heck with it too tough maybe next months no police

    then there is the mystery train stash buster going on works on your scraps which is marvelous and its only a three week train so short for those who dont want a year long project.

    Then there will be a NEW mystery train about 8 weeks long that is starting in Feb.

    THEN if that is not enough we have a block of the week here at the quilting board. This is a great one more of a sampler with two blocks introduced each week. One harder one easy so there will be something for everyone. This is a block of the week that runs as follows: three weeks in a row one week to catch up for three or four months. It takes about an hour a block so its a tiny bit of your time to end up with a quilt in a very short period. Plus you get the added bonus of meeting more quilting board members.

    the best part I find about these forums is.. they are free. We can come here meet new people ask 1000 questions if necessary because someone here has the answer and I love the sharing of finished works. its inspirational.
    Linda, I tried to look through the mystery train stash buster but there are over 300 pages! Is there an easy way to find these where the patterns are listed and the discussion is separate? I would love to do some of these, even the weekly ones, but can't seem to find them or find the "meaty" parts easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micha View Post
    I'm going to try to keep up with this one from Pile O Fabric http://www.pileofabric.com/post/2012...k-of-the-month

    and the one on Craftsy.
    Perhaps we will run into each other. I've signed up for these also. I'm wondering though if I'm not biting off more than I can chew, since I'm also doing the Leah Day FMQ Sampler class and the BOM on this board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micha View Post
    I'm going to try to keep up with this one from Pile O Fabric http://www.pileofabric.com/post/2012...k-of-the-month

    and the one on Craftsy.
    That one is neat. I signed up,too. I like it better than Craftsy. . . An I signed up for that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanBar View Post
    This is another Craftsy BOM I'll be following. The Sccrappy Lone Star January Block hooked me!
    http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilt...-sampler/40759
    Thanks for sharing that site. I'm doing the Craftsy BOM and Amy Gibson's BOM as well as a BOM from my LQS. I said I would do no more; but I can't resist the Scrappy Lone Star Block. I'm so glad you told us about it.

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    I am watching the Craftsy BOM and it is going to take awhile with the internet connection I have. Is there a PDF to download? Or is it all from the video, I can not imagine it but I can not seem to find it. I thought I was good with the computer this is telling me I am not. Thanks for any help!

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    Went and searched again and found it. Yay.....

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    I just ordered the free one on Craftsy.
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    I'm interested in the answer to this too as I can see the video, the materials list, cut fabrics list, but no directions for making the block! I had to use Google Chrome as the internet connect as I could not even watch the whole picture using Firefox. Anyone have any idea as to where the first block directions are?
    Quote Originally Posted by judylg View Post
    I am watching the Craftsy BOM and it is going to take awhile with the internet connection I have. Is there a PDF to download? Or is it all from the video, I can not imagine it but I can not seem to find it. I thought I was good with the computer this is telling me I am not. Thanks for any help!

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    I am going to follow SULKY block of the month. I found the link in the list of BOM's on this board. I am also watching craftsty block of the month too. Now all I need is time.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandmaSewNSew View Post
    I'm interested in the answer to this too as I can see the video, the materials list, cut fabrics list, but no directions for making the block! I had to use Google Chrome as the internet connect as I could not even watch the whole picture using Firefox. Anyone have any idea as to where the first block directions are?
    If you go to class materials. Click on supply list January block pattern. Scroll down to page 6. And there it is. This is a PDF
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lizzytish View Post
    If you go to class materials. Click on supply list January block pattern. Scroll down to page 6. And there it is. This is a PDF
    Thank you. This is very strange. When I do this in Google Chrome I only have two pages. I went back to Firefox (which again only shows me half the screen) and all six pages are there! Hopes this helps others.

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    Hmmm technology can be finicky can't it?
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    I've never done a BoM before and am going to be doing And Sew On at Quiet Play. It has 9 paper pieced blocks with a sewing room theme... I love to PP and this will be a perfect addition to my quilting room.

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    I am usually not too successful with completing a BOM, but this year I am going to try the one on this Board, and the Sulky one, as I really do love the quilting theme of that one.

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    I haven't found a freebie one that I like enough to invest the time into...

    But I think I'm going to do Primitive Garden from Cheryl's Quilting Corner.

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