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

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    What Free BOMs will you be following this year?

    I haven't decided yet which ones I will be following, so give me some ideas!

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    Nothing to difficult, I like paper piecing that doesn't look pieced but want to explore more in applique.
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    www.craftsy.com FREE BOM. They show a picture up front of the completed quilt and it's beautiful, plus you learn a lot of new techniques you might not have tried yet.
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    Couldn't find the picture of the completed quilt by Craftsy. Where is it? Thanks. Maureen

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    I signed up for this. Looks like fun. Thanks. I'm also doing one at my LQS called Something to Crow About.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maureen NJ View Post
    Couldn't find the picture of the completed quilt by Craftsy. Where is it? Thanks. Maureen
    The quilt is hanging behind the instructor. The quilt on the wall does not have a border. The quilt with the border is in the materials you print out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franc36 View Post
    The quilt is hanging behind the instructor. The quilt on the wall does not have a border. The quilt with the border is in the materials you print out.
    I don't even find the free BOM at all.

    It took some searching but I found it. It looks interesting.
    Last edited by Scissor Queen; 01-02-2013 at 06:29 AM.

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    I really liked the one Shabby Fabrics had last year, they are going to do another one this year. Can't wait to see what it will be.

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    I'm going to try to keep up with the one on our forum. And I also purchased a hand embroidery pattern that hasn't arrived yet. http://stores.chickadeehollowdesigns...Categories.bok

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    I am going to do the one here on the QB. It looks fun and I like seeing the variety of blocks we all come up with with our fabric selection.
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    Our quilt guild is doing their own. Each month 1 or 2 people choose a block and demonstrate it. Then we will individually design quilts from the blocks. I haven't done any of them yet! Don't know if I'll ever catch up and make the quilt.
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    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 rvsfan View Post
    www.craftsy.com FREE BOM. They show a picture up front of the completed quilt and it's beautiful, plus you learn a lot of new techniques you might not have tried yet.
    Same here. I followed the free BOM with Amy Gibson last year and enjoyed every minute of it. Of course I didn't make ONE block, but I watched every video (some of them more than once) and printed out all of the lessons, patterns, etc. Hope to do the same this year. I'm familiar with the instructor for this one. I've seen her on TV shows before and have two of her books. The first lesson was in such detail and so informative. I think really want to make this quilt. Love the polka dots but will probably use fabrics from my own stash (well as much as I can, anyway).
    One step at a time, always forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvsfan View Post
    www.craftsy.com FREE BOM. They show a picture up front of the completed quilt and it's beautiful, plus you learn a lot of new techniques you might not have tried yet.
    RICKY VAN SHELTON??!! OOOhhhh YESSS!
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    I just signed up and can't wait to start it. I love BOM 's and always learn something new.

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    I just love this one http://www.sulky-international.de/sc...p?seite_id=319 and hope it begins shortly. I,ve wanted something like this for my sewing room wall.

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    I am doing one with our LQS but it started last June. I am also doing this one:

    http://countryjunktion.com/2013BOM.html

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    My LQS has a BOM I'm doing this year. The name of the quilt is Over the Rainbow and has laser cut fusible shapes for applique that we receive each month. Talk about learning something new! My first attempt at applique! I hope I enjoy doing this, I'm somewhat intimidated at this point, however, the quilt is beautiful.
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    I decided to try the 2012 BOM Sedona Star on 'The Quilt Show'. It has applique, paper piecing and machine embroidery all mixed together so I hope this will help me get better! I'm trying to use my stash too. I also have a BOM to finish from several years ago.....it was all different kinds of barns....2013 I hope will be the year of finishing UFO's!!!!

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    I have signed up for the Crafty 2013 BOM. Looking forward to this course.
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    I signed up for the Craftsy 2013 BOM too. Don't know if I will keep up but I like the blocks.
    I also do the one on here too, the 2013 HGTV BOM and I might do more, still don't know.
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    There was a post about a BOM Free that would begin today. The information for measurements and quanities have already been posted. Can't find it - but will keep looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindit View Post
    I am doing one with our LQS but it started last June. I am also doing this one:

    http://countryjunktion.com/2013BOM.html
    That's a really cute one, do you know when it starts? Looked through her last year's one with the mini quilts & they sure were cute!

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    I was able to find the short video on the BOM but I like the quilt hanging in the beginning of the video up behind her on the left even more!! I wish they were offering that one.
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    Thank you for the Craftsy information. I love anything free! I have signed up for it and am excited to get started.
    Avatar is a quilt made by my great grandmother that I inherited.

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