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Thread: The Late BOM

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    I am so behind I don't even remember when it was the BOM but here it is and the fellow blocks I intend to place it with....still in production.
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    well worth waiting for :P

    that quilt is for me ... right?

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    Sandra~
    That is some great work!
    Better late than never, right!! You're way ahead of me! For REAL!

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    GORGEOUS!!! You are so ahead of me I'm going to have to disappear for days to get my BOMs finished to catch up!

    XOXO

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    I really like the layout. Good job!

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    Looking Fab Sandra, love all your reds and blues, very patriotic :thumbup:

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    Love your quilt to be. Looking good there!

    By the way, Quilters are never late. It's just the way it is. We have our own time schedule so how could we possibly be late? Hmm?

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    Ok then Leslee, in it's time....so here we are so far in the production...coming along at it's own pace. Whew! Wish the cream colors showed up better. :?
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    Looking Good! I had hope to do these BOM too. But with this other Red Hat thing I MUST get done it doesn't look like I'll even get started anytime soon. This is the lastest block on the Red Hat Lap.
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    I like it...! Not a Red Hatter just yet, but soon enough. Would love to see when you have more. :D

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    Quiltastic! I have a question, what is a BOM?

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    Thank you....BOM is short for a block of the month. We have a few going on the board you can get into as well....just do a search for them. :D

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    [img]

    Here is a queen size puffy quilt I made for our guest room. Took a long time, but it was worth it. Do you like it?
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    I like it Shirley and I can appreciate the time and effort it took, I've made one double bed size and one twin bed size, hope it's cold at your house cause them suckers is heavy!

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    but of course we like it :P

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    That is so pretty, I would put it on my own bed. It looks so special. What kid of fabric is the pink :?: :D

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    That is an awesome quilt. I've always wanted to make a puffy quilt like that. Great job!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I haven't been keeping up with the BOM's. But I'm glad you posted this one. I'm getting ready to do a baby quilt for dil's best friend. Her nursery stuff has bees in it. What a perfect block. Thx.

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    Glad you liked it. The fabric is 100% cotton, which is all I have used in my quilts.

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    I am glad you like it...I would love to see photos of yours if you have any. It does not get that cold here, but mostly it is just for looks. We moved here from Florida, so of course, we used few quilts. I am originally from Chicago, and you can bet it gets cold there!

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    Thanks.....

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    that is so pretty and puffy

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