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Old 02-01-2015, 09:37 AM
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Default Pam Bono, Crows in the Corn

This book has been in my collection for many years and I have wanted to do several of the patterns. A recent conversation led me to this.
the book:
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Title: Corn Maze for a Blonde

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This is my first attempt at doing one of her patterns from this book and I must say, it wasn't the easiest thing to do.
The directions call for cutting the whole pattern at one time and to figure out what I needed for one part of the whole thing took some time.

Once again I am grinning at the result. I will mimic the corn stalk for the quilting.
Hope it makes you laugh.
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Very nice work. Her patterns are fantastic and its true that patience is needed with the piecing! Your "Crows" is very nice! I've done the Sunflower pattern on the cover of the book plus another. One more is on my bucket list!
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Cute corny quilt!
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very nicely done... i've never done one of her patterns
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The secret of a Pam Bono pattern is to follow the instructions to the letter and keep all the pieces in marked baggies. She used so many pieces it is hard not to get confused but once done you have a really beautiful quilt. I once messaged her I felt I needed an Engineering degree to do one of her quilts. She laughed.
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Love the quilt you've made. She will be greatly missed in the quilting world.

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Great finish!
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Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
Love the quilt you've made. She will be greatly missed in the quilting world.

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I like to think she would get a kick out it. Here's to you Pam.
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I too have that book! I love it and have made several quilts from it, my favorite being the dinasour quilt I make for my grandson! And I made the star and moon one for a grandaughter... ! I will miss Pam I loved her patterns..!
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too, too cute!!!
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