I just watched the video for Jan and if the rest of the months go the same way, it is a great BOM for newbie quilters. She explains 'everything'.This message has been edited. Last edited by: paus4quilts,
Originally posted by Anael7621: Here are two free BOM's: http://www.quiltingboard.com/forum.php As far as I know you have to be a member of the board (just register). Go to 'Blocks of the Month and Week'. They are fun to do
Easier said than done! I tried to register last night & got an e-mail from them this morning saying that I didn't "meet the registration requirements" and my account was being deleted! I answered all their questions...not sure what I did to tick them off!!
Sherry, Love a couple of the links you provided. Numbers 1 and 3 would make really cute baby quilts. I'm downloading these two. Not sure when I will need them but couldn't pass them by! Thanks for the links. sandy
I'll add that I think that one of my blocks is sewn in the wrong direction, but I've decided to love it that way! Translation...I'm not taking the block apart! LOL!This message has been edited. Last edited by: Will Quilt for Chocolate,
2 others I found this weekend when I was supposed to be doing homework... I already chose fabrics for the castle one (http://www.lenzula.de/en/bom/bom-2013.html) (even though I did a castle for the scraps to treasure last year!) and caught up ALL 13 blocks of the alphabet one (http://www.claudiasquiltshoppe.com/freebom.htm) in greens and creams.
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I love all the little blocks you, CBQ, and WQFC have shown from Heartspun... can't wait to see what the final product will be. And like the blocks, too, from Country Threads that have been shown. I thought about doing both but never got started!