Finally! May BOMs finished!

formatting link

I've been having to do non-quilty sewing for my daughter and
daughter-in-law but finally finished that boring stuff and got my May
blocks done. I'm going to get some additional opinions on which 30
blocks to use, and possible layouts, before I actually start piecing
the top.
Carole D. - Retired and loving it in the foothills of NW Georgia
My quilts, crafts, QIs, and more -
formatting link
Reply to
Carole-Retired and Loving It
"Carole-Retired and Loving It" wrote in message news: snipped-for-privacy@4ax.com...
So beautiful, Carol. I look forward to seeing your fabric choices and exquisite workmanship every month.
Lisa in NJ
Reply to
L
They're still beautiful, Carole. Those appliqué blocks are magical. . In message , Carole-Retired and Loving It writes >
formatting link
>I've been having to do non-quilty sewing for my daughter and >daughter-in-law but finally finished that boring stuff and got my May >blocks done. I'm going to get some additional opinions on which 30 >blocks to use, and possible layouts, before I actually start piecing >the top. > >Carole D. - Retired and loving it in the foothills of NW Georgia > >My quilts, crafts, QIs, and more -
formatting link
Reply to
Patti
So pretty! All your blocks are wonderful- how can you possibly leave any out?
Finished the May applique this morning, so I'm done too! Might combine these BOM blocklets with some of the stack I made from Better Homes & Gardens 500 a few years ago, also 4.5". Roberta in D
"Carole-Retired and Loving It" schrieb im Newsbeitrag news: snipped-for-privacy@4ax.com...
Reply to
Roberta Zollner
Thanks everybody! As to how I can leave some blocks out --- well, the quilt will be WAY TOO BIG if I use them all! I will find another project for the blocks not chosen, though. Never fear.
I have learned a LOT about appliqué from doing this year's BOM, that's for sure. I still doubt it will ever be a favorite technique for me.
My daughter, who is not a quilter but who has a great eye for design, is going to work up what SHE thinks the layout should be, but I have the final say on it.
Roberta, do you have up-to-date pictures showing your latest blocks?
Carole D. - Retired and loving it in the foothills of NW Georgia
My quilts, crafts, QIs, and more -
formatting link
Reply to
Carole-Retired and Loving It
No photos yet, but soon. Roberta in D
"Carole-Retired and Loving It" schrieb im Newsbeitrag news: snipped-for-privacy@4ax.com...
Reply to
Roberta Zollner
Thanks, Donna! I know that it will be thirty blocks surrounding by sashings and cornerstones which are already made, but which 30 and in what order, remains to be seen. I'm not going to rush it!
Reply to
Carole-Retired and Loving It

Site Timeline Threads

  • I am looking for the 'cheep-cheep'-est 28mm blades with shipping available to...
  • previous in

    Quilting

InspirePoint website is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.