Tuesday, October 4, 2011

BOM's Revisited

A comment left by Terry reminded me that we do have some extremely generous designers. Here are a few that have done or are doing Blocks of the Month for free online!! I've done a few and they have been fantastic!! Let's make sure they know how much we appreciate them.

Anne at Bunny Hill Design.

Dawn at Linen Closet Quilts.

Barbara at Civil War Quilts. (block a week!)

Cheri at Quilts by Cheri. (quilt of the month!)

Jackie at Canton Village Quilt Works

Cheryl at 1880's Sampler Quilt.

Gay at Sentimental Stitches.

If you know of any more free blocks of the month please post them with your comment.

And so I do not leave you without any photos here is my Bible quilt ready for the last row.

27 comments:

  1. Hi Lori!! Thanks for doing this!! Love all these designers. Quiltmania is also posting a free block of the month...can't remember the designer's name but it is really cute. Just google Quiltmania to get to it. Very sweet quilt so far!
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  2. Lori, your blocks are looking so wonderful. It will be a beautiful quilt when you are done. Thanks for posting all the BOM. I knew of most of them, it was nice to see a few more. Hugs

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  3. I love you quilt! How are you going to make the borders?

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  4. I really should learn to spell better - I love YOUR quilt!

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  5. The Bible quilt is looking great. Are you going to put it on a wall? It will sure add charm wherever it is!
    I've never followed an online BOM so I have no names to add. : (

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  6. Hi Lori, Great list! Thanks for including my BOM! Your Bible quilt looks fantastic!

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  7. There is an embroidery BOM quilt that is really cute. Makes a great smaller quilt 52 x 66. You'll find it at www.littlemissshabby.com. Loving your bible quilt.

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  8. Beautiful! Well done, what a treasure.

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  9. I'm only doing 3 of those right now. Or should I say, I am only downloading and printing 3 of those right now. But I have actually made 2 of them. I guess that's something.

    Bible quilt is turning out fantastic!

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  10. Love the Bible Quilt! I want to do that sometime. I am a little overwhelmed by the cost of BOM's. I understand the prices, but don't at the same time. Is that possible,lol. Presently I am doing an extremely detailed quilt, that if I finish will be amazing. it cost the back order price of Australian Q & P, 15.95 delivered. So it is strange sometimes with prices. jmo 2 cents.

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  11. Oh my! Your blocks together are wonderful. I'd forgotten about some of the early ones.
    A lady named Becky has a "Quilting Clubhouse" where she keeps a running list of BOM and similar offerings. Her current list is over 60 of them, and the website is http://thegoldenthimble.com/clubhouse.html
    It's eye opening to see that there are so many out there.

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  12. Love it! I've always wanted to do the Bible quilt for myself, but one thing has prevented me...I hate to applique. Maybe someday. :-(

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  13. Your blocks are fabulous, Lori.

    Thanks for the heads up on the free block of the month patterns being offered by so many talented designers. :-)

    How did I miss your giveaway? Where was I? Dang it. LOL

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  14. Oh your bible quilt is looking so good! I just love it!

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  15. Yes, there are many generous BOM designers out there!

    The bible blocks are looking really handsome.

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  16. Hi Lori...Your Bible quilt looks wonderful. What a great job. I just love applique and I really enjoy seeing your works in progress.

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  17. Thanks for the list. I don't need any more projects but it is always fun to see what the designers are doing. Your bible quilt is looking great. I love the style.

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  18. I love the free block of the month designer's and you've listed a few I didn't know about...uh oh :)

    Your Bible is wonderful...good job!

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  19. Oh Lori
    I love this quilt.
    You have done such a amazing job with it. Can't wait to see it finished.
    the embroidery is so awesome!

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  20. Thanks for bringing those together - I shall look up the ones I don't know! Still loving your bible quilt - what's next I wonder? Baptism?

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  21. You have done such a great job on the blocks. It will be a treasure once complete.

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  22. The very talented Erin Russert at http://erinrussek.typepad.com/ is doing a fabulous applique quilt. Beth Ferrier at applewd.com is also finishing up on a block of the month, she does one every year. And do you have Betty's bluebirds, Moose on the Porch Fat Quarter stars or Molly's Boot quilt? If you cannot google them, I will try to find the link.

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  23. Oh no...you are a bad influence! I am drowning in projects and really can't start any more. But I can window shop, right? And I can print/save for a rainy day, right?

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  24. you asked if we knew anymore. blogger quilters are a generous bunch. I save them and say some day.

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  25. I agree with what you posted but I don't think any of us had these generous people in mind before. They are wonderful!!!

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  26. PS - And don't forget Rosemary Youngs. She has a '20's quilt and some other blocks that she posts monthly besides writing her books.

    I also forgot to say how charming your Bible quilt is!

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