2013 Quilt Block of the Month "I Love Sewing"

The 2012 Christmas Quilt Show is over and a good time was had by all. Thank you everyone who participated and final big THANK YOU to all of our sponsors. As the year comes to a close, the Quilt BOM are ramping up. As I did last year, I will share with you the ones I think are particularly interesting. I will also post a reminder monthly, for you to go and download your blocks.

This first one is from Sulky International and it is called "I Love Sewing" and is design by Christa Rolf. How cute is this!



Just click on the picture above to get the materials list for this 2013 Quilt Block of the Month.
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Until next time,
Piece!
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6 comments:

  1. I'm curious how you know about this quilt. I've tried to sign up at the Sulky website to be sure I don't miss any of the months of it, but I can't find any reference to it. I did click on the link and print the instructions, but is there a way for me to make sure I don't miss any of the months as they come out?

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  2. Oh I'm thrilled about this one. I really don't want to miss any of these. YAY!

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  3. It`s super cute.I`m doing one BOM from Sulky,the tiny towns.Have a wonderful New Year 2013!!

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  4. Here's the link to the main page to track the posts for the new BOM -
    http://www.sulky-international.de/scripts/clsAIWeb.php?seite_id=179

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  5. Thanks for this, just finish my first part

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  6. Does anyone know how to translate the measurements to inches or know where I can do it myself? I have tried the sites on the internet but come up with too many weird numbers. Any help would be appreciated. Bobbie

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