Omas Cupboard 6/2012 Block of the Month


Omas Cupboard 6/2012 Block of the Month Pattern


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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Applique, hand, machine or fusible
  • Optional piecing skills

Pattern Description:

Sugar Jar and Poppy is the sixth of the 2012 Oma's Cupboard Applique Block of the Month collection, a new one is offered free each month on my website The past blocks are on Craftsy for those who have missed them.

The blocks can stand alone, but are designed to be in a quilt that appears to be a cupboard of cubbies, with plates, teapots, cups, saucers, vases, other items and especially flowers. They can also be made in small groups for wall hangings.

The PDF Pattern includes all the templates and cutting instructions to make this block. You can use any applique technique you wish, freezer paper, needle under or even fusible.

Copyright bdieges designs(c)2012. All rights reserved. Using this pattern, you are welcome to make items for personal use, for gifts and for charity, BUT please do not copy or reproduce this pattern in any form or by any means. To make items from this pattern for sale, please request permission in writing.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One 10"x16" finished block


  • Fat Eighths and Fat Quarters, small pieces of various fabric colors to match the block
  • Total yardage for a finished quilt is given in the pattern
  • 100% cotton threads to match the fabrics and background
  • Tools for hand applique or the technique of your choice

About Designer

About Designer

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In the picture I am wearing one of my "qweaters," that is a quilt-sweater combination, with a knitted back and sleeves, with a quilted front. Posing in front of my Snow Crystals quilt that was the cover quilt, Quilter's Newsletter January 1999.

Although I have been playing with fabrics and threads since childhood, I didn't make my first quilt until 1969, but by 1982 quilting became my passion. ...

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