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I cannot WAIT to make this! Scrappy and modern at the same time! Clever designer you are!
Follow up ... I'm THINKING of using this pattern for a special project. I have a bunch of fabric from a friend's mother-in-law who passed. I wantto use it to make a quilt for each grandchild and my friend. It is ALL KINDS of fabric from things she made and not necessarily quilting fabric. I've eliminated really heavy brocades and silky and/or thing fabrics. Originally I was going to do just 10" blocks of 2" strips sashed with each person's favorite color. Now I'm thinking ... would this work? It would be WAAAAAY COOL if it would. I'd just do circle on the left. Whadya think?
Uh ... that was THIN fabric ... not thinG fabrics. Lol Look how excited I am about this idea! Can't even type I'm so coflumuxed!
you are SO funny, I do the same thing. If you cut out your circles from the pieced strips and us a full circle of the Steam A Seam II, that will help stabilize more loosely woven fabrics (but I don't recommend thin fabrics- like sheeting - or anything very loosely woven, those just don't hold up to repeated washings). The left circle is good for longer strips and use shorter ones on the sides - but the right one can really use up the odds and ends (and do what the pros do - if you don't have a strip long enough, just seam it together with a different strip! It just looks scrappier!!) Have fun! Hope to hear from you and see what you made.
This looks like so much fun and a great way to use scraps.
I really like the look of using a lot of scraps in a controlled shape - looks like more work than it is! have fun!
This is way cool!
Sorry, Got it down loaded and I'm in the process of making it now.
I'm so glad!! I really hope you will post it so I can see how you imagine this - and I hope you like it and have fun making it.
Can't seem to get the pattern to downloan. Keep gettng an error message. Love this pattern.
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Hello Pam, thank you for this free BOM. Love the contrasting colours and the way the pattern shape evolves within the circle on the second piece. Very lovely! However I must admit that I am also intrigued by the background they rest on. Is it your work? If I may venture a guess it looks like some sort of "pebbly" trapunto technique and a very painstaking one too. Would love some more info if it is your work! Thank you.
I'm trying to learn how to do this on my longarm, but - it is a purchased duvet from a department store (about 5 years ago). I'm going to have to stop using it as a background for my photos :-)
I really like this pattern
I downloaded this pattern before I found the craftsy Block of the Month coarse. I made about 30 of these circles and have finished them in many ways. Love these BOM buddies.
A correction as to how many I made. after counting them up I made 50.
Hello Pam! After downloading this pattern in May of this year I got caried away making these lovely circles. After making about 50 I decided I better use them for something. and I did. Is it possible to post my projects that were inspired by this great circle pattern? I have invented a casserole carier and have made two quilts one which is on my quilting frame right now.
yes! and thanks!! you search Patterns by "ww Bom Buddies" and on the right you will see a tab marked "post a project" or something similar. So happy you are having fun with it!
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