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block 6 BOM 2012

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Craftsy Block of the Month 2012 taught by Amy Gibson

In Craftsy's first-ever Block of the Month, Amy Gibson brings you 10 specific quilting techniques - appliqué, string quilting, paper piecing and more.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Classic, Casual, Funky
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What are you most proud of? finished it and it's 12.5" !!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? read posts before starting each block

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I like the use of batiks.

01/27/2013 Flag

soooooo in luvvvv with your batiks

01/30/2013 Flag

*drools* love love LOVE! Its exciting seeing new 2012 BOM blocks coming out of the wood work. Love yours!

01/30/2013 Flag

glad to have found the 2012 BOM class. The online format is perfect for me...can't always go to a class with my work schedule. Not ony that, when I get to a part in the video that just "doesn't compute" I can rewind and play it over again. Really love Amy's class...even if it is a year old. I also signed up for her Sugar Block club on her blog too.

02/04/2013 Flag

I'd love to get my hands on your batiks! This made one fantastic block!

01/31/2013 Flag

I live in a very small town in SW Georgia that is somehow blessed with its very own quilt shop...You can get your hands on them there: www.Suzannesquilts.com.

02/04/2013 Flag

you can get your hands on them ;-) got fabric at local quilt shop --they have Web site at: www. suzannesquilts.com

02/10/2013 Flag

you can get your hands on them ;-) got fabric at local quilt shop --they have Web site at: www. suzannesquilts.com

02/10/2013 Flag

you can get your hands on them ;-) got fabric at local quilt shop --they have Web site at: www. suzannesquilts.com

02/10/2013 Flag

thanks ya'll. Love the main Tonga fabric...has SOOO many beautiful colors in it. Was purposefully not using white/off white as I have dogs who will more than likely also lounge on finished quilt. But having problem figuring out what to do for a background for the hexagons...since I have no "lights"....?

02/04/2013 Flag