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Omas Cupboard 2012 Quilt Assembly


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Skills Needed

  • Applique
  • Precision Piecing
  • Templates
  • Y-Seams

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Now you can put together Oma's Cupboard! This pattern has instructions ONLY for assembling Oma's Cupboard after piecing and appliqueing the 12 Blocks of the Month. There are NO instructions for making the blocks. The blocks were offered on my website every month during 2012 and now are all available on Craftsy, for those who missed them. Instructions are included for making three wall hangings as well, by dividing the whole quilt into units with three, four and five blocks. The quilt is designed to be a cupboard with different sized spaces, with plates, teapots, cups, saucers, vases, other items and especially flowers. They can also be made in small groups for wall hangings. 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. Please DO NOT photocopy or reproduce this pattern in any form or by any means. To make items from this pattern for sale, please request permission in writing. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Applique skills--hand, machine or fusible. Basic Machine Piecing Skills Basic Rotary Cutting Skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 61-1/2"x66-1/2" Quilt

Recommended with this pattern

  • 12 Omas Cupboard Block of the Month Blocks
  • 1-7/8 yard sashing fabric (strips are cut lengthwise)
  • 2 yards border fabric (strips are cut lengthwise) includes enough for the matching binding

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In the picture, I am wearing one of my "qweaters," that is a quilt-sweater combination, with knitted back, sleeves, and quilted front. In the background is the Quilter's Newsletter January 1999 cover quilt, my Snow Crystals quilt. Although I have been playing with fabrics and threads since childhood, I did not make my first quilt until 1969. By 1982 quilting became my passion. I have had several years of in-depth study of quilt history, design and techniques with some very traditional and non-traditional quilt teachers. One of my quilts won an Honorable Mention at the American Quilt Society in Paducah, KY and have had eight quilts juried into that same show. Four of my quilts have also been in the International Quilt Association in Houston, TX. I also have had numerous patterns and books published. My book "A Thread Runs Through It," is based on my one-woman play, which was presented to many guilds. Some quilt classes I teach are on the web at My website also keeps me busy. For almost 17 years I have been presenting an Applique Block of the Month at