Monday, August 13, 2012

Well it's Monday . . .

that means it's time for another BOM Rehab update!

I hope you're not getting bored with these Northern Lights blocks, I'm not getting bored piecing them.  Probably because I'm doing one a week.  And it doesn't even take more than a couple of hours to cut and piece each one of  these blocks, which are huge, 16 1/2".


So now I'm up to 5 focus blocks pieced, two more to go!

And here is a general idea of what it's going to look like when it's set.


Just in case you're new to my blog, the pattern is Northern Lights by Marti Michell.


Last week I was a winner for Sinta's monthly BOM Rehab drawing, woo hoo!  If you have a BOM you could drag out of your closet and work on, do it, and join in the fun.  


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8 comments:

  1. Looking great!
    I don't have any BOM's...can you believe it?!? I only ever tried it once, and I have finished the quilt top (not the quilting yet) but I really missed picking out my own fabric. That's one of my favorite parts, so I haven't been too tempted by BOM's (I must admit I did love some of the Fat Quarter clubs BOM's but the cost of mailing to Canada keeps me in check!)

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  2. Those are big. :) Gorgeous blocks, lovely muted fabrics.

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  3. I do have a BOM, but sadly I'll still have to put it aside until maybe February:-( Too much on my plate, but I sure do enjoy seeing yours go together--you're an inspiration! XOXO

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  4. I like seeing your weekly BOM - it gives me hope that the BOM (complete kit) that I have in a drawer might get pulled out and worked on some day! I like yours a whole lot better than the one I have - that'll give you a clue as to why it's still in the drawer.

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  5. I never tire watching your progress on Northern Lights ! It is GORGEOUS! I also have been working on my BOM Vintage Rouge and only have #4 , #5 & #6 month to go ! I will be done with it October !

    Congrats on be Sinta's winner !!!!

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  6. I'm glad you're finishing this one, Thelma. It's striking in its simplicity.

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  7. Pretty perfect pinwheels! Enjoy seeing your posts on this BOM. It's hard to get motivated to work when I have so many quilt blogs to check into and see what everyone's been doing!! :) Have a great week!

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  8. still lovin these blocks!!!
    i finished two blocks a large and a small bounce they are up on my blog (diana-runswithdogs.blogspot.com)no it is not my indian name lol!
    as well as the quilt i will saying goodbye to next week if you wanna peek

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