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In 2010, TQS will treat you to not one, but two Sue Garman Block-of-the-Month quilts! Both quilts--one applique and one pieced--are bright and cheery, sure to be showstoppers on a bed or wall. Once again, Sue will offer lots of instruction and tips along with the patterns. Be ready: This is "the year of quilting" as Sue helps you enliven your quilts with many quilting options.

Don't miss out on the fun and learning available to you through the TQS BOM quilting community. Click here for the fabric requirements so you can be ready when we launch both patterns on January 1, 2010. (Word to the wise: We sold out our 2009 BOM quilts quickly, so be sure to get your 2010 kit(s) early by visiting the TQS Shoppe.) We are very excited to offer you this opportunity and look forward to you seeing your work as the year progresses.

TOPIC: January 2010

31 Dec 2009 22:48 #41671

  • lou19
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I just love your finished quilt in neutral colors. How long did it take you to do? It is absolutely terrific that you have posted your pictures and instructions, and this should be most helpful to me. I love bright and warm colors, so I shall have to to view the instructions and decide on my color scheme.
Cheers, Lou
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31 Dec 2009 21:10 #41670

I had decided not to do this BOM and concentrate on some others that I let slip while doing the 2009 BOM .And then I saw your neutral version and you hooked me .Love it. First the healthy changes ( great idea) and now this.You are amazing!!!
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January 2010 31 Dec 2009 20:20 #41669

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OK, folks! We start another great star quilt called STAR CRAZY, but this is not quite as ambitious as last year. Once again, I was able to pre-test Sue's patterns, and once again, I made many changes from hers. My palette is neutral so value was more important than color for me. If you are interested, you can see how I worked on this quilt in my Webshots tutorial here:
and here:

Sue and I are looking forward to seeing what colors you decide to work with!

If you have questions and/or comments, please post them here so we can work them out together.


It's Not What You Gather, But What You Scatter
That Tells What Kind Of Life You Have Lived !
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