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TOPIC: Finished 2008 Bouquets BOM by Sue Garman

20 Sep 2009 08:56 #38545

I got mine finished, and showed it in the Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild show this weekend. Didn't win a ribbon, didn't expect to, but it was a great learning experience and I'm proud of the results....the picture will be posted either this evening or tomorrow. What a great experience :D
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16 Sep 2009 22:05 #38469

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Hooray for you! I can't wait to see it. Karen
Lyndhurst, Ohio USA - East Side Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
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16 Sep 2009 21:35 #38468

yea! Lorna! Doesn't it feel great to be done! I hope you get a ribbon!

Maggie in E. Central Illinois
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16 Sep 2009 21:01 #38465

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Lorna, Congratulations on finishing your TQS 2008 BOM quilt. I am anxious to see it, please post a picture as soon as you can.

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16 Sep 2009 20:02 #38460

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Good for you, Lorna! It's always fun to see your own quilt hanging in a show! Post a photo for us! Maybe in a Member Blog?


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16 Sep 2009 19:57 #38458

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Woohoo! I finished sewing the binding, label and sleeve on my 2008 TQS BOM quilt a couple nights ago. Not a moment too soon! It was due the next day for a local quilt show. I'll post a picture after I take one at the show. I figured it would be easier while it is hanging there. Yeah!!

Lorna
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14 Sep 2009 16:06 #38402

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Great quilt Mike! It looks like (other than the 9 patch corner blocks) you finished nearly like Sue's and mine.

I've been amazed at the border creativity of finished quilts! Makes me think outside the box.

Congrats on the ribbon!
Lynn
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14 Sep 2009 11:08 #38393

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Hey Kathy!
The R2C show isn't just for BOMs. For the Daily Blog about the show and the contest rules do a search (last 90 days) on the Daily Blog page for Road to California. It will give you the info you need.

Hope that helps!


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14 Sep 2009 10:40 #38391

Has anyone got info about the completed 2008 BOM's going to the Road to California show early 2010? I noticed the deadline to submit quilts for entry is Oct 1st, and I'm not quite done with mine yet, panic time! I remember Alex telling us the lady who runs the show is going to reserve a special area to show these quilts, and haven't heard anything since. Anyone heard?

Kathy B.
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15 Aug 2009 10:55 #37604

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Mike, Congratulations. A beautiful quilt. A well deserved ribbon. Pam


In leafy Berkshire, south of England.
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Sue is not a quilter 14 Aug 2009 22:32 #37600

Nope - she is an avid reader - and a Minnesota Twins fan - but not a quilter. But..she is the one who keeps me (or tries to keep me) organized! Our Quilt EXPO opened today - and we got word that Terry Atkinson and her husband Kirk will be dropping in Saturday afternoon. Pretty exciting for Blue Earth!
Best wishes,
Mike
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13 Aug 2009 22:07 #37570

Congratulations, Mike!!! All of your other quilts are beautiful, too. Does your wife quilt too? Judy in Torrance
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11 Aug 2009 14:07 #37522

Hi everyone --

WOW!!! It's so exciting to see all the BOM-ers winning ribbons! Well... I should not be surprised. The work that you have all done and the creativity that you've put into your work is AWESOME! Keep up the good work -- it's worth it!

Sue Garman
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11 Aug 2009 12:09 #37519

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Congratulations, Mike!! It sure does look pretty with that big purple ribbon!!!


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