Thursday, September 2, 2010

Folk Art Tribute BOM


How about a new FREE BOM? The quilt is called Folk Art Tribute. I will show it in 2 different colorways. One in a traditional colorway and the other in what I call Fresh. Fresh is a little brighter. This time around I am using Google docs to host the templates. This should eliminate the problems we had with Scrbd. The blocks for this quilt will vary in size and complexity. This first block is 12"x12" finished and is pretty simple. Some of the blocks are quite large- 12" x 48".
I think this will be a fun quilt to stitch. Once again, I encourage everyone to USE YOUR STASH. Keep it free if you can. Both of my colorways will be made entirely from my stash. However, there are no rules. So if you feel the need to shop for fabric, go for it. CLICK HERE for the templates.
Happy Quilting
Dawn

25 comments:

  1. Dawn, thanks for the pattern. I just printed it out and dreaming about colors and fabrics I'll be choosing.
    Again, Thanks ! ! !
    Hugs & ♥♥♥s,
    Gerry

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  2. Thank you so much. I am printing this out. How fun this will be.

    Oh and I just ordered your new book :D

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  3. Dawn, I love this first block. I haven't done any hand applique in many, many months - nothing has spoken to me. This block speaks very loudly to me so I hope you don't mind that I play along. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  4. I have never done a hand applique BOM, but this one sure got my attention. I think I am going to try it. Thank you. Winona

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  5. Thank you! I love the first block and am looking forward to the next.
    I would like to put a link on my blog, will you have a button available?
    Dutch hugs

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  6. Thanks for sharing your BOM with everyone, love the heart/bird block. Since I don't hand applique mine will be done using machine blanket stitch.

    Marie in Oregon
    mariebeers@hotmail.com

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  7. Thanks Dawn and this block is fabulous :) I look forward to the rest of the blocks. :) Thanks :)

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  8. Thank you Dawn. Cute block. I have downloaded it and I am looking forward to more. :)

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  9. Love the first block. Thanks for offering the BOM Dawn. Looks like it's going to be a fun one to follow.

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  10. Well, you did it again! How cute is the first block? Stinking cute! I cannot wait to start on this! Keep them coming...

    Plus, isn't Google Docs the best??

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  11. I am so excited. Just downloaded and will dream of picking fabrics this weekend.
    Thank you for another wonderful bom.
    Karen

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  12. Thank you for sharing your wonderful BOM. I can't wait to start!

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  13. Thanks Dawn! I got this first block all stitched up already and can't wait for the next one!

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  14. Thanks, Dawn! Looking forward to stitching this one! Thanks for sharing your talents with us!

    Billie in MD =-)

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  15. what a sweet block. I loved seeing it in different colors ways

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  16. Hello Dawn,

    Thank you so much for what appears to be a great Block of the Month. How big will it be?
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  17. Thanks so much for the free pattern! This will be fun!!
    Kathy in MA

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  18. Thanks for the FREE pattern... I am ready to get started. I LOVED your workshop today at Sew Sweet Quilt Shop... You were GRAND.

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  19. Thanks Dawn, I just printed it out. I love applique and will have fun with this darling design.

    Thanks for sharing. Carolyn from Des Moines, Iowa

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  20. Very pretty block, thank you. I also love yoru new book!

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  21. Thank you very much Dawn, I put the link in my blog ansd I wil follow it!

    warm greetings, jeannet

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  22. Just wanted to let you know that after viewing your free BOM that I placed a wholesale order to carry your book in my shop. I hope it sells well.

    AM

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  23. Thank you so much. I love folk art, and the first four blocks look great!

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