Thursday, 31 December 2015

BOM Time!

It is finally time for my 2016 Free Paper Pieced Sampler BOM Adventurous Stars to begin!

This is my color palette:


And they worked out perfectly for block one:



This is the pattern diagram of block one, it is a quick easy block to make but looks fabulous!


To download the free pattern go to: http://adventurousquilter.yolasite.com/  the button on the top of my left sidebar of this blog can always lead you there if you forget to save the link address.

On Instagram I am using the hashtag #adventurousstars so feel free to use that to share your progress too!

In 2015 the site got about 300+ hits per month as quilters checked in to download the patterns. And as I prepared for 2016s BOM this month and began to get the word out 710 people have hit the site in the 30 days leading up to me writing this post, to either check out the 2016 design or download the final pattern for 2015s quilt. So there is plenty of interest in the free BOMs and that makes me enjoy the process and eager to continue it into the future.

3 comments:

  1. aren't you something! Impressive! This is a great pattern M.

    I forgot you deal with lots more snow than we do here in the DC area. We aren't used to it! How do your little pups find grass?
    LeeAnna

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  2. We do dig the dogs a path in the back yard so that they can see some grass and a tree for the boy dog to cock his leg against. Snow depths are generally deeper in the area our new home is at compared to around the apartment we used to live in but the deepest we've had this year is about 14 inches. Thankfully that's not an everyday event and we get heaps of sunshine on the in between days :-)

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  3. We do dig the dogs a path in the back yard so that they can see some grass and a tree for the boy dog to cock his leg against. Snow depths are generally deeper in the area our new home is at compared to around the apartment we used to live in but the deepest we've had this year is about 14 inches. Thankfully that's not an everyday event and we get heaps of sunshine on the in between days :-)

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