WIP for the Skill Builder BOM

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My first time EVER entering a BOM (Block of the Month) Quilt-A-Long! And I am really excited to be participating in this one, as it will last all year long, and the goal is to learn many many techniques and "build up" your quilting skills.
It is hosted and organised by Alyssa Lichner at Pile'O'Fabric.com,whom I have been following since she began her amazing blog. Thank you so much Alyssa for this wonderful QAL!
I went for a white background for these blocks, as I have a lot of spare white, but it also matched best with the small floral prints I wanted to use for this project.
You can view the progress of the BOM and its members at our Flickr Group.

Pile O' Fabric 

Now on this week's statistics

Dresden quilt: no progress
Checkers quilt: no progress
Pinwheel quilt: no progress
Butterfly quilt: no progress
Swoon quilt: piecing the top.
Hexagon quilt: no progress

Summary of this week's stats: 
Completed projects -0
New projects -1
Currently in progress -6
Now it is your turn! Hop over at Freshly Pieced and take a peek on how everyone else is doing.
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


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11 comments :

  1. fun fabrics.  thanks for sharing.

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  2. Those blocks are great. I really love the fabrics you chose.

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  3. I was wondering how these blocks would look with fabrics that were not solids. They look beautiful. Are you curious too about the FMQ lesson tommorow?

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  4. I am dying to see her videos!!! Can't wait to try the quilt-as-you-go method!

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  5. Hi there!  I also blogged about my skill builder blocks last week.  Fun BOM I think.  I have never done one before either.  I love the fabric you picked!

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  6. Love the block .

    leena

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  7. CarlaincrestwoodkyJanuary 31, 2013 at 9:08 PM

    Hi!! I am in the skill builder BOM with you!!! Glad to find your blog!!! Your blocks are very pretty!!! I love your fabrics!!!

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  8. Thank you so much! Rushing to the Flickr Group to search for your progress! Have a nice day

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  9. Hi Zarkadia,
    I love your SBB-Blocks, the fabrics remind me of Liberty/London and the blocks look so fresh with a touch of spring ;-)
    Martina

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  10. Thank you Martina for your kind comments!

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