Monday, July 9, 2012

BOM Rehab... You Should Join Us



I had a great time in the Rehab this week!
Lots of fun things going on there!
Let me show you...
I belong to a little group called the Bees Knees.
This is my block for this month.
The person who gets this block, Erika requested
this kind of a feel... but it was a total improv block.
Way out of my norm here... I hope she likes it.

Carol at Carol's Crafty Creations made this 
little embroidery block. She has been SO good
with her Christmas projects... she won't have
any thing to do by the time Christmas arrives... with maybe
the exception of decorating! Really, go over to her blog to
get inspired to start working on some holiday projects of your own!

Over at Esprit Patch Celine has been very busy. She has a few BOM projects
and made several blocks this week!
She also just started a Christmas Block-a-thon from Free Spirit.
You can hop on over to her blog to find out more!



Nicole at Sisters Choice had her challenges this week but 
continued working on her  DM BOM from Fat Quarter Shop! 
Getting one block done (while half asleep) is still one less to make latter!


Here is a beautiful Posy block made by Sandra for her
Vintage Kansas City Star BOM. Her blocks are all turning out gorgeous.

Satu at Quilt Tales has made another block for her DM BOM.
She only has 4 more to finish!!! 


This block is from Fiona the Quilting Fairy. Isn't it beautiful?
Great progress... I would be excited to go on to the next block now...
wouldn't you?


This is just one of Sherry's blocks she made this week in the 
Rehab! She has been super busy with her Bloggers BOM and so much more!
you can see all the blocks she is working on over at Blessings From Our Nest



Although a certain somebody is known for making changes to 
patterns and things...  but this time it wasn't Thelma's fault!
Her BOM did not come with the fabrics that she had
expected... so the project got burred away. Now she
unearthed the project and came up with a new game plan.
Go over to Cupcakes n Daisies to read the saga!
(looks like it's going to have a happy ending).

But that's not all...
Kim went crazy!
This is her new BOM!
She has a very similar story to Thelma's.
But came up with a solution... with stunning results!
And another happy ending. I can't wait to see more of these
blocks! See more about it at A Peach in Stitches blog.

Hope you are off to a good start this week!

3 comments:

Kris said...

Hi Sinta. Great stuff there! You always inspire me!
Hugs,
Kris

prsd4tim2 said...

I'm not in need of BOM rehab, but I could sure use some QAL rehab! I've got blocks and parts of blocks languishing everywhere! Love your improv block. Such wonderful colors!

Michele said...

Wow! These blocks are all so impressive :-) If only I had gotten to mine. There is always next week I suppose! Congrats to everyone :-) Your improv block is outstanding Sinta!!! No doubt she'll love it.