I had started a BOM back in 2006. 2006, that's almost 8 years ago! Oh my!!! Moving on, I dug it out when I had gotten out the UFO BOM Prairie Primrose. They are both from Homestead Hearth, as you can see from the print out I have from their website back in 2006. This UFO BOM is called Chocolat Legacy using Moda's Chocolat line of fabric.
It works like a round a round type of quilt, where you make center blocks and add a round of different blocks and then another round of different blocks until you achieve the size of the quilt. Below is a picture depiction of the finished quilt.
Back in 2006, when the BOM started, I did manage to get the center blocks done. There are four blocks that are sewn together to be the focal point of the quilt.
When I dug this one out, I found that somehow I misplaced month three, so I had to go on an internet on a hunt for some of the fabric line, Moda Chocolat. I ended up using a Fat Quarter 6 piece collection from Moda Double Chocolat and some pieces out of three charm packs in the Moda Chocolat line. Month 2 was completed, which consists of 6 of the twelve blocks that are the second round of the quilt. Month 3 is the remainder 6 blocks of the twelve. Here are 8 of these blocks completed, as I am working on the remainder of theses in between all the projects I have on my schedule.
Speaking of what is on my schedule, here is John Q quilt top almost completed. After talking with the client, I am needing to add three more sections, on each side and at the bottom, to make it the size they want it to be for their bed. I did get the sections laid out, and one has been sewn, but I need to finish the other two sections, and get them sewn onto the main piece. I am hoping to be quilting it this coming week.
I also have a commissioned baby quilt to make for a repeat customer, some college themed pot holders for an Etsy customer, and three zippered pouches for another customer. Whew, I am so thankful for this work that has come my way. I am grateful that I can stay at home and work at what I so enjoy. God is good.