Friday, September 30, 2016

One Block Wonders Final Link Up and GiveAway

Well it's that time....the One Block Wonders BOM is wrapping up. 
I hope you have enjoyed the year and the final block!


It has been a lot of work, and a lot of fun. 
I have learned so much, virtually met some great people, and I have loved seeing my designed through your creations.

Rainbow Stacks Quilt

I couldn't have done it without all of you

Shattered Quilt

Topographical Quilt
Brilliant Clusters Quilt


or without all the support from all my fantastic Sponsors.....
Please don't forget to stop by their FB pages and let them know how much you appreciated them during the One Block Wonders BOM!!




Fabric Bundle


Fabric Bundle




$50 Gif Certificate




Fabric Bundle Cheeky Pumpkins




$30 Gift Certificate




Fabric Bundle



$25 Gift Certificate


I am working on getting all the full sized patterns written up and posted in my Craftsy Pattern Shop, so if you aren't following my blog you might want to either follow by email or bloglovin to keep up to date on what's happening and pattern releases! Either option is in my sidebar. ;)

Blessing Quilt
Around the Block Quilt
Hugs & Kisses Quilt
One Plus One Quilt
Diamond Path Quilt
May Blooms Quilt

That's most of the patterns and quilts from our One Block Wonders BOM journey...
some have some have been gifted, one donated to a good cause, and a few still need to be quilted....

And a couple of them are on their way to Quilt Market in Houston in October!!! So excited about that!! ( if you happen to be their and see them link me in on an IG picture @upstairshobbyroom)

Link ups are below, I can't wait to see what you have created with this months block....

Thank you all again from the bottom of my heart for making this year amazing!!


Just a few tidbits of information.....
Everyone is welcome to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway, though some of the prizes are only available to be shipped within Canada and US, I will randomly draw names and figure it out by location!!

All my sewers make sure you link up your block or project, and let me know in the Rafflecopter giveaway for extra draws!! 

The contest is running for 2 weeks and you can enter everyday for more chances....look for that option in the Rafflecopter!!

I may not reply to every comment, but know that I have read them and appreciate you coming by and celebrating with me! If you ask a question, know that I will answer!!


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71 comments:

  1. How about a Curved Piecing BOM? I need more practice and would enjoy the challenge! I am in the USA!

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  2. I would also like yo practice more curved piecing! I am in Norway.

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  3. I would also like yo practice more curved piecing! I am in Norway.

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  4. Hmmm... Not sure! I loved all your BOM projects this time, but too many other irons in the fire to truly join in. Not curved piecing though! Lol. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  5. Are you really thinking of hosting another BOM?! I was planning on 2017 to be my year to FMQ all the wonderful tops I made during this year's BOM. How about a BOM that uses all the wonderful gadgets we buy? Or one that focuses on how to quilt the blocks?

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  6. USA I really enjoy following your BOM's I know that I would like practice in curves and I have not done dresdens yet

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  7. Thanks so much for this great BOM. I didn't get anywhere near as many going as I would have liked, but the process was fun - lots of inspiration. I'm in Canada!! The majority seems to be for curved piecing, which is great also, or using up precuts, like charms, layer cakes, etc. It's all good!

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  8. Gee, theme? Maybe several kinds of improv? Curves are also fun. I'm in Canada.

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  9. HI FROM THE USA!
    SEASONAL SOUNDS NEAT TO ME TOO!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  10. Improv curves would be great. I'm in Canada.

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  11. I'd love to see curves as a theme. I am from Canada!!

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  12. CANADA - I WOULD LOVE SOMETHING MODERN DISNEY THEMED FOR A BOM

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  13. I like what you have been doing, so all I can say is "more of the same" Hi from New Zealand.

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  15. I love your creations! I'd like to learn more about the color wheel. How about a color combination theme? Complementary, tertiary, split complementary, etc. USA

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  16. I would like to do a begining curved BOM! thank you from Michigan - !

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  17. Hi from USA!!! :)
    I would love to do curves as well....tho not a hard pattern! lol

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  18. I'm new to quilting so don't know enough to suggest a BOM. I live in Florida.
    Thanks, Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  19. I also need more pratice with curves .

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  20. I say do what you like and makes you happy. The rest of us will follow. I love geometrics of all kinds.

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  21. Stars are my favorite and I am from the USA,

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  22. USA - simple and fun! Make it easy on you and me. I have so many UFO's that a finish challenge would be fun too!

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  23. I would like curves BOM.

    From Slovenia

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  24. A scrappy pieced quilt, so I can use up my abundant scraps. USA

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  26. This has been fascinating to follow along, I love seeing all the fabric choices. How about a series on using layer cakes and charm squares. Canada (Port Hope Ontario)

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  27. I'm so sad One block wonders is coming to and end...but happy to hear you'll be doing another BOM!
    I'm open to anything, but I do like a good mystery quilt!
    New Jersey, USA

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  29. Thanks for planning another BOM, how about blocks with a modern twist and some with curves. From Canada.

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  30. Maybe seasonal mini's? Perhaps not even monthly, but every other month? I'm from Oregon, USA.

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  31. Another vote for curved piecing. I am from Ontario, Canada

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  32. I`m from Spain.I would love a mix because I don´t like curves or a Christmas quilt or a seasonal quilt.

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  33. Hmmm... So many ideas, maybe just a sampler quilt, with different techniques used in each block, like curves in one, paper piecing for another, applique, etc... I like doing different things so this sounds like fun to me. I am from Montana, USA.
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks!

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  34. How about a seasonal bom? πŸ¦ƒπŸ‚πŸπŸŽƒπŸŒž❄️☃️☔️πŸ’¦πŸ–πŸŒŠπŸŽ…πŸ»USA

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  35. These blocks, each set, have been fantastic, and with other options, and so many colourways, wonderful to see what other quilters have chosen for their fabrics. I haven't joined in every one, but so enjoyed the ones I did. 2017, another set? You are a whizz, and I hope we will get the chance to join in again. New Zealand, down here we are in springtime, bulbs flowering, cherry tree buds almost in blossom, green grass growing, and warmer days.

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  36. I agree with others...something with curves would be fun!!! I'm in the USA

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  37. Beautiful quilts, thanks for sharing! No ideas on next BOM, I live in USA
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  38. Hello from Nova Scotia, just found your blog. new to quilting and am just building my stash. Would love to win something. Gorgeous quilts. So much unbelievable talent in Canada!

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  39. Although I didn't play along each month, it's been fun following. I have a finished top for September's block and hope to have it quilted before Friday's deadline. I don't know what theme I'd like, but something that can be accomplished easily. Representing Nova Scotia, Canada.

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  40. More of the same BOM. from USA

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  41. lovely quilts - BOM theme - perhaps water using different techniques for each block! :) Alabama
    mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  42. A sampler quilt highlighting different techniques, starting easiest to hardest.Here from the USA

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  43. Love the look of curved piecing but have not tried it yet.

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  44. I agree - curved piecing is something I'd love to see. It's on my list! I'm in the US. :)

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  45. I would like a BOM project that I could distribute to 11 friends and end up with a complete quilt in a month's time. Thanks from the USA.

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  46. Curves or scraps are both great ideas! I'm from Canada.

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  47. Curves or English Paper Piecing would be great. I'm in the USA

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  48. Oh my goodness I love the variety from a single block! I'd love a simple curved seam theme for the next go around. Thanks so much for your awesome work! Love from the USA!

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  49. Just found your blog, beautiful quilts.

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  50. Just found your blog, beautiful quilts.

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  51. You have really been busy--beautiful projects!
    bjkaup(at)(abbnebraska)(dot)(com)

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  52. This is my first time here. I love your quilts and will just come back to see what you have chosen for your next BOM. I noticed some people suggested blocks with curves. That sounds interesting and I know curves can be a little intimidating. So the practice would be good. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway!

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  53. I would love a fantasy BOM. I live in the USA.

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  54. I am due a baby in December so maybe something nursery themed- some appliquΓ© possibly x

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  55. Just found your blog - beautiful quilts! I'm on New Zealand

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  56. Just found your blog - beautiful quilts! I'm on New Zealand

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  57. curved piecing would be so much fun, I'm in France

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  58. I love the brightly colored quilts! They just make me so happy. I am in the USA.

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  59. Love your quilts, so exciting to go to Quilt Market!! I'm in Canada

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  60. It's been great watching your journey this year. I just wish I'd had time to partake in some. After reading some comments I like the idea of using precuts, but ultimately you shiuld do what inspires you the most. I'm in Canada.

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  61. Wow! Your quilts are stunning. Each one of them pops. I need to learn curves. USA

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