Are you looking for a BOM in 2018? I thought I would share with you my experience with the 2017 BOM by Sarah Fielke .
The 2017 BOM is called Down The Rabbit Hole. Sarah Fielke's BOMs are kind of special in the way they work. You have a sketch of the final quilt given but no measurements and the borders and motifs are not drawn to size. But you have an idea of what the quilt will look like at the end when you sign up. This was the sketch which has tempted me.
Each month, you get a very detailed document with lots of explanations, all the measurements and photos to explain everything. It is like a class document and each month contains many pages in a .pdf format. But the real bonus are the videos where Sarah shows all the techniques that are explained in the .pdf document. I am not a beginner quilter and yet I have learnt a lot. I am also certain that a beginner quilter can achieve great results!
Let me show you my progress all along this year.
This was after 5 months.
Two borders have been added on the following photo.
I am now working on the following large borders with the jumping and sitting rabbits. I started with the flower in the middle of the border.
Moreover there were bonus patterns throughout the year which is also great! The Hussif I blogged about last February was one of the bonus pattern.
Many versions are done with bright modern fabrics by quilters from all around the world. I have, on the contrary, chosen to work with repro fabrics and to work with my stash only, apart from the background fabrics. It was a challenge but it has been a real stash buster and I have discovered some treasures I had completely forgotten about!!!
This year, there are 2 BOMs offered! Looks like it is going to be another fabulous year! The quilts this year are called : Simple Folk and the Grasshopper and the registrations are now open. You can clik on the image to learn more or even watch Sarah's introduction video.
I will post photos of my Down The Rabbit Hole quilt when it is finished.
Your quilt is astounding! I love your choice of fabrics it's gives the quilt a look all it's own, I never cease to be amazed how fabric choice can make the same quilt so completely different. I just love it.ReplyDelete
Hi, David - I have really enjoyed watching your Down the Rabbit Hole grow. Your fabric choices are truly wonderful. Mine got stalled by Life just before the "twisty" border. I'm looking forward to getting back into it so I can get my rabbits chosen and started!ReplyDelete
Hi, your work is amazing. I just love it. Congratulations.ReplyDelete
What a lovely quilt! You must have a great stash to be able to come up with this wonderful combination of fabrics. So nice!ReplyDelete
Great result, David! Thank you for this post, very tempting :)ReplyDelete
C'est superbe !ReplyDelete
Quelle taille à ce quilt? il semble déjà avoir une belle dimension !
Bravo pour cette magnifique réalisation
Your quilting is amazing!ReplyDelete
I can't wait to see your new project.
Your quilt is gorgeous! I don't quilt anymore (I cross stitch!), but I love to look at the beautiful quilts created by others.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Your stitching and fabric choices have made this wonderful design a hand crafted work of art!ReplyDelete
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Thank you for the links... your quilt is amazing!ReplyDelete
Whaou David bravo pour ton travail ! Belle avancée, couleurs toujours aussi harmonieuses, travail superbe. Bravo ! Bravo !ReplyDelete
Nous avons suivi avec grand plaisir tes avancées tout au long de l'année...vas-tu y'inscrire à nouveau pour l'année 2018 ?? That is the question... :)ReplyDelete
Félicitations pour ce beau top qui prend forme d'autant plus que tu l'as réalisé avec tes propres tissus !
Your quilt is looking so good. A friend of mine is working at completing the same pattern, except where you have rabbits, she has used foxes. So I suppose she can't call it 'Down the rabbit hole'!ReplyDelete
You're tempting me!ReplyDelete
OH MY HOW BEAUTIFUL!ReplyDelete
Thank you for your comment! It's also been a great reminder for me to post about the finished quilt ;-)Delete