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Bring Me Flowers BOM update!

Another sneak peak of the current block of the month, Bring Me Flowers.
I have been hard at work here in the UAE getting the quilt together, and adding the borders so for those already participating this is what you're working on.

Unfortunately the program filled really quickly but the good news is we’re doing a Round 2 option. 
Round 2 will have a number of replacement fabrics, so this is something to keep in mind. I will be picking fabrics that work beautifully in the quilt that keep the look and feel of the original.

It will be a 12 month program, $40 per month ($45AUD per month for international customers). This price includes fabrics for quilt top, pattern, postage and handling.

E-mail Lucy at to sign up.
The next mail out is later this week.

Happy Stitching,


Sharon Eshlaman said…
I'm waiting for block number 3 to arrive in a couple of weeks - I'm so excited. The fabrics are beautiful and I'm having a great time. The quilt is going to be gorgeous. Thanks
Jenny M said…
Gorgeous pattern Jen, but I dare not start another, as I already have 2 of your previous patterns that I have only just picked out fabrics for!
Zephyrael003 said…
It is lovely! I love your design and colour and texture choices!
I would love to sign up but I have to knock out some UFO's first :(
Absolutely amazing Jenny. Your talent never fails to amaze me!
Hope you have a great day! Marie x
Rachael said…
Beautiful quilt, any chance we can get just the pattern? I would love to have the patterns for Gypsy Wife and Bring Me Flowers.

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