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Mystery BOM by Jen Kingwell

Do you like surprises? Or simply trust that everything Jen does is pretty freakin' spectacular?!



Well, then the Mystery BOM is for you!



This project is a mix of hand piecing, machine piecing and hand appliqué. Fabrics will be a mix of originals featured in Jen’s quilt and replacement fabric. It will be likeness for likeness (i.e. red check for red check) and we will do our best to make sure it all works as well as it does in Jen’s original quilt.


12 month program.
$40.00 per month for Australian customers. $45.00 AUD per month for international customers. This price includes fabrics for quilt top, pattern, postage and handling – all inclusive cost.

PLACES ARE LIMITED AND FILLING FAST!


Sign up forms can be found HERE
Please return signed form via e-mail or post and we will get you started!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

xo
From the team at Amitie

Comments

Linda F. said…
I live in the US. Can I sign up electronically?
iwan wan said…
Sewing friends are wonderful! I don't have any here in the small town where I live, so I connect virtually with quilters through my blog and Instagram. It's great to have so many like-minded friends, even if I've never actually met any of them!
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JanetBlaze said…
Is there a pattern now available for this quilt and a picture of the finished quilt? This sounded like it was a lot of fun, I wish I had been a part of the mystery.
Staci said…
I am new to BOMs. Is this the Circle Game pattern? Do you send the fabric for each square each month and then we sew it? I'm wanting to do this pattern and am wanting to find the fabrics for it so this would be great.

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