Friday, 15 January 2016

FREE BOM: Hazel is Launched: Part 1



Are you ready for a gorgeous piecing adventure?
Hazel and Little Hazel are launched today!

You can download the PDF pattern instantly by clicking on either image you see here below, which will automatically start the download. You can also download the pattern from the 'Files" area over in my 'Esther's Blog: Quilt BOM Group"

Before starting anything, please ensure that you have printed to A4 and have checked the 1 inch square test. This month, both Hazel and Little Hazel are working on the same block - the central 8 point star. Hazel is a diagonal quilt, with the centre block set on point. Little Hazel is a horizontal quilt. These quilts use the same size blocks, so if you get addicted to piecing these blocks, you can carry on and 'upgrade' to the larger quilt. Tomorrow I'll be sharing images of how I made the central 8 point star right here on my blog, so be sure to stop by and have a look!
This is an active link: click to download LITTLE HAZEL Part 1
This is an active link: click to download  HAZEL Part 1


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Now you've got your piecing BOM for the year started, 
how about some fabulous applique? 

I've just announced my latest applique adventure 
It's called Sweet 2016 and it's a lot of fun.

Why not join the fabric party?


8 comments:

  1. Thank you, Esther! I managed to download little Hazel successfully!

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  2. G'day Esther,
    Downloaded OK for me too - Now just to choose which one to do! In the meantime.. I had better get my skates on and finish Oma's Blues!!! - Cheers Wendy

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  3. Thanks Esther! Time now to enjoy choosing the fabrics!

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  4. Thanks Esther! Time now to enjoy choosing the fabrics!

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  5. Beautiful quilt--I fear it is beyond my skill level

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  6. Thank you for sharing your work; appreciate all the effort. Happy New Year to you!

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  7. Thank you so much for providing the links here on your site. I was afraid that your move to Facebook would mean I no longer had access to your wonderful patterns. I'm looking forward to making one of these new quilts. Just have to decide what size I want to attempt.

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