Thursday, December 18, 2014

2015 free BOM preview...

I'm stitching with red thread, and I can't stop smiling.

Why?

Because I'm working on the free BOM I'll be sharing with you in 2015!

"My Vintage Kitchen"



It's all a part of...

...and I'll have a small number of kits for Australians to purchase in case some of you are interested in using the same fabric as my original.
It's an old line by Michael Miller, "Home Ec", and was the inspiration behind this design.
It is still available in the USA from HERE...

(can't tell you exactly how much of the feature fabric you will need as I'm still working out the final display and I'm fussy cutting the borders, but if you are in a rush to get some I'd say 1 yard will be plenty for the two fussy cut sections and for binding the small wall quilt)
What do you think?
Will you be stitching along?

Starts in January.

hugs


54 comments:

  1. Oh that is going to be cute. Love the fabric you are using. I have a friend that does all of her embroider in red.

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  2. Count me in!! This sounds just like what I need for the new year!

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  3. I love that fabric Jenny. I am curious to see the BOM.

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  4. How many yards of the Home EC fabric will we need Jenny?

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  5. Yes, I will be stitching along! And, I would love a kit of the same fabric you used! I am absolutely loving ALL of your designs and your love of God that you share with us! You are a real gem!

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  6. OH Jenny, This is going to be a very sweet BOM and lots of fun. Red work is so timeless and very retro; one of my favourite types of stitchery. Thankyou for your kindness in providing it for free. Christmas blessings

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  7. Count me is for sure! I love vintage kitchen anything.

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  8. Yes Mam... Love Vintage kitchen...

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  9. This is enticing - thinking it will be on my to do list!

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  10. Barbara, I can't tell you exactly how much of the feature fabric you will need as I'm still working out the final display and I'm fussy cutting the borders, but if you are in a rush to get some I'd say 1 yard will be plenty.
    hugs
    Jenny

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  11. Oh dear! As if I haven't got enough stitching to do already hehehehehe. Ofcourse I'll be joining in.Thanks for sharing.

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  12. I am anxious to see your BOM. Lovely fabric and I love red embroidery. Looking forward to 2015! Happy Holidays!

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  13. Oh yes, I want in on this one! I would love to get the fabric if you ship to the US. It's adorable and I'm sure the BOM will be, too. Everything you make and design is wonderful. Thank you for sharing your talents and patterns with us!

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  14. A year of Gentle Domesticity is a wonderful way to honor all we do from day to day.

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  15. Oh, yes, I believe I will! I will have to look for the fabric right away ... after Christmas!

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  16. Looking forward to joining you on this project. Fabric ordered :)

    xxx

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  17. How pretty! I just ordered a yard of the fabric so you can count me in LOL!
    Maria Mc

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  18. That's it. I just won't sleep in 2015 - there are so many wonderful things to stitch and this one is going to be irresistible. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.

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  19. I am so excited for the 2015 BOM - it looks adorable! I just bought a yard of the Michael Miller Home Ec fabric LOL!

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  20. I'm definitely joining in with this - looks wonderful. Can I order a kit from you Jenny when they're available please?

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  21. Yes please Jen ..,,,looks like Fun ....woo hoo xxx thankyou

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  22. This is going to be gorgeous, Jenny.

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  23. I love all things vintage; especially kitchens and sewing notions. I believe that I will be sewing along with you in 2015! Thanks for being so creative, and sharing with us!

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  24. sounds wonderful jenny,you are so very clever my friend.xx

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  25. vai ficar muito bonito!!!! Com certeza!!! abraços cá de Portugal!

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  26. I just love, love, love this Vintage Kitchen Fabric and have been looking all over for it. Can't wait to see what you will make with it Jenny!

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  27. This fabric would could so nice in my kitchen. I would love a kit !!!
    Can't wait to see the blocks.

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  28. Oh, cute! I plan to stitch along too.

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  29. Very cute. I'm excited. I've been looking for a stitchery project in 2015 and this one looks perfect.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  30. Oh yes!!! Îm french, si sorry for my english.
    It was à good news!!!
    Thanks
    Joëlle

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  31. I love this idea, I will take part of it.

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  32. Das sieht ja super schön aus. Ich bin gespannt.
    Ganz liebe Grüße Annerose

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  33. Oh, how fun..especially since I have a few yards of this fabric that I bought awhile ago on a whim because I love "retro" kitchens. Can't wait to see the BOM and stitch along.

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  34. Christmas greetings. It looks just lovely; I love redwork - plz count me in.

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  35. Looks like fun. Going shopping for fabric.
    Nora

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  36. Love your sneak peek...I will plan to stitch along :)

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  37. I LOVE red thread too! I'm looking forward to next year's project. I am still, however, trying to finish up the Lord's Prayer as a Christmas gift.

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  38. I am so looking forward to this. I love everything you make.

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  39. Hi Jenny ... I will be joining this adorable BOM your starting in January ... thanks :)

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  40. Heck yeah, I will! That looks fun!

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  41. I love the fabric and the red embroidery. I'm going to do this BOM! Thank You for sharing your gifts! God bless you and Merry Christmas! Pamela

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  42. Yay for red work and the 2015 BOM - what fun!

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  43. I recently found your blog through IG and I love your work! I would love to participate in the BOM!! Thank you!

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  44. I am excited to take part in a SAL FOR this lovely project.
    Thank you!
    Margaret

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  45. I am quite excited about joining in the BOM!! I love embroidery, and think the fabric is so delightful!! Brings back memories of my dear mom. I so enjoy your blog! Love your photography and your designs!! I agree--thank so much for sharing your gifts with us! Merry Christmas!

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  46. This looks like fun! Even though I already have so many UFO's to do, please count me in. I love your stitching designs Jenny, and the way you share your love of God in your blogs and stitchery. Thank you for making this a free BOM. Have a blessed Christmas with your family.

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  47. Jenny,
    These are just beautiful. Don't know if I'all be able to keep up, but I'll try. Gentle domesticity is such a nice theme... maybe that will help me focus. Merry Christmas.
    Hugs,
    Capi

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  48. Ficará lindo como tudo o que você faz.
    Feliz Natal!

    abraços - Brasil

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  49. Amo seus trabalhos... adoro seu ponto atrás... é perfeito.
    Feliz 2015.
    Marina - Brasil

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  50. I'm really looking forward to your stitch along BOM Jenny. I managed to source the MM Home Ec fabric here in the UK via EBay, and as I received a new sewing machine for Christmas, I'm ready to play ! I've also signed up for your newsletter. 2015 promises to be a great sewing year !

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    Wynneth
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  51. Is it too late to participate in the BOM? I'm redoing my kitchen in Vintage 50's so this would go so nicely with it! Kate

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  52. Kate, I share one block each month. You can join in anytime. Just click on the BOM button in my sidebar and it will take you to the blog posts. :-)

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