Posted by: Toni | August 10, 2009

My dream one day….

is to make this:

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This Halloween Baltimore Album quilt is more specular in person.  I got to see it at Quilt Market and completely forgot about it until Betsy mentioned it the other day.

I need to save up $78 just to purchase this pattern, but I know I will be starting it before the end of the year.

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  1. I bought this pattern and did one block. I love needleturn applique and even teach needleturn to ladies in my quilt guild. This pattern would be better done at a fuse down and machine applique as many pieces are too small. I plan to enlarge the pattern and continue doing it in needleturn applique. It is a beautiful pattern and I will finished it!!!!!
    I am doing the needleturn Santas from the Classic Santas, The Kinship Series, BOM from Quakertown Quilt, INc.
    They are beautiful.

  2. Toni I am so sorry that I made you spent so much money.
    It is so you though.

  3. I must agree with Betsy, this pattern screams “Toni”. $78 for a pattern, gee that sounds steep. You will have a blast making this quilt.

  4. Wonderful, but you need to think that it will be a project you work with over a time. This sort of work is not an “over night”-work. But if you are like me, the smaller, the better. Good luck.

  5. I love that pattern – and have so far avoided purchasing it. But it looks like it would be so much fun to make!

  6. Oh my!!! It is gorgeous!!!!

  7. Ooo! I saw this at Quilt Market last fall and was blown away! I was this close to signing up for the BOM! I can’t wait to see what direction you take with it. 🙂


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