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eparys replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 7:49 AM

Kris:

Judy,

it is Pam Bono. Send me your email address in a private message. I'll send you the pattern.

Glad Kris knew what it was!! 

 

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Mimi replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 9:20 AM

Kris:
it is Pam Bono.

Thanks for finding this for Judy and keeping me from thinking I was crazy.  LOL

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Kris

Sent you a PM


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Kris AND Judy,

Thanks for letting us know about this pattern.  I was able to find it on Pam Bono's web site.

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stitcheraz:

Kris AND Judy,

Thanks for letting us know about this pattern.  I was able to find it on Pam Bono's web site. stitcheraz

 

I just registered on her site but didn't buy the membership. Lots of great free patterns and now I see the one I was looking for. Thanks to Kris for that. I can't wait to cut out the pattern, I have the gorgeous Hoffman Holiday Fat Quarter Collection  and jelly strips which will be perfect.

 


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Bev replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 4:04 PM

Judy, how did you register without buying the membership? The first page I get ask for a credit card number?  I am glad Kris found your pattern for you. It looks like it won't take you long to make it.

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Bev :

Judy, how did you register without buying the membership? The first page I get ask for a credit card number?  I am glad Kris found your pattern for you. It looks like it won't take you long to make it.

 

Bev, the first page just asks for the name on your credit card. No number.  I haven't taken the time to really look through her website and read just what you get for the $40 per year membership fee. 


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Bev :

Judy, how did you register without buying the membership? The first page I get ask for a credit card number?  I am glad Kris found your pattern for you. It looks like it won't take you long to make it.

 

Bev, the first page just asks for the name on your credit card. No number.  I haven't taken the time to really look through her website and read just what you get for the $40 per year membership fee. 


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Kris replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 4:34 PM

I've been a member of Pam's Club for a couple years. I really like her patterns. Members get a ton of free patterns and deep discounts in her shop. She has a BOM and a mystery BOM going. Lots of video tutorials too. 

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Kris:

I've been a member of Pam's Club for a couple years. I really like her patterns. Members get a ton of free patterns and deep discounts in her shop. She has a BOM and a mystery BOM going. Lots of video tutorials too.

 

If I joined I wonder if it would be similar to all the classes I signed up for on Craftsy and haven't used yet. LOL

 


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Bev replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 4:53 PM

Thanks Judy  for pointing that out about the CC info. Kris, I saw a bunch of patterns I like that would be free with a paid membership and will be thinking about it.

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ls2116 replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 5:47 PM

After seeing your pic of it I can also picture a tree skirt or table cloth,  guess i have to check for Pam Bono patterns.

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Pam's stuff is beautiful. I have several of her books that aren't in print any more. The patterns in the books can be purchased individually on her website. Members get tons of free stuff. Enough to keep you busy for years to come. 

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Nana replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 8:03 PM

I love Pam Bono designs but I am not really fond of her itty bitty pieces on some of her patterns....LOL>   I think some of them would be much easier if they were paper pieced.

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MNnancy replied on Thu, Sep 5 2013 8:20 PM

Judy T-Bellingham:
If I joined I wonder if it would be similar to all the classes I signed up for on Craftsy and haven't used yet.

Groan...  that's exactly what I was thinking as I read Kris's comment.  I joined "The Quilt Show" for a year, too, and never watched their videos.


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