2012 LQS BOM – Provence and Asian

Provence
9/22/18

The Details:

Started in 01/2012

 

The Story: 

Started in 01/2012 with my Local Quilt Shops as a BOM. They offered two fabric choices – Provence and Asian.  I couldn’t decide between the two so I chose both.  I haven’t looked at this project in so long that I cannot remember which one was Asian and which one was Provence.  I hope I kept a note as to which was which in the project bag.  I know one of them is more than half done.  The other only has 2 or 3 blocks done. I was working primarily on the Provence colorway in 2012 so I continued with this one below.

 

Provence Block 5 5/22/2016

Provence
Block 5
5/22/2016

 

Provence Block 10 6/3/2016

Provence
Block 10
6/3/2016

 

Provence Block 12 Finished! 7/19/2016

Provence
Block 12
Finished!
7/19/2016

Provence The beginnings of the alternating blocks that need to be pressed 6/11/2016

Provence
The beginnings of the alternating blocks that need to be pressed
6/11/2016

Provence The beginnings of the alternating blocks 6/11/2016

Provence
The beginnings of the alternating blocks
6/11/2016

Provence Alternate Blocks 10/18/16

Provence
Alternate Blocks
10/18/16

Provence Alternate Blocks 10/24/16

Provence
Alternate Blocks
10/24/16

Provence 11/23/2016

Provence – all blocks laid out
11/23/2016

 

Provence Organized to piece the blocks together 11/23/2016

Provence
Organized to piece the blocks together
11/23/2016

Provence 12/7/2016

Provence – pairs of blocks pieced together.
12/7/2016

Provence
9/22/18

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