Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Sneaky Peek

Thank you for the well wishes, I am just starting to get back to normal!  This week I am using all spare time to complete my sister's birthday quilt- less than 6 days to get  it done and it is a busy week.  It is also my 2 year blog birthday on Friday and I have a little free pattern prepared for you, a sneak peek below!

I have written three versions:  foundation beginner, freezer paper template beginner and freezer paper template advanced- for those who can rise to the challenge of a Y seam.   In the words of Rolf Harris, "Do you know what it is yet?"  I will reveal all on Friday x
sib blog

19 comments:

  1. I'm really excited for the pattern you are going to share..the sneaky peek looks great.
    Glad to hear that you feel better. :)

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  2. Its quite obviously a pet shop. One that sells jewelery and ducks. Bejeweled ducks perhaps.

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  3. i agree with laura, it has to be a pet shop that sells bejeweled ducks! :) can't wait to see what it is, glad you are feeling better, good luck finishing your sisters quilt! ;)

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  4. I have no idea what it is! But that duck sure is cute:) Happy blog birthday!

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  5. Glad things are getting back to normal again.

    I have no idea!!!

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  6. Glad you're feeling better! I have no idea what it is but are you sure that duck's ok with being suspended by his neck?!

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  7. can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve for us. Glad you are feeling better.

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  8. I have no idea what it is but it sure looks good! Glad to hear you are feeling better :)

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  9. I have no idea what it is but it is cute! And I will give that Y seam a try.

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  10. I am with Helen - worried about the wee hanging duck - choke!!

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  11. All that ducky worry is rather fun - can't wait to see the other animal experimentation!
    Glad you are on the mend x

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  12. I'm guessing a house!

    Glad you're feeling better though, and up to hanging small, defenceless farm animals... ;o)

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  13. I don´t have any idea either but I´m looking forward to finding out.
    The two beginner versions sound perfect for me :)

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  14. Excited by the thought of a new pattern from you! Friday? Ack--I will be computer-less and will have to wait until Sunday. So don't sell all the patterns, 'k?

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  15. Glad to hear you're feeling better -- and, whadyaknow, my own blogiversary (just my first) is on Thursday. You were so generous with advice when I first got started, Kerry, I really appreciated that and continue to love your blog. I can't wait to see what you stitch up in year 3.

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  16. Glad you are better, looking forward to Friday!

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  17. Was going to say no idea but read the above comments and think they may be right!

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  18. Glad you're feeling better Kerry. Love the look of this one! I've been wanting to try tackling some y seams :)

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