A clue (to why I’m posting a day late :P)

I have to apologize for being a day late today. I just completely forgot it was Thursday yesterday 😛 It was quite a buzy day for me with a Summer party at Tristan’s playschool and then the 2nd Eurovision semifinal. But anyways I have 3 Patterns to share with you today.
I have only tested one of it so if you find any errors please contact me so I can fix it (that goes with any patterns on my site). You may also notice that the pattern pieces are a little different than my normal style. That is because I’ve finally got EQ7. I’ve been wanting to get it for over a year now. and I can tell you it may be expensive but it has been getting lot of use the week that I’ve had it, and It’s only going to be used more as I learn how all the features work 😀

If you are a fan on fandom in stitches You have probably already seen these.

There was a request on FIS Requests page from a grandmother of a little 4yrs old boy who is going to have his second liver transplant surgery soon. And she wanted to make him a blues clues quilt because he loves blues clues. So Jennifer, Michelle and myself have been hard at work this week making patterns for the quilt.
these are my three patterns and you can find them over on the cartoons/comics page


Periwinkle

salt/pepper

shovel and pail

I hope you’ll enjoy sewing these as much as I enjoyed creating them.
Happy Sewing

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One Response to A clue (to why I’m posting a day late :P)

  1. Love them…of course! I’ve been offline a bit, too, and am playing catch up today!

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