October 2015 | I am happy to display photos of your paper-pieced projects.
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Cardinal by Deb Bear
Thought you might like to see the pattern that I bought from you, in a picture frame.
Bowl of Shells and Owly
by Suzanne Boissonneault,
Trois-Rivières (Québec) Canada
My cute Owly: I made it for my grandson. His room is the theme of nature, including owls ...
Two bowls of shells: So beautiful that pattern. I love everything that touches the beach, seashells. I have installed them on the doors of my bathrooms. The main decorating my bathrooms have just shells I picked up on various beaches I visit. [See her seahorses here.]
Thanks again for sharing the wonderful patterns. It has only been two months since I discovered your website and I became a fan of this site .... and I can not wait to the next mystery block.
Bowl of Shells pattern | Owly pattern
Princess Bride Quilt
by Teresa Catlett, Booneville, Arkansas
This is a Princess Bride quilt that I made for my daughter. It was a free pattern from Fandom in Stitches. It is paper pieced and hand embroidered. The letters that spell The Princess Bride at the top of the quilt are letters I ordered from Paper Panache. I had it machine quilted by Ladonna Brahler in Magazine, Arkansas.
A to Z pattern
by Carol Dengler
Here are two tote bags and pillows made from Mystery blocks.
Bags are 15x18 (or so) and lined with muslin. we generally build them using orphan blocks.
I knew these two had to be shared.
The latest mystery is still being completed for a tote even though I know the result ( a friend did it). They have gone to the cancer society specifically for breast cancer victims.
A survivor takes a tote with literature to a patient.
These two ex-mystery blocks are not currently available.
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