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Hunting for (fabric) treasure

December 7, 2010

I’m making progress on a new quilt. I’m using cherry & lime prints from Fun Flowers by Holly Holderman for Lakehouse Drygoods. This is what the blocks look like:

The center squares are set randomly in each block, which adds a playful element to the partially finished quilt top:

I thought it might be fun to give you a little challenge this week. The pattern I’m following is available as a  free download from the internet, and was featured on a magazine cover earlier this year. The first reader to leave a comment that correctly identifies the pattern (& designer) will win a fat quarter bundle of Fun Flowers from the shop. Good luck!

This week’s special is 20% off Fun Flowers (until December 14).

December Shipping News

I will be shipping orders as usual until December 23rd. Any orders placed between December 24 and December 27 will ship on the 28th. Save on shipping from now until December 27 – shipping charges will be refunded in full after your order is processed (Canada and US only). And since shipping is always free on orders over $99, I will give a 5% discount on your total order (before taxes) for orders over $99.

PS. The comments are now closed. I’ve got a winner – congrats to Sarah for correctly identifying the pattern on the cover of Quilter’s Home June/July issue – – Land & Sea by Alissa Haight Carlton. You can download it here.

  1. Sarah P permalink
    December 7, 2010 3:16 pm

    I am hoping that it is Quilter’s Home June July edition!

    All fingers crossed.

  2. Sarah P permalink
    December 7, 2010 3:19 pm

    Sorry, should have also said the pattern was Land and Sea by Alissa Haight.

    Fingers still crossed!

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