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Rubber duckies made by you

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Last September I released my Rubber Ducky pattern #zsrubberducky. It’s been rather popular and was downloaded quite a few times. I used to sell my patterns on Craftsy till the end of December. Then my shop, and the shops of a huge amount of other pattern designers were closed at very short notice.  I don’t want to go into details about Craftsy, you can always Google it to find out…

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Animal Quilt

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I have tested a few FFP animal blocks from Unicornharts in the last couple of years. After testing I mostly put them in a pile without thinking what to do with them. I made tote bags with couple of them, made a few mini quilts and that was it. So I had this idea to put the remaining blocks into a baby or lap size quilt. Even though each block…

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Cat Head Cushion

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I had the pleasure to test a new FPP pattern from @juliushandmade called Cat Head a few days ago. This pattern totally impressed me with the wonderful cat’s eyes! I had to sew it!!! At the Festival of Quilts I got super cool fabric with black cats on. It is by a Japanese designer Hyakka Ryoran from her fabric collection Neko. It’s called Cats on Waves. It has very many…

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Milky Way Sampler Quilt is finally finished!

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In January 2017 I joined Alyce Blossom Heart Quilts and many other lovely quilters of Instagram in the Milky Way Sampler Quilt Along. A free block  was available for download once a month (12 blocks in total) or the whole pattern could be purchased at once (12 block + extra block 13). I chose to download one star per month and I was sewing a block a month till September. Then life happened,…

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The Festival of Quilts 2018

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The Festival of Quilts (or simply FoQ) happened last week at the NEC in Birmingham. It lasted four days from Thursday 9th August until Sunday 12th August. This was my third FoQ and I attended two days, Friday and Sunday. One day is definitely not enough to see all beautiful quilt exhibitions, to chat to lots of quilty Instagram friends and to browse abundance of amazing shops. I didn’t even…

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