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Rubber duckies made by you

By January 19, 2019Quilts

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.┬á I don’t want to go into details about Craftsy, you can always Google it to find out what happened there. Thus after some consideration I moved my patterns to Payhip for the time being. You can find my new shop here.

I might create my personal shop on this blog/website, but I will need some more time for it. Anyway you can also go to my Payhip from my top menu or from my sidebar on here.

Coming back to Rubber Duckies ­čÖé

A few people not only bought the pattern but also sewed it!┬áSo nice to see what other makers came up with, something that I maybe wouldn’t think to use or think of myself, but it works so well! It makes me very happy and it’s rather amazing to see┬ádifferent fabric choices and fabric arrangements in other talented folks’ creations.

Look at these Rubber Duckies  whose makers tagged me in Instagram below, so I could find them. Everyone is tagged of course.







Mohawk is an amazing addition to the pattern!


Super creative use of trapunto technique that gives 3D effect and here is a beeping (quacking) sound too ­čśÇ


And the last (I hope not the least) finished mini quilt is by me. I never put a photo of my four ducks all together on this blog. So here they are:

I look forward to seeing many more ducks on Instagram as they make my heart sing. I am hoping to release a couple more patterns very soon.

So stay tuned.


Irina xxx


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