Sunday, September 21, 2014

LITTLE MISS SUZY HOMEMAKER PATTERN & WINNER

The See You In September Blog Hop was so much fun!  I have a deeper love for gingham and was so inspired by all the creativeness that happened over the summer.  If you missed it you can go back and catch up here.

As you recall, I made a new kitchen accessories for my new retro/vintage kitchen that I'm planning to have in the very near future.

I promised the pattern after the hop was over and here it is.  Keep in mind I haven't tested it since I made it the first time.  Hopefully there are no errors but if you find any corrections that need to be made, please don't hesitate to let me know what they are... in a nice way.  And if you make the place mats or wall hanging, please go to my Instagram and post a picture.  I'd love to see what yours looks like.

The pattern will only be available for a limited time for free on my blog and then I will offer it for sale.  So grab it while it's free.

Note:  I'm having technical issues with attaching a pdf file attachment.  If you'd like the free pattern, please leave me a comment and I will email you the pattern.  If you a no-reply blogger, please be sure to leave your email in the comment.

AND THE WINNER of the Gingham Rosie panel and yardage is ......

Random number generator says it is comment #43

Congratulations to Janarama.  I've sent you an email.  Be watching for it.



There is another giveaway on my blog going on right now also.   You can read about it on the blog post.

Rush Hour blog hop is coming later this week.  You won't want to miss it.  My day to post is  Friday, September 26.




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9 comments

  1. just now seeing this way cool hanging! please yes I'd love the pattern.. thanks!

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  2. Love the look of all the pieces you made! I would love to have the pattern. Thanks for sharing! patkattner@yahoo.com

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  3. Hi Doris...you bet I'd love a copy of your pattern, so I can try to be as stylin' as you! That really is a fantastic vintage kitchen! Thanks for so generously offering your pattern!

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  4. I would love to get a copy of your precious pattern. Those placemats are too cute.

    m3reyna at gmail dot com

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  5. Being from an Italian family the spoon and fork wall hanging really brings back memories! I would love a copy of the pattern as well.

    Thank you.

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  6. Doris, would you please send me the free pattern? Thank you
    Carol
    aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

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  7. I think your placemats would be perfect for kids who are learning how to set a table properly!! I would love to make them for my grandkids - thank you!!

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  8. I would love to have this pattern. I am enjoying your mystery quilt so I would love to hage this pattern. I hope I am not too late. Thanks,
    Elizabeth Silverdale, WA whistlebet57@yahoo.com

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  9. I would love your pattern. Really cute. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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