Free Poppy Pattern

Posted by Ruth on 19 January 2011 | 6 Comments

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Yesterday I added some extra features to my blog such as a link to our free newsletter letter, but what you don't see is the free quilt pattern you receive when you subscribe so I thought I'd better mention that because everyone wants to know that for sure. Our free poppy pattern is worth US$8.00 (hardcopy). It's a fun block to make and it is sent right to your inbox after you've confirmed you email subscription. 

Free Poppy Pattern

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One of our subscribers said they were excited to make our pattern and use it as a pocket on our tote bag pattern, what a great idea! I'm sure there are other ideas where you can use it too. A cushion or the bib on an apron. What other ideas do you have?

Free Poppy Pattern made into a tote

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  • Awesome Fay. It's free so go ahead. I would love to see it when you're finished.

    Posted by Ruth, 11/08/2017 1:36pm (3 years ago)

  • I would love to make the poppy for Rememberance Day, Nov.11

    Posted by Fay Chevallier, 11/08/2017 1:23pm (3 years ago)

  • This was last years free pattern, email me and I will send it to you.

    Posted by Ruth, 16/04/2012 5:36pm (8 years ago)

  • what happened to the poppy? i got true blue which is lovely but was expecting the poppy?

    Posted by yvonne sippy, 16/04/2012 12:37pm (8 years ago)

  • This poppy is lovely Ruth, as is the one you taught as an online class. I have downloaded it, but it has to wait in line for a couple of other projects to be finished.

    Posted by Janet, 24/01/2011 3:19am (9 years ago)

  • i love the poppy! Thanks for offering it!

    Posted by Karen Gass, 19/01/2011 5:38pm (9 years ago)

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