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Friday, January 20, 2012

Before they go to Flickr...

(Edit note: I entered this on "It's a party"  at A Creative Princess)

Here's the Harry Potter blocks that I have at home right now:







This giraffe isn't on the Fandom in Stitches anymore. I got it when it was the old Sewhooked site. I used it for a card for my DD. Her favorite animal is a giraffe. (This is a copy of the block.)













If you are interested in any of these Harry Potter paper pieced patterns, (and there are lots more than these) go to Fandom in Stitches.
The patterns are free to use for personal or charity use. I'm really enjoying the making on these.  I don't know what I'll do with them, but they're fun to make. I've used the phoenix for cards for sick folks.
Happy Friday!
Hugs!
Terri


13 comments:

  1. I think the Knight Bus is my absolute favourite but they're all amazing. I love the Harry Potter books.

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    1. Thanks for the comment, Shay. They are fun to make. I love HP, too.

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  2. Wow amazing blocks !!
    Take care and have more fun ;-)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by AnneMarie. I am having fun making them.

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  3. I love your Harry Potter blocks, girl! You are a very talented little lady :D

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    1. Thank you Sheila. I really enjoy making them.

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  4. Terri,the HP blocks are adorable! Man, you have more patience than me to paper piece. It's not my favorite thing by a long shot. Keep up the good work! --Sarah

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    1. Thanks Sarah.
      I started on a king sized quilt (about 3 years ago) from the "Backyard Birds" book. I loved the patterns, but they were challenging.... frustrating for a newbie. By the time I finished the quilt I fell in love with paper piecing. You will see some more of it in the weeks to come. I plan to show off my UFOs or PIPs as some are calling them now. (Teaser!!!)

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  5. Great job as usual!

    Just FYI, the giraffe is still available, it's on the free page at Sewhooked: http://sewhooked.com/free-quilt-patterns/

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    1. Thanks, Jen. I updated the info on the next post. Love your patterns!

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