Friday, November 13, 2009

Have you seen this???


I'm pretty sure I must have this pattern.
Ack! I love it!
You can find it here.

Oh, and I have more British goodness to share.
Coming next post.

15 comments:

  1. This is awesome! Are you a BBC-ophile too! We really should hang out.

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  2. I saw this on someone else's blog done in patriotic colors and I think I like it even more in the brights. Great quilt.

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  3. wow - that's gorgeous, isn't it? I wonder if it's paper pieced or just regular ieced.

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  4. Oh Amy, you have cursed me. Now I have to make another quilt.

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  5. Woah! That is super cool! I don't think I am quite talented enough to do that just yet, though... so how about you make it and I'll drool. :)

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  6. I immediately went to her website and ordered this pattern. Awesome. Love the fabrics she picked. Hmmm...I may have to order some more fabric now.

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  7. That looks like one fun pattern! I love the colors of the sample, too.

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  8. I got to meet Michelle (the designer) at a retreat just last weekend! She is so nice and so funny in person. She brought a finished version of this quilt to show (so fantastic!), and was working on yet another one. (By the way, for Katy above - I'm pretty sure it's not paper pieced.) It's above my skill level right now, but I'd love to make one myself someday!

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  9. I made a twin-sized Union Jack as a quilt one year as a gift - stupidly did NOT take a photo - but what got me is the 27 degree angle of the St George cross. Took me forever to figure out - having a pattern would be very handy!! Good luck with the quilt!

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  10. [squeal!] . . . [squeal!] . . . LOVE it! If only I didn't have so many unfinished projects right now . . .

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  11. It a nice one certainly british lol
    Hugs Janice

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  12. i hadn't... thanks for sharing.

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  13. I adore it. I love it. I want to make it. But when????

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  14. LOVE this!! I just got the pattern to do a red, white & blue one for my hubby (he spent 2 years in Ireland/Northern Ireland) :D - btw, for those wondering, it's made with STRIPS! brilliant!

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