My apologies to you all, there is no reason my internet should have been down all day yesterday but for some reason it was. I waited up until 3 am this morning for it to come back online steady enough that I could finish this post up but as it wasn’t totally down it was intermittent enough that I had part of the post written and just needed to add the links for the patterns today. Thus I never got that done. I usually write my posts then add the patterns to the carts. That way I can upload the patterns when it’s time and all I have to do is to add the links to the posts. When I’m sitting here falling asleep in my chair, that’s when I know it’s time to go to bed. My connection was so on/off yesterday that every time I went to upload a pattern the upload timed out. I finally just gave up and went to bed. I do not have a secondary connection, no cell phones or mobile devices for me, so there was no way for me to even notify anyone that I was going to be late today. This is the reason I mentioned in last weeks post that sometimes I am late.
So, back to today’s reason for this pattern. 🙂 Do any of you remember a show called Northern Exposure? It was set in Cicely, Alaska and was on during the early 90s. In the opening of the show, there was a Moose who walked across the road. I love that show, my husband and I have always wanted to retire to Alaska. 🙂
Clicking images takes you to Craftsy
You are receiving Mr. Moose as the free pattern in the 9-Inch block size.
However, both Mr. and Mrs. Moose come in sizes of 9, 12, and 15-inch when you purchase the patterns.
To Purchase At Craftsy
Mr. Moose | Mrs. Moose | Save and Buy Both
To Purchase At Payhip
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Because today’s pattern is late, the link will not expire
until 2 pm mst Thursday, December 6, 2018
Today my friend Kris has created a special tutorial and post for you to view. Go have a look, Click the image below to visit Kris at Scrapdash.
Other Events Today
Click the images to go to each page. Even if you’re not on Facebook, you can still download the images you need and watch the videos. Just click past the login screens to view the videos. Janeen is doing her 5th year of patterns from Dec 3rd to Dec 13, she is opting to tell the story of Twas The Night Before Christmas in 10 days. Her patterns are like mine available only for 24 hours and are downloaded on Craftsy. Buttermilk Basin is doing a 12 Days Sew Along, a pattern a day. The first pattern will be available thru the event, but the rest of the days are also only available for 24 hours. They also have kits available for the Sew Along. To find the page the patterns are on, click on the “Shop Online” in the menu, it will be at the top of the page, and you just click the image to go to the download page. No need to go thru a cart, the patterns are available for immediate download.
In one way this will work like all the others, you will enter to gain a 50% off coupon code.
Each day will be a featured mat size.
Today’s Mat Size is the 14-inch Rotating Mat
I will announce the winner’s daily on each post if you won a code you will receive that code with the announcement of your win.
No winners yesterday :/
Please do not enter if you have no intention of purchasing a mat.
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