Hi All, Are you feeling a little bit of fall in the air? I know I am and I couldn’t be more thrilled… I love the cool air. I know many people love summer because it gets them outside in there gardens, or enjoying the beach, camping, travelling etc… For me tho, summer literally keeps me inside. When I was younger I was a big gardener tho and would still do it but in this house we have very little of a back yard so I can’t garden sadly. This is meant to be a really quick post tho.
I want to note that there was a pattern issue with the pattern at Bobbin In Quilts Blog, If you downloaded it prior to 4:30pm Thursday, September 12, 2019, please re-download it. The best way to check is your pdf should have 4 pages and not 3 pages as the early download had. The pattern is the Hickory Dickory Dock pattern.
At Mountain Meadow Designs there was an issue with downloading the pattern also. This issue has been fixed, if you didn’t get her pattern yesterday morning, please go and get the download. The pattern is on a cart, but you don’t need to go thru the cart to get the pattern, just click the button.
Have A Great Weekend
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