Perfect Pairs – Hamburgers and French Fries

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I love Hamburgers and French Fries, who doesn’t? The one thing I miss most about living in the USA next to family and friends is not being able to enjoy In-N-Out Burgers and fries, for fast food, nothing compares to them.. Fancy burgers a different story.. but I really miss In-N-Out Burgers. They aren’t a US nationwide chain yet, but they will get their, I’d bet on that.

Their is a bit more to this pattern than last weeks pattern, the french fries are individual shapes to be put together, and that’s because I wanted to keep the original different colors in the french fries to give them that more realistic feel to the pattern.

Today marks the fifth week of Perfect Pairs, and Hamburgers and French Fries is the tenth pattern of 15 to be released in this series.

The free pattern includes only the 9-inch block. The full pattern includes 9×6, 9×9, 12×12 blocks with the machine embroidery designs and the svg cutting files.

Artwork for Perfect Pairs is from JW Illustrations.

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Perfect Pairs - Hamburgers and French Fries

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Next weeks release

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

If your out rowin today, please be safe, take your time and enjoy yourselves.

Have a Great Wednesday


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6 Responses to Perfect Pairs – Hamburgers and French Fries

  1. Lori Smanski says:

    these are adorable. thanks so much for sharing

  2. susan says:

    Those fries make me hungry, they look so good – little beads for salt, I think. LOL I also love pb & j, so look forward to next week!

  3. Sally M says:

    LOVE In-N-Out, Double-Double Animal style! (Although these days I get single hamburger animal style and protein style–one lettuce instead of a bun–no cheese, not the same, sigh). My daughters used to work at one and George Clooney stopped by drive through regularly!
    Thanks for pattern, so cute.

  4. Yes, In and Out is a chain here in the U.S. – yummy yummy food.

  5. Lenie says:

    Thank you very much

  6. Diane S says:

    I went to Craftsy and when I clicked on the free pattern it said free but the cost was $25. ???

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