I’m sorry ya’ll have had to wait a bit on these, I’ve been buried in masks the last six weeks and that had to come first and foremost… I have South Carolina almost ready for release also with Missouri and Utah to follow in a few weeks.
This is a short and sweet post, I wanted to get these up tonight as promised in my post yesterday, so today a simple release…
Let’s Get To It…Both Sue and Sam In Oregon are here to purchase.
Click the pictures to visit each page for the individual Sue/Sam.
Your Free pattern for this series is Sue.
By clicking the image you can download the free pattern here, or click here.
The grapes are an important part of the pattern, to receive Sam as your free pattern the grapes will need to be done.
Important Links for this block of the week…
Support Group on Facebook
Pinterest Group For Sunbonnet Sue
Flickr Reward Request Form
I have been very good about keeping up with requests for rewards, please email me privately if you don’t hear from me within a few days with your coupon codes for the free pattern. If you don’t have my email already and the contact page doesn’t seem to be working, use the Facebook Seams To Be Sew page using the Send Message button under the main header image and leave me a personal message on Messenger. Please note, I do not see these every day and FB doesn’t email me to let me know I have messages, so I see them only when I visit my page, however, I will honor any request that is asked prior to the deadline.
The artwork for Sunbonnet Sue and Sam in the USA and Canada were commissioned for exclusive use at Seams To Be Sew by Clipartopolis
These blocks are released at the moment as they are available.
Reward Deadline to turn in Sue in Oregon is: June 19, 2020
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