Sue In Japan and Greece Released — Come and Vote!!

Sue In Japan and GreeceIt’s hard to believe, here we are on the 4th of July, and we are now into the 7th month of the year in Sunbonnets.  Today’s release marks the 13th Free block to be offered in this series.

Sue In Greece marks the 6th country offered as a Flickr Reward block.

I am caught up with FlickR rewards, so if you haven’t received a coupon in your email, please re-submit it.

If you’ve just found this Block Of The Month, each month at the first of the month, you get to choose what will be released for the next month. The winning block is released as the Free block, the other is the FlickR Rewards block.

This part of the month is a voting for August’s block of the month. One of these blocks is a highly asked for country, so yep, I am finally offering Australia and Antartica.. I love both of these blocks, so if I were voting, it would be a tough choice for me.

There were several people who turned in blocks in the Flickr group, in the past few weeks. If you haven’t visited to see the blocks, be sure to go and see the other blocks. Sometimes it helps to see what others have to do to get your own creative juices flowing. I love each one of them, it’s amazing to see what other people do and how they interpret their own colors to use.

When you finish and post/upload your block to the Flickr group, you’ll get one of the blocks that will go up for sale free. If you end up finishing the 24 released in 2016, you will get them all free. It’s a great way to get a “missed” block also. Details to turn in blocks is below the download images below, and will also be added to the Guidelines and features post. I will also add it to the menu page here.

Please note: You can finish any of the blocks at any time during 2016 and upload them to the Flickr group to claim one of the blocks for sale. For every block, you upload to the Flickr group you can get 1 free. The one exception to this is if you make as an example 2 Sam In Brazil blocks, you still only get 1 free choice.

I know, you’re waiting for the download, so let’s get right to it.. Here you are…

Purchase for Cutting Files On Payhip.

Sue In Greece
is your FlickR Reward
or you can purchase these blocks.

To request your Flickr Reward for any of the past blocks or addon blocks, click here.

Please take a moment and vote for the August release

If you haven’t signed up yet for Simply Sign Me, Come on and Join us, it’s really simple and easy and I’d love to have you in my next quilt project.

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Have A Fabulous Monday!

Marian

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11 Responses to Sue In Japan and Greece Released — Come and Vote!!

  1. AvatarAnna Johnson says:

    Thank you! Was a hard choice on voting once again. You sure make it hard to choose, but whichever one wins, I’ll still have to get the other one!!!

    • AvatarMarian says:

      I agree with you in that respect Anna.. They are both cute, and neither is harder than the other. If their are any hard patterns, this weeks on both are difficult. They both have a lot of embroidery.

  2. Avatarsusan says:

    Thanks for a great block! Wow, that was a hard choice! The direction of the voting so far surprised me.

  3. AvatarSally M says:

    Happy 4th of July! thanks so much for another wonderful Sue, both are darling (and exactly how are we supposed to choose between Australia and Antarctica?? So precious!) Thank you!

    • AvatarMarian says:

      I know it’s a tough choice, but so far, all months have been that way, the blocks are just so cute, I can’t imagine it’s easy, but what I would have chosen as the block to release has not always been the choice of everyone else, so I like that ya’ll have been helping with that choice.

  4. AvatarJoyce Carter says:

    Thank you Marian and a very Happy Fourth of July!

  5. AvatarJoan says:

    Now you’ve made it really hard to choose from the next ones!

    🙂

    • AvatarMarian says:

      I had many requests to release Australia.. but it was always planned for release with Antartica in August, so while I to think it’s a tough choice, I’d always planned to release them together.. they are polar opposites, one on each side of the world, that’s my logic in this release. 😉

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