I’ve been saying it for days, but trying to finish last week just took me in so many different directions. I’d planned to release this Saturday night then got sidetracked by a mistake I noticed so needed to fix it today and retest it so I knew it was correct. Thus I had to fix what I’d already written into the pattern.
Sam is the free pattern for this series for Louisiana. Louisiana is the 27th state release.
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I have added the ability for people to donate for free patterns you download from me. Even a little bit helps. If you’ve enjoyed this series, please consider that there are still 23 more free patterns to come and each pattern takes a great deal of time to create. Please consider at least a 2.00 donation if you would… on 1.00, 85 cents of that alone would go to service fees, and 15 cents for me to see just isn’t worth it. You don’t have to donate anything the patterns are still free, there is nothing missing, I’m just hoping you might show your appreciation.
Important Links for this block of the Sue/Sam…
Support Group on Facebook
Pinterest Group For Sunbonnet Sue
Reward Request Form
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 Turn-In Date = April 22, 2020
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