I was hoping to get this posted yesterday, but I forgot that it was my day at the doctor’s. Sometimes it’s just in and out and other times it’s half the day. Yesterday was one of those half the day kind of things. I’d had an infection in both my feet for the last few weeks, so she couldn’t do her normal thing four weeks ago when I was last in, Two weeks ago it was canceled due to a snowstorm in the area. My doctor drives in from Denver to treat people on Wednesdays each week. So I am sorry it didn’t get posted yesterday, but here I am today with Florida being released.
Sam is the free pattern for Florida.
Let’s get to the download…
Sam Is The Free Pattern for Florida
Click Any Of The Images to Visit Sue and Sam In Florida.
Important Links for this block of the week…
Support Group on Facebook
Pinterest Group For Sunbonnet Sue
Flickr Group For Sunbonnet Sue and Sam
Flickr Reward Request Form
Please use my contact form for now, the request form seems to have an issue I can’t resolve at the moment. I will try to get this fixed soon. Info needed in emails are:
Name of Pattern, Flickr URL (or attach the image to the form), Your Name, and Your Email Address.
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.
Flickr Deadline to turn Sue in for Sam in Indiana is: November 18, 2019
Flickr Deadline to turn Sam in for Sue in Florida is: November 28, 2019
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