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Look at the Adorable Blocks Sandy Made!!

You guys, my heart is happy – and I'm on cuteness overload here! It all started with a comment I got from Sandy in Illinois about printing my patterns. I emailed her back, and she e-mailed . . . and then these darling pictures of the blocks she was making for her Farm Girl quilt started coming :)!! Of course, I asked her if she'd mind if I posted them here – so you all could see her cute blocks, too – and she was kind enough to say yes.

So, here you go ladies – will ya take a look at these ADORABLE BLOCKS:

here's her cupcake,

her pie and rolling pin,

her watering can and spade,

her vintage apron,

her sewing machine,

and her camper :0)!!!

Aren't they all just super cute? I absolutely love the fabrics she used – so sweet (and her sewing is perfection ;).

But wait – there's more! Do you want to know where Sandy sews all of this cuteness? Sandy's a mom and a grandma, and when she and her husband retired, he helped her fix up this darling building on their farm into a sewing space for Sandy and her friends and family to sew!

They call it the Hen House ;)!

See that fun sign "Chicks Only ;)!" This is Sandy's daughter, Kelly (the one with the long hair) and her friend at the Hen House

-working on some really pretty pillows ;)! And here's their cutting counter

What an amazing sewing studio – right? It's so warm and inviting – it just makes me want to go there and spend the day sewing with Sandy and company ;).

I really can't wait to see her whole Vintage Farm Girl quilt :)! It's going to be amazing. Really, thank you Sandy for sharing your blocks and the Hen House with me :0)! You so made my day! No – ya know what – you made my whole dang week :0)! XOXOXOXO!

The free PDF patterns for each of these blocks are available here on my blog. Just click the Free Patterns and Tutorials link in the sidebar to find them!




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Hi! These blocks are adorable. But everytime I click on the free patterns and tutorials link, it brings me right back to this page. I would LOVE to get these patterns. Don't know what the problem is. Thanks for any help!

Hi Donna! Thanks so much for visiting, and for the sweet comment! I didn't get an e-mail with your comment, so I'm replying here - and hoping you will find it ;)! This is just the first post under the Free Patterns & Tutorials, so just keep scrolling down, and you'll find the blog posts for all of the patterns with the links to the PDF files! Happy Sewing!

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