Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Shelves full of yarn pattern

I have a new pattern listed in my craftsy store!
This one is called Shelves full of yarn.
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Finished Size: 42” x 60”
Finished Block size: 6”
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
Snowball blocks made from crumbs and nine patches sorted by color, looks like shelves full of balls of yarn!
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Here’s some close ups on the quilt
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I did have testers too but only one sent me pictures in time
Here’s Terry’s version- LOVE IT!
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If you’d like to be added to my tester’s list, let me know!!
I usually ask for a turnout of a month and just want pictures and feedback if you find any typos or anything like that on the pattern. And then you get the pattern of course Smile
If YOU would like to win a pdf of this pattern, enter below

9 comments:

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Neat quilt Bea and what a perfect name for the pattern!

Vicki in MN said...

Nicely done and yes they do look like yarn balls!

QuiltShopGal said...

Beautiful quilt and super sweet name.

QuiltShopGal
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Ellee said...

What a beautiful quilt! Thank you for the close-ups. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Linda said...

Such a fun quilt! I like your pebble quilting!

Pamela said...

Super cute - love the name, it's just perfect!

Pam Beck said...

Hiya Bea!!! What another lovely quilt. I like that it's sorta another rainbow quilt. At least I can see it as one. Thanks so much for having the giveaway. Hope you and your's are having a great week. Blessed be, hugs!!!
pamspretties57 at yahoo dot com

Unknown said...

This quilt made me smile because of the colors and because my oldest daughter and one of her daughters are very good knitters. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Cecilia said...

Pretty quilt! This reminds me of the big plastic beads that you connect to each other to make a chain. If I remember correctly, they were for young children. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the pattern.