Whenever I’m a little tired or feeling somewhat uninspired, I love to go to flickr and click through the zillion and two fantastically creative photos. What’s even extra fun for me is when I come across a project made with one of my patterns like Ruthiequilt’s Penguin ornament, made with one of the patterns from Holly Jolly.
Also floating around on flickr were a couple more Sweet Sue Tops The Tree. I love the variety of fabrics used for this block and how unique it makes each one!
Sweet Sue Tops The Tree – a free 12″ paper pieced pattern
For best results, print with scaling set to “none.”
Sweet Sue is part of :
Thank you flickr friends for making my day!
I special thank you to everyone that has participated in We Are The Face of Quilting so far. I’ve loved getting to see your faces and meeting new friends. If you have not yet shared your quilting story, please be sure to check out this post. I’d love to hear from you!
Add your Sewhooked-related photos to my flickr group and you might be featured in a future post.