Hello Friends, I hope you are well. Thank you for visiting again! I thoroughly enjoyed reading your comments on my manual vs. no manual post! You ladies are the greatest – and please know that I do appreciate you taking the time to comment.
This morning I woke up a little out of sorts, and had to lay back down. Nothing to worry about as I had a most attentive nurse who showered me with quilts, get well soon notes, K’nex creations etc. I was soon on my feet and working on my list for today…
Miss Baby: Do you still have your chills?
Me: No. I am good as new now.
Miss Baby: Do you think it’s because of my acts of kindness?
Me: Oh, yes – absolutely!
Some of you might remember my Birds on Wire quilt from 2013. It was designed using Benartex’s Let’s Tweet fabric line.
Benartex recently introduced the follow-up fabric line called Tweet As Can Be by Greta Lynn. I always love Greta’s fabrics. I designed 2 free-to-use designs featuring the fabrics from this new line. I will share the first one today, Birdhouse Neighborhood.
You will notice I kept the “cross” blocks in Birdhouse Neighborhood… to keep a sense of continuation from Birds on a Wire.
Click here to view the fabrics in Tweet As Can Be.
Click here to download pattern instructions for Birdhouse Neighborhood.
I hope you like Birdhouse Neighborhood. Thank you again for stopping by. Have a lovely rest of your week.
[My free to use designs from previous years are listed under “FREE PATTERNS” on the side bar.]
February: Happy Home Runner (Quilting Treasures)
February: Farmville using Green Farms (Benartex)
February: Zoey’s Flowerbed using Zoey (Benartex)
March: Ariel (Quilting Treasures)
April: Yuki (Hoffman Fabrics)
April: Bonjour (Quilting Treasures)