"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

~Sunflower ~ a free design!

Remember that dresden block I was playing with last week? 
I played a bit more and now I can show you my new design -
~ Sunflower ~
 
 
 
 
 
Sign up today for my free Elefantz newsletter (up there on the right hand side of my blog), and you'll be receiving the pattern and tutorial for ~Sunflower~ as a gift in Friday's newsletter, delivered straight to your email inbox!
Hugs
Jenny
xxx

36 comments:

  1. Sorry, I can´t find where to sign up for your newsletter... the sunflower looks very good!
    KATRIN W.

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  2. its fantastic... I'm glad I'm already signed up!!
    Hugz

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  3. Love the sunflower.leased I am also signed up for your Newsletter.

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  4. Dresden flowers are sweet. Love your sunflower.

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  5. How adorable... and how generous of you, THANKS a bunch, dear Jenny!
    (I just subscribed to your newsletter ;>)

    Heartfully
    XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO
    NADINE

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  6. I love this sunflower Jenny. I'm off to sign up!

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  7. Oh Jenny! It is so pretty! Thank you for all the lovely things you share with us!
    Maria

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  8. Wow that's great!
    The beautiful sunflower and the sweet little bees...

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  9. Love this sunflower! I signed up. Thank you for the pattern. I really like it.

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

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  10. Oh Jenny! This is beautiful! As always, your work brings so many smiles to my face!
    xx, shell

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  11. What a wonderful pattern! This will be a great pattern for me to try Dresden. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  12. the dresden sun flowers is very nice.

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  13. I love sunflowers and I LOVE Bliss fabric.

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  14. I've actually been planning to make a sunflower from Dresdens, now it will be much easier with a pattern. Thanks!

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  15. Thank you so much Jenny, the Dresden sunflower is just wonderful. Now I will finally have a small project to try a Dresden on. I've never made one, yet they are one of my favorite designs! I can't wait to get started on it. Hugs and God Bless...

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  16. Very cute and thanks for sharing with us! Hope Blossum is in the pink still! What is the stitch you use for the lettering? Backstitch?
    Deb

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  17. lovely Jenny!!!!!!!!!!!!
    kisses for you

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  18. That is one gorgeous sunflower. I love your newsletter and magazine. I am planning to do you BOM. Hugz

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  19. I am so pleased I have signed up as well....thanks so much Jen...

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  20. Oh yay, I'm already signed up and I looove sunflowers!
    Cheers, Robyn

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  21. My blog posting list is so busy right now...I've so much going on...but sometime I want to get a project done and post just about you and your newsletter and your magazine. I love them!!!!!

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  22. Is it Friday yet???????????? I LOVE IT!

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  23. What a lovely cheerful pattern Jenny, just right to cheer up today's horrid grey weather. Look forward to receiving it - so pleased I'm a subscriber!
    Helen xx

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  24. I sooooooo love red and green..gorgeous Jenny,cheers Vickie

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  25. Hi Jenny,

    Love the sunflower it's gorgeous!

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  26. I like your work, it is beautiful
    Thank you for share
    good bye
    Josefina
    tijerasycuchara.wordpress.com

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  27. your work its fantastic i like it
    Congratulations
    good bye
    Josefina
    tijerasycuchara.wordpress.com

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  28. I signed up, but I didnt get the pattern. Is there an mistake or did I understand not right??

    Greeting Guilitta who loved your pattern

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It's always nice to receive feedback on a blog post, so *thank you* for taking time to comment!
I will try to reply via email unless you are a 'no reply blogger' which means you'll have to check for my reply in the comments. Of course, life is a rather hazardous activity, isn't it? So if I don't respond to your comment that's the reason why - life simply stepped in...
hugs
Jenny
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