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Can you believe that 2021 is half over already? The good news is I'm finally out of my pandemic slump! Haven't built up much steam yet but I've been working on this new pattern that I'm very excited about. Every day for a week now I've thought it was ready and then I found something else to add or correct. Today I am happily pronouncing it DONE!

My new pattern is for this PLAY AND LEARN QUILT for toddlers (pictured below). If you have little ones toddling around or maybe on the way, get out your sewing machine. You will want to watch them play and learn their shapes, colors, numbers and ABCs on this adorable quilt. Click here to go to my Blog page where you can learn more about the quilt, see more photos, and make comments or ask questions. 

This quilt has been toddler tested and approved to roll around on and snuggle up in by a sweet little 2-year old. She will start learning as soon as I give her the quilt; I just need it until I get a second one done.

Front and last page shown below. Pattern is 35 pages, but don't panic, over half of them are templates and pages showing options for the borders. Click here to download the digital pattern and get started. 

I have a limited amount of the ABCs border fabric that I'm going to cut into kits - just enough for the 4 borders. Are you still reading? The first 5 people in the US who purchase a pattern will get a border kit free if they contact me via the contact page here.  Say "Free for me", list your address plus whatever else you want to say. The first 5 people outside of the US who purchase a pattern and contact me with the same message will get a $5 refund through PayPal.  

Thanks for visiting my site. Check out my book and other patterns while you're here. As always, have some fun with this!

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Think of this book as your go-to tool for frequently used paper piecing elements. Click here to learn more.

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Mountain Meadow Designs

Independence MO 64052

email: pgmmd@yahoo.com

“You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”
― Maya Angelou

 

 

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                                                    Paula Gilmore