Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Once Upon a Time… and Happily Ever After

 No WiP Wed here today. That’s because it’s over there! That’s right – I’m guest-hosting WiP Wed at Freshly Pieced this week. After some fabulous guest hosting by Liz and Molli… well let’s just say there’s a bit of pressure there. Tough acts to follow – thanks guys!

But I still have something of great import to post about here! The fairy tale patterns are now available! Woohoo! It took me ages to list all 15 patterns plus put them together into 2 pattern bundles to list as well. But it’s done!

I had a hard time deciding on how to split the patterns up into bundles. In the end I went with people vs non-people blocks. So the Once Upon a Time bundle is the non-people patterns!

Once Upon a Time Pattern Pics

7 patterns in this bundle – Puss in Boots, The Three Bears, The Ugly Duckling, The Three Little Pigs, The Frog Prince, Hansel and Gretel and Aladdin’s Lamp.

In the Happily Ever After Bundle – there are all the people blocks! 8 patterns in total.

Happily Ever After Pics

This bundle has Snow White, The Little Mermaid, Thumbelina, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella.

If you’re not up for a full bundle of patterns – they are also listed individually. But if you’re wanting more than 3 patterns, your best deal is a bundle Winking smile

I have also added the two book patterns that go along with these – they are freebies
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open bookbookshelf

If you should make some of these patterns (or any Quiet Play patterns) for that matter – I’d love to see them. You can always link up a paper pieced project at the Paper Piecing Party here on the blog each Friday, or add your pictures to the Quiet Play Flickr group.
 
Happy sewing, my friends!

19 comments:

  1. Great idea for how to split up the bundles :)

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  2. Hooray! Can't wait to get stuck into these :)

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  3. You're just madly talented, you!

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  4. Do I see new header and new logo? Looking good!

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  5. this is great, Kristy, and I love the new header on the blog.

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  6. Happy guest posting! I love the happily ever after set - Princess would go nuts :-)

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  7. Great patterns Kristy as always!

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  8. yay for new patterns in the shop and for being the WIP guest hostess!!

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  9. Okay, so they are now my favourite paper piecing patterns. Both bundles are adorable!

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  10. Yay!! Looks like i'm going to need to stock up on some sketch prints!
    And can't wait for your guest post over at Lee's!

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  11. Good way to split them! They look amazing, will have to add them to my to do list :-)

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  12. Great guest post at Freshly Pieced, Kristy. Your Sun Print Feathers flying geese top is just over-the-top gorgeous! What a pleasure to see. Congrats!

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  13. great post, Kristy!! I love your fairy tale blocks, and I am certain that your daughter will LOVE that quilt, despite the fact that every block is not super pink!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  14. Great guest post and LOVE that Sun print not-really-flying-geese-but-paper-pieced quilt!

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  15. I've never done paper piecing...and not that I need to start another WIP...lol...but I do love your work and you are tempting me to try it!

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  16. You've been so busy whilst I was pretty much awol. Lol. Just caught up with your latest posts and your guest post and I must say you've churned out some truly beautiful things. Not that this comes as a surprise, really. :)

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  17. I'm leaving you a comment over here to make sure you get it! Great post over at Lee's, and glad to see Ms. 3 wasn't going to stand by and not get her own quilt! What about Rapunzel, maybe she can have pink hair?

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