Birdie Stitches

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  • Thank you for these stitcheries, and the layout section.

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  • just a quick hello and thank you so much for the birdie stitches….this bom has been added to my ever growing pile of to do’s…..

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  • My beginning embroidery class really loved stitching these. Any more coming in the future? Keep up the great work.

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  • I agree, are you going to do BOM next year with the hand embroidery? The birds are so cute. I am stiticing January right now to put on my hanger.

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    • Right now I’m not planning another BOM–but, I will probably have a few free patterns throughout the year. =)

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  • When can we get the quilting instructions? This was so much fun! Thanks for sharing your patterns and instructions.

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    • You can quilt it however you’d like!–I will be sharing how I decided to quilt it once mine is complete. =)

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  • Thank you SO much for offering these monthly stitcheries! It’s very kind of you to share. I started doing them, but a friend really wanted to stitch them for me. So, I’m caught up! 🙂

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  • I finally found a jelly roll of Sunkissed and will use that for sashing, borders and binding. I too am curious about the quilting as have no idea what to do with the embroidered blocks. Thank you for the lovely BOM.

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  • I am so excited to start this project! Your little birdies are adorable. Thanks so much for making this available to your readers.

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  • I surrounded my blocks with Hunky Dory and then used a Hunky Dory pink print 2 1/2″ sashing. I also have another Hunky Dory fabric that I could make the 4 1/2″ borders, but then it’s only 52″ x 66″ and I have this quilt pictured on a little girl’s twin bed, so I plan to make these borders wider. Then the problem of how to quilt – please, please please finish yours so I can see it finished! I love these “Little Birdie” blocks – thank you!

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  • How do I purchase these birdie stitch patterns?

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    • All of the Birdie Stitches patterns are free on my blog. At the top of my blog you’ll see a spot to click “birdie Stitches”. Click it and you’ll see links to all of the blog posts which include the pdf patterns.

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  • Love your birdies. Could you possibly put the supply list and the layout and the quilt top instructions in pdf format also? I like to have the pattern filed complete so that I can have it for future reference, shopping and so forth. Keep designing….love your work.

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  • […] picture in my header bar is showing two blocks from the embroidery patterns by Little Miss Shabby (http://www.littlemissshabby.com/birdie-stitches/).  The fabric is from Bonnie & Camille and is a combination of Vintage Modern and Ruby with […]

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  • It’s taken me a while but I have finished my quilt made from your lovely design……
    Thanks so much… I loved doing it….

    http://bubzrugz.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/birdie-stitches.html

    Hugz

    Fiona

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  • […] one of two remaining Birdie Stitches […]

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  • […] first Comfort and Joy block. 2. Complete first block for Moira BOM and next to last block for Birdie Stitches BOM 2011. 3. Finish Tribeca I for American Hero Quilts. 4. Put together 30s basket block […]

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  • […] and Joy block. 3/4 done. 2. Complete first block for Moira BOM DONE! and next to last block for Birdie Stitches BOM 2011. Not done. 3. Finish Tribeca I for American Hero Quilts. DONE! 4. Put together 30s basket […]

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  • […] one of two remaining Birdie Stitches […]

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  • I made all the birdie blocks, changing the June one, (my daughter designed it), and entered the quilt in our county fair…I got a first place ribbon! Thank you for you designs!

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  • Hi! I just finished my last block (also modified the June block to be partly a signature block with Hello Kitty on it)… getting started on the setting blocks (I also made my blocks On Point). Would love for you to see my progress! http://www.jlgwyn.wordpress.com (Seams Crazy blog). Thank you for the cuteness!

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  • […] to give the information on who quilted it, the date it was quilted, and the pattern designer, Little Miss Shabby (click link to get all the block designs and past  BOM instructions).  But my part is getting […]

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  • Thanks for keeping this posted as a free tutorial. I only completed one block, and I’m finally getting around to finishing it off!

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