Thursday, September 12, 2019

Quitly Adoption: Flashy Penguins

Cynthia from Quilting is More Fun Than Housework hosts a brilliant event twice each year: a quilty adoption event.  The idea is to pass on projects that you haven't finished that no longer excite you to someone else. 

I have three flashy penguins that are up for adoption.  I made them as samples for my Stash Bee block this year, hen decided that these unconventional penguins were too unconventional for what I wanted.  These guys are each 16" blocks (finished) and are from a free tutorial by Lorna of Sew Fresh Quilts, so making more is a possibility. I added a border around her 12" penguin to make the larger block.

These fun and flashy friends are free to a good home.  Leave me a comment letting me know you'd like to adopt them.  Comments accepted through the end of the day Friday, September 20th.  I'll pick randomly and mail them out by the end of September.  Penguins aren't native to the US so I'm willing to ship internationally.

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  1. These are pretty cute Emily. I am sure they will find a good home. Thanks for participating in the event.

  2. Hi Emily! These penguins are adorable . . . and I would love to give them a new home. I have a friend that adores penguins and I think I would have to make a few more. Thanks for sharing the link to the pattern . . . Just what I need - a squirrel project. ~smile~ Roseanne

  3. Your penguins are by far the cutest! I'd love to give them a good home! I'd make a gift for my grandson with them!