Tutorials and FREE Patterns

Because you asked "Can I sell a quilt made from one of your tutorials?"  Yes you can sell the item made.  You may not sell my patterns or tutorials.

Most of my patterns are in tutorial form.   Some have printable PDF's.  If you would like to print or save one of my tutorials I've added Print Friendly to my blog.  
What is Print Friendly?  It allows you to print or save any post on my blog in PDF format.  It also allows you to remove the pictures and text in the PDF before saving or printing.  The first thing you need to do is go to a specific post or tutorial.  Scroll to the bottom of the post and click on the Print Friendly image.
A new window will open, allowing you to delete whatever YOU want.  The decision was made to add this feature for those of you who like to print out free patterns.

If you make something using one of my patterns I'd love to see it!  By sharing your creation with me you are giving me permission to share it on my blog.  Be sure to let me know if you would like me to link back to your blog or other social media.

Happy Stitching!
~ Lea Anne ~

Windows 10 users....Please read this before printing quilt templates.


~ BACK PORCH BLOOMS ~






~ BOONIE BLOOMS ~

                                             









Part 2 Making the stems unit




 ~ PODUNK POSY QUILT ~

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS                                                          

                                                                         
 Corner option #2 CHECKERBOARD                                                         
                                                  





      ~ CHERRY ON TOP PICNIC QUILT ~

Block #1 and yardage                                                                





COUNTRY GIRL QUILT PATTERN
A Free Craftsy pattern               
SCRAP HAPPY BASKET QUILT BLOCK


8 HST FROM 2 PIECES OF FABRIC                                







  












HST FROM PAPER TEMPLATE                             










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14 comments:

  1. glad to have found you through freemotion by the river linky! fun tutorials, and i'm getting to read one, right now!!

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  2. I found you thru pinterest and oh boy! I'm sew glad I did! Love your blog and patterns, I am making that cherry quilt for sure. It is ADORABLE! Hugs, Amie :0))

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  3. I Found you from the Crafty Quilter and I'm so glad! I'm looking forward to following you and trying out the spring umbrella and boots. I'm thinking that I might use it for a pillow front for granddaughters. Pam

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  4. You are just an amazing talent! Where can I purchase/download/beg/buy patterns for your quilts?

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  5. Sent you some blog love - mentioned you. :)

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  6. Thank you for sharing your talent and creativity. Love your work.

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  7. I found you by chance and I'm very happy to see your beautiful, cheerful and inspirational quilts.
    I just finished reading your recent post. Your simple and friendly writing style go straight to my heart.
    I wish you all the best. I will come here again for sure.

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  8. Ohhhh no, what happen to the scallop border tutorial? I saved it on pinterest and now that I am ready for it, it is missing. Can you please tell me where it went to.

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    1. I'm so sorry this tutorial was removed from my blog and here's why.

      http://podunkpretties.blogspot.com/2015/11/inner-scallop-border-tutorial-correction.html

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  9. The quilt with the water can sitting on the corner... is it your pattern? Where can I buy it? What's it called? I do not have the talent to design so I don't mind buying paterns that I think are beautiful and that quilt is wonderful.

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  10. There's a tutorial for the block but not the entire quilt. It's here on this page just scroll up. Thanks for your interest.

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  11. I also love "Printer Friendly", wish more people could become familiar with it.

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  12. Thanks. What a hay-day I had downloading all your cute patterns.

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  13. Is your promanading tulips pattern available. So darn cute!!!!

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