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Thread: Pattern for "Fairy House"

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    Pattern for "Fairy House"

    I posted pictures of a quilted fairy house I made about a year ago and have had many people want the pattern by Gloria Bradford. Old post Fairy House I made
    Many people wanted the pattern but it was not available online any more.

    I was just at the Road to CA. yesterday and found the booth that sold me the pattern - and she still sells them. The lady does not have a website but was willing to give me her email address so if you want the pattern she will sell it to you via email.

    Please PM me for her email address if you are interested. You will need to know what pattern you want when you contact her...I suggest looking at the website that comes up when you google Gloria Bradford and see the name of the pattern you like.

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    were they "hardish" to make or could a newbi sew them together. i am not very good yet but try. I love them and my dd would just jump out of her skin to have one.
    when life gets you down go and talk with a little kid. They will help you work out even the worst problems with their simple logic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sahm4605 View Post
    were they "hardish" to make or could a newbi sew them together. i am not very good yet but try. I love them and my dd would just jump out of her skin to have one.
    The pattern was a little hard to understand (at least for me). Basically you make the house sides like any quilt sandwich, turn, quilt as you like then you have to hand sew with upholstery thread the sides together. This was a little hard for me because I have arthritis. The roof followed the same steps.

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    Thank you.........I have been searching for this pattern........will send you a PM!

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