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Friday, July 12, 2019

Harry Potter - Hufflepuff

Connie Tessier (owlsea)
5" paper pieced


We're back to share another fun Harry Potter pattern from Connie!


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2 comments:

  1. Since I never get any response when I leave a comment, this one might not even be seen, but, I just made Gimli's Axe from the LOTR quilt along, and the pattern is really messed up. When you go to put the pieces together, they don't fit at all, and part of the axe is facing the wrong way in the pattern from what is shown as the final finished block. I had to add background fabric to several parts of the pattern to make it fit together. I've not made a block before that looked like this one (the software). I think it is the software that is the problem. I've made LOTS of other blocks from FiS in the past and not had a problem and have even been a pattern tester for some Peter Pan blocks.

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    1. Even though all of our patterns have been tested before being posted, there is always the possibility for error. We forward all suggestions and corrections to the individual designer. Thank you for the feedback!

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