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11 October 2011

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Myra

Thank you for the wonderful tutorial!

pam duxbury

Thank you for taking the time to put this tutorial out there for all of us.

Summerfield Quilts

Loved your tutorial over at Sew We Quilt. Thank you for sharing.

Katherine

Wow! This is fantastic, Penny. Great idea for a curtain, such a fun and colourful idea.

Kim Wiley

Cute tutortial - and neat things on your blog - thanks for sharing at Madam Samm today!

Anjeanette

I love this! Thank you so much for sharing!

Nancy B

I just "popped" over from Stash Manicure and saw your cute pop bottles. Thanks for the tutorial.

Rachel at Stitched in Color

Another piece of fan mail for those pop bottles! The row of them just about kills me.

also, your pencil sharpener is such a little treasure. Good for you rescuing that poor thing!

Cindi C

This is too cute! I love it. Thanks for sharing.

Joyce Mitchell

Thanks for the cute pattern.

Cheryl

such a cute pattern. your curtains will be sew much fun in your kitchen.

Sherill

New follower. I really enjoyed your tutorial on SewweQuilt. thank you.

Melissa

That's going to be an amazing curtain! I'm feeling brave...I might actually try some of this paper piecing cuteness you have going on!

katieQ

Thanks for the great tutorial.

liveacolorfullife

that is so amazingly cute! I have been paper piecing the last two nights, but nothing nearly as fun as this!!

Archie the wonder dog

Love the design - such a great idea!

Laura Jane

A-maaaaay-zing!

meagan

This is super cute!! I love the pop bottle idea :-)

kendascrafts

that's so cute! Thanks for the pattern!

quirkygranolagirl

what a fantastic design, Penny. cute, retro and chic all at once :)

Jody Blue

I have a mason jar full of colorful bottle caps on the kitchen window sill, adding a fun curtain like yours would look so cool together.

Dayna

Wow, Penny! It's always a treat to stop by and see what your genius mind has to share with us! You're amazingly gifted. This is such a fantastic idea.

Desiree

Thanks heaps for including the link to the paper piecing instructions, and your tute; but I am now even more in awe at your ability to take a simple technique and turn it into something lovely :)

Jenny Matlock

Wow. Sweetest. Curtains. Ever.

Carrie P.

YOu are so talented. Great design.

Marit

These bottles are super fun, Penny. Your curtain is fantastic, it will make doing dishes a joyful experience in your new home!

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Thank you for so generously sharing your pattern with us!

nanette

I love this. I just dont' have enough confidence to do the little paper piecing. your work is so amazing.

Kathy Carbone

Did you take a course on architecture? How did you draw those patterns? They're very accurate! Well, homeowners who love decorating their houses with cute stuff can benefit from this tutorial. Thanks a lot for sharing!

Lynn

This is sooo adorable!! I love this idea, so much better then store bought curtains. Definately an individual and nothing like any one else has. I Love it!

Crissy

Oh my goodness! Amazing, adorable, awesome. Just saw it on Pinterest.

carol

HI!!!!
YOUR PAPER PIECING IS VERY NICE AND ORIGINAL.
I WOULD LIKE MAKE IT.
BUT I CAN'T PRINT ME THE PDF. PLEASE COULD YOU HELP ME?
THANKS A LOT!!!

elsa

I can't believe I missed this pattern ~ it's so darn cute! And, featured on Howthrone Threads Newsletter today! You make the most amazing patterns ~ thanks so much!

Karen Ann

I would love to make this....am I missing the link for the printable?? Awesome!!

Penny

Hi Karen Ann,
Just follow the text above the image of the pattern to print it off. You will save it to your computer then print it! Good luck!

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