Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Japanese Birdies pattern

This wall hanging is easy and fun to make, and would look great in any choice of fabrics. Go for a colour coordinated look, or make your birds in all the colours of the rainbow.


The birds would look great on pillows or table runners as well, like this one (pattern not included)

25 comments:

  1. Ohhhh they are so cute! Thanks for another chance to win a pattern Nina Lise! Please put my name in the draw!
    I think that just one little solitary bird will be lovely too. Or two facing each other. Or two big ones and a small as a new baby welcoming quilt. Loads of possibilities!
    These birdies remind me of the movie The March of the Penguins!

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  2. P.S. My word verification was flight.... that must be a sign!

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  3. Love this pattern! Thanks for all the wonderfully creative quilts you do! I really enjoy following your posts. PiecefulDays@SquareSpace.com (soon to be just PiecefulDays.com)

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  4. Love your designs, an inspiration for all those who read you. I´m hoping to get the pattern.

    Hope my verification word is "landing in Brazil". LOL

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  5. the only one that I have not bought from yoou - maybe I can win the lovely flock !

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  6. O.K. I´ll try again!
    Pleeeeeaaaaaaassssse, let this pattern come to Germany!

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  7. Adorable Nina! This would be cute for my soon to be granddaugher's room!

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  8. I do love this pattern--I think I would actually try to follow the directions because the result on this one would be so much fun!Thanks for the chance!

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  9. I love these birds, thankyou for the chance to win them. Even if I do not win them I might have to buy them, they are so cute.
    Frankie

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  10. I would love to have a chance to win the pattern. Please sing me up. It is incredible. How sweet of you to offer an English version as well as a Norwegain version. That is so thoughtful of you.

    I linked you up in my sidebar, too. I can't resist spreading the word.
    Jody
    visionquest2020 AT msn DOT com

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  11. I love this pattern. You always have the cutest ideas.

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  12. Blogger must know your ideas as my word verification was "whing". Too many bird words popping up here!!!!

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  13. I absolutely love this pattern and I am moving to Japan, so I will need something to work on when I get there! I leave Monday, so this would be a great treat!

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  14. aww very cute! i love the pattern :)

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  15. Your creativity blows me away. I love these birds! I can't wait until I have time to order and make some of your bird patterns. They make me smile :)

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  16. Oh! Yes please. I just love these birds!! Thank you for another chance to win one of your incredible patterns!

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  17. I don't think you are capable of making a design that I don't absolutely LOVE. I think these Birdies on their nests would look wonderful as a 'family tree' - with each family member's name on a nest (fortunately I have a fairly small family!).

    I would love to win this pattern - thank you so much for your generosity!

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  18. you know I am a big fan of your birds! I would love to win...thanks for including me!!!! melinda

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  19. I have to leave a comment here. You know I read you daily and love your patterns. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  20. Another great pattern. Thank you for the chance.

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  21. Wow! what a lovely pattern!!

    Am I considered one of your regulars? :~D

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  22. Once again, love your new pattern! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

    Gayle

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  23. Yes, of course, please enter my name in your giveaway.

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  24. oh YES!!! You know I want to take these little guys home with me :)

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter!!

    little cuties.....

    SheilaC

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  25. Hi Nina Lise,

    Naturally I would love the opportunity to win these cute little birds :)

    Hugs, Sharon

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