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Let’s Bee Social #178

Posted on: May 24th, 2017 by Lorna McMahon

Welcome to the Let’s Bee Social!
So glad to have you join us for the Let’s Bee Social weekly linky party!

The Love Birds quilt that I shared with you on Friday has got my creative juices flowing…

 

This week I drew up the Ducks in a Row….

 

 I am having fun trying out different fabrics to see how this could look….
 This fabrics you choose could make this design look like it suits a boy…

 

Or the fabrics you choose could make this design look like it suits a girl…


Or it could be made to be completely gender neutral.

 

Hope to be able to make a decision on a fabric pull and show you a real life version soon!

You can find the pattern available for purchase here.

 

 

 

 

Now… It’s your turn for Show and Tell!!!

What have you been working on?


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23 Responses

  1. Vera says:

    Well done Lorna! What a fun and cute design!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Such a simple design but it has a big impact. I love the gender neutral, reduced version the most!

  3. Nancy J says:

    Just Ducky!!! A saying down here, and they are so cute.

  4. Puppilalla says:

    The ducks are very cute =) Thank you for hosting the link-up.

  5. Ariane says:

    This design is adorable!!! Love it!!

  6. Paige says:

    Lorna, how cute! My vote is the classic yellow duckies with the low volumne background! Either way, they are adorable!

  7. These are wonderful! Love how you designed them – and love how there could be a few rows of them – if you want! Beautiful!!

  8. So cute!! This makes me think of the ugly duckling, wonder if a bit longer neck would make a swan baby in the row?

  9. Kate says:

    Love the ducks! I can see lots of cute baby quilts coming from that pattern.

  10. Mari says:

    Oh my gosh– make way for ducklings! This is adorable and would be a great baby gift!

  11. Jayne says:

    I'm a huge fan of rubber duckies and especially yellow ones! Super cute Lorna!

  12. Lori says:

    sweet. both the love birds and the ducks are wonderful

  13. I love those ducks! Looking forward to seeing your finished quilt.

  14. too Cute!!! I need some of your energy to make so many great thigns!

  15. These ducks are so cute. It is crazy how different they look with a change of fabric.

  16. Super cute Lorna. What a fun baby quilt. Or, if smaller, could be a fun wall quilt in a duck themed nursery. Love this!!

  17. Charlotte M. says:

    I loved the love birds the other day. These ducks are so cute. I am going to remember them next time I need a baby quilt.

  18. Tu-Na Quilts says:

    Hi, Lorna! Those duckies are so cute in any of the ways you've shown. You are one talented and creative quilter! Thanks for the linky party.

  19. Patty says:

    Love the ducks!

  20. Those little ducks are adorable Lorna. Perfect for springtime!

  21. Nicole says:

    If you made a few options for the mama, they could be goslings or cygnets as well! Very cute as is.

  22. Those ducks!!! Lorna, I love them – adorable, clean, simple… and I would honestly make them in every one of those colorways, so the pattern will be extremely versatile for baby gifting regardless of decor colors. The texture of the yellow/text you went with reminds me of Eric Carle's \”Ten Little Ducks\” : ) Perfect baby shower present pairing!

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