Wednesday, August 19, 2009

****** UP DATE :) Fons and Porter are aces :)

Thank you everyone that helped me look for this pattern.. you will never guess where I found it!! I use to put all my projects together in one place. That is so I would know where the patterns, threads, and fabrics were. Guess what???? This is one of those that I did this with.. when I started looking at my quilted fabric selections to try and wing it.... there it was!!! The pattern right in the middle of the material. Boy was I sure surprised that I found it there... LOL it really is getting bad when your so old you forget what you use to do :) Anyway thank you for all the help and links to try and find a replacement :) By the way I looked on Ebay for the buy now mag and someone else must have purchased it before me or.. I just over looked it with these ole eyes of mine. Speaking of which after Vac is an appointment to get them checked again. I might have to have new lenses.. I am have trouble seeing the small stuff... ugh bi-focals X3 :) Everyone have a great day :)
Thank you again for all your help!! You guys are the greatest :)


Mary Grace McNamara said...

I found the perfect man, but alas, I cannot help you with the back pack pattern! It is awfully cute though. If I had the pattern, I would certainly have to make it!

Sorry I'm no help at all :(


Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

What a wonderful blog filled with great things! Thanks for the ymmy recipes! Happy quilting!


Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

I will take a look!

AwtemNymf said...

i looked as I thought I had that one. But sorry- I don't. I do have other old copies of quilt mags I can send you if you want them. Holler!


Jennifer, Gypsy Hill Quilt Studio said...

M - I'll take a look. I have a lot of back issues and I'll get back to you if I find this issue. I can just send the mag if I have it. :)

Anonymous said...

If you do find your magazine - I found this on their blog:

March/April 2005 Issue

CORRECTIONS for Groovy Backpack Instructions

#10 should read as follows:
10. With right sides facing, pin front piece to back piece. Taking a 1/2" seam, sew partial side seam on 1 side of back pack, beginning seam 6" down from top edge and ending seam 2" up from top edge of bottom trim.

Anonymous said...

here it on ebay as a buy it now