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Friday, September 02, 2016

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Stacey Martin

love the double button!! Go for it, what a fantastic way to reflect on summer! Might just make this to hang up by itself to bring smiles through the winter!

Deborah Simmons

I love those buttons. Where can I find them? I've checked on line and can't find them. I also looked at the Fat Quarter Shop. Is there any way to get them? Thanks Debbie

Livia Boggs

i love the color teal! I would add another button for the eye, great idea!

Diana G

Omgoodness Pat that is just awesome .. you did a great job and just when I was looking for something to make the 10 yo granddaughter a new quilt !!

Now do you have a piggy one ?? and a fish one ? hahahahahhaaha

Love your emails ..

Chris G.

Yes, yes, yes...make the eye a double button...I think I'd get a black button and put an aqua one on top of it!!!

Annette

Love the 3rd Seahorse. Just add the double button eye...I am. Thanks for the pattern!

Michele Fetter

Love the seahorse and fabric line. I've been collecting this fabric and waiting for a block I like. You nailed it again, Pat!

Sue L

How about a tiny black or blue button on top of star eye to differentiate? So adorable.

Sharon

I think the heart would make a cute eye that I saw in there! But if I had to vote for your question it would be the double eye! All your photos are cute if this seahorse I can't wait to make one!

sandy

Double button for the eye!

Nanette

Love the double button for the eye!!

Diana Rosenthal

I No I wouldn't use the double button. I like the staar button for the eye. My favorite color is Aqua and browns so I just love this color.

Leila Soffen

This is just gorgeous! I'm a sucker for sea themed things...

Sheila

I think a double button would be perfect. So cute !

Debby Siccardi

so very cute!!

Janet Green

Love the double button. And I believe the seahorse will be a nice addition to the splendid sampler

Rebecca Christie

so cute, yes on the double button eye... Thank you for the sea horse - you always have such inspirational things to share.

Jacqui Delchau

I adore your block, the half square triangle block adds depth and interest! We live on the beach but sadly no seahorses here that I know of?
I prefer the double button...simple, perfect! thankyou Pat for the template. It will be used ;o) Valla Beach, NSW Australia

MoeWest

This is very cute! For the eye, I would use the faceted button that you stacked on top of the star but I wouldn't use the star for the eye. On top of the faceted button I would put a smaller round black bead.

Cheryl Curcin

I don't think you need a double button for eye, the star button sets itself apart nicely

Darlene Poirier

I would use a double button for the eye, it is so sweet. :) Thanks for sharing Pat!!!!

Dianna

LOVE seahorses!!! That is all.

Evelyn Wonner

So cute and yes use the double button for the eye.

Anita Jackson

How adorable~

Sharon

This would be a nice sqaure for the ocean quilt that is planned for my daughter.

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