You can read about my first two versions here (the Anna Maria Horner one) and here (the Cotton + Steel one). I started this pattern last spring. Before I could finish, there were things like a baby and a move and many moments where I just drove myself crazy trying to decide exactly what I wanted to do! (Thanks, by the way, Michelle, for helping me through some of those moments!) Now I believe all the register marks are where they should be, and I think my pattern testers caught all my typos. I owe a HUGE thanks to these testers – I absolutely love their fabric choices and the enthusiasm they brought to this project. They worked quickly and gave me great feedback! Check out their projects and click on over (where applicable) to see more of their wonderful work!
I am head over heels for those antennae that Susan stitched on that last moth!!!
I’m sure you can’t resist the inspiration in those test moths – the pattern is Luna Moth Paper Piecing Pattern at Craftsy!
I’d like to give away two copies of the pattern. Just leave a comment if you’re interested and I’ll pick two random winners on Monday! Entries will close Monday at 9am CST.