January 30, 2010

Testers Found - Foxs Flower Button Granny 6x6

I really think this center looks like a four hole button and the yellow makes it look like a flower. I'm open to re-naming the pattern. If you can come up with a better name for this pattern, feel free to speak up. I'm always open to new names before a pattern is released to the public.

If you want to be a tester, read the instructions below and let's get started! This time and from now on, everyone who tests any of the patterns will have their picture of the completed tested item shown in the blog next to their name as a tester. So show off your talents.

1. Must be a follower of this blog and an email subscriber. Not a follower yet? Sign up. Let me know your follower name.

2. Must be able to finish testing by Wednesday February 6th.

3. Must be able to send me a picture of your finished square attached to an email.

4. Must be able to send me errors of any kind you find in the pattern.

So if you want to test, send me an email to the address below with your Follower name.

Donna SmoothFoxLover@yahoo.com


Vanina said...

I'm your fan and I want to FOXS Granny Flower Button 6x6. I'm Argentina, and I do not know any English!
I helped with a translator online.
The problem is that I find the pattern on my blog as well!
A kiss!
I sent an email, but it bounces, I wonder if I scored well your email

soy tu seguidora y quiero hacer Foxs Flower Button Granny 6x6. Soy argentina, y no sé nada de inglés!
Me ayudo con un traductor online.
El problema es que no encuentro el patrón en tu blog para poder hacerlo!
mandé un mail, pero lo rebota, no sé si anoté bien tu correo
Un beso!

Unique2wh0 said...

That is a great square..so nice and cheerful! I like the name you picked..I love flowers and buttons and the two together...well what a pair :-)

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