Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Assisi peacock pattern


I've gotten lots of email and a few comments about the Assisi peacock pattern I just finished.  I've emailed a few of you back individually but thought this might be easier to ensure everyone who is interested gets the same information. 

The pattern is from a used library book I bought at the local library's semi-annual book sale a long long time ago.  After holding onto the book for several years, I decided the peacock pattern was the only "keeper", so I kept it and gave the book to my local EGA chapter for a fundraiser years ago.  I have no recollection of the book title or who bought/won it at the fundraiser.  All I remember is that it was hardback and about 1" thick.  Big help, I know. 

Now that I'm finished with it, I am willing to pass my pattern along to another peacock passionate stitcher.  If interested, please post a comment here with your email address and I'll figure something out to help those of you who expressed the desire.

Thanks again for all your lovely comments.  I've said it before, but when I read them, they feel like warm sunshine on my face!


  1. I have never actually tried the Assisi style, but I would love to! I love the blue you used - with any other colour it would certainly look different.

    Count me in, please!

    Pirjo from Finland

  2. Loved the finish. I went looking for the pattern on the internet and couldn't find it. I am so glad you are willing to part with it. Maybe it could become a traveling pattern. After the lucky person receives it and stitches it they can pass it on to the next person who asks for it.

  3. Very nice blog,Congratulation and Tchus from Tenerife!!!!