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Last month, we released a new and easy way to make the classic Snail Trail quilt block using foundation paper to master the swirling shape and intricate piecing. We were so inspired by this incredible vintage design that we designed a free quilt pattern and wanted to invite you to join in the Spotted Snail Trail Quilt Along!


On ordering you will receive an eight page snail quilt block pdf pattern which includes detailed instructions and a large, colour diagram to visually illustrate how the block comes together.


To view the free online pattern, please continue to scroll down. You can also download the ad-free and printable version of this pattern for a small fee here. Your generous contribution will help towards the cost of materials and running this website so I can continue to publish my free online patterns for everyone to enjoy.


This Amigurumi bunny crochet rattle is a sweet addition to my crochet bunny lovey blanket and together they make a beautiful gift any baby will love! This Sleepy Bunny - free crochet rattle pattern is very simple so it is an ideal project for beginners. Plus it...


When I was working on this free crochet lamb lovey pattern, I was determined to try something new that would make this lamb lovey blanket stand out of the crowd. I used a new technique to crochet the head so instead of using a bobble stitch I tried something...


Looking for a cute Amigurumi penguin pattern this winter Well, look no more! This free crochet penguin pattern is the one for you! Her name is Poppy and although she loves to play in the snow, she can't wait to make new friends who will give her lots of...


We're introducing Marti's new fabric line, Ultra Violet Catalina, with a free pattern for a quilt and matching bolster pillow. Just click on the image below to download the 4-page PDF. Scroll down for more free patterns.


Make individual patterns for each applique piece from the patterns provided. Add seam allowances for hand applique, however, DO NOT ADD SEAM ALLOWANCES for fused applique (see below for abbreviated instructions for Fused Applique method).


The freshwater snail Indoplanorbis exustus is found across India, Southeast Asia, central Asia (Afghanistan), Arabia and Africa. Indoplanorbis is of economic importance in that it is responsible for the transmission of several species of the genus Schistosoma which infect cattle and cause reduced livestock productivity. The snail is also of medical importance as a source of cercarial dermatitis among rural workers, particularly in India. In spite of its long history and wide geographical range, it is thought that Indoplanorbis includes only a single species. The aims of the present study were to date the radiation of Indoplanorbis across Asia so that the factors involved in its dispersal in the region could be tested, to reveal potential historical biogeographical events shaping the phylogeny of the snail, and to look for signs that I. exustus might be polyphyletic.


The freshwater snail Indoplanorbis exustus (Deshayes, 1834) (Planorbidae: Bulininae) is the sole member of its genus and is widely distributed across the tropics as an important intermediate host for several trematode parasites (Trematoda: Digenea). I. exustus is best known as the intermediate host responsible for the transmision of Schistosoma nasale Rao, 1933 and Schistosoma spindale (Montgomery, 1906), as well as other trematodes such as Echinostoma spp. and some spirorchids (Digenea: Spirorchiidae)[1, 2]. A third species of Schistosoma, Schistosoma indicum (Montgomery, 1906) is also transmitted by I. exustus. Although other snails have been implicated in transmission of these three Schistosoma spp. (e.g., Lymnaea luteola, S. indicum and S. nasale and Lymnaea acuminata, S. nasale and S. spindale), I. exustus is the most important host for S. nasale and S. spindale, as well as for S. indicum in certain regions. Indeed I. exustus may be the sole natural intermediate host for th




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