This is a new block I designed and sewed out yesterday. I posted a picture on Facebook to make sure everyone could tell what it was and also to see what people would do with it if they made one. I got a lot of great suggestions like mug rug, wall hanging, one block in a Christmas sampler quilt. This block measures 6" x 10" and I may add borders to it to make it a little larger. So, what would YOU do with it?
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
I just listed these 2 paper pieced blocks on Craftsy! There is still time to make a couple before Halloween. Add some borders to make a quick decoration or make 2 and turn them into a treat bag. Here is a link to Craftsy: http://craftsy.com
Search under Halloween to find these patterns or Susan Cook to find my other designs.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
I have just made the pattern for Lexa's Angel available on Craftsy! Check her out as well as all of the other wonderful angel patterns available for immediate download. http://craftsy.com
Still lots of time to make a few angels for Christmas!
Friday, October 19, 2012
The real question is "is THIS a good pun?" This is a picture of my newest design. Its called DEAR SANTA, I'VE BEEN NAUTICAL. The signal flags spell out Merry Christmas and I've got little wreath charms on the sails. I may add little plastic Christmas lights to the sailboats, too. I can't help but giggle a little when I tell someone the name of this design, but is that because I have a weird sense of humor or does it make others smile, too? I think this design would work for anyone who lives near a lake or wishes they lived near a lake. Do you have a sailor in the family? Most of this quilt is paper pieced with the exception of the moon and the black circle on the "I" flag. They were done with fusible web applique. I was able to put this top together in a weekend so there is still lots of time to make one for yourself or as a really unique gift by Christmas!
Tuesday, October 09, 2012
I have decided to try Craftsy! I have uploaded my Peppermints Mug Rug and Ornament pattern and it is now available by pdf download at http://craftsy.comI hope you'll check it out since there are so many wonderful patterns available without having to wait for the mailman! There are also lots of classes to choose from. I will be adding other designs as often as I am able so check back often.