Tuesday, January 12, 2010

New Designs!

Well, the three new designs... Windflowers, Susan's Dresden Garden, and Breath of Spring... are almost ready to release!! The patterns are complete and being printed. I'm just waiting for the quilts to return from our quilter, Jill Therriault, so that they can be photographed for the covers!!! Sooooooooo................... that means it's time to get started on all of the ideas that have been running around in my brain!!! They're causing trouble... and they need to get out & on to paper! I've been drawing all afternoon and decided to add color to one block and scan it in! That's it above......... I think this is going to be SO MUCH FUN!!!
We've received some pictures from our friend from Jacksonville FL, Susan Ache. She's been freezing her tushy off for the last week or so... in the deep freeze that's hit the southern states. We've learned that those Florida girls don't have alot of warm winter clothes! I'm trying to arrange an air lift of turtleneck sweaters and long johns for them....but they'd probably arrive just in time for a heat wave!! LOL!!! So....guess you're on your own! Bundle up in some of those embroidered quilts!? Anyway..... Susan, it seems, is staying at home where it's warm and sewing! She sent these photos of her Flight of Fancy quilt, but she's an over-acheiver and did birds in flight blocks as it's alternate blocks. IT'S GORGEOUS!!!! Thanks for sharing!


Keep Stitching! xox Meg






5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am waiting on pins and needles for you to post the new patterns. I have gift certificates just waiting to use. Everything is just sooo pretty.
Lori
Poland, Ohio

Anonymous said...

My visit to your website was such a pleasure. I felt like I was coming home. Your designs remind me of the way my mom taught me to stitch.

Ina said...

Me, too! Pictures! Pictures!! I'm also intrigued about the 'new' embroidery thread you mentioned....

Threeundertwo said...

Oh my! That quilt is gorgeous! I love the alternate blocks she made.

Dianne said...

Love the postcard floral image. Will it be a quilt also? It's so gorgeous and nostalgic!