Monday, January 25, 2010

New Patterns!


Hi everybody!

We're working away trying to get the three new designs ready to release!! All we're waiting for now, is "Susan's Dresden Garden" to get back from Jill, our quilter so that it can be photographed for the pattern cover. HURRY, HURRY JILL!!!! It's supposed to arrive tomorrow or Tuesday. I CAN'T WAIT!! The picture above is a peek at "Breath of Spring". Some of you may have seen the pillow in a quilting magazine last summer, and since I used all three of these for classes a couple years ago, some of you may have already made one of them! Well, finally.....as promised......... here's the pattern with all three! It's just for the images though... no pillow pattern..........but then, how hard is it to make a few little 9 patch blocks and sew on some antique crocheted lace??? You don't need a pattern for that!! I look for old pillowcase edgings when I'm antique-ing. The pillowcases get old, thin, ripped and stained but their hand crocheted edgings hold up really well and make such pretty trims!!


Spring IS coming... this weekend I saw so many people out cleaning out their gardens so that the daffodils & tulips will be able to poking their heads up soon! Have a happy week!! Meg

7 comments:

Threeundertwo said...

Love love love these!

ferne said...

sew precious!

Elizabeth said...

Meg,
I am stalking your web site. Waiting with CC in hand for the new patterns. LOL
Hugs,
Elziabeth

Anonymous said...

Meg, can you remind me which issue the pitcher pattern was in? I know I have it...just can't find it! Thanks--
Holly in Michigan

Anonymous said...

I'm glad to hear that I am not the only website stalker. I am checking each day to see if the new ones are out! :)
Christina, in KS

Kathy said...

Beautiful!
Where did you get the fabric for the top pillow and how did you color it?

My 1st Bambina! said...

Hi, I just wanted to let you know that I love this pattern and that I just finished stitching #1 in this set. I posted on my blog, in which I mention of your website and your tutorial for English Daisies. Thanks so much for creating such beautiful dainty patterns... Love them !