Sunday, January 23, 2011

Hot off the Sewing Machine!!!

Anybody remember this???  It was our project for the Autumn Retreat!  I was going to design a quilt around it...other blocks too.  Well...I drew and drew and ended up with Calendula Patterdrip's Cottage.  This block just didn't fit in anymore!!  Sometimes that happens.  You've no idea how many things get abandoned altogether.  I found some 30's type blacks and oranges that just fit this PERFECTLY!!  I finished it a few minutes ago and just HAD to share!!!!  xoxox  Meg

31 comments:

Diane H said...

Spooktacular!

Sue said...

And it is so lovely just like everything else you do!

Surely enjoy your patterns :)

Thank you for being so creative:)

Rita Nichols said...

I love it!

Quiliting in Mequon said...

I just love the quilt... The shoe is so sweet... I like what you did to finish this quilt....Great Job... :)

mary said...

Love It! Will we be able to get the pattern?

Mary C.

mary said...

Love it! Will this be a new release? I sure hope so.

Beth said...

Love it!!! Been telling all my friends who stitch to check out you blog and see what is coming.

Colleen said...

So CUTE!! Love it!

Anna said...

Oh my STARS!!!! I love that, already have the fabrics...I need that pattern!

Anna
www.wooliemammoth.blogspot.com

peggy in kansas said...

I love this....so charmingly Halloween....when can we purchase it???
peg in kansas

Madame Samm said...

Lovely, lovely..colors are great..do you use Cosmo threads for many of your stitches? I would like to order some and was wondering what top 10 colors are needed or recommended ..
I just received your Hocus Pocus which I will be working on this summer in time for the fall.

Prim Rose Hill ©2008-2011 said...

OMGosh!That is awesome! :)

Rebecca P said...

That is so pretty, I just love it.

quiltingjen said...

OMG! Love it! This is so cute and won't take me forever! Can't wait for the pattern!

Meg Hawkey said...

I'm so glad you like this design!! It will be released in May and if you're on our Email list you'll get a little newsletter when all the new things come out. Let's see....if I was going to get 10 Cosmo flosses to try out I think I'd get some of the "Seasons" variegated ones. They're all so pretty! Just get colors that you think you'd use...probably greens for leaves..maybe a couple pink/rose ones? I think I'd try one of the 2 strand spools too (they're just SOOOOooo nice!) OOoooh! You could get the black spools to do Hocuspocusville! Each spool is the equivilant of just over 3 skeins of floss. :o)

Teresa said...

Please, please, please publish this...I love the setting!

In stitches,
Teresa :o)

ksgirl said...

love it! need pattern NOW!

suz said...

I love this! I'm an autumn/ Halloween person - this is, as Diane H says, spooktacular! perfect word!

Sharon S said...

Be still my beating heart! Can't wait to get this one!

KMSC said...

Meg,
I love what you did with "our" retreat pattern! I know a few gals who have finished the embroidery; I'm still working on mine. Now I have a great reason to finish it!!
Awesome pattern, as always. Kristi

Bonny said...

So Cool!

Marianne said...

Ilove it hope the pattern well be out soon

Carrie P. said...

It turned out great.

kshackabq said...

That is gorgeous!

Sandy Bate said...

Oh Meg!! That looks wonderful!! And I already have the pattern for the shoe!! YEAH!! I just loved your retreat and am looking forward to coming to another one. You are so creative.

scarlette said...

like some others above me, it is great and we want it NOW! so how do we do that?

kathleen said...

great halloween pattern. Where and when can I get it?

Keri in California said...

Since this block didn't make the pattern, I hope you offer it separately because it so darn cute! Fingers crossed. :)

Brenda said...

Oh I Love the pattern, sure hope this will be available for purchase soon, PLEASE!! Keep up the GREAT work.

Anonymous said...

Please make this a pattern!! Please, Please,,,...

Gail Wood said...

I love this. I totally want to stitch it along with the whole Calendula one. Looking forward to it being a pattern hint*hint