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A Big Fat Thank YOU!

on Feb 10, 2009 in blogging others, business, classes, pattern, quilting, sewing | 3 comments


I’ve got two pictures to share with you of sewing done by my super great friends. First up, we have a couple of the Aprons from February’s Apron Class with the French Seam technique. The above picture is my friend’s absolutely adorable 2 1/2 yo daughter wearing moms brand spankin new pink and yellow apron. (Which makes me think I need to draft a pattern for a slightly smaller sized chef- so my guests can make Mommy & Me matching aprons.) AND then below picture is of a couple students from the Friday class, graciously modeling their designs for me. The apron on the left is two different sizes of black gingham, which looks excellent in person- but kinda tricky for a photo.

And as you faithful blog readers know, I’m hoping to release 4 patterns in March and two are already back from the testers. She chose to use green and cream for the design and I do think it turned out very well. Check out this little sneak peek:

The photo above is just a portion of the larger queen size scrappy quilt. Its called Boxed In and will be landing in my pattern shop soon. Of course, I’ll have a big blog post on that day. =)

I cannot thank you ladies enough for testing the patterns and supporting my local classes. I love sewing, designing and teaching and you make it all possible. Thank you.

ps- AND thank you so much for letting me post your pictures.

    3 Comments

  1. That little girl is such a cutie!!!
    Love the apron too. :) I had a lot of fun testing the pattern for the quilt. It went together really fast and your directions were awesome!!
    dawn

    Owens Family Adventures

    February 10, 2009

  2. Looks like everyong did a great job! Probably because of the great teacher!

    Leigh

    February 12, 2009

  3. Looks like you are keeping extra busy as usual. Love the stuff.

    Colleen formerly of South Africa

    February 12, 2009

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