Friday, July 6, 2012

End of the Week and New Patterns

I'm giving you all a sneak peak at some new patterns coming down the road.  It's the end of the week here on the prairie.  We got sunburned weeding the garden earlier this week, discovered a family of skunks living under our neighbor's storage shed, and managed to get some finished quilts photographed properly, for a change.  It's quite hot today and will be in the 100's by Sunday (humidity about 12%).

Here's the first pattern, for Christmas.  This is just the computer version of it but the yardage and cutting instructions are all done.  It's called "Santa Claus" (isn't that original?), for now.

And another pattern, for Autumn, called, for now, "Harvest Time".  This may be three patterns in one, what do you think?  Again, this is just the drawing.....not the finished sample, yet.  

I'm sorry to have to mess these up a little with the copyright.  I'm supposed to have a watermark on them but haven't finished the confirmation on that yet.  Should be done in a couple of days, though.

Time to stop working, though, and put the feet up for a while.  Thinking about what to fix for the weekend meals to keep everyone going forward and happy.  Hmmmm.......tomorrow, we'll cook something together, eh?  I've been thinking of a bean salad and/or maybe Chile Rellenos.


  1. Thank you, Jennifer. Imagine a big old ghost like that skeered of a lil ol' mouse......(probably afraid the mouse would gnaw holes in his toes)......Booo!

  2. Hi Cherry: Thanks so much for visiting us out here on the prairie. Summer is a wonderful time and I can't believe I actually have time for patterns with all the gardening and canning and sunshine and all. I hope your summer is going great, too.

  3. Add Sun Flowers and Pumpkin and I have autumn the way I like it. Thanks again for new ideas. My favorite season is autumn all the way. So am looking forward to your patterns. Irene


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