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At the beginning of this month, I released my latest quilt pattern called "Moon Lake". It is an applique pattern and from the title I'm sure you can guess that it has a moon and lake in it. The design is all applique, however it didn't start out that way. My first intention was to have a pieced background with flowers around the border, but then I decided I wanted to create a scene so a lake was born along with mountains and a night sky.
Six years ago last September I wrote a blog post on blogspot. I was amazed to find it still there even through I cannot get into the account and have not posted on there for many years. I did manage to copy the post and repost it here on my current blog site. This is the story of how Light Upon the Earth was created.
Earlier this year I mentioned the balipops and charm squares from Hoffman fabrics that I was planning on working with. Actually, it wasn't my own pattern I was making, which is unusual for me. Anita Eaton was working on a new design and I just thought it would look great in the volcano colors - black, orange and green for the most part.
Last week I decided to make the Thanksgiving tablerunner from the Festive Runners pattern. I was trying to decide which set of fabrics to use.
Of course, now we are in October I am thinking of Christmas. The way this year has sped by, Christmas will have come and gone before I can blink an eye so today I figured I'd better get started on some Christmas sewing. Well, I cannot exactly show you what I'm sewing today otherwise someone I'm sewing for will see, but I can show you the Christmas patterns that I converted to downloads today.
Do you want a free gingerbread house applique pattern? Read on about this cute Christmas pattern that would be great to give as a gift or to hang on your wall this Christmas.
Christmas is just around the corner and Fall is close for those in the Northern hemisphere so Anita's pattern Angels or Angles is a really good choice for everyone. It is all patchwork triangles that can be made into a scrappy fall quilt...
One of the first classes I taught on my first trip to America was "Poppy Fields" which is a pattern Jan Blanchet designed. That was way back in 2002 and it is still a popular pattern today.