Sunday, August 22, 2010

Fall is on the way

It is still nice and warm during the day here at Clear Lake BUT the evenings are really cooling off…..fall is coming!  As soon as the sun drops behind Mt. Konocki – our resident volcano – the temperature falls quickly.

Celebrate the change of seasons with one of our 3 patterns honoring the Four Seasons.  Celebrate the Seasons features 4 small seasonal blocks in RedWork or in Multi-color #8 Perle Cotton.  Button the RedWork Seasons on red and white fabric to create a long piece for decorating.  The colorful Seasons are framed in 5” x 7” wooden frames – just to be different.  237_Celebrate the Seasons We have 2 other wall quilts that honor the 4 seasons too.  You can pick one of them to create the wall decoration or take each of the blocks and make a much “bigger deal” with that one season.  Create a small wall quilt-lette to place in a special place and change each season.  A nice way to welcome your guests to your lovely home!  The whimsical designs in the Seasonal Patchwork Samplers are fun to stitch and will really make great small designs, too.347_SeasonalPatchworkSampler

The Four Seasons in the Garden was the first of my designs embroidered several years ago – I love designing for the seasons!  The blocks show all the special attributes of each season all set in the garden.  The crisp red and white is embroidered in just a few simple stitches PLUS each block has an additional decorative stitch under the seasons’ names.  The prairie point edge adds so much to the quilt hanging you will love in your home.  A fun stitching project! 162_FourSeasonsInTheGarden For a short time enjoy a SPECIAL PRICE for these RedWork patterns.  Save some money and honor the change of seasons right now and in the future too. 


  1. Hi, I love your patterns, have several of them.

  2. Your designs are so great. Sounds like you gals have been doing a lot of shows. How do you manage it all?
    Will we see you at PIQF?

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