These patterns are now sold, thanks for looking. I have been cleaning out my cupboard and I found these 12 set of patterns that I no longer need as I have almost finished this quilt so I thought I would try and sell it. The Australian designer behind these great drawings is Robyn Allen-Waters.
Unfortunately the patterns don't come with the buttons as I used them on my quilt.
All the patterns are in perfect 2nd hand condition and come in the cute little bag pictured below.
All I am asking is $50 for the patterns. I will ship international but as I can't accept foreign currency we can maybe work out a trade. If you want to see more pictures please just ask.
If you are interested please leave a comment or send me an e-mail.
I've just popped in to share with you the gifts I made for Wendy at Charlottes Web . Wendy kindly let me borrow her pics as I forgot to take a photo of my package before I sent it off. Thanks Wendy. Ok here we go, I really enjoyed making the stitched heart. Its a Rosalie Quinlan design and so much fun to make. I also enjoyed making the mini pin cushion and needlecase , I like playing with small scraps of fabric.
I also added a few extra goodies. I'm so pleased you liked everything Wendy.
Not a real lot of sewing going on today as its too hot. We have just come back from swimming at the Gorge, it was beautiful and cool there. Now I need to think about what to cook for dinner. Something easy I reckon.
A little while ago my friend Wendy from Charlottes web and I decided to do a swap with each other, This week my swap gifts arrived . Wendy made me the most beautiful gifts from Anni Downs fabric. A gorgeous little drawstring bag, a needlecase and a pin cushion with scissors in the back.
Even with some embroidery which is so pretty.
Also Wendy sent me some lovely fabric which is so pretty and designed by Rielly Blake. A cute tin and a button.
Thankyou Wendy, the gifts you made me are perfect.
You will have to go to Wendy's blog to see the things I sent her as I forgot to take photos.
I also recieved another special gift from my friend Steph, all the way from Belgium.
Steph sent me some Tilda fabrics. I love these and as they are so hard to come by I need to think of the perfect project.
Steph also sent me some Tilda wooden cut outs, I think I'll put them in my quilt journal.
Plenty of sewing going on this weekend, I'll be back to share then.
The internet and other blogs are so full of inspiration that I could spend all day just going from page to page and getting so many ideas. When I found this block tutorial over at Amber's blog... A little bit biased, I wanted to start it straight away. Well it wasn't long before I had one row complete. Then after lots and lots of hours sewing I finally finished the quilt top.
I'm so pleased with the end result and even more excited that Amber has posted about my quilt on her blog. Thank you Amber you really have made my day.
My zinnias look so pretty in my garden right now I just had to include them in a photo.