Friday, 7 August 2015

Friday Link up #29

Hello!
Welcome to another
FRIDAY Link Up PARTY!


And you all know what that means - 
We all get to "show and tell" what we have designed, made, crafted etc...

What have you been working on this week




I've been furiously busy finishing the EBooks and putting all of them into my new Pattern Shop over at PAYHIP.

The Craftsy shop will be just the same but the EBooks will all be gathered over at Payhip. That way it doesn't get too crowded over there.








This is one of my latest EBooks - "In the Garden" from the 2014 Block of the Month series. Available in my Payhip shop. Button on sidebar.

I'm still working on a load of others too. Some of the very old patterns are not getting any attention any more so they will be edited and gathered together  - something like all the "Tea Time" patterns that can be in one EBook, or all the "Valentine" patterns and don't forget all the "Animals" patterns I have....

Lists are endless......










I've also been helping my "apprentice" understand the software and how to make it into a pattern with instructions etc, and this is one of his great designs - Numberz....

I just love it! All HST's and quick to put together. Great for a pillow or even a cute wall hanging.

I'm going to add it to my Craftsy shop because we have issues here in SA with having the "right kind" of bank accounts ...









This is another cute pattern I've finished - at last! It was part of the Whimsy Houses but I never "got a round to it" - and I found it patiently waiting for me when I had to look for patterns to be gathered together for the great EBook Cull....

This sweet little Flower House is over at Craftsy..... tooo cute!

Now it's your turn!!
Show me your amazing paper pieced greatness....






3 comments:

Janine said...

Your whimsy house is adorable :)

Jan Briggs said...

This is a precious little pattern. Bravo. I have the pear and the software that you mentioned to me, now I just have to carve out some time to play with them both! I will continue to look to you for inspiration. :)

legato1958 said...

Such a sweet and fanciful little house pattern! I love it!
Susie
PS Love your new blog header, too!