I have been gardening for many years and sewing since I was a little girl; my mother was an avid seamstress and gardener as well, so this was no surprise. My husband and I have also taken ...
I have been gardening for many years and sewing since I was a little girl; my mother was an avid seamstress and gardener as well, so this was no surprise. My husband and I have also taken on alpaca farming in the later part of our lives and are thoroughly enjoying that. This combined with my love for nature and the great outdoors inspired me to create my Frame or Quilt Wall Art Fusible Applique E-patterns.
The quilts in my e-patterns can be hung on the wall either in frames or dowel hung; and of course - if you prefer, can simply be quilted and used as you like; perhaps as lap quilts, doll quilts, pillows.........
All my patterns not only include the pattern for the quilt but they also include instructions on how to complete the frame if you so desire, if not, then they can simply be quilted and hung in any manner that you prefer.
You can learn more about each of my designs at the following blogspots: http://inspiredcreationsbyd.blogspot.com
If it is pattern kits that you are looking for - I have kits for all of my designs; simply go to http://inspiredcreationsbyd.blogspot.com - hit the QUILT KITS/ ETC. tab and click on the one you like. Don't wait too long though if you see one you want because quantities are limited!
I have made some new friends at Sew Nice, the store where my finished designs are on display and I sell the patterns for the same. One of these new friends had asked if I ever thought about doing a Magnolia, her favorite flower. I too love to see Magnolia trees in full bloom, I only wish that their flowers lasted a lot longer than they do; it seems that the tree just finishes blooming and then all the pedals fall to the ground.
This was my inspiration for Magnolia and my own way of keeping those blossoms around for a very long time.
"MAGNOLIA" is 16 pages containing a digital picture of the framed fabric wall art, step-by-step digital picture instructions along with detailed written instructions for creating the frame or quilt - fabric wall art; full size pattern pieces with both forward and reverse pages for easy tracing onto iron-on transfer paper as well as instructions for creating the wood frame. A material list is on the back of the pattern cover, which includes pictures of the fabric used to help in fabric selection.