"Though you wouldn't expect it from the fun, quirky illustrations she is known for, Sue Marsh possesses a background in software engineering. This highly technical background provided her with the ...
"Though you wouldn't expect it from the fun, quirky illustrations she is known for, Sue Marsh possesses a background in software engineering. This highly technical background provided her with the ideal skill-set for quilt and pattern design. After 15 years working in the information industry as a software engineer, she decided to make her passionate hobby a fulltime venture and launched Whistlepig Creek Productions, her pattern design company. Whistlepig Creek has found great success in its 10 year history, with an extensive website and mail-order business thriving. "I use math-especially trigonometry and geometry-more in quilting than in software developement!" Since she was a child, Sue Marsh has always been drawing characters. Her hand-drawn illustrations reflect a sense of youthfulness, whimsy and fun. Sue has a background in fabric design, having created multiple lines of fabric for RJR Fabrics. Sue's fun, lighthearted collections of novelty prints appeal to both kids and the young-at-heart!"View all patterns by designer (88) »
These bags were inspired by the idea of using precuts to make them look incredibly different! These bags are all 14"x 14" x 4" a great toting size! But they all have very different and unique looks! The star would be fun to make pop off the bag! Maybe try using a White on Bold colors. The Diamond take strips and turn them into something fantastic! Batiks with solid accents would be really pretty! The Flying Geese bag takes such a traditional block and idea and turns into something fun and fresh. Use a contrasting background to make your geese fly off the page! Totes 2 and 3 can also be made really easily from Jelly Rolls! Enjoy!