It’s been a great day so far.
1.) Dropped off new pattern instruction files at the printer (covers will be done Monday).
2.) Met my BFF Kathy Sands, very talented artist, at Lota Wota Creek for lunch, show & tell and loaned her some of my pattern samples along with extra patterns because she’s headed to Columbia, MO to vend her artsy quilt paraphernalia at a quilt show this weekend.
3.) Went to JoAnn’s and purchased this:
because my BFF Robin Koehler has a quilt, Ginkgo Romance, featured on page 60, too cool!
because another BFF Celine Perkins has a quilt, Sweet Morsels, on page 60! Isn’t it amazing that I have such talented friends? AND their quilts are both featured on page 60??? I just had to recheck that, I thought I made a mistake, weird! Way to go girlfriends! And all three of us are featuring blocks in Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 2 this month, remember yesterday’s post?
4.) Went to Dillard’s and bought myself a much-needed new pair of everyday shoes for winter. But I’ll have to wear them around the house on carpet for a while just to make sure my feet are going to like them. I tell ya, the older I get, the pickier my feet get. Here’s hoping in a year or two I can kick myself for not buying two pair when I had the chance.
5.) Went back by printer on the way home and picked up several thousand copies of my new patterns. Now I just have to fold them and pick up new covers Monday and get to stuffing bags. I just made arrangements to hire my MIL Monday to help me get my order out. OK, hire is a strong word, much more like slave labor, but don’t tell her it’s just lunch that she’s earning!
So as not to bore you anymore, here’s new pattern #3:
Isn’t he cute? He’s probably one of my favorites. Once again, he’s a product of a Fall Crafts Open House of mine. I dug out my original sketch of him and it was dated 2003. I didn’t realize until now that these new patterns are products of my past open houses, again weird. So they’re new patterns, but they’ve already been open house tested and approved! I hope you like my scarecrow. You can buy him on my website now.
Now I’m off to get dinner on the table and then to see Carol Burnett at the Fabulous Fox! Can’t wait to tell you all about her.
Until next time,
3 thoughts on “Day #3, 5 New Patterns in 5 Days!”
Loving your new designs! Page 60? Really? That’s uncanny.
Hope those shoes work out!
How bizarre that we would both be on the same page of our respective magazines….what page were you on in yours??
Thanks for the link and How was Carol??????
Robin, I just checked. I was on pg. 76 in Quilt Magazine Oct./Nov.’08.
Carol was Carol. Funny, clean and I left with a new desire to see her on TV again.