Saturday, 16 April 2011

Block 2 and another Show and Tell

I am very proud to show everyone Tonny’s version of Flirting With Flowers. Isn’t it lovely?
Fotos Tonny 003
I love how she has done the zigzag and decorated her borders around the appliqued blocks. Well done Tonny!
Several of you have emailed me and asked for the patterns of this BOM and I will put up a link today so that you can easily purchase them.
Like the On My Heart BOM patterns.
Thanks everyone for enjoying these BOMs. It warms my heart knowing that they are liked.
Today is time for Block No. 2 of my Ooh La La Shoes BOM.
Block 2 a (Medium)
I hope you are all enjoying sewing this one and the patterns can be obtained from The Pickledish Patch store and also available from Maree’s shop.
The patterns are available in paper patterns.
Have you seen these cute little handmade wooden delights that are available in my store? There are Needle Holders, Quick Un-picks, Tape Measures and the too cute Pin Heads.
These are handmade in Victoria from recycled Red Gum fence posts and look fabulous put on show in your sewing room. Each one is unique so no two are the same.
Prices start at $16.50.
Last days for the “Off The Bolt " Fabric sale.
Grab a metre or two of these gorgeous fabrics while they are at a reduced price of $12.95 per metre.
Sale ends Sunday 17th April.
Thanks everyone for your well wishes with me making the decision to leave the Among the Gum Trees.
I appreciate all your comments.
Hugs to all…..Vicki

5 lovely people said....:

Allie said...

Tonny did a beautiful job with your designs, Vicki! Love the shoes too!

Anonymous said...

I really, but really need to get my printed patterns out to make this quilt! I collected but put it up until I had time to do it justice--perhaps that time is here! Love both the pics you posted for us to ogle!

KaHolly said...

Oh, my goodness, Tonny's Flirting with Flowers quilt is gorgeous! I love to see how different people put their own spin on things. Your new BOM is darling!

AnitaS said...

I love Tonny's quilt. She did a great job.

Karen's Korner said...

It must be very rewarding for you to see how others use your lovely designs. Well done and keep up the great work.