Greetings from misty and cold South Texas! I am going to enjoy it because before we know it Spring will be here, then Summer and hopefully not 100 degree weather!!!
I had set goals for myself in order to start my 2018 New Year on 1 February. I was a few days late in starting, but I have accomplished all I needed to do to get to the point where I could make my 2018 UFO and new projects list.
One of the things I wanted to do was to go through my quilt patterns that I have acquired since 2002. Below are some patterns that I would like to sell. These patterns are new and have never been used. If you are interested in buying any of them, please contact me at LCNCCOOK@MSN.COM.
This is a BOM by Kreations by Karen. 4 of the blocks have fabrics and the remaining 8 do not, just the pattern.
Three patterns by Editya Sitar. Sunnyside Sampler and Vicksburg are out of print.
Sweet Surrender and Ayers House Dancing Dollies are Australian Patterns. Gardens of a King is a pattern from Missie Carpenter
These are two patterns by Irene Blanck from Australia. Tulsa and Mosiacs. Mosiacs is out of print.
The next one is from McKenna Ryan. They are fusible, raw edge patterns. This is a complete BOM set with 2 sets of coordinating cards.
The following are 3 patterns from Big Fork Bay Cotton Company. They are raw edge applique.
I enjoyed going through my patterns and selecting the ones that I will never make. Hopefully someone will want to make them. EMAIL me at LCNCCOOK@MSN.COM if you are interested in purchasing any of the patterns. Ayers Dancing Dollies, Little Sparrow, Sweet Surrender, A Beautiful Life and A Journey to Light have been sold.
Have a great day!
9 Replies to “Accomplishing Goals and Cleaning Out the Studio!”
You are definitely back to 100%, or nearly so! Now I’m thinking I need to look at my patterns!
I was going to store them, but decided that someone out there would want to purchase them. Yup am back to normal, as normal as can be! At least I am not sitting in my chair by 1PM. LOL
Some beautiful patterns. i love the princess one and the group of animals.
They are some fun patterns. I am now into more Reproduction quilts and have decided I would not want to take the time to make them. I did not realize that the Deer, Horse, and Eagle were raw edge machine applique. I do not machine applique.
If you still have the Sweet Surrender I would be very interested in buying?
If you are still interested, email me at LCNCCOOK@MSN.COM. The pattern is available.
It’s a bit early for Spring Cleaning, but best of luck on clearing out these patterns!
I sent out 3 boxes to quilting buddies and these are patterns that are left to sell. Maybe someone would like them. All Spring Cleaning accomplshed!