Friday, May 20, 2016

Play today- catnip mouse freebie design & new MERMAID

I think it is time to 
I drew up a sweet lil mousey....can you imagine the catnip stuff mouse...waiting to meet her new cat friend?
My cat Lucky would tear it apart with in seconds...but my cat Trix would play with it and then put it in her catfood dish.
This would make a great tag on a gift to a friend!
*Please note that all freebies are for you to use to make a couple finished goods (no mass producing) and a couple gifts...they are still legally my designs.

My new pattern is ready!
The Merry Mermaid embroidery mini quilt pattern # 371
This sweet design is sure to please and it's quick to stitch!
Make the design into a small quilt or a pillow! This is such a charming embroidery quilt wall quick, easy and fun to do. This is so lovely in your summer home decor, in your daughter's room or at your lake house. This could easily be made into a pillow.
Quilt measures: 12" tall x 14" wide
Embroidery design measures: 6 3/4" tall x 6 1/8"
There are easy to follow diagrams in the pattern too!
This is my soon to be graduate. Selina will finish high school very soon!
These are just some of her designs!
She has lots of blanks ...for you to fill and lots of finished items too.
You can make 3 match an outfit, to show off your embroidery (the set comes with the flower embroidery pattern design) or pop in your favorite fabric.
We were both featured on the Checker distributor blog recently!
her mini hoops and my pattern that has designs for her mini hoops.
It is the perfect summer project!
This is my pattern...with 12 designs to go in the mini hoops.
I tried to come up with as many different designs as I please everyone.
This video Selina did...shows how easy it is to use the mini hoops!
It's only 2 1/2 minutes long.  

Happy Friday!

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1 comment:

  1. Love it! I've made catnip mice for my six fellas, and the trick to making them so they aren't ripped apart is double machine-stitching the seams. I also use old denim and heavy cotton for the fabric. So far, so good! Thanks for sharing your great blog. #HomeMattersParty