Sharon McCrosky sent me the following email and I’m going to share it with you as written:
I was delighted to receive your Magical Unicorn Quilt Pattern. My nephew’s little daughter, Zoe, eighth birthday was coming up. So on July 1, 2018 , I just finished a Monster Quilt for her little brother and received your pattern in the mail.
I was progressing with the quilt when on August 15th I fell walking my little dog and broke my right shoulder and left foot. This was tortures: no sewing, no quilting, and no handwork. The mending has been slow and painful. You can understand how delighted I was too start back on the Unicorn quilt. Today!! I mailed it to a very patient little girl, who celebrated her eighth birthday December 27. I can hardly wait to see pictures of her beautiful smile when opening her special gift.
Thank you so very much for producing such an enchanting design. Now finishing Welcome to the North Pole. Thank you, Sharon McCrosky
Sharon also made a pillowcase for Zoe from unicorn fabric! That is one lucky little girl.
Sharon, I’m glad you have recovered and are sewing again. Thank you so much for sharing the story of your quilt with us!
Emily Krysanick emailed this photo of her finished Sampling of Santas. Isn’t it wonderful!!!
She wrote that it took just a little over a year to complete. It is all hand appliqued and hand quilted, with a tad of embroidery and trapunto. She made an amazing quilt! Thank you, Emily, for sharing it with us.
This pattern is in our ebook, A Slice of Christmas. In it you will find other classic Christmas patterns. Now is the time to get started on your next Christmas quilt masterpiece!
Brenda Godin sent me a photo of her Aunt Millie’s Garden—isn’t it lovely! I really like the way she handled the sashing, which is different from the pattern. Those little squares are perfectly colored and spaced, and they set off the blocks so well! Here’s what Brenda said in her email:
My passion is applique. I have made your Aunt Millie’s Garden. I did it with the red background and it hangs in my livingroom. It was accepted to the CQA show in 2014- that it the big show for us Canadians! You can see I love working with batiks!
Way to go, Brenda! Thank you for sharing your quilt!
Jane Rader sent me this photo of her lovely quilt, that she named Allison’s Flower Garden. The blocks are from two different Piece O’ Cake patterns: Stars in the Garden, the borders are from Aunt Millie’s Garden
I got to see this quilt in process in one (or two) of my Empty Spools classes. Thank you, Jane, for sharing the finished photo with us!