No new stash additions for me this week (but if you have some, be sure to link up with Fiona@ Finding Fifth!) and very little sewing happening of late, so there hasn’t been much for me to show on my blog of late. Sad but true.
So instead, I’m going to show what other people have made! Specifically, those fabulous people who have volunteered to be pattern testers for me! They have done such a great job and I really appreciate my pattern testers! I have lots of ideas of things I want to draw up to paper piece, but just not enough time to actually try them all out myself.
Without further ado, let’s see what some of these clever gals have been up to! (There have been more pretty pictures sent into me, my gmail isn’t cooperating with letting me find them. Sorry - I know we all love paper pieced goodness!)
I think they’d look cute with snow capped trees too! This pattern will be coming soon.
Jan of Art Friendzy and the one on the right by Susie of Susie’s Sunroom. Don’t they look fab!
Beth’s from Plum and June, and the right one by Heidi of Fabric Mutt. I love seeing the little details added to these blocks! This pattern is already listed in my Craftsy shop.
Angela of Sewing with Squeak, Rice bowl by Angela of Bending Pins and Tea set by Taryn of Pixels to Patchwork.
These patterns were originally designed for the girls in my paper piecing bee, Wombat Stew (you can see the originals we’ve made in our Flickr group). A big thank you to Jane, Lara and Marieka for the inspiration, ideas and sketches for these! There’s still one more to come from the gorgeous Fiona too.
These patterns will be available soon. They go with the Sushi platter that is already available in my Craftsy shop. Here are the tester versions of that pattern too!
Heidi of Fabric Mutt and the right is by Kelly of Jeliquilts.
Jan of Art Friendzy tested this one for me. I’m including the picture of what she used her stork block for. Don’t you love it with the boat?!
And last but not least – Too Pretty for Pickles, which I’m pretty sure I’ve posted my versions a time or two (hehe!) but must share Juliet of Tartan Kiwi’s. I love the colours she used.
So there we have it! Some of the work done by some fabulous pattern testers. Thank you girls for taking the time to try out my patterns and giving me great feedback. I so appreciate your help!
Made something with one of my patterns? Show me show me! I love seeing what people have made. Look! I’ve even started a Quiet Play Flickr group. Come join me so I don’t feel like a complete loser in a group by myself.