Pattern Sale

As Boxing Day is typically a day of sales here in Canada, I decided to have a Boxing Day sale of my patterns, which can be found here. The patterns contain detailed instructions on piecing with lots of photographs and diagrams, cheat sheets with printing sizes, pressing instructions and quilting suggestions.

Each pattern is marked down from $9 to $5 for this one-day event.  The patterns included are:

Chintz Circles

Pink Ice

Twinklingo Stars

The sale is on until 11:59 p.m. EST tonight and are available on the patterns page of my website.

Baxter, of course, isn’t all that interested in patterns. He’s having much more fun watching things out on the roof garden.

5 thoughts on “Pattern Sale

  1. Merry Christmas! I hope you and your family are enjoying the holiday season…Baxter is such a beautiful kitty; love seeing pictures of him. I wish you a prosperous, happy, and healthy New Year!


  2. What a clever idea….know you’ll be swarmed with avid quilters wanting those pattern tips! I’ve decided to start the new year on a positive note and wonder where you suggest one get their Inklingo/quilting things organized. I believe you once shared a source for the cello bags you use for the cut Inklingo pieces…could you refresh my memory? Then do you put them together in plastic boxes? 2012 WILL be good quilt year for the Chartreuse Moose!!!! Hugs and happy saling!


  3. I’d love to give Baxter a penny for his thoughts! 🙂 He always has such piercing eyes. I like how the photos pop up to such crystal clear, detailed photos of your quilts!


  4. Forgot to say, for Boxing Day here…
    When I was on the island, we would all go up to Stafford to Mrs Lucy’s and she would hold a Boxing Day party. We each would bring a “white elephant” gift and go around choosing one we wanted to trade with and then someone could take yours and it was great fun! Miss that. However, when you live on a small island, you have to be very careful about not bringing someone’s gift. lol One time , someone brought a goldfish in a bowl! Now, how on earth did it get there to start with? Great memories that came flooding back today when you mentioned Boxing Day. Thanks Cathi!


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