Today’s post will be quick like yesterday’s. I have been feverishly working on getting my new pattern packets ready for the site update (well – maybe not feverishly, but hard anyway!) I finished my little Easter egg tray pattern yesterday and it took most of the day to create the packet. It took longer than normal because not only did I have the painting instructions to do, but also the sewing instructions for the Roc-Lon fabric option. I couldn’t help thinking that perhaps Keith is right (you know how it pains me to say that!) and I do make extra work for myself! But hey – I still like doing things with several different options so I don’t see things changing anytime soon! It’s all fun!
We are almost ready for our site update though, and I am finishing up the patterns for both the layered woven basket and the “Marshmallow” bunny basket today. Everything should be up there by tonight and I will try to get a newsletter out by either later tonight or tomorrow.
Keith has some awesome new word art signs that he is adding to the site as well. They are pictured below:
I think they are awesome! They can be made as stand up pieces (on a base, as shown) or hung on a wall. We will be selling the patterns not only individually, but also as a set. I think they are really nice and I hope everyone likes them.
With that said, I had better get to it! If you want to receive our newsletter, please feel free to join our Mailing List. I send out about two newsletters per month and I don’t share your information with anyone. I often have people ask me when new patterns will be available and the newsletter is definitely the best way to see all the new things that both Keith and I create.
I hope you all have a great day today! Keith is heading for Bernie’s shop for the day and I am going to go over there and meet them for dinner with Keith’s mom and auntie. It should be a nice visit, and hopefully the patterns will be done by then! :)
-- Designer/Artist/Teacher. Owner of Sheila Landry Designs (http://www.sheilalandrydesigns.com) Scroll saw, wood working and painting patterns and surfaces. "Knowledge is Power"