Shabby Fabric featured Winifred's Hat on their web site...too cute!
We have added 4 NEW downloadable patterns!!!
"Two Toooo Cute Gnomes" (DL) #ST-ST-2123
"Home Gnomes" (DL) #ST-2204
"Warm Christmas Gnomes" (DL) #ST-2132
Santa's Hat (DL) #ST-1826
Another new Mini pattern currently in download format
#ST-2208 "Sundae Fun!
Sew up fun Sundae Pot Holders and Mug Mats, Trivets!
Super Quick and they make Great Gifts!
Approximate finished size 7” x 8½”.
Make them for all seasons! Too Much fun! Great way to use up Stash Scraps!
Another new Mini pattern available now in BOTH download format & printed format!!!
“Holy Cow!” #ST-2214
Sew up fun Cow Pot Holders, Mug Mats, Trivets or just for fun! Super Quick and they make Great Gifts!
Approximate finished size 9” x 9”.
These two patterns are available now on our Web Site
We've been featured in Checker's Newsletter Again!!!
MONTHLY ARCHIVES: Decorate your table in style!
Two New Patterns available NOW!
Piece Of Cake!
Sew up super cute Pot Holders, Mug Mats, Trivets or just for fun! Super Quick & Easy!
Have your cake & eat it too! Approximate finished size 7¼” x 9.” Piece of Cake available in Printed or download format!
Includes instructions & full-sized pattern pieces to make three fun Christmas Ornaments and one Christmas Tree Light Bulb style of place mats, each with an elastic loop to hold a napkin or treats. Also includes ideas and instructions for use as table runners and table toppers for the Holidays. Makes great memories and fun gifts too! Approximate finished sizes: 14" x 11½”. Currently only printed version available.
We've been featured in Checker's Newsletter!!!
Includes instructions & full-sized pattern pieces to make whimsical Gnome place mats with pom-pom coasters. Shown in everyday and Christmas colors for year-round-fun and for making happy memories, and makes great gifts too!
Approximate finished sizes: 12-½” X 12-½”.
I just wanted to let you know I made 60+ Who place mats..we used them at our wrap up luncheon when we were done counting the new Burrows, and the baby owls we had this season...the burrowing owl are endangered, they live under ground, and lay an egg every few days...they only stand 8-9 inches tops and weigh just ounces.... their babies are all different ages because of the egg laying at different times they all hatch at different times....we have educated the public and it was a surprise we went from 5-6 owls to over 400 in 5 years..people want them burrowing in their yards...just to keep an eye on them....and as for your place mats..they are wonderful..the pattern was wonderful...no 2 owls were the same...I must thank you..those place mats are just a little symbol of just how far these owls have come....thank you again, Judy Nee, Marco Island, Fl....
Wow Judy...That's great news!!!
I am so happy that our little owl patterns have helped to save the baby owls and to educate the public!!! I will share your pictures and story on Face Book maybe it will inspire others! Your finished Owls look great too!