November 21, 2010


Posted in Special Events, Techniques and Materials tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 9:39 pm by satinmoon

Our Commonwealth sisters in Australia stole the show, at least in my eyes!

Melanie designer of

Melly and Me



her new baby and

mum line  “Sew Little” at Fall market.

I scooped some and I have more patterns on the way

before the spring sewing show.


Don’t Look Now had us all looking .

Kelli’s amazing colour and design

caught the eye of all the

dynamic designers.


Her booth was fresh, vibrant, joyful and spaciousness .

It pulled us all in.

So fresh ,

very much like her studio .


Patterns of Meg’s Garden,

and Big Top came home with me .


While we wait for more , here is a free Finger Poke pattern to try

You met Sue Daley, author and designer

in my last blog

Her amazing quilt patterns like Pies and Tarts( 1600 pieces)

Antique Sampler, needle turn applique and English paper piecing,


and the 6 piece French Connection bedroom set,

along with A Star Is Born pin cushion,


and Sewing Assistants patterns were delivered

by  Sue’s lovely daughter Shannon, who lives in Victoria.

I just found out that Sue also runs a B&B

talk about an amazing retreat!

Designer, author and shop owner , blogger is now focusing  full time on designing.


I loved everything in her booth, but brought home

her buttons

drawn by her .

Let me know what you would like me to bring in next !

Closer to home, Minnesota designer

Deb Madir

offered these quick , easy and adorable patterns for THIS CHRISTMAS .

See them all, and MUCH MORE

at the Westshore Guild Meeting meeting  November 25

and of course at SATIN MOON.







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