Friday, November 27, 2015

Christmas came Early

I know it is not Christmas yet but it sure felt like it when I opened the box of these!!!!
I have been anxiously waiting for the sample yardage for my next fabric line to arrive.
The shops can start ordering it in January for March delivery. I have several quilt designs done but I need your help. I want to design some patterns for smaller projects because the line includes several petite prints that will look amazing in a small project. This is where you come in-send me your ideas for projects for a chance to win a fat quarter pack of the line. This will end at midnight on Nov 30th.
The line is named "Chocolate & Bubblegum" and has some yummy reproduction double pinks and soft browns.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

And the Winner IS!

Thanks for the great response to the post- the WINNER of this Neutral Territory Fat Quarter
bundle is "Cynthia Woodham". Please email me your snail mail address to: and I will get it shipped asap. Watch the blog and Facebook for
more giveaways-tis the season right?

Monday, November 9, 2015

Time for a Giveaway

Time for a giveaway! Sign-up using your email to follow the Legacy Patterns blog for a chance to win this Fat Quarter Bundle of my newest fabric line Neutral Territory. The colors range from cream-tan-grey and black. They were inspired by the Civil War Blacksmiths and their traveling forge who traveled with both the North and South Armies to repair the wagons, artillery, horse shoes and tools. Watch the blog and Facebook for new great new patterns using the line. The fabric hits the stores in December. 

Saturday, August 29, 2015

But the yarn called to me!

As I was looking for Rick Rack in HL yesterday I wandered too far and found this oh so soft cotton yarn that was calling my name. Now mind you I haven't picked up a crochet hook for over 20? years. I know I have hooks somewhere around here but it was easier to buy a new one. SO I started by winding it in a ball and it really is very soft. I guess some things you never forget. This is the beginning of a washcloth done in double crochet. I haven't taken it out of the studio yet because I know when my husband sees another project his eyes may just roll back in his head. Oh well I will just have to take that chance!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Enjoy the Journey

I find as I follow this creative journey that I am on I want to slow everything down.
Enjoying the journey and process has become almost more important
than the completion. My pledge is to do more hand work and be more mindful
of the direction my creative pursuits want to take me.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Civil War Reproductions

The Fedex guy left me a package the other day and it was the color card for my new fabric line called Neutral Territory. The sales reps for RJR Fabrics are on the road showing it to the quilt shops as we speak. It will ship in December-I hope to have sample yardage next week to get busy sewing up models for new patterns. The line features Civil War era reproduction fabrics circa 1860-1880. I love the neutral tones using blacks-greys-tans and creams. My favorite is the large floral print on the left.  The inspiration for the colorway came from stories of the blacksmiths that traveled with the armies, both North and South, using a traveling forge to carry the tools needed to repair horse shoes, wagons and artillery.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

A New Design Adventure

This is what I have been up to lately. I have wanted to start designing some Needlework projects and this is my first official design. It is still a work in progress. I will be a new vendor at Needlework Galleria in St Charles, MO in September. Will keep you posted.