Friday, August 31, 2012

New designs for the Baltimore Show!



      There is a new haunted house design for Baltimore! Croaking Toad Manor is the perfect chart for the fall! You can tell there is mischief about at the manor. There are ghosts, bats, even a monster or two about! But take a closer look at the trouble maker at the pond—it’s a tiny toad with a purple hat. Could he be the one behind all the shenanigans?


 
 It’s time for Santa’s Midnight Flight! This new design features Santa and his reindeer as they cross the sky with a sleeping Victorian town down below. Elves decorate the town’s Christmas tree while someone is leaning out to see the magic!


 
 
We have 2 new kits for Baltimore! O Tannenbaum Etui is a limited edition kit. (Only 180) This kit features a scissor sheath/needle book embellished with Christmas motifs, a 2-sided tiny thimble purse, a tiny pyncushion, and scissor fob. Also included is a clear green tree shaped sewing box. And once everything is stitched, every piece fits back into the etui. Materials used include cotton floss, reproduction calicos, Weeks wool, satin ribbons, beads, Irish linen (6 x 10), beads, etc. All materials and complete finishing instructions are included.
 

          And just wait till you see the little goodie that we have at the Make-it, Take-it event on Friday nite! This little scissor sheath can hang around your neck or add to our sewing box!   It is the perfect accessory for Halloween season!

4 comments:

woolwoman said...

your market preview pieces are just wonderful - I also love your halloween piece in the JCS Halloween issue and plan to stich that one. I love the creative choice of linens for these seasonal pieces - what fun ! Melody

Pam and Susan said...

Thank you so much Melody! We just love the different fabrics! It is always such a delight to see them--they always inspire special pieces!
The 2 large pieces had fabric from Picture This Plus. Pam & Susan

KAREN said...

NEED TO KNOW WHAT COLOR THE OPEN TRIANGLE STANDS FOR. I COULD NOT FIND A SIGHT WITH CORRECTIONS. THANKS

Pam and Susan said...

Hi Karen,
Thanks for the heads up! It should be Sallie Sunchine from Weeks Dye Works. Thanks so much! We will get a post out in the AM!