"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Shabby Roses Cushion pattern now available!

It's ready!
It's on the shelf in my Etsy Shop!!

I had so much fun putting the pattern pack together.
Pretty pink textured cardstock for the cover, and a glossy photo of the cushion...

And how did I secure the pattern pages??

I stitched them in with ribbon and thread!

Do you like my new business logo? It's simple...it's so me. :-)

My Etsy Shop header...
...and of course, the cushion!!


You can buy the pattern two ways : as a PDF download to save postal time and cost, OR as the paper pattern pack pictured above.

Thanks to all of you for encouraging me on this new journey of design.
Hugs
Jenny

22 comments:

  1. oh! what a great idea!!! The desing is lovely and, yes, a great complement to the shabby rose quilt!!
    I'm sure you'll be lucky!!
    Kisses.
    Mila.

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  2. Precioso el almohadon!!!!
    Me encanto el color!!!
    Besos

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  3. How lovely you have such talent AND an award to pickup over on my blog.

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  4. Beautiful. Congratulations!!! I'm still working out the details on my pattern packaging without using a plastic sleeve. Love your ribbon idea. My daughter took a bookmaking class and learned lots about sewing bindings.

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  5. Hi Jenny, That is beautifully done and with so much loving care. I love your little logo, yes it is "so you" Good luck my friend.xxx

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  6. Jenny. You are amazing. I LOVE the design, I LOVE the paper pattern, I LOVE your logo, you're right, it's PERFECT for you! I can't wait to order this pattern!

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  7. The presentation of your pattern is so beautiful! I can tell you spent alot of time preparing for this! I have marked you as a favorite at Etsy and will be back to purchase your pattern soon!
    Thanks for all the inspiration you give us!

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  8. How lovely Jenny, well done, hope they sell like hot cakes!

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  9. How beautiful is this pattern! I'll certainly be buying a copy.I can't wait to hold it in my hot little hands :) Barb.

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  10. Hi Jenny,
    Oh, how clever and so sweet, sewing the pages with ribbon.
    Yes, the design on the new label is very you.
    Well done.
    Hugs,
    Anna

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  11. Hello you gorgeous clever girl! :-)

    We just need the link to your etsy shop now sweetheart! In prime position at the top of your blog!

    I'm there! Right at the front of the etsy queue... I'm normally VERY polite and patient... when I used to go to meetings in London it would take me four attempts to get on the underground tube (train) because I was too polite to push in! But I think I may have to squeeze into your "buy my first pattern" queue! He he he... I'll try not to trip anyone over and promise not to nudge anyone with my elbows!

    Good on you Jenny!!!!! :-)

    Love and hugs, Vikki xx

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  12. Jenny it is just lovely and I so love your Etsy header and of course the cushion is fabulous. You are so very clever and your logo is very much you :) Well done on your first release of a pattern :)Hugs hugs.

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  13. Sooooo nice Jenny! Congratulations you are "sailing with the wind"....love your attention to detail...don't stop now; more please !
    Hugs, Judith
    www.creativestudio10.blogspot.com

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  14. Just received the pdf file for your new cushion , can't wait to get started .

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  15. Gorgeous Jenny and I have just popped over and purchased it

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  16. Good for you creating patterns to sell in an Etsy shop! Way to go! 8-)

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  17. Hi I love the old linens also . I collect emb, tatting and crochet pieces. They just call your name.I love the shabby look so much.I am going to try to do my sewing room in Florida in shabby.I was lucky someone left an 8 drawer old big white chest on the street and I got it to out my fabric in.Thanks for the patterns I so enjoy them
    Debbie kelly http://somewhereinstitches.blogspot.com

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