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

Thomas Moore

Saturday, January 8, 2011

My NEW Shabby Roses Quilt reveal!!

After so many little peeks, and your lovely patients selves to urge me on, I have finally finished my brand new Shabby Roses themed quilt - and, it's not one, but TWO!

~SHABBY ROSE HOUSE~
An appliqued alphabet sampler quilt, and a smaller embroidered wallhanging...
 
 
 
 
 
I have to tell you that I *loved* designing and stiching these two versions of the one design! It was such fun to add so many different stitches all around, and I really took my time to make it as interesting a design to stitch as it is to look at.
These are not weekend projects, but will give you a great deal of pleasure as you day-by-day add to the house and the alphabet blocks. Then of course, you'll have the piecing to work through - simple for the stitched wallhanging version, but a bit more complicated (fiddly really) for the appliqued quilt.

Now, I really want to keep the cost of my patterns as reasonable as possible so that you can all take the opportunity to purchase them without blowing out your budget, but I also have to be fair to myself and earn a small living.  After praying about this, I have decided to offer the TWO designs as one pattern pack for the price of $10 US (this is comparable to $10 AUD for my local ladies).

The price will not change, and it will not go on sale any time this year, so don't worry that you'll find it reduced in months to come. For all of 2011 it will be a flat $10 US. :-)

To purchase the twin pattern for ~SHABBY ROSE HOUSE~ just click on the Buy It Now button below, or head HERE to my Etsy Shop.
I will email the pattern to you within 24 hours.




(It is a very large pattern, over 7MB, so please make sure your email is set to allow a file that size to come through.) 

Even if you don't purchase the pattern I'd love to know what you think of my latest labour of love. :-)
Hugs
Jenny
xxx

39 comments:

  1. What can I say? Stunning, Jenny, as usual. Have a joyful weekend, Clara.

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  2. They are simply fantastics.
    I think I'll buy patterns!!
    Claudia.

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  3. I love them both but the stitchery one in Bliss is just TO DIE FOR ! Gorgeous. Hugs - Fee X

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  4. Jenny, it is astounding how you can continually come up with these wonderful patterns. I love it! ~karen

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  5. It is gorgeous! And since our last name is Roze (said Rose) I may have to buy it sooner or later!

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  6. Very pretty, Jenny! It perfectly suits anyone who has a preference for the shabby style. You've done another marvelous, creative job with this one. Brilliant!

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  7. Why go to school if I have this!!!! Just love it.

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  8. Congratulations Yenny for your work, this is beatiful,i hope you have good luck !!
    kisses for you from Argentina

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  9. Hi Jenny, these are really beautiful you are such a clever girl, I love all your ShabbyRoses stuff and your embroidery is so neat, mine is improving since I have known you as I love to do all your patterns.
    Love Jillx

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  10. I think you have done very well designing and stitching these two quilts.
    KATRIN W.

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  11. Adorable - both of them! You are very talented!

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  12. Just as well this weather gave you time to spend inside getting these beauties finished.....they're gorgeous!!!!! Love both of them my darling....you are such a talented designer and i'm proud to know you!
    love n sugary hugs always sweety
    XX Wendy :O)

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  13. Hmmmm.......what do I think about the patterns? Are you nuts? THey are absolutely fantastic! Just my style, and I will be owning them soon. Love, love, love them!

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  14. Oh gosh, I don't know how to convey to you just how fantastic they are.. and to just sit and look at your stitchwork is delightful. Really, really amazing. I hope to be purchasing it sometime, it is just not in the cards for me at this time. It is on my list though.. Love it!

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  15. This is just too cute for words!

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  16. Gosh, how delicate is your stitchery work. Just so beautiful Jenny. Lovely patterns.

    Hugs

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  17. I especially liked the close ups, they showed the brightness of the colors! I love the house!
    I've been wondering how your weather has been lately? Are you still cut off? Your weather has made the U.S. news and I wonder about you.

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  18. Hi Jenny, I am ashamed to say that I have several BOM's that I should have started last year. BUT I just wanted to say that as always, your designs are so beautiful, as I love quilting and now I"m enjoying doing stitcheries, it would be impossible to choose between your two! I am sure there are lots of ladies out there who can't wait to get the patterns. Many hugs, Sandy.

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  19. Hi Jenny,
    Oh wow, sooo much gorgeous stitching in 'Shabby Rose House' quilt.
    Um, I've just pulled out 'Bouquet' to finish stitching. lol
    Have a wonderful day,
    Hugs,
    Anna

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  20. Love the houses - love your style of flowers!

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  21. Gorgeous Designs Jen
    Hugs Dawn x

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  22. Well you know what I think - I think you're a design genius, girl!!! They're gorgeous! And thank you for keeping the price down, and giving us designs that won't break the budget.

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  23. Love it,Love it!! you continue to outdo yourself time after time!!
    Don't think my computer can take the pattern. Will be in touch to see if it can be sentin seperate emails .
    Hugs,Faye

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  24. I love it! It is stunning! I am very impressed with your newest creation!!! I wish you much success with it! Happy New Year!
    carla louise

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  25. You are definitely a detail person! Your stitches are awesome, and both the patterns are stunning. Congratulations on both of these! Looking at the wall hanging I had to really look to see what was stitched and was appliqued. Look forward to tackling the samplers!

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  26. Lovely design. The alphabet is perfect with the houses.

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  27. Beautiful Jenny!
    I just purchased it.
    Thank you for being so talented!!!!
    Hugs,
    Frummie

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  28. Just gorgeous Fee.....you are one very talented lady....

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  29. Hi, Jenny! I finished the give thanks wall hanging! Come to see it! http://ilblogdipepe.blogspot.com/2011/01/give-thanks.html

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  30. Gorgeous Jenny, absolutely gorgeous!

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  31. It's gawjus Jen .... so pretty :o). You're such a clever Nutter ;o)!!
    Love n hugs,
    Joy :o)

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  32. Oh Jenny, you are truly amazing! You should be paid a large sum for all your creative designs! You are so talented! As always I stand in awe of the beauty that comes from your heart and hands!
    xx, shell

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  33. It is georgeous and well worth the amount you are paying.... I have just too many patterns waiting... but believe me ... I am very tempted... it is stunning
    Hugz

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  34. I just put a reminder on my blog Jenny telling of your new BOM I,m so looking forward to starting it
    I hope you are tip toeing gently into the new year --cottonreel

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  35. Your stitching is superb and your new designs are simply gorgeous!!

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I will try to reply via email unless you are a 'no reply blogger' which means you'll have to check for my reply in the comments. Of course, life is a rather hazardous activity, isn't it? So if I don't respond to your comment that's the reason why - life simply stepped in...
hugs
Jenny
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