Saturday, November 9, 2013

I'm taking a break from trying to customize my blog --such a job and decided to post what it is I've been working on over the last three months.

During the summer I decided to design and make a crazy quilt seahorse accent pillow.  In doing so I came up with the thought that there are probably a lot of crazy quilt enthusiasts that would like to make something other than the standard crazy quilt block or others who love crazy quilting but are stymied by what seam treatments to work. Putting that thought to motion along with the idea that I have yet to see a crazy quilt kit on the market, I decided to develop a kit as I worked my crazy quilt seahorse.  This past week, after working, critiquing, reworking and fighting a learning curve over opening a shop on Etsy, I opened my shop Threads Gone Crazy  with my 1st item for sale -- my limited edition "Coral" a crazy quilt seahorse pillow top kit.

The kit includes everything to make the pillow top except, fusible web --used for the coral, and regular sewing thread.  If you visit my Etsy shop  you will be able to see all the supplies included in the kit.

So now that this kit is complete my mind has been working on other ideas for kits. But all that is for another day.

Enjoy yours and I hope my seahorse has sparked your creative ideas.  Thanks for visiting.  I hope you return often.

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