Let’s Bee Social #238
Welcome to the Let’s Bee Social!
Today I am sharing some good news. It is finally happening again….
|Rainbow Crocodiles 66″ x 75″|
Back in the saddle that is….
It seems I have finally broken through the “quilt block” (something like a writer’s block, but for quilter’s it’s called a quilt block) I was dealing with since we relocated. I was attempting to start from scratch with blank pages of good old graph paper. But there were no ideas forming and the lines on the paper could not come unless they were formed in my mind first. And my mind has been blanked out for a while now. So….
|Rainbow Crocodiles 38″ x 44″|
I went back to what I had most recently had success with, the Giraffes in a Row, and analyzed what was it that made this pattern appealing. The rainbow.
So I applied that rainbow theme to a couple of already designed patterns and came up with the Rainbow Crocodiles and Rainbow Lovebirds remakes.
|Rainbow Love Birds 40″ x 52″|
|Rainbow Love Birds 14″ x 38″|
This week you can find the Rainbow Crocodile pattern here in my shop listed for half price. No coupon code required!
This week you can also find the Rainbow Love Birds pattern here in my shop listed for half price. No coupon code required!
Now… It’s your turn for Show and Tell!!!
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I'm glad your quilting designing mojo has returned. Blocks like that happen to all of us. Blessings on you in your new life!
I love the rainbow lovebirds. and the crocodiles are very cute in rainbow array as well. I'm glad things are settling down a bit after the move.
\”Quilt block,\” you say?! Lorna, you are too much! Congratulations on rejuvenating your sew-jo and the new patterns. : )
those are so cute!! surely will be a success
so happy for you!quilters block is real…firstname.lastname@example.org
I think it's impossible to look at a rainbow and not feel happy. Once the quilt fog sets in, it can be hard to part the smoke and see again. So glad these bright happy colors helped to clear your quilting skies again <3
Just love your designs, glad you tot your mojo back.
Both patterns are wonderful. I can relate to quilt block. I'm glad it's over for you.
Congratulations on the new design. I bet the pump is primed now, so I expect to see all kinds of new things from you!
Super cute! My 3- and 5-year old grands would love those crocodiles! Glad you persevered – those creative blocks can be kinda scary, wondering if you'll ever have another good idea, but clearly, that's not the case here. 🙂 Sending happy, continuing creative thoughts your way.
LOVE the crocs. You never disappoint when I come to visit. Thank you for the linky party.
The crocs are SEW cute!!!!Congrats for getting back on the saddle! It looks like you're in for a wonderful ride!Happy Quilting! :-)Quilting Gail @ yahoo dot ca (with no spaces)
The rainbow lovebirds are wonderful! I love them! Glad your creativeness has returned!
I love the crocodiles and the birds.I am happy you are having a spark again!!I will look at the links
Wow. You definitely don't have quilter's block any more. These are so adorable. Welcome back!!
Welcome back, indeed! It must feel pretty good, too!!! xoxo!!!!
yay! Welcome back Lorna, I knew you'd get your sewjo back soon, and rainbows are always a great place to start! 🙂
That cute as ever alligator is as wonderful as the rest of your wonderful patterns. I love him!
I love a rainbow quilt and rainbow alligators are such fun!
All so cute and colorful. 'Glad you got your mojo back.