Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Tuesday Treasures

It's a bit tricky to turn what I really want to post about into a Tuesday Treasure but I'll give it a shot.


A few years ago I did a series of funny little water colour drawings in the hope that I could sell them to a greeting card publisher. I was of course, rejected, like most who aspire to overnight fame and fortune.
The drawings sat in my facebook albums quietly waiting until a dear quilty friend, Robyn spotted this one I 'd creatively called "Riding School Mounts" (What was I thinking?) and asked my permission to use it as a quilt design

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Well here's her finished quilt and on Sunday it won 
"Viewers Choice" at the "Geraldton Patchwork Fair".
Isn't Robyn clever? I love how she's made it into a night scene.
I'm so thrilled for her and  feeling very much like a proud mother too.
If we knew how.... we'd turn it into a pdf pattern and let you all share it.
More Tuesday Treasures can be found at Clare's Craftroom.

9 comments:

Lizzie said...

Well I've already told you that I really like this, so I guess we'll have to work on how to do the PDF? I can do pdf's but you would have to draw out the pattern first then I could convert it for you...??? We've got nothing else to do so why not??
xxx

BubzRugz said...

Well - I love your picture and it makes a great quilt too.....
a lovely treasure - maybe quilt designs will replace greeting card designs?
Hugz

clare's craftroom said...

I love it and it is a treasure ! Thanks for showing us and playing along .

Melody said...

Your drawings and the quilt are fabulous. You clever cookies.

Janice said...

Clever you. I wish I could draw. A great treasure. Having a quilt made from your art is much more stunning than a gift card.

Joanne Lendaro said...

Love the horses, I thought they were pretty cute! Cool quilt, congrats!

Gene Black said...

It is GREAT my dear. I love it. I could turn it into a PDF. It isn't as hard as you think. Email me.

Allie said...

That is AWESOME!!! I love your drawing and I love the quilted version - how amazing is that. Do you feel like a proud mama hen now? And it won Viewer's Choice, congratulations to both of you!!!

Simone de Klerk said...

Congratulations on the win! And wow, how lovely the quilt and the drawing is!