I have released the next cupcake for you today.
I also have released a fun new quilt pattern for Mardi Gras, those lucky enough to get to go to Mardi Gras you may enjoy this quilt you can make as a fond remembrance of your trip. I’ve always wanted to go to Mardi Gras.
With Twas The Night, I was working on finishing up the pattern when I realized I was working on the wrong block… uggghhh!!! The pattern I showed you as a preview last month is actually release Block 11, so, I’m quickly working on block 10 to get it finished up so I can release block 11. My apologies for that, I would go ahead and release it, but I don’t want anyone to get confused with the block order so am going to hold on it till I release block 10.
In other news, I have a poll on this post, I really need your input on your preference for free downloads. I just don’t get why downloading a free pattern is so difficult for some and not a problem for others. I know my preference is to simply go back to Payhip, I had a lot fewer issues with it, but at the same time, I’m not understanding how the cart is giving people issues also.
I have finally settled on a plan for how I’ll do the Cupcake of the Month series.
A new cupcake will be released each month prior to the 15th of the month. One month will be free, the next month the cupcake will cost 3.00. The free cupcakes will include the 9-inch block size, although the full patterns will include 6, 9 and 12-inch block sizes. Each free block will only be available for one week once released.
Last month you received the Valentine’s block free, so this months block is at a cost of $3.00. Next months block will be free.
The cupcake of the month pattern is from the wonderful artwork of Lisa Markle.
This pattern includes a 6, 9, and 12-inch block size with the SVG cutting files and machine embroidery files for the candy shapes.
The Mardi Gras Sampler is from the wonderful artwork of Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah Designs.
I did not add the individual blocks for the above sampler.
The block sizes included in the pattern are 10, 15, and 20-inch block sizes.
Directions use strip cutting techniques.
Last, before I offer my next free pattern, I need some input from you.
You’ve had the ability to download quite a few free patterns over the last month from my rewards cart using the coupon code. I’d like to know how you feel about this method.
Do you prefer it to Payhip, or would you rather I go back to Payhip.
I’m not going to use both, so it’s one or the other. It is just too time-consuming to use both.
Tomorrow, I will be back with a big announcement for the Row Along this year…
Hope to see you there.
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