Today I have for you Sue and Sam in North Carolina. I love this set… I’ve always had a little thing for lighthouses and of course flying. Who doesn’t love to fly.
For the third block in the commissioned piece I was hired to create, a cute little donkey for you. He has a real cowboy look to it. He’s just so cute!!!
Today’s release for Sue and Sam is the 33rd state release and Sue is the free block.
Clicking the images will take you to that pattern’s page.
Important Links for this block of the week…
The artwork for Sunbonnet Sue and Sam in the USA and Canada were commissioned for exclusive use at Seams To Be Sew by Clipartopolis
These blocks are released at the moment as they are available.
Turn In Date For Sue Is August 23, 2020
Free Pattern Expiration is August 6, 2020
and here is Dilly the Donkey…
Dilly comes in a 12 and 15-inch sized pattern.
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All of my applique patterns are created in Electric Quilt
With this release comes a difference in the SVG files.
I have added a square around each SVG file. This allows me to not have to list the size of each SVG. Instead, they are all a 12-inch SVG square, or in the case of a 15-inch block, a 15-inch square.
I will be updating in the next week or so my tutorial on resizing SVGs so you can see the process in your SVG software, but I’ll give you a brief overview here below.
When you open the SVG in Make The Cut, it will look like the above.
In Sure Cuts Alot, it removes the color, so you to look at the layer list after you ungroup it to see the square in the #1 position. It is the same in Silhouette’s software. It’s also the same in Inkscape.
When you open the SVG, if you don’t need to ungroup, select all, go to your resize window in your software and be sure the square and all the shapes read as 12 x 12 (or 15 x 15)
If they do, you can then highlight just the square shape only (and this is very important that only the big square is highlighted) and press delete or right click and choose delete on your menu.
Your shapes are now the size they need to be to cut on your fusible or your freezer paper, print your layer placements and the embroidery shapes.
In all cases, for MTC, Sure Cuts Alot, and Silhouette DP, I did not have to resize at all. The SVG opened to the proper size. However in Inkscape, it was slightly larger than the 12 x 12 size and I did need to resize. Be sure you change from the px to the in (pixels to inches) in Inkscape prior to resizing.
If you own Cricut’s Design Space software, I’d sure like to hear how Design Space handles the SVGs. I do not know and don’t own the software and really don’t want to have to buy it, so would appreciate your help if you use this software.
I wish to thank Sarah Vedeler for her kind and generous nature to allow me permission to use her technique for my patterns that also offer SVG files. I’m taking a class with Sarah this year and I discovered this while working on my blocks in her class. I’ve tested this over the last 6 months and finally got the courage to ask her for permission to also use it as it’s just so much easier, not only for you, but for me also.
As I have time, I’ll add this to all my previous patterns, but for now it starts with this Sue/Sam release and has been added to Dilly, Henny, and Corky’s patterns. Those of you who’ve purchased Henny and Corky will receive an updated email from Payhip to re-download the files.
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Oh yes, I know.. 🙂
Your probably wanting to slap me now… yes I did it on purpose… 🙂 So slap me… it’s ok 🙂
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