Posts Tagged ‘Frankenmouse’

Frankenmouse and Mousecula…

September 14, 2012
Frankenmouse and Mousecula... by ruthiequilts
Frankenmouse and Mousecula…, a photo by ruthiequilts on Flickr.

These have got to be my favorite patterns ever!!! They were designed by a talented gal who works at Village Dry Goods in Brigham City, Utah, my favorite quilt shop ever!!! If you want the patterns, leave me a comment, and I’ll get you the contact info for the store! (Who I am not affiliated with at all, except for being their biggest fan.) LOL!

I already mentioned in the previous post that I’ve made Frankenmouse before, in case he looks familiar!  Mousecula is new to me this time, and I have to laugh because he looks like he’s doing a “song and dance” number!  “Hello my baby… Hello my darlin’… Hello my Ragtime doll…”  Can’t you just hear it?!  LOL!  And the funny thing is that my friend Karen thought the same thing!!!  Sick, errrr… great minds think alike!

What I’ve been working on…

September 14, 2012
What I've been working on... by ruthiequilts
What I’ve been working on…, a photo by ruthiequilts on Flickr.

These are the little projects that I’ve been working on the last few days…  They involve a little handwork, so they’ve been good to take with me to work on at the park!  I’m doing a series of 3 little mouse pincushions (I’ve made Frankenmouse before, just in case he looks familiar, but I keep giving him away!), Frakenmouse, Mousecula, and Witch Hazel!  (She’s not done yet!)  My friend Denise, picked up the pattern at Village Dry Goods.  (I already bought them when they came out last year and the year before!)  Karen, Denise and I are getting together and working on them…  They are too darn cute!

In the Roy Quilt Guild, Sue was teaching us to make 3 jack-o-lanterns stacked on top of each other.  They were a little big for the space I have left for Halloween decorations, so I made a smaller pattern for myself.  Denise and Leslie wanted to do the smaller size too, so the three of us did my little pattern!  Denise and Leslie were both doing things differently, so I stole, ummm…, borrowed the ideas I liked best from all three of them.  The pumpkins are the end result!  Thanks ladies!!!  I’ll add them to my Halloween mini quilt display on the clothesline…

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