I had at one point been working on translating my cross stitch designs to quilt fabric design with a fabric company. Things have stalled (indefinitely) with that collection, and so I have decided to give another collection a whirl on Spoonflower.
The panels are my Snowball of the Month patterns, all 12 fitting on a yard of fabric. The other two are complimentary tosses. I will be ordering test swatches next week, and if they work as I'd like them to, I will make the fabrics available for public purchase. I would also like to work through a few more fabrics for the collection.
And one Halloween print...
I have three sets of cross stitch button covers ready to go! Now I'm waiting for the buttons to arrive. I am really excited about how they are turning out. They are quick to stitch and so there is this instant gratification! I think I will put a bunch of them together in a pattern booklet. Tonight I am going to give a shot to making a few snowmen. It will be a challenge as the smallest I've worked with the snowmen is the Snowbugz series and they stitch up at about 40w x 40h. The surface area for these size 60 buttons is under 20w x 20h. So we'll see how it goes. Might end up with just some grinning snowmen heads!