Wednesday Wait Loss 37 and a New Quilt Pattern Featuring Timeless Treasures

Hi and welcome to Wednesday Wait Loss. I'm happy to announce that I've designed a new pattern just for you!

I call this pattern Island Chain. The pattern features the Tonga Watermelon batik collection by Timeless Treasures.

Aren't the colors in Tonga Watermelon scrumptious? They remind me of a summer day.

With Island Chain, I feel that the Tonga Watermelon colors simply shimmer! I hope you like my new pattern. It's available as a free download on the Timeless Treasures' website.

Now that you know what I've been doing, let's see what you're up to! First, it's time for our weekly feature.

Wednesday Wait Loss

This week, I want to feature Dione @ Clever Chameleon Quilting.

Dione linked up a clever tutorial on shadow trupunto, using felt.

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Dione's adorable cat was on hand to help with the trupunto. <grin>

Even if you don't think you'll ever give shadow trapunto a try, you owe it to yourself to read Dione's fascinating tutorial.

Congratulations Dione! Here's an "I Was Featured" button for your blog.

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Tell me..what do you look for in a new pattern?

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