NEW THIS WEEK - September 20th, 2006:
The four seasons emphasize
change and rediscovery. They tantalize our five senses and bring rejuvenation
into our lives. We eagerly await nature's whimsical gifts like delicate
icicles, budding trees, the northern lights and geese flying in perfect
As the Earth rotates around the sun, each season brings new colors,
weather and energy, symbolizing the ending of something familiar and the
transition into something new. New designs this week are inspired by the beauty
of this cycle.
Bluebirds and chickadees are posed on branches rich and
color and diverse in bloom. These birds are striking accents to pillows,
cardigans, and wall hangings to adorn your home year-round.
Create a cozy rag quilt with seasons designs -- click here for free project
Follow a majestic white-tailed deer as he sheds his
antlers and adapts to his changing woodland surroundings. And, versatile floral
baskets and corners lend to endless combinations and possibilities, or switch
out designs depending on season.
For centuries, artists, musicians and poets alike have used the essence of the
seasons in their work--and it's easy to see why with the invigorating beauty of
winter, summer, spring and fall. Enjoy the changing seasons, and the new
and jelly, popcorn and movies, bacon and eggs -- some things just
go together naturally, like classic redwork and Sunbonnet Sue.
The simple lines and soft curves of these designs lend well to
the minimalism of Redwork. Great for quick-stitching on
flour-sack towels, or use in quilting!
Want to see more? Click here to see designs released in