30 May 2014

Wanted: Pattern Testers

Happy Friday everyone!  Not much sewing has been going on in my world this week.  I have been working on a couple of new mini quilt designs.

Now that the 'not fun' part is done, I am waiting on a shipment of new Kona Solids to arrive from my favourite online shop, Mad About Patchwork.  They have just moved to a new location and are really excited for their Grand Opening date of June 3rd.  Pam contacted me about sponsoring a new project.  I showed her these two mini quilt designs.

Ombre Sewing Studio mini Quilt - 17" x 32"

Ombre Sewing Studio mini Sew - 14" x 33"

Pam is offering the quilt kits in her shop here.  And I will be supplying the patterns.

If any of you are interested in pattern testing, I would LOVE to hear from you!  You can use fabrics from your stash or you will be able to purchase the kit from Mad About Patchwork.  Leave me a comment or email me at sewfreshquilts {at} gmail {dot} com if you are interested and let me know which mini you would prefer to do the testing for.

Edited to Add:  When am I looking to have the testing done?  The sooner - the better.  I am looking for people who can commit to making this project a priority.




May 27th was the final day for voting in the AccuQuilt Block Design contest.  Thank you ALL for your dedicated support and kind words of encouragement throughout the contest.  I really appreciate knowing that even though I have never met you, I can count on you as a friend!

Hearty Congratulations to my arch nemesis, Will Bennett!


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He is the Grand Prize winner in the AccuQuilt Block Design contest.  The top three winners are listed on the AccuQuilt blog.  Sign up to follow the AccuQuilt blog.  They are offering die giveaways and free patterns all the time! 


Today is the last day for the AccuQuilt Block Party Blog Hop.  Pop on over to visit with Diana at Ray's Sew Crafty and see what she has created using the GO! Flowering Snowball die.



Happy Weekend
and
Keep On Quilting On!

 


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36 comments:

Dorothy Thornton said...

I would love the chance to test the pattern

Bright Angel said...

I would love to know more about being a pattern tester!

MalinisQuilts said...

Since this is mini quilt. I would love to test it for you. I already have tons of Kona in my stash.

Shari said...

Love, love, love your new minis! Wish I had the time to test for you, so sorry to miss this opportunity, but I have no doubt you will receive plenty offers of help.

Belinda said...

I would love to test out either pattern for you, both are so cute!

Shauna said...

Those are too too cute. I would love to test but when does it have to be done? I've got several things on my plate right now and don't want to promise and not be able to finish.

Beth said...

These look really fun and lots of Kona in my stash. When do you need them June is crazy with vacation stuck in there? Let me know. I like them both but would prefer the quilt one.

Sweet Dreams Quilting said...

Lorna, I would love to test this pattern for you. I have many Kona solids in my stash that would be perfect for. The ombré look. The first on is my favorite. Contact me at Sweetdreamsquilting01 at gmail dot com

Sherry said...

I would be honored to test out the 2nd pattern (longer one). I have done some pattern testing in the past and could provide a reference if you would like.

Thank you for the opportunity.

Angela Sanders said...

I have never pattern tested but very interested. I could start right away and only work minimal hours at my out if home job.;) I would love to work up the taller version 18 x 33.

Lorna McMahon said...

Hello Angela! I would love to take you up on your offer to pattern test. However, you are a no reply blogger because of your Google plus profile. Please email me.

Deanna said...

Great patterns - love the ombre. Do you need to have them made with solids? I emailed you to test!

Lisa said...

Looks so fun! Love to test

Sheri said...

I would like to be a pattern tester and could do this pattern quick.

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

In would love to pattern test this for you!!

A Quilter's Mission said...

You probably have all the testers you need, but if not, I'll test it for you! I am in love with these patterns.

Debbie said...

I would be glad to test for you. Either the 14x33 or 17x32. I have tons of fabric. When I am not sleeping, I am quilting. You want it back tomorrow correct?😊

Lorna McMahon said...

Hi Debbie! I would love to have you do the pattern testing, but you are no reply, and have no blog attached to your profile. Can you please email me?

Jayne said...

What great designs! And I love seeing so many willing to test your pattern...how cool is that? I think you are covered in the pattern testing help department! You go girl! (sorry...seemed the right thing to say...)

Nancy in IN said...

I would love to test your pattern.

Daytona Damsel said...

Love your new patterns and would love to test one but at this time in my life I am unable to make commitments. I hope you share the results of the testers. Maybe next time I can join in the test.

toniaconner said...

I would like to test your pattern, I have only been sewing about a year and have never tested anything before. As I'm not a professional sewer. I could also let you know how easy or difficult the pattern is for the average person. As I'm finishing a project now the timing is great. It would be out of my stash however. Thanks for your consideration

Rosa said...

I would love to test 14 x 33.Could I use any color or must be in these fabric combo?

Titanium Woman said...

I would love to test either pattern for you. I have just completed the Martha Pullen Teacher Licensing for Beginner Sewers (her first ever online program) and we were required to sew a crazy patch pillow and a quilted pillow sham as some of our projects. I can provide photos for you. I have lots of fabric, but may consider purchasing the kit depending on how my colors work. I can be reached at dianebevis at gmail dot com

Lin's Quilts said...

I hope you would consider me to test for you. I would want to order the fabrics, but could start right away. I imagine you have way more testers than you need, so no worries.
Lin

Vera said...

Cool design Lorna. Well done. Sorry to say there is too much on my plate to pattern test for you.

inchworming said...

Hi there, Lorna! If you need any more testers, would love to be one! Looks like a lot of fun and love both designs!

Vickie said...

Ooooo pattern testing sounds like fun ! That would be something new for me and I would love to give it a try for you Lorna...I like the 14 x 33

CeLynn said...

Those are both perfect little mini's for any sewing room! You are so creative Lorna! I see you have plenty of offers to test already,so maybe next time I will not be late to the party :) Keep me in mind for next time!

Katelyn @ Sing While Crafting said...

I would love to pattern test...if you need someone. If not (there seems to be plenty up top) then no problem. I can't wait to see what people make! :)

kim said...

Super cute patterns!!! And lucky testers too :)
Are these paper pieced?

creativeinstincts said...

Love the mini quilts. Would be glad to test out the patterns.The month has just started and I do not have much planned for it, yet.

Leena

Valerie Reynolds said...

How fun! I can't commit...but never the less had to let you know how much I'm looking forward to the results of everyone's fun! :)

Martha said...

Love these new patterns. They will make perfect decorations to any sewing room. Looking forward to seeing everyone's version.

ANN MILLER said...

I am newly unemployed and have plenty of time on my hands right now. So if you still need a pattern tester, I'll be here for a while. I check my emails a few times a day

Lorna McMahon said...

Hi Ann! I would love to have you do the pattern testing, but you are no reply, and have no blog attached to your profile. Can you please email me?