Sue Pelland Designs

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Getting ready for Quilt Festival, HOUSTON!

Thanks to Jeff Lomicka, professional quilt photographer, I have some beautiful new photos of my quilts! The primary reason I went to see Jeff was to get photos for my latest pattern, Christmas Ribbons. This pattern teaches three new techniques using the Leaves Galore Templates. The Ribbon border, half tone leaves and poinsettia flowers are all cut with the Grande Leaves Galore Template.
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Mancuso, Candice and Inchie quilts

It has been en exciting month here at Sue Pelland Designs!  I am working with a few new distributors, so watch for Leaves Galore in your mailbox catalogs soon... Meanwhile, we have been to another wonderful show in Manchester, NH.  At Mancuso, my niece Candice, my daughter Lauren and my Mom, Elaine  helped me run the booth.  What fun to work with three of my favorite people!!  After 4 days of demos, I ended up with piles of leaves...you might say, we cut Leaves Galore!! What to do with all these beautiful leaves...

To Market, To Market...

I can't wait for Quilt Market in Minneapolis!  My Mom, Elaine, and I are flying out on Wednesday, setting up our booth on Thursday, and Market opens on Friday.  We will be in booth 2750, so please stop by to watch the Leaves Galore and Quilter's Chalk Line Demo firsthand.   If you can't make it to market, you can still watch the video on the link here on my home page.
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How to use the Quilter's Chalk Line

Technologically Challenged!  That is me!  With my son Timmy's help, I finally have the Chalk Line Video ready to share.    Watch the video here,   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAwekU2-Vtg or check the link on the top of my home page.... and please share it with your friends! [product id="2"] Thanks, Sue
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3 year Cancer-versary!

Dear friends, I am so pleased to announce that yesterday was my son Timmy's three year Cancer-versary. This is a day to celebrate as Timmy is 3 years past diagnosis with Chronic Mylogenous Leukemia, and he is doing extremely well. I will keep this post short, as I need to get to Timmy's 2nd baseball game of the season. Three years ago, Timmy missed the the entire baseball season. His spleen was so enlarged, it was dangerous for him to do anything. We were afraid to let him go back to school for fear of rupturing his spleen. WOW have we come a long way!!
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