Friday, January 2, 2015

Where have you been all YEAR....? wink... YOUR thoughts are needed...



I don’t know what you all have been doing all year, but WE have been busy....wink...
So busy we need to slow down a minute and get your opinion, your thoughts....



Please drop us a note and let us know:

1. Would you like to see a collection of these fashionable ladies..?

2. Do you like the idea that it would be on FABRIC...kind of like a template to do as you please?

3. Would you prefer just the pattern and you can size it and trace it yourself?


If not printed on fabric the price would be reduced....

4. OR would you like the choice...Pattern or Printed Fabric or BOTH



Thank you, we are trying to deliver you projects that will stir
your creativity!

The Team at Sew we Quilt and Sew we Stitch..



41 comments:

  1. Love this idea and YES definitely printed on fabric to be embroidered.
    I will absolutely have to have one or two......

    Sue

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    1. thank you Sue .please leave email next time so I can reply back.. you are on google plus and it removes your email for us to reply directly..you matter

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  2. I like the way the lady looks and would preferr to trace it myself.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  3. I think the lady is wonderful, but I prefer to trace her myself and be free to use the pattern as an embroidery or an appliqué or combined.

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  4. I think offer it both ways. Some will like it printed, others would like to print it themselves. Very intriguing.

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  5. I like the idea of the pattern to trace myself; but I'm also intrigued by what I could do with the pattern already on fabric...works kinda like plug and play. She is very lovely by the way!

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  6. I prefer to trace my own but think having both options is a good idea. Love the ladies!

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    1. thank you Mary..please leave email next time so I can reply back..

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  7. I love the idea of having it printed on the fabric, the way embroidery patterns were when I was a child. Wonderful idea! :)

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  8. She is very pretty, but I am not much in the embroidery line. I would probably not buy more than one. If I were in a shop, I would be able to touch the fabric and have an idea of the quality, if they came pre-printed. If I bought online, I think I would prefer a PDF for instant download to trace onto fabric I have confidence in.

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  9. Offering these designs both as a traceable pattern or as a pre- print is a marvelous idea. Satisfying everyone's needs and wants. She's a lovely lady ")

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  10. Not really to my taste, so no to both. Sorry.

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  11. This is adorable and I love the idea of it being on fabric, but would also like to see it offered as a pattern. I could see myself making adjustments to the design, depending on who would be the recipient of the finished product. Beautiful work! Thanks Mdm. Samm for all you do for us.

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  12. Offering both is a grand idea. I've had a lot of success selling templates (just the drawing) for embroidery or applique, but I can see beginners loving the pattern already printed on the fabric. Your lady is very pretty. She would look great in ruffles.

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  13. I love the design and the idea of preprinting, but if the fabric it is printed on doesn't match the fabric I'm adding to a quilt it wouldn't work. She looks beautiful!

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  14. What a pretty pattern. For sure offering it both ways. The pre-printed on fabric would be a wonderful thing for people who are on a time crunch.

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  15. I'm old school! LOL. I like to trace and applique.

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  16. What a great pattern. I like to trace my own as I often resize but printed on fabric sounds great too. I guess I'm saying I would like both.

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  17. The lady is lovely, I would prefer to trace her though to give me lots of different fabric options.

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  18. Good Morning, I think the lady to trace and size. She is beautiful.

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  19. I like the idea of tracing on my choice of fabric, so pattern please for me:)

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  20. As I am overseas I prefer just pattern to trace by myself. These ladies are absolutely beautiful and must to make.

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  21. The advantages of tracing: choosing my own background fabric, choosing my own size of design, choosing to do some parts applique/some embroider. The advantages of pre-printed: less decisions, easier for a beginner, the project is ready to use out of the 'box'. I think that bloggers would enjoy tracing their own and it would be more interesting as a blog hop because it increases the opportunities for individual creativity.

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  22. Well, if I could choose then I would go for the pattern, not for the fabric. As already written by others, I prefer to have my own fabric in front of me before tracing These ladies down... and yes, I would love to embroider These beauties!

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  23. My preference would be the pattern so I could trace it myself on the fabric of my choice.

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  24. I would be willing to pattern test the applique if you need someone too.

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  25. I'd probably rather trace it myself Samm - I have a light box and it would be easy for me to do. blessings, marlene

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  26. I'd rather trace but see advantages for those who are beginners or even those who are not. Time saver if pre-printed. I would rather use my own fabric to go with the remainder of the fabrics in the quilt.

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  27. Love the idea of having it already to stitch, but also having the option of doing myself, that is if I wasn't having a lazy day, lol!

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  28. Personally, I would prefer a pattern. I learned to use a thin wash out pen for embroidery tracing so I don't have to fret about perfect coverage of my tracing. Having the fabric preprinted could make it difficult to tweak the image. On the other hand, there are times I'm not fond of the drudgery of tracing. If feasible, both options just might be the winner.

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  29. Not for me but I am sure those who appliqué or embriodery will be excited. Always appreciate the work that goes into all these designs and plans.

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  30. That gal looks darling! Would we get ideas on to approach the design printed on the fabric? Or the pattern to trace also? I have always done the tracing, so it wouldn't be a bother for me.

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  31. I would probably like to trace or print if myself. Lovely lady.

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  32. I think the little lady is lovely. If the design was printed on a fabric that is easy to find anywhere, like maybe a Moda solid with the color number listed, it would be very easy to use her in a quilt. Maybe offer both white and ivory. I think probably it would be best to offer both the pattern to trace and the design printed on fabric.

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  33. Preprinted on a variety of colored backgrounds for embroidery would be fun. Like white or pink or a low volume print!

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  34. I like both - pre-printed and pattern. A pattern would allow us to use it more than once if so inclined. Adorable image :)

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  35. Hi Samm...I would like to trace the pattern, that way I can choose my own background...I don't mind the tracing.

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  36. Great design. Offering it both ways opens up so many possibilities for the stitcher.

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  37. Here's my 2 cents even though I haven't gotten into the embroidery scene yet.. I like the idea of both. I love your idea of a collection of the ladies and using as a quilt block.

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