Learning curve…

Let’s talk about the learning curve of starting a blog—nevermind, let’s NOT talk about it.  I am very grateful to my new bloggy friends who have filled me in on things I didn’t understand:)
But no one filled me in on the learning curve of listing an item on Etsy…SO!!  Let me just apologize if any of you went to purchase my Eliza Jane PDF Pattern for the PB Inspired Quilt, and found nothing there.  I have since remedied the problem and the pattern is ready for you to buy and get sewing immediately!!
As long as we’re being honest about learning curves, may I just be a cheerleader for one moment and say that if you are thinking about making this quilt—it is not too difficult—YOU CAN DO IT!!!  (imagine me dancing ridiculously to cheer you on right now)  And if you don’t have any sweet girlies to make this for, you can make a boys themed PB inspired quilt like I did for Justin.
Besides, I made the pattern really detailed, in the most OCD manner that I possibly could so that it will be a very pleasant, non-cursing experience for you:)  All the measurements of the strips and borders are done so you don’t have to figure any of that out on your own!!
Why did I do all that??  Less stress for you, and who doesn’t enjoy a shorter learning curve!!  Head on over to my Etsy shop and have fun making this quilt!


  1. says

    Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment. I love both quilts you have made! I’ve got a selection of fabrics to make a quilt for a little baby but somehow keep procrastinating…must do it, it will be only a small quilt anyway.

  2. says

    Hi! I had seen your girly quilt floating around PInterest and wondered who the sewer was. So glad to finally “meet” you!
    Thanks for popping by my blog (Queen B Creative Me) and leaving such a nice comment about my hexi bag. I am following you back and can’t wait to see what comes next from you!!

  3. says

    What beautiful quilts Shannon! You are very talented!
    Thank-you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment!
    I am now a follower of your blog also.
    It’s so great to connect with fellow crafters & sewers on the internet.
    I am a stay-at-home Grandma and it’s my link to the “real” world! LOL!
    Thanks Again!
    Lisa H.

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