Even more fun and exiting patterns

Hi everyone. I’m here to tell you about a new part of Liljabs.com 😛 ( to much like a commercial? hihi)

Since I started working full time and moved into my own apartment just over a year ago. I don’t have as much time for my craft as I used to. And most of the time I have i seem to gravitate towards drawing new patterns rather than sewing them. I haven’t put up any of my untested patterns because I’d feel really bad if some beginner want’s to make that block and if there are problems they might be discouraged to try again being sure that they are doing something wrong and giving up. I don’t want that to happen to anyone.
But I also want my readers to be able to get new patterns as I design them rather than wait until the sewing muse hits me upside the head with my (quite heavy) sewing machine 🙂

So I give you the Untested Patterns page it only has a few patterns up yet, But it will start to grow as I go through my patterns and see what I have ready. And then it will hopefully start to get smaller again once you guys start testing them out for me and telling me if they need to be fixed or are ok to be added to their proper page.

one of the first patterns on the page is the much requested continuation of my Rudolph set

Yukonyukon

So happy sewing and happy testing

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10 Responses to Even more fun and exiting patterns

    • liljabs says:

      Thank You.
      I have so many Patterns laying around on my hard drive gathering dust. It’s time to get something done 🙂

  1. Jessica B. says:

    I love that idea!

  2. Barbara says:

    I was so hoping you would post more of these. I just love your work. Thank you!!!

  3. Amber says:

    I just found your website through FandomInStitches!

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do a Bumble from the Rudolph series! AND the Snowman Narrator! It’s my all-time fave Christmas show, I’d love to have pillows from each of the characters!

  4. I’m so excited about the Rudolph series! It was my childhood favorite. Unfortunately, I can’t test patterns for you yet! I am determined to learn paper-piecing this year! Then I can help you.

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