I have several, actually more than several, projects in progress and not ready to share any of them just yet. So in the meantime, I thought it would be fun to share some freebies that I’ve run across in recent days. These designers have websites offering their patterns and stamps for sale, so please be sure to check out all of their products and not only the ones for free. And absolutely, positively please do not forget to say thank you to each for sharing their talent and time in giving us these freebies.
Meljens Designs has an awesome free digital stamp in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month called “Hope Ribbon”. Please take time to check out Melissa’s blog, it’s such a fun place to peruse and she has frequent challenges and cards to share. Melissa is one of my favorite digital stamp designers and you can purchase her digital stamps at Whimsy Stamps.
Back in the day Rainbow Brite was all the rage. If you want to remember those fun, carefree days, then check out this free digital stamp from Making our Mark This whimsical stamp will be a great addition to your Halloween or Thanksgiving cards & projects.
Now onto my other love, quilting & sewing. The following are freebie patterns that can be downloaded and sewn up in an afternoon or so.
Pat Sloan shares several free patterns including her Zig Zag Pillowon her website. In addition, don’t forget to stop by her shop and see other fabulous patterns. If you are a visual person, you may want to check out Pat’s video tutorials as they are extremely good.
And last but not least is a 1940’s inspired kitchen set over at Robert Kaufman’s website. The pattern is called “Happy Homemaker” and is designed by Darlene Zimmerman. This pattern includes an apron, placemats and table runner.
Reminder…. Please don’t forget to say thanks to all of these fabulous designers who are sharing their hard work and designs with all of us. I am not compensated nor am I affiliated with any of the designers. I just love sharing. Afterall, isn’t that way crafters are all about?
So until next time.