Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Quilting with the mouse

...so I never thought I would ever quilt with my mouse!  Well that's what I worked on over the weekend.  Virtual quilting on my computer!  I will have to say I'm quite proud of my self.  I didn't think I could do it and I done it pretty good...figuring out this Adobe..In Design program that is!!

I am working on this pattern right now.  And I've actually enjoyed it!  Although I made a major mess up yesterday morning and deleted everything I did.  I was just sick...It was gone,  I couldn't find it anywhere?  So I had to start all over...It did go much faster the second time though.
...question and advice?  

Should I release a pattern at a time...or all patterns "so far" at the same time?


...update!!  Since I was feeling way to confident when writing this post about my computer skills...I go do it again!  Yep I deleted everything I did again....and this time I had more done! 

sometimes you have to learn the hard way!


Kathy Schwartz said...

My first reaction is all the patterns as it would make a better display in a store and draw more attentions to them rather than just one lonely pattern by all by itself! Quilter's like choices too and might be drawn to one design more than another so will then get the ruler to go with their favourite pattern. JMHO :)

Pam said...

I agree... to see all the different possibilities w this ruler would have a greater impression...hang in there with the pattern design! ttys xoxoxo Pam

Kristie said...

Grrrr....technology hurts as much as it helps, I think!! I feel your pain!

I would just release all the patterns you have to date- a smorgasbord!

Aunt 'Reen said...

I agree with the other girls Jenny - quilters & shops like variety. If you plan on selling to local shops...bring your quilts along. They may decide to display them to help feature/sell your patterns. Who knows, perhaps they'd even consider offering up a class or 2 which would further help your sales.

Wishing you great success!