Yesterday I was teaching an ongoing Crazy Class .. Antoinette's theme is Christmas and she had a rectangular space she needed to fill. Yeh, dumb .. I didn't take pictures but I promise to next time I see her.
Well we looked at her quilt for awhile and then decided she needed a sleigh. So I sat down and drew one.
She was tickled, I loved the 5 minutes it took to draw and we both thought you might enjoy it too.
Antoinette plans to applique the body of the sleigh and the presents, the runners and decoration will be embroidered with 6-strand floss and the bows on the packages might be silk ribbon embroidery. But you could do anything you want. If I had the time I was thinking simple redwork .. how about you? If you stitch it, I'd love to see it. Please email me a picture, link to your blog or post it in our Flickr group.
So this will print out at ... I don't know ... whatever size. But you are welcome to enlarge or reduce it to fit your needs.
~ here's a very quick tip to enlarge or reduce any design ~
Measure the design you have. Then determine the size you want. Use the length or height ... it doesn't matter. Then take what you WANT and divide by what you HAVE. So if this sleigh currently measures 10" long and you want it to be 6" you'd divide 6 by 10 and get .60 which converts to 60%. Yep, that's the number you plug into your copy machine. It works the same for enlarging .. you want it bigger, let's say 12". Well then 12 divided by 10 is 1.2 which converts to 120%. Voila!
So I was here and now I'm gone .. more soon. xox Jovita Pin It Now!