Sunday, January 25, 2009

Okay, So Here's the Deal . . .

I had an email from someone who wanted to buy the Valentine Hearts pattern, and since I don't have everything set up yet to sell patterns in anything like a "professional" manner, I told her if she wanted a copy of what I gave my class, I'd be happy to sell that to her. I know a few of you were also interested in the pattern--and weren't lucky enough to win it (sorry about that, but you'll have to blame Hubby's winner-selection skills!) or take my class, so I'll extend the same offer to anyone else who is interested.

Here's what you'd get--a computer printed copy of a picture of the quilt and all the directions--fabric requirements, cutting directions, and piecing directions. All packaged nicely in a zip top bag--because I have a BIG box of them now!


The price would be $5 plus postage, which I think would probably run around 76 cents in the United States, but I haven't put these together and weighed them yet so I may be off a little. Also, if you're in California, you'd need to include tax (39 cents). If you'd like a copy of the pattern, privately email me your mailing address and I'll let you know payment details.

Happy Quilting!

7 comments:

Julie in the Barn said...

Oh sure, NOW you have it for sale AFTER I have made a botched and totally ugly version that is no way no how cute & wonderful like yours! I think you have underpriced the directions. I am here to tell one & all that the money would be well spent to get the directions from you. I should have held off until I could get the real deal from you, Kim. Now I'm stuck with my clunky version. I'll know better next time.

Pat said...

I have to agree with Julie's post above. That being said... I'll e-mail you about grabbing one quick before you come to your senses!

Linda said...

I just saw that cute Santa. Will you be putting out that pattern to buy?

Gran said...

What a good deal!

Judy said...

Wow, good deal. I expected $8 or so. That's a great pattern, I'd but it if I hadn't won!LOL!. See this gets you all in the mood for printing out those patterns and selling them! LOL!

Linda said...

Just a thought--even though you have a kazillion bags--why don't you print your patterns in pdf and just email them to people?
Lurking Linda

Nan said...

Why YES, ma'am - I'd love one of your patterns! I'll email you in a bit. How exciting, Kim! I'm proud of you!