I know my blog is usually about stamp samples but I also have another side to my business and that’s quilts.

A little while back I came out with a pattern called Squirrel Nuttiness.

Cheryl Crandall sent me a photo of a simplified version she did. I just love seeing what quilters do with my patterns. She’s actually selling this little quilt.

Did you know that using my stamps and quilt patterns to make items to sell is ok by me. I just ask that (1) you don’t mass produce items, that you make each one by hand (or sewing machine) and (2) that you give Eat Cake Graphics credit either on the item itself or verbally if someone should ask. I know that it’s nice to make a little extra money and I’m perfectly ok with that. I just ask that you respect the effort it takes me to come up with these things and that I have to make a living too.

So I thought I’d share this. You can find Cheryl here. Why not stop by her Etsy shop and take a peek.

Toodles for now.
Holly

ibt-450Hi Everyone.

Today’s post is something a little different than the usual.

My friend Kay Mackenzie has written her second book, Inspired by Tradition. While I’m know the stampers out there might think “applique, what’s that about”, I wanted to draw your attention to my Sprinkles of Thought blog to show you that fabric isn’t the only medium this book is good for.

AND, if you stop by the Sprinkles of Thought blog and leave a comment you’ll be entered to win your very own copy! Check the blog for details.

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