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New Pattern!  Batiks Gone Wild Lap Quilt

batiks gone wild quilt pattern

Like my previous patterns, Summer Jewels and Windmills at Night, this pattern appears complicated, but is actually very simple to put together. A beginning quilter can easily tackle this project, and a more experienced quilter can easily finish this 43″ x 58″ lap quilt in a weekend.  Downloadable pdf Pattern is available for just $2.99! It will be sent directly to your email upon purchase!

Batiks Gone Wild Quilt Pattern- Only $2.99  Buy NowAdd to Cart

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Partridge & Pear Pattern!
Create two very unique projects with this one pattern.  Color suggestions and links to tutorials for both faux stained glass and aluminum embossing are included.  A beautiful Christmas decoration or wall art!
Partridge & Pear Pattern Only $7.00!   Add to Cart

Majestic Peacock Pattern
The Faux Stained Glass Peacock tutorial is one of my most popular posts.   The peacock is also my most requested pattern.  This pattern book not only contains the pattern for the Majestic Peacock, but instructions for two complete projects using that pattern and ideas for seven other projects!  Click here for full description and reviews!
Majestic Peacock Pattern$10.00 
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Sleeping Mermaid Pattern
One very sleepy mermaid just waiting for you to bring her to life!  This pdf pattern can be made into a painted piece of art, embossed metal, embroidery, or much more!
Sleeping Mermaid Pattern$7.00Add to Cart

Chicken Run Pattern
Cute pattern with color suggestions and links to instructions on how to create faux stained glass, or any other project you might have in mind for this pattern.
Chicken Run Pattern- $7.00Add to Cart

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Faux Stained Glass Kits

Create your own faux stained glass with these simple kits.  A fun project for the whole family!  (For a full tutorial on this simple process, see my Faux Stained Glass Tutorial).  Each kit contains all supplies that you need to create your own, including a full sized pattern, illustrated instructions, and all paints and glue.  All you have to supply is the clear acrylic sealant, frame and glass!

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Partridge & Pear Faux Stained Glass Kit
Full Size Pattern – 14″ x 16″, plus supplies and full illustrated Instructions. All you have to supply is the picture frame and glass! Add to Cart $20.00

Two Turtle Doves Faux Stained Glass Kit
Full Size Pattern – 13″ x 16″, plus supplies (including 12 red glass cabuchons) and full illustrated Instructions. All you have to supply is the picture frame and glass!

Add to Cart$22.00

Chicken Run Faux Stained Glass Kit
Full Size Pattern – 13″ x 16″, plus supplies and full illustrated Instructions. All you have to supply is the picture frame and glass!  Add to Cart $20.00

Faux Stained Glass Peacock Kit
Full Size Pattern – 16″ x 20″, plus supplies and full instructions. All you have to supply is the picture frame and glass!Add to Cart $20.00

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1 Cheryl September 22, 2013 at 10:35 am

Hi Susan, I started paintting on old windows, I had use the stainned glass paint untill Michaels removed it off the shelfs. I want to know what the process you use with the glue, mixed with paint, and if you have to put something on the glass to make the paint adhere to the glass? I love the effect yours has and I also would like to know if it stands up to the sun if someone hangs it out side or in a window? Thank you Cheryl

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2 Susan Myers September 22, 2013 at 6:28 pm

Hi Cheryl!
Wow, I didn’t realize that Michaels no longer carries glass paints! In answer to your question, I generally do not have an issue with the glass adhering to the paint, but I do recommend applying clear acrylic sealant to the whole project when complete. The finished projects do well in a sunny window, but I do not recommend them for outside. The ones that I have made have now lasted several years. The peacock needed some repair work about a month ago because one part had become unglued. I simply glued it back on with clear glue and then sprayed it down with sealant. (I had not used sealant on my original project). Hope that helps!
suzy

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3 Karen Helton December 7, 2013 at 11:32 pm

Hey, Cheryl

Thought you might like to know that Amazon.com carries glass paint. Hope this helps.

karen

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4 Cheryl Dingee September 20, 2013 at 11:38 am

hi there I am so glad I found your site, it started with me looking at the faux stanied glass peacock. My question is does it, the glue in the paint hold up to the sunlight coming in the window? And where do you find clear glue? Thank you for your time Cheryl

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5 Susan Myers September 22, 2013 at 6:33 pm

Hi Cheryl,

I find the clear glue at most grocery stores, craft stores or drug stores. I use Elmer’s school glue, but any brand should work. The paint holds up well in sunlight. The projects that I completed sit in a sunny window and have been there nearly two years.

suzy

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6 Jann Salisbury February 24, 2014 at 10:13 am

Walmart carries clear glue (elmers)

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7 Virginia Ingleby August 1, 2013 at 7:25 am

Hi Suzy. I am a shop owner and have had a couple of requests to carry/teach the windmills at night pattern. Please advise me on how I can purchase the patterns and if I am allowed to teach it as a class (and maybe even kit it). Thanks, V

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8 Linda Hystad April 11, 2013 at 10:19 pm

I am from Canada, and would love to do the windmills at night in the same colors as shown but can not get them. I have tried the discount place you talk about and they do not ship to Canada do you know Alsace that might?
Thank you Linda

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9 Anonymous January 31, 2013 at 8:59 pm

Do you have any patterns or items you sell with the Starry Night theme?

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10 Susan Myers February 1, 2013 at 1:03 pm

I do not currently have any patterns with the Starry Night theme. I did do a Quilled Starry Night project, http://suzyssitcom.com/2011/07/feature-friday-quilled-starry-night.html, but no pattern has been created.

suzy

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11 Susan townsend October 2, 2012 at 6:13 pm

I have never done any quilting so would the majesstic peacock e-book be too hard for me to do?
Thank you Susan T

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12 Julie September 29, 2012 at 4:04 pm

Hi Susan, I got that chandelier like the one you decorated. Do u have patterns or instructions?

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