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Freebie for you nice folks!!!

Ok so you are lovin our new pattern so we thought the best way to thank you is to give you a gift.
So I'm looking at these sweet Download SisBoomFrayedRosettes and I say to Carla Crim , who you all know as the next best thing to sliced bread, ..can we do a tutorial??  And her response is always "Easy Peasy"!!  So the next thing I know Carla has created this masterful and artistic download for you all to enjoy and my wonderful assistant Dana gave it some photoshop finesse and a week later here it is!!! It takes a village trust me. So enjoy the results and always share!!  Hey to all my friends from quilt market I'll be in touch soon..lots of shout outs to the Michael Miller gang!  Wish you weren't all so gosh darn talented but what the heck ..who knew competition could actually be fun???  FYI you can now buy our Tunic for girls ebook on our own website under patterns in the Sis Boom Shop.  The womans Patricia Tunic will be rolling out by the end of next month …Glory Days!!!!
SisBoomFrayedRosettes

40 Responses to “Freebie for you nice folks!!!”

  1. Thank you!! Those are so cute! I can’t wait to try it out!

  2. elizabeth says:

    What fun! Can’t wait to make some roses. It was great to see you in Pittsburgh!

  3. Jodi says:

    Oh so cute! Will have to try these soon. ;o) ooxx`jodi

  4. Aunt Spicy says:

    So fun, and perfect for extra pieces of fabric!

  5. Cathy Peckiconis says:

    Jennifer and Carla…..thank you so much for the great rosette tutorial…it does seem like it would be theraputic and fun!!!!! You could do all kinds of things with them…I am imagining putting them all over the side of a beach bag or you could put three on the back waist of a dress and have ruffles underneath. Of course, they are perfect on the new Sophie Tunic too….really cute!!!! Thank you for including me in all of your creative fun ladies!!! Its been such a privilege :)

  6. Terriaw says:

    What a cool technique for making fabric roses! I have not seen that yet. I can think of so many uses for these, but especially for on wrapped gifts or as pin backs on a bulletin board. Of course, very lovely in Sis Boom fabrics!!

  7. sheri howard says:

    Jennifer, I am SOOOOO sad I missed you at market. The times I asked if you were there…..the response was, “not yet” and “oh she just left” I really wanted to say “hi” and get our pictures together….I still love your fabrics!!!

  8. Somer says:

    Thank you! What fun.

  9. Jen says:

    It may just be my internet connection but for some reason I can’t get the PDF to download. :( Could you possibly email it to me?
    I LOVE THEM!!!
    thanks, Jennifer
    jenniferR.2007@gmail.com

  10. Jen says:

    oh it says that the file is damaged :(

  11. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! Love the new pattern, the frayed roses, the fabric, you…all of it! Fabulous! And yes, it takes a village, just like our talk! Glad you have a fabulous village! Can I move there??
    xo Simone

  12. Tom says:

    Yes!That Carla is amazing! And you’re not too shabby yourself! Thanks for the pattern!
    I will definitely making a bouquet of these soon!

  13. Tom says:

    Yes!That Carla is amazing! And you’re not too shabby yourself! Thanks for the pattern!
    I will definitely making a bouquet of these soon!

  14. Tom says:

    Yes!That Carla is amazing! And you’re not too shabby yourself! Thanks for the pattern!
    I will definitely making a bouquet of these soon!

  15. Stephanie says:

    I’ve been enjoying all the market photos on different blogs. Although I’m sure it’s lots of work I also think there is loads more fun! Pretty rose.

  16. Stephanie says:

    I’ve been enjoying all the market photos on different blogs. Although I’m sure it’s lots of work I also think there is loads more fun! Pretty rose.

  17. Stephanie says:

    I’ve been enjoying all the market photos on different blogs. Although I’m sure it’s lots of work I also think there is loads more fun! Pretty rose.

  18. Stephanie says:

    I’ve been enjoying all the market photos on different blogs. Although I’m sure it’s lots of work I also think there is loads more fun! Pretty rose.

  19. Thanks Carla and Jennifer! I love the tunic pattern,too!

  20. erika says:

    Thank you! I hope you enjoyed youself at Market. Our local quilt shop owner came back TIRED and excited. I look forward to all the goodies. I also look forward to the quilt show in Houston at the end of the year–so much to see.

  21. maigirlz says:

    Thank you thank you thank you darling Jennifer!! I can’t wait to make a ladies tunic- I’ll be waiting for the announcement when it’s available!

  22. Lou says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!! I LOVE my new pattern, and I can’t wait for the mama tunic!!!! You rock, my friend!

  23. Emily Moss says:

    Delightful frayed and fantastic flowers! You are a sweetheart to share this great tutorial!
    ~Emily xx

  24. Courtney B. says:

    Seriously, you amaze me! BIG thank you to you and Carla for the pattern! Can’t wait to try it out, and, I am very anxiously awaiting the mommy tunic!

  25. Thanks for the shout out Jennifer and back at ya! love your blog and will be one of the many many that can’t wait to make up the grown up tunic version!
    thanks-Kathy miller

  26. Regina says:

    These fabric roses are adorable!

  27. Are you kidding me? I’m SO happy! As someone who bought your pattern… shucks, you didn’t have to, but I’m SO glad you did!

  28. Those roses are adorable!!

  29. Sallianne says:

    Carla and Mrs Pags, do you want me to give up housework all together? I am taking that little bag of sisboom frippery and giving it a go! and for those who have an etsy….put the flowers on the long ribbons, just like Jcrew is doing and you have lovely summer belts. For that fine tip you can reward me on June 12 when I am bringing a carload of ny girlfriends to the house.
    xxxxx

  30. Salienne for some reason I can’t get to your e-mail but yes bring a truckload you know we love it!!

  31. Alissa says:

    So sweet to make a tutorial! Thank You. Can’t wait to try it.

  32. ...t. says:

    Carla does love her roses. Isn’t she just the Bees Knees??? LOVE HER….almost as much as I love FREE tutes!! ;)
    Thanks for this one Jennifer and Carla!

  33. We are gonna make rosettes this week! Thanks for sharing!

  34. Rebekah says:

    How sweet are those?? I always love a new way to make a fabric flower – thank you!

  35. Sarah Fielke says:

    Hi Jennifer, what shame I missed meeting you at Market – everywhere you were, I wasn’t! I will have to try and say hi at Houston if you are there. Thanks for the tutorial, it’s really cute.

  36. angie.a says:

    Love these. Thanks for the instructions! Can’t wait for the grown up Patricia either!!

  37. Jennifer P. says:

    I’m making these and gluing them on a headband. Too cute!

  38. Casa Pinka says:

    wow, all i did was google “sis boom chair” because i found your fabrics on etsy recently and i fell in love. and here you have a blog, and even better a tutorial,and even better you have examples of your fabrics made up! so, now i must not only blog about you, but go and buy some more fabrics because they are even more beautiful than i could imagine!
    http://www.casapinka.typepad.com

  39. Marci Glenn says:

    I can’t wait to get home from work and try this. Thank You!!

  40. Paula says:

    Jennifer, I’m thinking maybe I’m a triplet, separated at birth. I light up when I see you! xoxo

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