isaacson72 wrote:All but 1 (the bunny pulling the cart) fit on a 3" mason jar lid, I think that's the wide mouth lid. She has another set of Easter patterns that look smaller: http://www.123stitch.com/item/Sue-Hillis-Hippity-Hop-Cross-Stitch-Pattern/14-1358" target="_blank" target="_blank
My pattern is at home but I think the average size of the patterns I received was about 30-32 stitches wide & 32-ish tall.
Does that help?
Squirrel wrote:What a neat idea and the designs are so happy and colourful. Well Done.
isaacson72 wrote:I emailed the designer (Sue Hillis Designs) to ask permission to sell the finished jars at my office and to friends, as a fundraiser I'm doing for the National MS Society. She responded & said yes, she hopes I make a pile of cash, and that if I become rich, she would like to put in her order for a Mercedes. It was her, personally, emailing from her iphone, not a customer service rep, I thought that was so awesome! It's like talking to a celebrity directly! I'll definitely buy some more of her patterns, they're super cute.
rcperryls wrote:Love that news. I think that most designers are glad to give permission for charitable events. I imagine they also really appreciate the fact that you took the time to ask for her permission. Good for you and good for her. I also hope you make a chunk of bucks for MS.