I think everyone has some kind of "thing" for lighthouses, myself included.
Since moving to Nova Scotia in 2010, I've become even more enamored with them.
Nova Scotia is the farthest eastern mainland Canadian province that is almost completely surrounded by the sea. Countless, if not hundreds of lighthouses continue to dot the amazing landscape that is Nova Scotia.
Last year I designed my first nautical-themed quilt called Safe Harbor which was a tribute to lighthouses.
Today, I am introducing a collection of four lighthouse patterns from my new Lighthouse Series.
Pictured below are my two different interpretations of the Western Light on Brier Island, NS...
followed by the Point Prim lighthouse in Digby, NS.
This next one may reside somewhere in the world but was born from my imagination and I've called it Silent Sentinel.
They are all wall hanging size and measure approximately 13" x 16".
Time permitting, I am hoping to have the patterns available for purchase in my Etsy shop later this week.
There are three others that I am currently working on in my Lighthouse Series. They are so much fun to design and make and the best thing is, the sky is the limit when it comes to using one's imagination!
Happy Easter everyone! And...