The way I design patterns is really not that efficient, but it works for me. I've discussed my process before. I essentially find a picture (photo, drawing, clipart, etc.) that I convert into the paper piecing pattern. I usually can get it done, but sometimes I have to find another picture. When I decided I wanted to try designing the block, I searched through tons of lion and lamb pictures online. I tried converting a couple before moving full steam ahead on this one.
I sectioned it by hand, uploaded it into EQ7, and then "traced" the lines. Lydia made this block from the unedited EQ7 paper piecing block that was really just my rough draft. I am so thankful! My work isn't done at this step, though. I have to "mentally piece" the block to be sure that it can be sewn. I always have to move lines.
I'm not sure when I'll be able to test it, but anyone is welcome to try.
Lion and Lamb by Shannon LaCount (EQ7)
I'm in the process of creating another blog attached to this one to host all the patterns for better organization and easier access: