Sue Hanson has given us some very interesting wood, but some pieces are too small to make shuttles from, however sanded and polished they stand out on their own. The wood that the cup cake is on is called Raspberry Jam! Apparently it refers to the strong odour of this freshly cut wood, which resembles raspberry jam. The tree is found in Western Australia, those who live there can perhaps throw more light on what I have just written?
The cup cake pattern is one that Jane taught at the Palmetto tat Days and I am giving this particular example away tomorrow to the person who cooked some amazing cup cakes for the Scarecrow Festival.
As for the pattern (unless you are Jane's sister) but she only has one so you can't be! Or you attended Tat Days and then of course there is a good chance you will have this pattern, then you will have to buy the CD with all the patterns on from here. I am in the process of making a chocolate one and intend to tat some earrings too.
This is a bigger piece of the Raspberry Wood and hopefully some shuttles can be made from it.