|Amy included her copy of my book in her photo, so sweet|
So much to write about - here we go.
First up - Thankful update
I've added photos of finished quilts to the FREE pattern page. HERE
If you want your version included, tag me in a post or email a photo to me. Tell me how you would like it watermarked.
It's so fun to see all the versions. I made a couple and will get mine posted in the next batch of photos I add to the page.
We are so Thankful for you!
|Note cards from our collection - available on Etsy|
I have extended the offer of free domestic postage on purchases of signed copies of my book.
I'm also including one of the cards from our new series of note cards. The cards are available in our Etsy shop HERE.
I'm looking forward to meeting many of you in 2019!
January - dates coming soon - special display of antique needlework items at Eagle Creek Quilt Shop
February 1-2 I will be at Eagle Creek Quilt Shop in Shakopee Minnesota
Link HERE More Details to follow in my next blog post
In April I will be in Minneapolis doing a pin ball workshop customized just for this
special group. Ask me about a special event for your group!
In May 17&18 I will be at Penns Dry Goods Market in Pennsburg, PA
Link HERE for more information. Enrollment is now OPEN
There will be a special exhibit of really wonderful antique needlework tools
Fabulous Speakers (myself included - I am proud to say)
Fantastic Antique Dealers
If you are going, let me know some of us are meeting up
So what are those magic words?
When the kids were home for the holiday - they asked about quilts. From DD, what are we patterning next? We shuffled through the short list - and oh my! We have a special one coming up. She made a baby quilt for friends in November and hand quilted it. So pleased she enjoys hand work.
From my son - "can we make a quilt"
I had to contain my excitement. His good friends are expecting their first baby and he wanted to make them a quilt. He's made a quilt before so he knew what he was asking. Oh, and he wants it done in January. We chose a simple four patch, he selected fabrics from my stash and I agreed to machine quilt it. He wants it for everyday use. Over his visit he sewed all of the blocks and assembled the top. What FUN!
Happy 2019 - I wish you all lots of magic words this year!