All Edge-to-Edge quilts now have a 2 week turn-around at 2 cents an inch!
All densities and all digital designs (and there are plenty) included!
Doesn't get much better than that!!!
In the News!
Just last week, "Himself" was chosen as my guild's, Ninigret Quilters, entry into the New England Quilt Musuem's
SUMMER CELEBRATION OF NEW ENGLAND QUILTS
The Best of the Region's Quilt Guilds
August 3 - 27
Very exciting! Be sure to visit him and all the other fabulous guild quilts. If he's chosen as the favorite by museum visitors, the guild would have the opportunity to fill the classroom exhibit space with lots of other quilts from our guild. A fabulous opportunity!
The Museum is located at 18 Shattuck St., Lowell, MA.
My bright and loaded-with-personality scarab beetle quilt won a 1st place ribbon at the 2016 Vermont Quilt Festival. While he was there, he had an admirer from "Simply Moderne" magazine, part of the "Quiltmania" group.
So... they selected him as one of their "Favorites" at VQF and have dedicated half a page in the magazine all to him ~ he's one very happy beetle!!!
New Workshop !!!
Bob Harrison of Bob's Featherweights is now taking bookings for his half-day Singer Featherweight Maintenance Class. This class has been very well received by local and regional guilds, gathering rave reviews.
Using projected live-feed camera, Bob will take you through all the steps to oiling, greasing, and polishing your favorite little Featherweight sewing machine. He'll then circulate through the class as you work on your own machine, guiding you through the maintenance of your own machine. You'll learn how to do-it-all yourself with plenty of expert guidance.
Also available at the workshop are parts and accessories for Singer Featherweights (Model 221, 222) Singer 201s, and 301s as well as Bob-crafted pressing boards, turned seam rippers, pens, and pencils.
Contact Bob for additional information and to book your guild's workshop today at: email@example.com
or call Bob at 401.269.9122
What's on Pat's Design Wall...
This one is being pieced using interfaced silk tie fabric from ties donated by dear Franklin Club friend Arthur Einstein of FL. Arthur has great taste in ties - so many beauties in so many colors! It's been in process for quite a while and is now waiting on getting its diagonal row strips together.
The stumbling block for a while was that I'd run out of the gold silk (of course!) so found a close-enough gold and used that for the outer border gold strips. I also re-designed the setting triangle blocks.
Next up - sewing together the diagonal rows, then a medium black border to continue the "float" effect, thin red inset border and a final black silk border. Hoping to get it quilted this summer so it can be entered into some shows in 2018.
I'll post its progress...