Pam, I would love to win the Tussy Mussy pattern. It combines flowers, quilts, and what looks like my other favorite-an ice cream cone. Can't go wrong with that!Ginny in Colorado
I love that your headed East! I just started following your blog and I am a member of, and frequent visitor to, Old Sturbridge Village. They just had a new set of twin lambs born into the fold last weekend, just an hour or so before I arrived.This is also one of my favorite do-it-yourself-mini-shop-hop areas, all within a 15 minute drive from OSV. On your way to OSV from Brimfield, as you're heading east down route 20, look out for the Quilt & Cabbage in Sturbridge (about a mile west of OSV) - they're tucked behind a primitive shop (also worthy of a visit). Tight quarters, but beautiful fabric. If you keep heading east on 20, after OSV - maybe 15 minutes down the road, keep an eye out for Fabric Stash (directly on route 20) and Charlton Sewing Center (just a block off route 20, in a church - fabrics are displayed in the pews, and ask the owner to rev up the pipe organ, yes, she really can play).I'm sure you'll have a great time! Good luck at the Brimfield Show!Jennifer in Massachusetts
Thank you Pam for coming to western NY Patchwork Gardens in Amherst NY.. We have so enjoyed your sewing class and trunk show. Your are a amazing women and I am Blessed that our paths have crossed. Look forward to seeing you again.
Saw one of your Nabby's Dowry quilts at a local show this weekend. Love it. It is possible to find the directions in a PDF or other file? I have tried to print the blog posts, but it doesn't go so well. Would really like to try my hand at one of these.Thanks!
Pam, I love the sew along and I love your quilts and patterns. I was wondering if it would be possible to get extra fabric, as my friend and I would love to make the quilt bigger. We have tried at the shop that we bought the original kit from that is close to our area, but so far have been unable to. Also, we were wondering if you could tell us how many more blocks we would need to make it a queen size quilt and how much more material we would need for the borders and the backing. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for the reply.
Loved your Tree Farm Wool Pinkeep! Thanks for sharing. Please put my name in the hat, bowl or whatever for a chance to win the scissors.
Pam, was so happy to see you as a designer on the hop. The truck is fabulous and I do so love pin keepers. I met you at Mackinaw and had a wonderful time learning and socializing at the retreat. Please enter my name in drawing as I do not usually know how to enter when on the blogs. Thanks Jeanette
Why is it that other quilter's scraps always look so enticing?? I have a big basket of my scraps that are happily shared with anyone who walks in my workshop. It would be lovely to receive some of yours! The weather is beautiful today here in Frankford, Ontario, Canada!
Pam, I would love to win a box of your scraps. I make all sizes of quilts, but my favorites are doll quilts because I can try out more combinations of fabric without committing to a big project. Also they are so cute and finish faster.Sharon
I love scraps and have three drawers of larger ones, 2 1/2", 3 1/2", 2" then shoe boxes of 1 1/2" strips, 1" strips, 1 1/4" strips, and squares of all the sizes. I am working of a quilt made from 1 1/2" squares and 1 1/2" by 2 1/2" rectangles, My scraps are sorted by type of fabric as well, civil war, 30's, and brights. I have made several doll quilts with scraps. St. Charles, Il
I started saving scraps and strips based on reading your blog and store them by size. I would be grateful to enter your new scrap giveaway as I am trying to influence a newbie to the quilting world with a limited budget. Quality goods will result in good results in a quilt she could be proud of. Sharon Butvilas, Oswego, IL
Pam, your fabrics are simply stunning. I am in awe with each new selection. It is obvious you love what you do. You inspire me. Thank you.
Hi Pam, you are very generous....all fabrics have a home somewhere...but I haven't used modern prints or brights....I would love, love, love your scraps....thanks for the chance....Linda at....email@example.com
Don't miss going to The Christmas Goose quilt shop in Vegas. You will love it!!! Quiltique is a very nice store too.Love your quilts, especially the minis.Maureen from Canada
Hi, By chance do you know what issue your Country Charm quilt appeared in Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine. Yes I have a "few" years of the magazine; good chance I would have the issue/pattern. ThanksVicky-Wisconsin
I was recently given a bunch of hexies that were my Great Grandmothers. I have been looking for ideas of what I could do with them. I want to make some small projects so that I could give each of my sisters something with the hexies in it. I love your project with the nine flower hexies in the center and small hexies around the outside. Would love to have the pattern or some instructions with measurements. Please let me know where I can get this pattern.
I’m sewing your Conestoga Crossing quilt. There’s an error on bock 11. C should be 3”, E, I, J and L should all be 2”.
Hi Pam, When are you going to put out a new book about quilt labels?