|Quilt in the photo is Scraps from Home bonus project in|
Journey One of The Prairie Women's Sewing Circle club.
|Used with permission from American Patchwork & Quilting magazine. |
(c) 2015 Meredith Corp. All rights reserved.
Several members of the American Patchwork & Quilting magazine staff came to visit us the week following the July 4th holiday, and did we ever have fun! Oh...just a little stress when a national magazine comes to photograph your home!! But, they took all the worries away, and we all enjoyed every moment.
|Used with permission from American Patchwork & Quilting magazine.|
(C) 2015 Meredith Corp. All rights reserved.
|Photo used with permission from American Patchwork & Quilting magazine.|
(c) 2015 Meredith Corp. All rights reserved.
The pattern for Prairie At Heart is, of course, found in the pages of this, the December, 2015 issue. Also in this issue is a web link to see even more photos of my home!
Kits are available, with exactly the same fabrics I used,
all from my Antique Cotton fabric collection for Marcus Fabrics.
Click here to order a kit, and bring a little Prairie into your home.
I'll share more photos of my home, and some behind-the-scenes pictures of the photo shoot in my next blog post!! I also invite you to click on over to the Marcus Fabrics blog, where you'll see a few pictures you won't see here.
And...I'll have a BIG GIVE-AWAY next week, so watch my blog for news!! So exciting!!
Sending out the biggest THANK YOU to all the amazing and oh-so-talented women working at American Patchwork & Quilting magazine. You're a joy to work with each and every time I am lucky enough to do so!!!
Find some time for the stitching that feeds your soul!
Congratulations! They are so fortunate to have found you. I am a subscriber so look forward to seeing more in the magazine! Your quilt is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Congrats! Will have to look for it. Love to see more 'traditional style' quilts rather than the modern brights. The quality you provide seems to be a bit of a rarity in many magazines these days. Just one of the reasons I appreciate your blog too:)ReplyDelete
You are very kind and I appreciate your comment more than you know. Thank you for taking the time to comment. I appreciate them all and gives me lots of JOY! PamDelete
Your news is terrific and so is that quilt. Looks like a fantastic Leader/Ender project to me.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! I love the quilt you designed for the article!ReplyDelete
I am so excited to get my hands on that magazine and see your home and have that beautiful pattern. A hearty congrats to you, Pam!! A well-deserved honor!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Love the quilt! I am watching my mailbox,ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous quilt! Can't wait to see in in print. Congrats!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful news - you deserve it. Will look forward to the magazine.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! So exciting for you...and for us! The quilt is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Pam - how exciting! And Prairie at Heart is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! So happy for you! I'm anxiously waiting for the issue.ReplyDelete
DRATS!!! Our mail is already here for the day and my APQ magazine is NOT in it!!! Can't wait! Will keep watching for it! Congratulations for being chosen to be featured in this great magazine.ReplyDelete
HUGS... and stitches
What an Honor! They know what we know, that you are amazing as a person and so very talented as a designer. Your hard work is evident in all the beautiful quilts that surround you in your home, and in our homes too. Can't wait to get the issue. Love the new line of fabric in this new quilt.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! I love Prairie at Heart and like your description of this beautiful quilt - powerful pizzazz and patchwork simplicty. Wow! What more can a girl ask for!! Hugs from Kentucky - kelleyReplyDelete
AWESOME!! Congratulations on this well deserved accomplishment. Can't wait for more!!!ReplyDelete
How exciting!!! Looking forward to reading the article!ReplyDelete
Oh Pam, congratulations to you. You certainly are an excellent quilter, and really deserve this honor. I will be ordering a copy of this magazine issue :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations,that`s an awesome news. So exciting for you!ReplyDelete
Hi Pam, I just bought mine. Congratulations! Regards from Brazil.ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Pam! A well deserved honor to be sure. I can't wait to get my copy!ReplyDelete
Thank you, everyone, for the very kind comments. Makes my heart sing and I feel humbled and blessed. We're all kindred spirits in our love of classic, traditional quilts, so I always feel surrounded by friends. You're all a blessing to me. PamReplyDelete
Congrats! LOVE that quilt!ReplyDelete
I LOVE touring the homes of well-known quilters - can't wait to read this issue. Congratulations!ReplyDelete
I was so excited when my magazine arrived and I saw the article -- it is well done and was so nice to get to know you a little better through the tour of your home and the displays of quilts and samplers. It was a great article on a very special designer -- thanks for sharing your talents with all of us. Congratulations!ReplyDelete
How wonderful to be featured! Prairie at Heart looks amazing - simple, yet stunning and detailed. You chose fabrics which match your design very well.ReplyDelete
I was thrilled to see your spread in my current issue of APQ, I am working on the prairie gathering b.o.m. The quilt shop I signed up with is not so good at supplying the correct amount of fabrics, though. I had errors the first month, then the last two months. I do get the rest of fabric sent to me, and have asked that the owner re check my order before being sent. I will go elsewhere next time. I will try to find a private email for you to tell you which shop this is.ReplyDelete
Jane, I would definitely like to know what shop you are having issues with. There should be a comfortable amount of extra fabric each month and you should never have any fabric issues like this. I designed the program so there wouldn't be this type of problem. You can email me Pam@HeartspunQuilts.comDelete
Thank you! Pam
I really enjoyed the article and reminded me of how much I enjoy your designs and fabrics:) thank you!ReplyDelete