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Friday, January 8, 2021

Under The Weather

 Hello, my quilt friends!

I have been under the weather most of the month of December....due to you-know-what.

Despite my best efforts not to catch Covid, my husband got it, and gave it to me.  Grrr!!! We are both very grateful to have had a relatively mild case.  Still, for weeks I had profound fatigue that has finally passed.  I am back to work, feeling great, and trying to catch up on things.  Glad it's over!

I have a bunch of new fabric color bank bundles in stock.

These pretty bundles are ready to ship today.

The thing I love about color bank bundles is you can boost those colors that may be a bit sparse in your stash.

I have many, many color bank bundles to choose from, and they make a great gift for yourself or a quilter friend.

This includes my favorite fabric category.....shirtings!!  Something I can't resist!

My new Block of the Month, ForeverMore, is just now beginning at many LQS!!  It's not too late to sign up to make this quilt.  Click here for a partial list of participating quilts shops.

Due to Covid, many, many fabric lines coming from overseas have been delayed.  This is happening to all fabric companies, and all fabric collections, including ForeverMore.

I'm happy to say that all of the fabrics are now in stock, at your LQS, and available at HeartspunQuilts.com.  Please patronize your LQS first!  We must support our LQS!!

If yours does not have ForeverMore in the shop, I now have all the prints available on bolts.....

Fat Quarter Bundles of the entire collection....

As well as 10 x 10 bundles!!  

Click here to see all of the ForeverMore prints.

Click here to see ForeverMore bundles.

I am preparing to receive my sample yardage for my next fabric collection, Primitive Traditions, very soon.  I've been writing patterns and getting things ready to sew six new projects!!  I can't wait to show it all to you!!  So exciting!

There are five more new fabric lines in production, and I'm making plans for new sew-alongs and Quilt Archaeology events!  Just trying to catch up from being away from work.  

Hoping you are all keeping your spirits up.  There's so much to be sad about when watching the news that I am so grateful to have my sewing, fabrics, and many quilting friends.  I retreat to my Happy Place as often as I can.  Hoping you are able to do the same.

Stay safe, be well.....and keep stitching!!  


  1. GRRRRR!!!! My husband came down with covid on (we think on New Year's Eve) He got the test done on Monday. Doctor said I have it too - they don't need to test me because I have all the symptoms. We are so glad we didn't have plans for NYE as we usually do and expose our friends. We have absolutely no energy. Not how we planned to start the New Year. Glad you are back on track! Your fabric is beautiful! HUGS... and stitches

  2. Story to hear that you had Covid glad that you are better now and back to work and playing with your fabrics.

  3. Oh Pam I'm so glad to read that you're okay... Hugs

  4. So glad you have recovered from the Coronavirus! Love the new fabrics as always!!

  5. So glad you are feeling better! What gorgeous fabrics you are showing today! How to not want to buy them all! :-) Looking forward to seeing your new fabric lines. K- lkw2x6-apq@yahoo.com

  6. So glad you are feeling better Pam ~ My happy Place is the best medicine I could ever have besides the company of my dear friends weather it be in person or just knowing we are all stitching and creating to our hearts content. I'm looking forward to seeing all your new lines, I just know that they will be wonderful!!

  7. Great to hear that you're healthy again, Pam. After not sewing on my Plantation Stars for maybe a year and a half, I'm back at it. I'm making my quilt one row wider, so that means 100 of those small 3.5 inch squares, and I chose to let them overwhelm me! But I've now chose better and now have 80 stars done and more to come today! I'll send pics as soon as I have the flimsy together.

  8. Oh, I am so glad you did not have serious complications, Pam! Sorry you had to deal with it at all, but good to know you came through it okay.
    Forever More is Gorgeous!
    Can't believe you can have that many fabric lines coming up. How do you keep it all in your head??

  9. I'm sorry to hear that you had Covid, but glad that you are now on the mend. Your new fabric bundles are gorgeous! I especially like the rose colored ones, the blacks and the shirtings. I am anxious to see what you have made with these. Stay well!

  10. Glad to hear you had a mild case and you are feeling better.

  11. Oh my Pam, I do not know how I missed this post except that December and January were a blurr to me. I am so sorry you contracted Covid, but I am thankful that it wasn't more serious. Stay safe and healthy!