Well, finally a moment to blog….we are doing well here in soggy KY. Lots of things are moved around but luckily we have not been affected by any of that…we are seeing lots of return customers and meeting many new ones…we had 10 day old Corbin visit us with his Mama yesterday… Isn’t he beautiful….we are starting to sell out of things at the booths so if you have not made it to us, come early today…yesterday was very busy!
I am blogging for the first time on this iPad so I hope it all goes and I am not wasting my time only to not have this post not work so it will be short…it took me an hour to figure out how to upload from my camera…so I am going to send this now…talk to you later







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I live on a lake in beautiful Butte Des Morts, WI. I have three sons: Lance (forever 29), Luke 33, Jake 32, and two grand-babies, Little Man and O-Bug. I've been married to the love of my life Nick, since 1998 when we started our crazy adventure together! I am a quilter, rugger, and gardener. I also love to cook when I get the chance. Thanks for visiting and supporting Primitive Gathering Quilt Shop where I try to bring you the best Moda fabrics and wool projects anywhere!

13 thoughts on “Paducah

  1. I hope you would consider coming to a show on the east coast sometime. I’d love to see your booth and buy from you in person!

  2. I agree, we need more prim shows in the east.
    Love the photos and the booth looks wonderful.
    I always used a snuggy pack, front type to start and back when they got heavier.


  3. I love the booth. I am also on the east coast, my local quilts shops do not have a lot of what you have. Ofcourse I really like what you have. 🙂

  4. Love your booth Lisa. Wish I was there to shop. I am looking forward to November when o have a trip to the Gathering planned. Can’t wait to see your store.

  5. You did great! Wonderful pictures and just wish I was there. You do need to come East sometime.

  6. Lucky you…… We ate at Patti’s in 2000 and we can still remember the pork chops…Another reason to go to Paducha. Stay safe from all the storms and floods…

  7. Lisa,
    Enjoyed meeting you at your booth in Paducah! Just wanted to let
    you know that I am so glad I purchased the Summer Gatherings Timeless Rose kit.
    Can’t wait to start stitching. Love your wool!

  8. That hour learning curve of how to upload photos from the Ipad was worth it…keep the messages coming….well done!

  9. Loved your booth in Paducah! I wanted one of everything! Had fun meeting you, and I loved my Summer Gatherings quilt!!

  10. I was thrilled to meet you at the Paducah show and spend time (and money) in your booth. During the bus ride home, several of us remarked how much we loved your display and kits. I bought two kits and hope to buy more once I complete these. Thank you for creating all those bundles of beautiful fabrics and designs. (Three of us ladies also indulged in fabulous chocolate and coconut meringue pies; that was one of my other highlights of the trip.)

  11. Enjoyed meeting you in Paducah. Thanks for the help picking out thread for my first wool kit. Can’t wait to get started!

  12. Can you please tell me the name of the quilt on the first photo. The quilt on the left with that garden theme. I realy love that one but I don’t know how the pattern is called.

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