Drivin to Des moines

It’s pretty ugly out here right now…on our way to the quilt show!

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I live in Butte Des Morts, WI, Married to Nick, with 3 sons, Lance (forever 29) , Luke 30 and Jake 29 I am a quilter, rugger, gardener and I also love to cook when I get the chance...

23 thoughts on “Drivin to Des moines

  1. I am really looking forward to seeing your booth at this show. It’s my first time going and I’m looking forward to it. See ya there.

  2. Hi Lisa,
    We drove through some hail and torrential rain on our way home from The Gathering…travel safe!

  3. Opps, I don’t think my comment posted. Love Primative Gatherings. So fortunate to be in Des Moines and get to fondle their wool, thread and fabric:)

  4. Lisa…
    Love the little thread catcher, it is SO cute! I love your new fabric line too. Looking forward to the Christmas blog this year. You guys will be doing it, right?

  5. OOOHHHH ! I LOVE your fabric and the little fabric catcher looks so cute, think I’ll make one this afternoon.
    Today is my birthday so maybe this is my Lucky day. Thanks for a chance to win.

  6. Lisa,
    So glad that Moda has done this country fair. There were so many designers that I had never known and it has been great. The little thread catcher is a really cute pattern. Thanks forthe recipe!


  7. Hi Lisa, I drive the pet store where you got your beautiful boys in Temecula. I want to take a class with you the next time you visit. Eileen

  8. Oh that thread catcher is just too dang cute to use just for bits of thread! I have images of placing one by each plate on my holiday table with a clementine inside! Oh if only I had just a few more hours in my day … Thanks for the adorable pattern.

  9. I was never interested in primitive quilts and wool until I saw your quilt you made out of wool from your flower garden. I had to have it and am still working on it. I had never used wool before – what a nice surprise! I love working with wool and you gave me the inspiration to start 🙂 Thank you!

  10. The puppies are so cute! I keep all of my threads for the birds to use in their nests, so I will make a use your thread catcher. I hope to win some of your fabric/wool.
    Thank you! See you again in Cincinnati next year.

  11. Is there a pattern for the thread catcher. Great little gift to make for our christmas guild members party. Thanks
    for letting me know where to get thread catcher pattern!!

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