I want to “thank” all the girls from Primitive Gatherings, who brought in quilts/runners and shared their talents with all of us…I appreciate all of what you do for me and this business. Each of them has something different to offer and I cannot tell you, (my customers) how hard they all work to help me make this all happen. They work until the work is done…we try our best at everything we do. I hope is shows…
Here is Part 1 of the Primitive Gatherings Girls Bed Turning which was shown at our Christmas Open House on Saturday! I will post the second half tomorrow…so come back when you have time…to view that one too…it is the Coffee Table Turning ( lol…cute hey…)and any big quilts that I missed today…
Now here is the thing…I have given descriptions of these quilts to the best of my knowledge…some are not patterns…some are original creations…one I didn’t remember who made it…forgive me???
If you click on the images, they should enlarge…
We started shipping today..we got 150 orders out from the Open House…we had over 1200 online orders…we made 1000 pincushion kits…we need to make 700 more…to make up for the extras people ordered and for the people who came in person…so we are very busy again…we have more help this year, but we got twice as many orders!!! We have great problems!!! Thanks to all for a wonderful Open House…and we appreciate your patience as we get all of these packages out and extra kits made and everything we ran out of on order…Thanks again!…LB
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!
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15 thoughts on “Part 1 Christmas Bed/Coffee table turning…”
Thank you! Almost as good as going to a quilt show. You’re one fortunate gal with all those wonderful Christmas quilts that were made just for you! You obviously have a super staff. Thank you all!
What a great quilt turning. Looking forward to the next installment.
Much talent and such beautiful quilts. Thank you for sharing – makes me want to be creative!
Fabulous quiilts.Congrats to all the ladies!
Wow, what a great show! Especially love the quilts that you’ve received from the PG girls. Can’t wait to see what 2012s will be.
lisa, i love and appreciate all that you do. I have done a lot of your designs and every one loves them. Keep up the good work and Merry Christmas and congratulations on the up coming wedding. My first Grandchild just got married in Nov. Thanks again. I have almost finished My Favorite Things!!! Betty Forester from Ga.
Maker of the Mystery Quilt was me. Mystery solved. 😉
I would love to know where to find the Buggy Barn Design by Jeanine. All of the quilts are wonderful but this one is “speaking” to me and I must make it …… If anyone can help, please contact me. Thank you…….
The heart or the star one?
Very Impressive! Thank you for sharing. Love the quilts from the PG women to you, such talent!
PG and all the staff continue to dazzle me! Kudos and thanks to you all.
I received my online order for the open house today !!! Love the kit, love the pin cushion kits and the free patterns. What fun to be able to be included in on this open house sitting at home in Michigan !!! Julie
So many beautiful quilts – makes me want to get busy sewing new thing instead of finishing my Christmas gifts – There will be time – RIGHT!!!
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