Warm winter blessing workshop…today

I will let the photos speak for this lovely group of ladies…











And look….I even got some prizes…homemade honey from Susie’s hives….homemade soaps with cloves, mint and citrus along with those paper pieced ornaments from Janet… What did I do to deserve these treasures?!!!


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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!

41 thoughts on “Warm winter blessing workshop…today

  1. I’m jealous… I wish you would come to Western New York … I’d love to learn/practice with the expert!

    1. Carol – I second that!!! I’m south of Buffalo – how can we convince Lisa that western NY has a lot of Primitive Gatherings followers!

  2. Você é simplesmente maravilhosa,seus trabalhos são lindos e como se não bastasse você tem bom humor.DEUS TE ABENÇOE!!!!!

  3. What lovely work! Adorable snow people. How lucky they are to have you and each other. To produce beautiful things with one’s hands is pure joy. 😊

  4. Hey hey — I would love to join your group/class —-It`s the distance factor again
    Kelowna British Columbia Canada –is rather far away —
    I love your blogs Lisa — Keep on keeping on !!!

    1. She was with the Village Dry Goods Gals in Brigham City, UT. A great workshop, lots of fun! Lisa is a terrific teacher. We get her for two more days!!!!!

  5. What a fun day! I always said I would never do wool, but I’ve eaten those words and came home from this workshop with two kits, three more patterns and two more kits on order!
    What did you do to deserve the goodies–designed some of my favorite fabrics and patterns!!

  6. i am tryingto print srcrappy basket #5 and i can’t get it printed . Where can i go to get it printed on your blog or web site

  7. Very nice project. Why did you receive gifts, BECAUSE you deserve them. I would love to take a class with you.
    I can’t wait to see you at the Cincinnati show. Stay safe and well. Pat

  8. Oh, that looks like such fun. I’m going to make time tonight to stitch. And those goodies – I’m jealous.

  9. Looks like all the ladies are doing a wonderful job !!! Very jealous 🙂 And Lisa your little prizes look great !

  10. Can’t wait for the blocks to start showing up at my house so I can get started – what fun to be able to work on wool with a group that enjoys the same things you do. What a great time have Lisa for your teacher.

  11. Lisa, that was a very fun day for me. I have followed you for a long time and have wanted to take a class from you and learn your great methods. I love all your projects! I went home and got an older pattern of yours I have had for a while and started it. (Bud Garden I think). Thanks!

  12. Lisa, you got the gifts because you do a great job and the ladies wanted to show their appreciation. Enjoy.

  13. I so much wish I was there to stitch with you…it looks like fun! I LOVE snowmen so think I must get this pattern. Have fun!!

  14. What a fun pattern…wish I lived nearer to you…looks like a fun class, with fun people!

  15. This is a really cute pattern! That was super nice of the ladies to give gifts, it show how much they enjoyed the class.

  16. This pattern looked cute before, but now that I see it up close and the material used, it is absolutely adorable!

  17. Everyone loves your teaching style, and all your patterns are so easy to read, interpret, and stitch.
    When I took your class, there were 10 tables of ladies, yet you made each person feel so special, and you took the time to help each and everyone. This is why everyone loves your style. Thanks for sharing the photos. Snowman gatherings is sew sew cute!

  18. I loved the class I took from Lisa. She really knows how to teach. Her trunk show was one of the best I have ever been to. Great information and exquisite quilts.

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