Happy New Year…


Thank you all for reading and commenting on my blog I wish you all could win a prize!…               I appreciate you all and love that I am able to give away some wonderful prizes…                          Congratulations to the winners…all winners are randomly chosen.


All winners please contact this email to claim your prize…with your full name and address.

ahoefler@new.rr.com  This is Amy’s email…she takes care of getting you your prizes…please      contact her as soon as you can as she likes to get these sent out asap…

Day 2 Winner is….

Mary Hoeppner


Mary will win a large cone of Aurifil thread!


Day 3 Winner is….

Jan Scherbinski


Jan will won a bag of caramels and…a bunch of secret goodies!


Day 4 Winner is…



Janet won the large table lamp!!!


Day 5 Winners are…let us know if you would like a wool or fabric precut

Karla Pickhinke





she stated she loves “Indigo Gatherings”






Day 6 Winner is…no one won…not one comment left????


Day 7 Winner is…

Lisa Mikel



Lisa…You can shop on the site, write down the titles….pick your $200 worth of Primitive Gatherings patterns and email them to the above address…make sure they are designs under Primitive Gatherings Designs button…

Day 8 Winner is…

Judy Zei


You win the “ Create” tin and sheep project!





Day 9 Winner is…

Cathy C


Cathy…wins the small stitching templates and a stitching stool



Day 10 Winners are…





Angela & Peggy will win a Valdani Thread pack



Day 11 Winners are…

Kim Anderson





Joanne & Kim will win an Indigo Gathering pre-cut.


Day 12 Winners are…

Vicki Sprain


will receive a sheep pendant

Tana Riffel


“Maker” pendant



Thimble pendant


This the first time we did not sell a bunch of sewing machines…so I’m sorry here was no winner for the Juki…

Take care…and see you in 2020






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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!

28 thoughts on “Happy New Year…

  1. Congratulations to all the winners!! And thank you Lisa for your generosity! It was fun to read everyone’s comments everyday!

  2. Happy New Year to you and the wonderful Primitive Gatherings team and thank you for all of the generous give-aways. I couldn’t find a way to comment on the Day 6 post. I checked a few times to see if it had been corrected. That could be why there were no comments on that post.

    Here’s to a wonderful 2020!

  3. Lisa, the reason no one commented is because there was no way to comment. I tried and tried because both my sons are artists and it is people like us who put food on my boys’ tables. I also mentioned that I had recently purchased a Sarah Watts piece, The Seam Reaper, which I love! I sent a comment on a different day, to this effect. And a few hours ago I also purchase her kitties with attitude.

  4. I would like to officially respond to Day 6! I must have been caught up in my wool applique and totally forgot. Happiest of New Years everyone!! Make this your best year ever! 🥰

    Sent from my iPhone


  5. I don’t want you to think there was no interest or support for your Day 6 post about independent artists. There was no way for anyone to comment on the post. I’m a fan of Sarah Watts and have one of her prints in my sewing room–a beautiful picture of a pup at a window looking at a squirrel, with a sewing machine in the foreground. I think it’s important to spread the word and encourage purchasing from artists.

  6. Congrats to all the winners. Lisa, thank you for providing the opportunity. I am always excited when I get a notice from your blog post. Happy 2020!

  7. Thank you for this fun event, I look forward to it every year.
    I know on one of the days there wasn’t a place to comment. At least I could not find it.
    Happy New to you and all of Primitive Gatherings

  8. Happy New Year Lisa! Looking forward to another year of inspiration from you and the Primitive Gathering crew! Thank you so much for your work and attention to detail in putting together your book “Wool, Needle & Flannel “! It’s your favorite Christmas gift! I’ll be sure to have it by my side as I stitch. It IS like having you with me as my instructor! Love it!

  9. Hi Lisa,

    Congratulations to all the winners. What a fun way to begin 2020!! I don’t think that there was a post from Day 6, thus no comments. I just checked, and I received nothing for that day. hmmmmm ☹️ Oh well, next time.

    Have a marvelous 2020, Love what you do, JoyceO


  10. Congratulations to all the winners!! I love reading your new posts on your blog throughout the year! Thank you!

  11. Thank you Lisa for the patterns I won. I am so very excited to pick them out today! Wow, I am soo…. happy. You are so very generous. Bless you, your family and your business. I love your patterns, fabrics and all your products. Happy New Year!!!

  12. Congrats to all the winners!
    Thanks for doing this again Lisa, it was fun!
    Happy New Year to you and your family.

  13. I also tried to comment. Thank you for everything you do. I hope 2020 is an exciting and prosperous year. Can’t wait to come visit the shop.

  14. Happy New Year Lisa, Amy and all the Primitive Gatherings staff. Praying everyone has a healthy New Year!
    Love all the Primitive Gatherings items – can’t wait to start on my Farmhouse Flannels quilt.

  15. Thank you for all you do! I am so excited for Indigo Gatherings to reach stores. Have my blue and white quilt book and I’ll be ready to go. I always love following along with your needful things, this year I was tending a sick parent and struggled to keep up.

  16. Lisa, I love your blog. I didn’t see day 6. We were moving, and that got past me. I do shop small business, and local to boot. Found that post this morning, and gee, such cute stuff. I tried clicking on the link this morning, but it didn’t work. Lisa, keep up your wonderful work. I just feel happy when I see a new post.

  17. Thank you for another fun year of Needful Things.
    A lot of great things, but it’s harder to come up with extra money for the Needful Things when I’m spending the money on the wool boxes and I bought the Christmas Box.
    Regarding Day 6 and no comments, I don’t believe the blog message I received had a place to make comments.

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