I so wanted to go to this years Pigeon Forge Mountain Quilt Fest March 4-7th.…..but I will be staying home working on up coming books, wool boxes and quilts for my Spring Market fabric line…BUT…Primitive Gatherings will be there vending for the first time…and as I was looking for a logo for their show I came across the program…here is the PDF.
It looks like an awesome show…Jenny Doan will be there one night…it looks to have a lot of nice teachers…Buda, Sitar, McCarthy to name a few that I know personally…I would also have loved to meet one of our Veterans, Andrew Lee,who made the Iwo Jima quilt that helped him with PSTD from his service for our country…that is in the brochure as well..
And there looks to be a lot to do around the Pigeon Forge which is why I signed us up to do the show in the first place…I wanted a chance for Nick and I to go for a work get-away…but…that is not going to happen…maybe next year…but I think this show is one of those shows like…Road to California…or how Quilt Oddyssey was…those privately run shows seem to be a little more special and have a lot more going on…
So…if you are close to TN and Pigeon Forge…I think it would be a fun show to attend! Primitive Gatherings is only going to a few shows this year…(Road2 Cali, Pigeon Forge, Paducah & Houston) and this is one of them! I know we were not in Daytona and Virginia this past month…and trust me we would like to be at them all…but it is a business decision…and quilt shows are not what they once were for the vendor…The booth fees can be a little outrageous and with the travel all the way from WI, hotels and meals…it isn’t worth all the extra work…and trust me…it is a lot of work! So please go and enjoy your quilt shows that are in your area! So they do not go away!
California/ Teaching/ Wisconsin
I will also be at our store in California this month, March 23-25th teaching at the store on Tuesday and Wednesday…I would love to see you…bring your projects you need help on and I will bring a new project if you are interested in making something brand new. We love hanging out with old friends and we welcome new ones in as well!
If you are in Wisconsin this month we will be getting together March 17th…Bring your stitching and I make lunch and I will have a project for you to work on if you wish to learn something new! Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
She did her initials out of wool instead of stitching…
Kathy…She was in winter hibernation mode…aka…stay home and get it done!
I do not know the name of this one…Kathy maybe will let me know when/if she reads this and I will update it…
She also took some vintage linens and quilted them…then made them into pillows…how cool is this?
She also finished one of Lori Holt’s Christmas quilts…also if you do not know we do have a Lori Holt club at our California store…call them if you wish to join in!
Kathy finished quilting this quilt…it was a collaboration of Buttermilk Basin’s monthly applique blocks and my spool alternating blocks and border…We love this quilt!!! I know we have a pattern for the finishing for this quilt…the appliques are from Buttermilk Basin.
Judy is sharing her tote made with our Wisconsin fabric…
This was pretty cool…she is making a quilt out of her grand daughters drawing I believe…Kay is sharing a few quilts…this one is from a Jelly roll she won from me! Needle & Thread Gatherings…
I think she said this one was a Kim Diehl pattern…Marianne is showing off her wool box projects as well…Marianne’s moved and is building a new sewing studio…so her wool boxes have kept her busy while all her fabric is in storage!!!
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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