I wanted to share a few quilty things I’ve been up to this Fall. 🙂 I went antiquing last weekend and came across the perfect, vintage wooden frame for my La Conner mini quilt! This quilt was made by Alli of Woodberry Way using La Conner fabrics. You can find the pattern called Sweet Marie from Alli’s shop, right HERE. I have plans to hang this in my dining room.
Now for some shop news for my sad and neglected shop…lol. I will be posting some La Conner bundles and scissors on my blog shop shortly, including signed copies of both of my books. I just need to get the shipping squared away.
La Conner scissors – they match the fabric! <3
We’ve been having a lovely Autumn here in Seattle and every nice weekend it’s been a corn mazin’, cider drinkin’, pumpkin patchin’ kinda day. I live for days like this!
When I was treasure hunting last weekend I also brought home this vintage quilt (shown behind those lovely dahlias, below). I saw this quilt about a month ago and contemplated getting it. At the time I decided against it, but it always stayed close to my heart. When I saw it was still available, I knew it was meant to be!
Some other fun news…! On Monday at 1:00 pm Pacific (4:00 pm Eastern, 3:00 pm Central, 2:00 pm Mountain) I will be interviewed on the American Patchwork and Quilting podcast hosted by Pat Sloan, the voice of quilting! 🙂
Update: Please visit the website link below to listen to my interview, episode #357:
I will be talking about my latest book, Quilt As-You-Go Made Vintage, as well as my fabric.
Speaking of my book (which you can read more about here), I thought this would be a good opportunity for a book giveaway!
Update: This giveaway has ended and winners notified. Thank you!
I will be giving away 3 copies of my book. To enter, click HERE.
I will contact the 3 winners on Nov. 12th. Good luck!
Some other fun stuff…a couple weeks ago I hosted a QAYG workshop for the Seattle Modern Quilt Guild! I truly had so much fun and had a wonderful bunch of people in my class. I loved meeting each and every one of them!
Everyone left with a FINISHED quilt as you go pin cushion, a pair of scissors and pins! 🙂
Didn’t their cushions turn out great?!
Anyway, that’s all for now. I hope you all have a wonderful November ahead!
No better way to end this post than a corgi on a quilt. 😉 Hello from Paige!