Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Spring Cleaning and Lilac Hill quilts ready for Trunk Shows

We actually were Spring Cleaning in the office and came on a tub with Mary's Basket in it. I couldn't remember seeing it in the store. On checking, lo and behold, it wasn't in the store. It's a lot harder to sell kits if they're not listed. So we're having a special on it this week. Such fun spring colors.

And speaking of spring colors, the Lilac Hill quilts all got labels and went off on trunks shows.
That was a really fun line.
And speaking of new lines, back to work. Have a good week ladies. Keep quilting


  1. Love the quilt, perfect for spring.


  2. the Lilac quilts are so pretty!

  3. I've just finished a quilt top using your Lilac Hill line... not only are the colors and prints beautiful, the fabric was a dream to work with. There is a photo on Flickr if you'd like to see the quilt top:

  4. Really neat quilt top. Go see it if you can.

  5. Jan, I just found your blog over at Deb Strain's.
    Deb is a good friend and a wonderful designer and artist, isn't she! A very special lady.

    And you and your pal, Barbara, are two of my favorite quilt designers. I finished the one with the gourds a couple of years ago and it is probably my favorite of all I've made. The gals at Needles Quilt Shop in Wellsboro, PA had it finished and hanging in their shop and I knew right away I had to have the pattern. I purchased it and got to it right away. In fact, I think you know those ladies, Katie and Mary? They speak highly of you both.

    Keep up the great designing!
    Hugs, Diane

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