Heavens! That wasn't supposed to publish - just "save".
I'm so very good with computers that I must have hit the wrong button :).
Anyway, with all the snow we've been having, I decided to make a Snow Guy Pillow for my chair.
And then I decided to take him up to my new booth at the Iron Horse - a Primitives shop in Cameron.
He's not for sale but some kits are there as well as on the website.
So now when you're in the Cameron area and want to see my quilts and patterns, you can visit Crossroads Quilt Shop and the Iron Horse too. And of course, there's also Missouri Star right down the road in Hamilton.
My daughter Kelly lives across the street from the Iron Horse and had seen a booth with some of my older books in it which had sold. So we decided to put a few things in a booth - when we get down to one or two - not enough to do a mailing on.
And then I started to make little things out of the Tutorial blocks and The Snow Guy Pillow was born.
I like him.
I also decided to carry just a few copies of Simply Vintage as well as Primitive Projects.
I've heard people saying they were hard to find and both are really great magazines for Folk Art and Primitive enthusiasts.
I've already sold out of both so I guess I will order more from now on. :)
Well, it's Girl Gang here tonight, I'm making a pineapple upside down cake, working on next year's Mystery Quilt, "Fall Festival", as well as my Front Porch project for the blog Hop in February, dealing with snow and keeping chickens and barn cats warm.
Keeps me pretty busy.
Keep quilting ladies, it keeps us sane. Mostly :)