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March 10, 2010

Have you seen the latest Quilts and more issue? Chirp Chirp (that’s what they named it, our original name was twitter) is in that issue!  This simple layout with an ultra cute bird is the perfect baby quilt for that spring arrival.  We only have a couple of kits left on our website, so don’t wait. And don’t be fooled change the colors to blue and brown or blue’s and orange’s and make it for a boy. I would love to see that. I truly would love to re-do all of quilts in different color ways – I think it’s a curse and not to mention there just are not enough hours in the day!! That is why  we would LOVE to see what you do with our patterns.

For all those quilt shops reading this blog… I would like to tell you  that we have been picked up by a new distributor! United Notions & Fabrics as well as Brewers are carrying our patterns. We do also still wholesale our patterns.

So, what are we up to these days?  Still creating!! We will be releasing a few more elements this next month along with a new blueprint!  Then there are all the new spring releases coming your way at the end of May.  Myra and I are making our way to the Spring International Quilt Market in Minneapolis May long weekend and will be show casing all of our new stuff!

That’s all for now…


One Comment leave one →
  1. Diane Côté permalink
    April 5, 2010 7:19 pm

    I just came across your quilt pattern Chirp Chirp through some other blog. I just loved it. Even more so when I realized that you were fellow Canadians!
    As I navigated on your site, I recognized other favorite patterns as well. Keep on the good work!
    Diane Côté

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