OK so you all know that we got “Anne” With an E…..Our new Gammill. I named her Anne after Anne of green Gables because she is red..she was used ..so she was kind of like an orphan…and you all know how I ADORE AOGG!
Anyway..for the month of November Rob is going to be home more..since harvest should be over and he will be able to help with the Christmas load of quilts.
We don’t typically do “Special Pricing” because there is one of me…and I want to be able to meet deadlines…but this year Rob and Anne will be a team and help me out!
So if you have a few quilts you would like finished up we are going to offer a Penny a square inch for simple computer quilting ( the more elaborate designs might be a bit more)…we ran this special when we got the machine for Practice quilts and I think everyone was pretty happy with the results..even with our flubs and learning curves.
The only catch is that I will not be booking the jobs….they just need to be shipped the month of November…first come first served….and if I feel like we have too many to meet the Christmas deadline-> I will let you know. So it’s best to get them here as soon as you can to get in the que.
I am giving you plenty of notice for you to finish up some of those UFO’s and maybe send along some of those quilt tops you have been waiting to get quilted. It’s a great price…and it keeps our Anne working. Not to mention helps you with your Christmas load and helps us with ours. 🙂
I want to think you all for your continues support….:)
Kathy made this and it spoke to me because typically with a 9 Patch Pzazz quilt..you choose a busy background fabric and you make all of these blocks that blend in..in her version she chose a subtle background and it showcased great quilting designs.
She always does a nice job. I am not sure what the real names of these patterns are….but the blue fabric used in this first one is a very watery …or marbelized kind of texture. It’s very pretty and gives nice movement in the pattern. I wanted to break up the quilting and quilt 2 different designs in the 2 colors of fabric. So the blue got straight lines.
The beige got serpentine type designs following each strip. It created great texture.
Bette made this for a friend who is retiring…I am guessing he is going to spend his time fishing? hehe. I quilted ferns, water designs and outlined the panel designs to bring it all together.