We are vending at two events this weekend. I’ll be at the Little Drummer Craft Fair in Turners Falls MA and Neil will be at the Ashland Holiday Fair. We’ve been busy working in the studio together – and it’s been so much fun. We hope to see you out this weekend and to share with you what we’ve been creating. There are many new potholders, wool dyer balls, and felting kits.
I just finished this quilt. It’s a machine pieced quilt made with cotton fabric and batting. At the moment it looks lovely hanging on the wall in my mothers dining room. Soon I’ll be taking it to the Salmon Falls Gallery.
Our studio will be open the weekend of November 8th and 9th from 10-5. The floors will be swept, our beautiful products on display, quilts hanging on the wall and a warm fire in the stove. Come visit us and the many other artist who will open their doors during this self-guided driving tour of Colrain. Visit the web site at www.craftsofcolrain.com or visit Pine Hill Orchards to pick up a driving map.
The Henny Penny Quilt Pattern is here and now available for sale. It’s only $10 plus shipping. I’m going to be working on streamlining the web site for placing orders online. But for now if your interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This pattern uses the Ruth B. McDowell method of freezer paper. It’s easy to sew making it great for beginners. The challenge and the fun is in choosing your fabrics.