Have you seen it? Have you read it? It’s new and fresh and I think it’s really fun! So I recommend you check it out. Currently in Oregon it’s only sold at two places: Greenbaum’s in Salem and Stitchin Post in Sisters. But you can buy it online directly from Generation Q (tell Scott I sent you!).
And now Generation Q magazine has put out a survey for you to fill out if you are interested. They have a unique and fun way of asking questions, so I think it’s a fun one to fill out. And there is a possibility (OK, slim, but there none the less) that you could win something. Check it out here. And good luck!
Dana T. did the Block of the Month program last year at Piece by Piece Fabrics in Eugene and her quilt turned out great! The fabrics and patterns are so soothing and spring-like! I did some custom quilting work on it in places; changing up the texture from the overall feather design to a slightly tighter pattern to make it the feathers pop. But basically I tried to keep it simple and within budget (sort of missed the mark there!), but it turned out great! One color thread, lots of fun texture.
Rumor has it that the Country Bumpkin Quilt Shop is going to be having an open house on March 16-17. Jeanette is a fabulous lady, so if you get the chance, head on out to her store and see what’s new. She just moved in early January to her new location at 1980-A Echo Hollow Road in Eugene and has set up her new shop in a much larger location. So head on out there and check it out!