6/27/2009

Kits at Ye Olde Schoolhouse


Recently, Ye Olde Schoolhouse (in a historic building in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, once used as a school) put a selection of my patterns in their shop. I heard from Julie-Ann that she purchased the Silhouette Primitive Portrait pattern (click on her name to see her portrait so far) and that Ye Olde has kitted the patterns!

11 comments:

Lori said...

How exciting! And Julie is doing a great job on the portrait.

MARCIE said...

Oh lovely! Nice job Julie, and what a great looking shop! Your pattens are perfect there!

Jeanne said...

Good to know. This is near my DD home in Wisconsin, so next visit....

Sue said...

Thank you for letting us know! That's exciting and I am checking out their site right now! Wisconsin isn't too far from me so it might make for a great drive one day! How cool that this shop is in an old schoolhouse!

Kathie said...

congrats thats so exciting
wish I could visit this shop it looks like my kind of quilt shop!
Kathie

Screen Door said...

How cool to have someone purchase your patterns. I'm in the U.P. --- Wisonsin is not that far away. It's one thing to quilt... It's a completely another to share your gift with someone else.....

christine said...

Lucky me...this little shop is just a short drive from me. Moving to Wisconsin has it's perks after all.

I'm hoping to make it over this week and hope to see your kits.

Julie-Ann said...

Oh - Jeanie is going to love this! Maybe she will finally update her website! LOL

Seriously, Ye Olde Schoolhouse is a great store and the women who work there are wonderful and so much fun. I am always trying to talk them into holding even more classes as I love to go out there. It is about a 25 minute drive north of Milwaukee. As I said, my family homestead (going back to c. 1850) is right down the road and I know some of my great-grandparens attended that school as children.

I'm almost done blanet stitching the little lady to the back, the on to the curtain! I decided to use the fabric Jeanie provided.

KC Quilter said...

That is SO exciting! Keep up the great work.

A Quilter Awakens said...

I am so glad my friend told me about your blog! I love, love tulip farm, and look forward to perusing your other blog posts.
Karmen

Quilts And Pieces said...

I"ve always wanted to go find that shop. I may just have to take a day and go looking for it. It is only about 2 hours from my house. (Maybe less).