Jo Showing Prim Ports at Schoolhouse: YouTube!

What a delight it was to wake up this morning to find out about the Andover Schoolhouse videos on YouTube and that they include Jo showing my three Primitive Portraits partway (about midway) through this one:

Oh, Jo! :-)

I added kit versions for four of my patterns this morning; all four of the kit versions include the face for the figure in the pattern hand-drawn by me on enough fabric to complete the head and whatever body sections are visible :-).

Album Quilt 1870 includes a nine-block panel section from Jo's fabric From Lucinda's Window and the single block that the little girl is holding in its hoop (blocks will probably vary from cover photo).

Berks County 1850 includes the hand-drawn face, skin fabric, and organdy for the apron.

I have two new patterns that have silk matka as the central background for the applique picture; these patterns include the hand-drawn face/skin fabric and the section of silk matka, prewashed. See pictures on sidebar at right of these four patterns, plus they are on the website.

One of my apple trees on this wonderfully rainy morning; it could be rainy like this 24/7 in Georgia if I may put in my order for that :-):


Julie-Ann said...

OMG - Karen - this is so awesome! You must be bursting with pride at how great your patterns look!

Brenda said...

Hi Karen,

I already have your pattern for Berks County. Would I be able to buy just the hand drawn face etc you are offering as part of the kit.

Quiltbirdie said...

Thanks for sharing the links. I watched every minute!

YankeeQuilter said...

Congratulations Karen that is such and awesome video! I have all the fabrics pulled to make the Berks County...let you know how it turns out!

Karen said...

I found the part in the video where your quilts are being shown. Hope this brought you lots of business!