WIP Wednesday: The Force is With Me

I have been making a conscious effort to practice what I preach and PAM some things in the sewing room.  As Lynn and I hurtle towards our pattern launch on July 16 (at Red Hen Fabrics at Marietta, GA – come by or visit The Stitch website to check them out), we’re also doing legitimate things like register for EIN numbers and other small business things. One note about that:

TweetIt’s delightful, is what I’m saying.

But in between business things, I’ve been making progress on quilts! Here is my Bonnie Hunter quilt under the needle, complete with Star Wars fabric on the border.

I put the finishing stitches on the binding for the quilt last night, and moved on to making a class sample Aeroplane bag, since I’m teaching a workshop (!!!!) on it at Red Hen as well. on July 23rd.  More details to come if you’re interested in signing up – we’re working out class times and supply lists and it should be up on their calendar this weekend, I think.  I should wrap up my Aeroplane bag tonight, and then move on to a final sample for one of our 3 patterns being launched. Whew.

6 Replies to “WIP Wednesday: The Force is With Me”

  1. Oh, Pam! I’m sorry about the nervous gas, but I’m so impressed that you are still sewing away while starting a business and creating patterns. You go, girl!

  2. Congratulations on all the awesomeness coming your way! You have worked so hard to get here, and I wish the you all the best in launching your not-tax-free-nor-gas-free-but-full-of-wonderfulness pattern line, and in teaching a bag class. You are Master of the Bags!

  3. Happy to see you are teaching the Airplane Bag at Red Hen. If I were in the area I would be there. Like the Star Wars border on you Bonnie Hunter quilt. Congratulations on the pattern venture. It has been a busy time for you and Lynn.

  4. I can’t remember if you have taught a class before, but are you making step outs or just a full bag? I go back and forth when I teach sampler classes. It is helpful for some students to see the steps, but also a pain to store and move partially finished pieces around.

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