The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Monday, April 22, 2013

My Wool Mat in the Prim Magazine

 A peek of my wool mat in the Summer issue of the Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine.  Wool applique on a white wool background.  Some of the applique is stitched and some are couched using strips of wool.  You'll need the mag to see.
Lots of wonderful projects, I especially like a wool wallhanging called Autumn All Around by Tonee White. 
I have an extra copy of this issue, be a follower and leave me a comment that you would like to win and I will pick a winner in the next few days.


  1. So exciting. I would love to have a copy! Thanks. Donna

  2. oooh, I'd love to win! :)

  3. I love this mat! Wonderful design! I think that I may have let my subscription lapse, so I would love to win a copy!
    Blessings, Patti

  4. I really love the wool mat and it is one I will definitely be doing!

  5. Nacny your mat is wonderful...I'm loving neutrals more and more...would love to win a copy of this issue!

    Have to tell you my Mom keeps thinking about how much fun it must have been for you to open package full of Jan Patek goodies from one of your followers...she hasn't felt like stitching for a while but loves hearing about what my online friends are doing...

  6. I have seen some rugs and thought of making them into quilts, but you really have a way with interpreting antique designs into something new and original. I have a copy, so my entry is for a friend;)


  7. Congratulations! Your wool mat is beautiful. I'm a follower (your newest, at this moment) and would love to win a copy of the magazine. Thanks for offering.

  8. I have never seen this mag,would love to have it,I am a follower,phyllis

  9. I saw your wool piece today and it's beautiful. I have a copy of the magazine, but would love to win a copy from you for a surprize gift for a friend on Mother's Day.

  10. Congrat's on being published.. YAHOO. and I would love to win a copy of the magazine.

  11. I really need to subscribe as I have purchased the last two issues and love them. I would love to win a copy. Isn't wool just delicious?

  12. Congratulations Nancy on, once again :), having your work chosen to appear in this great magazine!! Love your piece, need this issue, I do know how to pull wool (I even have the tool ;)
    So, standing up on tip-toes, hand stretched up straight over my head, with the itsey-bitsey wave~shake going on, mouth doing the "owowow"....
    ;P Jackie in NC

  13. Love your prim wool mat! Congratulations on getting into the magazine which I know is not easy. A friend of mine is getting her work into one of the 2014 it quite the honor...look forward to more of your work in the magazine.

  14. Congratulations! How wonderful to have a published project. If I don't win your give-away I must try and find it over here in The Netherlands. Yes, I am a follower.

  15. Leaving you a note here to simply say that your design in this mag is gorgeous! I hope to stitch it up soon!

    Please do not enter my name in the giveaway... I have a subscription to Primitive Quilts magazine and it is the BEST!

  16. Your collection of neutral wools is so wonderful and you made a gorgeous table mat from them. It's obvious to me that I need to concentrate on finding more neutrals for my wool stash. (smile) I, too, subscribe to Primitive Quilts so do not need to be entered in the drawing.

  17. It's lovely! I dropped my subscription so I'd love to win a copy.

  18. I received my magazine the other day and LOVE your wool mat :) I too like Autumn all fact, it might just be my new project :) No need to enter me in the drawing ;-)

  19. What fun to have your project published! I'm not surprised since you make such wonderful stuff!

  20. Hi Nancy
    Must be so exciting to see your design in a quilt magazine.
    Would love to win a copy of the Prim magazine, never seen the magazine here.

  21. It looks wonderful, I love anything on white wool.


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