Thursday, August 14, 2008

Beth Logan's At the Lake...A New Quilt Pattern

Well, I am happy to say that our fellow Henry Glass customers are super creative and innovative. This very sweet lady, Kathy Burchill from North Dakota has designed her very own pattern and quilt using Beth Logan's fabric At the Lake. Kathy goes to her own local quilt store, Quilted Ceiling in Valley City, ND. She also teaches kids classes (with the help of her sister Linda Carico and Krista Sorensen) and some adult classes as well.

Her new quilt design is called Perry's Campfire and was designed especially for her husband who she said..."can't wait until he can take it camping".

She also says...If some do not want to go through all the applique, I included the directions with exchanging the applique panel for 2 more rows of blocks. Please email Kathy directly if you would like the directions! kathyburchill@yahoo.com

If you are a creative quilter and would like to use any of our HG lines to create your own Quilt we would be more than happy to put it on our blog for other quilters to see and use! Email me at jillgerstenblatt@aol.com with your information and images of your personalized Quilt!

26 comments:

Vickie E said...

I just found this blog through Anne at Bunnyhill. What a great way to keep customers involved in the newest fabric lines released!Thanks.

Suzy said...

Hi there! I found your wonderful blog through Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs. I think it's great that you have a blog to keep your customers up-to-date on your latest happenings. I wish more companies would follow your lead. Kudos to you. I've marked your site as a favorite so I can keep up with future stuff! Thanks! :o)

Library Gal Quilts said...

Hello Henry Glass Fabrics! This past spring, I visited the Cooper Hewitt Museum in NYC where I saw beautiful hand painted fabric paintings from early Henry Glass designs. The curator happened to be giving a private chat with a lady, and I happened to mention that I knew that Henry Glass was still in production. "How do you know that" she asked suspiciously...Well, I replied, I am a quilter! Just thought you'd like to know! You design lovely fabric and the quality would make the founders proud! Pam in Chico

MAQuilts said...

Thanks to Anne at Bunnyhill for pointing the way to another wonderful blog! I will be a frequent visitor for sure!!!

miniaturequilter said...

Found you from Bunny Hill too! Like the idea of no applique!

Pat said...

How great is this. I love the idea of a fabric company having a blog to keep us updated.

Catherine said...

I'm another who found my way from Bunny Hill. I think it's great that a fabric manufacturer has a blog to update us on what's coming!

Vicky said...

I'm sure glad Anne told us about the blog, because I had no idea! What lovely things! Will be back often!

Miss Jean said...

Thanks for staring your blog and good luck for it's success. Anne @ Bunny Hill sent me (and lots of other bloggers) over to welcome you to the community!

debbiejune said...

What wonderful fabrics! I'm so glad you have a blog. It links you to the quilters out there who love to love quilts. I'll be back.

Pat said...

Good luck with your new blog. I found you through Bunny Hill. Love Anne's fabric!

Pat said...

Good luck with your new blog. I found you through Bunny Hill. Love Anne's fabric!

Meghan Hein said...

Thanks Anne for sending us on the scavenger hunt...lots of fun. Love your fabrics, love that there is a site to share ALL of the new things to come. Just what I need....more temptation (G)!!! XXX Meghan

mariel said...

Hi! I found out about your blog on Bunny Hill. It's great to know where we can find your fabrics and see what is happening with them. GOOD LUCK with your blog.

Linda said...

Another Bunny Hill reader popping in to see what's happening at Henry Glass, will be back for sure.

Daisy Jayne said...

Congrats to all associated in creating the blog great idea I wish more business places would follow you.

Jane said...

interesting use of themed fabrics.
Anne sent me here but it is unusual that I did not find my own way.
Yours was one of the first major brands I learnt to recognize and one of your early tone on tones in Jewel colors is in a few color crates in my stash.

It is enough said...

I took the Bunny Hill challenge of a scavenger hunt and visited your blog, and then your website. Your 1930s reproduction line "Posies" reminded me of my Grandma's dresses or aprons, or even the quilts she hand-patched when the dresses or aprons were worn out!

Patricia said...

I am here also thanks to Bunny Hill. I love Kathy's "Perry's Campsite" and I appreciate everyone's inspiration and friendship through the internet and blogs.

Linda said...

I was just at Anne's (Bunny Hill Designs) and thought I'd check out this wonderful blog site.
Great job!

Peddlecar Quilts said...

Hey, this takes me back to Campfire Girls when I was a kid! Cute scene at the top, oh the memories! Anne told me about you, will check more often!
Diane

Denise S. said...

Congratulations on your new blog, I found out about this from Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs.

Becky said...

Found this from Anne at Bunny Hill Designs - beautiful fabrics!!

annemarie said...

Great fabric - love it. Thank you Anne Sutton.

Sipiweske Quilts said...

Anne is sending lots and lots of people your way! I'm loving some of the new designers that have been added to your lineup (and the existing ones of course!). I'll be watching for more and more Henry Glass fabrics.

Sherryl said...

I love to read company blogs, keeps me up-to-date. I love your fabric!