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The Cottage Rose Pattern Originals

The Cottage Rose Pattern Originals
Deb Eggers Designer

Monday, November 17, 2014

Ugh! No heat

Went to bed last night with all kinds of plans for this morning. Unfortunately the blower for the furnace decided to malfunction last night. Woke up freezing this am. The furnace guy has come and gone and slowly heat is returning to the house. I did spend this am going through some more of the clutter we dropped from the shop move. Sooner or later the house and my sewing area will be back in order. I have been working on a new project "No Two Alike". 
A variety of shapes to make your own snowflake. My sisters were helping me play

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Holidays are coming

I am trying to straighten the house enough to display a little Holiday spirit. As I am plucking through everything we brought home from the shop I am finding items to throw together and decorate. This is one part I really miss about the store being able to display. 

Thursday, November 13, 2014


My husband has been working on updating the website. He is trying to get more of my patterns on there and a few kits. It is really taking shape. He tells me I have around 100 patterns now. Wow! I didn't  realize that I had done that many. I always tell people maybe around 50 - 60.
You will have to check it out
Here is another new one I took to Houston. "Bouquet" all made with wool. I really like this one.

Saturday, November 8, 2014


Ran out of kits for "#1Pine Tree Strip" kits at the Houston show. Shipping them out today to all the lucky purchasers. I don't know about you but I love getting packages in the mail. Even though I know what I ordered there is just so much anticipation as you open it up.
I know these quilters won't be disappointed.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Home from Houston

Back from the Houston Quilt Festival. I have never been to Houston and it was a fun experience. 
First we had to wait  5 hours in line to unload the vehicle. At least the sun was shining and it was about 85 degrees. Even standing in the shade I got sunburnt. We met some great people from all over the U.S. Waiting in that line.
Here was the booth at the show. We weren't able to pack much for displays, due to the fact that we took so much merchandise, but I was happy with how it all worked out.
Can't wait till the next show in Albuquerque in January.