Friday, November 30, 2012

Utah locals: come to Moonlight Madness

Detail from Kitchy Christmas Quilt
Locals (Utah):

Tonight I'll be at American Quilting's Christmas Moonlight Madness Open House showing some of my quilts, selling some of my patterns, and signing copies of Sweet Celebrations.

American Quilting will be having prizes, demos, giveaways and big sales.

It goes from 7:00-10:00 pm.

American Quilting is located at 484 West 800 North in Orem, Utah.

If you come, please come say hi!


Here's how my stuff looked that night. It was kind of fun to step back and see it all smooshed together! Thanks to those who came and said hi!


  1. wish I was local enough to come! have a great night :)

  2. Oh man, I am wishing this was next weekend. I would totally skip out on the extended family party I am supposed to be at that night and come see you!! Have fun!!

  3. Love it! I just might have to go purchase that die, I have the cutter.

  4. Sounds fun but I'm too far north in Utah!

  5. Bummer- I saw this too late. :( Love your quilts and would have loved to visit with you again. Hope it was wonderfully successful!

  6. Sounds like a fun time, but I'm states away! Happy sewing!! xx Holly

  7. You know....that Kitchy quilt design might be a great one for the Christmas fabrics I got from you and the others I've been collecting. I love all the different colors of green you have in there!

  8. I SO love that quilt. Such an awesome collection of Christmas reds!

  9. I totally forgot how much I love that quilt. It is so so SO cute. The green sets off everything perfectly and I love how there are several shades. Fawning over it.

  10. Hi, what size isosceles triangle die did you use for your kitschy Christmas quilt? I am in love with it! I am going to order Dear Mr. Claus by Cosmo Cricket so I can make one!

  11. Too bad I just read this today :)


Thank you so much for your comments - they make my day! I try to respond to as many as my 'mommy' time allows, but life sometimes gets in the way. Please know how much I appreciate each of them.

I apologize for the current comment settings that require a registered user account. They are the only way that I don't get tons of gross spam. I'm hoping Blogger will make a way where people who are not registered users, but would like to leave a comment can do so. Please, Blogger! In the mean time, thanks for your patience.

I also love to respond to questions. If you are a no-reply blogger, please leave an email address so I can get back to you. Or you can email me directly: amy @ Thanks!