Introducing….

It will come as no surprise to any of you, that over the last year or so, I’ve amassed quite a collection of quilts.

That’s the problem with quilting… it’s incredibly addicting, but you can only make so many quilts for yourself and the people around you. Dave and I are definitely above the normal quota of quilts, and I’ve made at least one quilt for almost everyone special in my life.

But I can’t stop making them. And they were starting to pile up…

So I’m happy to announce the official opening of….

Bearbottom Quilts!

Naturally, it’s named after our favourite fluffbutt and diligent snoopervisor, Lord Burton Bearbottom.

The stock will mainly be small quilts (baby, children, and lap quilts), but if you are in need of one, I hope you’ll stop by for a browse and maybe a purchase.

I really need to move some out so I can make more and more and more!

10 thoughts on “Introducing….

  1. Araignee

    That is the exact problem I have run into only mine are all Daddio and Me productions so I can’t part with them. I also have a giant pile of my great grandma’s quilts here too. The Mister is threatening to leave if I make any more and try to jam them in the closet. You can barely close the door now. That’s why I started making soap. I had no problem giving it all away. Everyone wants soap-quilts, not so much. My family has way too many quilters in it. Sigh….
    Good luck with your endeavor. It sounds like a good solution to a common problem.

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  2. Congratulations! That’s exactly why I make Quilts of Valor. I can enjoy making the quilts but they don’t stay in my home. The veterans are honored and my desire to quilt is satisfied a win-win.

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