More Quilts for Sale!

Hi Everyone!

Thank you so much for the kind comments and emails about my husband.  It is a long mental recovery and since I started quilting again, I'm starting to feel SO much better! 

I have more quilts for sale, here we go:
"Star Search" as seen in American Patchwork & Quilting, June, 2012 issue.  $350.00 plus shipping.  Quilted by the ultra talented LeAnne Olson.  51 1/2" x 63 1/2".  Fabric line used:  Memories of Provence by Monique Dillard with Maywood Studio (my second line of fabric.)  Signed magazine Included. 
"Linked Together" as seen in American Patchwork & Quilting, August, 2010 issue.  $350.00 plus shipping.  Quilted by my good friend and awesome quilter, Sue Glorch.  61" x 61".  Signed magazine included. 
"Reflections" as seen in American Patchwork & Quilting, 2011 Calendar, month of June.  $350.00 plus shipping.  Quilted by LeAnne Olson.  60" x 68 1/2"  Signed Instructions and Patterns booklet included. 

A refresher on how to purchase the quilts:
I will blog about the quilts that I want to sell and if you are interested in purchasing one, contact me by email and we can discuss it.  This will be on a first come, first serve basis.  Once everything is set, I will send you an invoice either through the mail or through PayPal, whichever way you prefer.  I will need to charge shipping and depending where you live, it will change.  I will get you a quote on how much shipping will cost, making sure that it is insured correctly.  Another thing that I am going to offer is a personalized label for you.  We can also discuss this when we make contact.  I can sign the label and make it out to whomever you would like.  One more thing, if I have an extra copy of the magazine, book or pattern that the quilt is published in, I will send a signed copy.  

Thanks for stopping by.  

Comments

Bri Loftis said…
Monique, I am so sorry to hear of your loss! I know you've been thru a long and arduous ordeal. I'm praying that God will heal, restore and strengthen you. Please feel free to contact me if you ever need to talk and remember how important it is to have a support group behind you!
kshackabq said…
Oh dear, Monique. I haven't been to your blog for several weeks, and just read about your husband. I'm so sorry and sad for you. I'm impressed you managed that last quilt along. Glad to know you are back to sewing and feeling it is helping you recover. May God bring your heart peace as you continue your grief journey.
ceblakeney said…
Monique, this is the first time I've been to your blog, and how heart wrenching to read of the loss of your husband. I have three of your books (haven't done any of the patterns yet, but several are on the list!)and I just wanted to let you know how much inspiration your books have given this new quilter. I have been sewing for over forty years but quilting came later. My wish is that you find strength and solace in your obvious creative talent, and continue your work- you will most certainly honor the memory of your husband in the process.
Anonymous said…
I was so sorry to read about the loss of your dear husband Monique. I hope you find some solace and comfort along your journey.

Kerry

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