Hi Michele. I finally finished this quilt (Sweetie Pie) I got from you last summer. It is so “springy” looking with the soft colors. I cut the kit out last August and had it ready to sew. Then I had knee replacement surgery at the end of August and couldn’t sit to sew for quite some time. When I finally got back to sewing I was making Christmas quilts for gifts and this just got set back. I’m glad I finally got it made. It is so pretty. I just wanted to share it with you.
Just a note to say my Ho Ho Ho quilt kit arrived on Friday as you said it would. I wanted to say what a nice presentation it was and wanted to say how talented you are and also that I appreciate how much care you put into this kit in the cutting and packaging it. I also am glad I don't live in the state of Washington as I would be in the poor house and your best customer. This is my first kit and my first purchase with you but I am sure it won't be the last. Thanks so much for all the care and thought you put into this.
My Sweetie Pie kit arrived safely today. The fabrics are beautiful. Can’t wait to finish the quilt I’m working on now so I can get started on this one. Love your new website.
I better get cracking and finish up the quilt I have on the go now!! I don't think I have ever been this excited about a project (Fit For A Princess)!! Thanks for all your help, Michele! I always look forward to receiving my Quilters (The Quilter) magazine in the mail to see what project you have in it! I look forward eagerly to my next purchase from Flower Box Quilts!
I did receive my order (Fit For A Princess), and as usual, everything was wonderful! Thanks very much for your quality service.
I cannot tell you how happy I am with the stationery order that arrived. My elderly aunt just finished giving me a large stash of her fabric collection, as she now is unable to sew. She is, however, a prolific correspondent with a large number of friends and family. These note cards are the perfect gift to thank her for her generosity to me as well as allowing her to share her love of quilts and cats with others. Thanks again.
Michele, I recently retired back in Washington state..have been going through mom's back issues of quilt magazines and saw your name on several designs and wondered if you were the same Michele Crawford that came to the Spokane Valley Quilt guild years ago when I lived in Spokane Valley in the 1980's and taught us how to make a cross stitched/quilted needle case I still use mine today!!Haven't done much cross stitching but have been quilting now for 32 years. I now live in Kennewick and have joined the quilt guild there as well as VisTA(Visual Textile Artists)...as I am wanting to make more art type quilts now. Congrats on your business and patterns, etc.in the magazines.
Thank you so much - I love your designs!
I hope replying works-- I just wanted to comment on the pic about families unraveling--very well timed! My family background isn't good, but my husband's is--to the point of Leave It To Beaver & the Cleavers. But lately, they've hit a rough spot--their mother is in assisted living and we're having issues affording it and dealing with Medicare paperwork. I hope that the sentiment is right and that they can be sewed back together. Plus, I'm thinking of making it up to use as Christmas presents....Thank you for a bright spot in my day.
Michele, as a senior citizen watching my budget I want to thank you for making these special offers. Your patterns, kits, etc. are top quality and I've always been so pleased with products that I have ordered.