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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Winter Wolf Quilt by Bigfork Bay Cotton Co.

This is the newest pattern designed by Toni Whitney for Bigfork Bay Cotton Co. As with all of Toni's designs, the quilt just seemed to come to life when it was finished. It really is easier than it looks to put together. The pattern and kits are available at http://www.bigforkbaycottonco.com/ or you can call 866-245-5718 or 406-837-2399.

I can't tell you how blessed I am to be working for Bigfork Bay Cotton Co. doing their trunk shows and proofing patterns. This is my dream job.

Katie Bramante is the person behind the scenes who writes the patterns for BBCC. She puts her heart and soul into each pattern to make sure the directions are easy to understand and follow. She has her own patterns that represent Montana too. You can see them at, http://www.katiebramante.com/. Katie is also one of the new designers signed by Bigfork Bay Cotton Co. and she will be debuting her newest creation called Heavenly Sheep at Market in May. It is an adorable baby quilt and I can't wait to show it to you all.

Speaking of behind the scenes people, I want to mention David Boggs. He is the nicest man and the most talented Graphic Artist. David works hard to design the great patten covers, does the graphics on the patterns, designs Bigfork Bay's fabulous advertising layouts, you name it, he does it. He is just amazing.

I just have to say that each and every person who works for Bigfork Bay Cotton Company is such an important "cog in the wheel" as my father-in-law would have said. I know I talk about them a lot but I have just never seen a team that works so well together in all my life, and that is a long time. I thank God for them every day. Lynn Stalowy, the owner of Bigfork Bay Cotton Company and her husband John have put this team together and I must commend them on the great job they have done.

2 comments:

Jeanie Kieft said...

This one just gives me goosebumps!!! I am not much for wolves but have to have this one also. Geez my list is getting longer and longer guess I will have to get busy!!!

Julie Owens said...

This quilt is so gorgeous, that the day Sylvia showed it at show and tell on first Saturday, I hired her to make me one. Mine is just as stunning as this one. And why did I not make it myself? Because I couldn't do nearly the job Sylvia does!
Julie from Big Horn Quilts