Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Holiday Greetings

We all hope that this holiday season is wonderful for you, full of happy times with family and friends.

A few years ago, we made felt snowmen (cut out on the laser) and then they looked so much like gingerbread men, we made them the next year. These are our current favorite ornaments - who knows what next year will bring!



Elaine Adair said...

Cute little fellows - both varieties.

So, in Montana, do you stay all snowed in? Or is that just something I learned from the movies?

Happy New Year

Flynn Quilt Frame Company said...

Hello - our snow here in Billings is gone for now. We rarely get really snowed in, and when we do, it is more like a fun day off - of course, you hope the power stays on and check the cupboard for food. But the people with 4x4s and snowmobiles are out having a noisy blast and neighbors check on each other. We have had strangers plow our driveway just for the fun of it. Stay warm!

Mary Ann/Ca said...

Happy New year. Looking forward to seeing the Flynn's at Road2Ca in a few weeks. Right now it is about 65 in SoCal....and no

klwheeler59 said...

Hi, Just trying to put together the Flynn MultiFrame, and it is so easy to do with the plastic rods and everything. I bought it a couple of years ago and am just now watching the DVD, and will try it soon. Great website, and love the DVD. I've tried mid-arm quilting on a rented machine but I hate having to mess with it's tension, so I prefer quilting on my home machine where I control the tension better. My biggest problem has been the puckers on the back, but I've never used a frame, so this MultiFrame should really help! I'll let you know how it goes. Look forward to hopefully seeing you all at PIQF in Santa Clara, CA this fall. My lilacs have just started to bloom, and spring is here. Happy Easter!