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Chance of Rain


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This rainy-day cuddle-up quilt will keep you toasty warm on the chilliest days. Traditional blocks and flying geese border make this a quilt to treasure for generations. I hope you love this quilt as much as I loved designing it for you! Happy Quilting ~~ Irene Huffman and the Jazz Cat BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic Quilting Knowledge Accurate 1/4" seams Accurate rotary cutting SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 60" x 60"

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Jazz Cat Designs
Jazz Cat Designs
Jazz Cat Designs is a small company designing and providing patterns for quilts (irene Huffman and Dawna Sanders), purses (Patricia Minich), and hand embroidery (Courtenay Hughes). Irene Huffman primarily designs quilts, both large and small. She has recently introduced a pattern line called "My Perfect Quilt Size" (MPQS) which gives yardage, cutting, and piecing instructions for quilt designs from table topper, various table and bed runners, through lap sized to king sized quilts . . . all in a single pattern for a single price! She loves simple piecing that looks complex! Dawna Sanders designs lovely, cheerful quilts, often multi-sized (MPQS) and frequently in the modern style. Patricia J. Minich designs inspired purses and bags for all occasions. Her designs are fresh and original and most often contain pockets for carrying all your important "stuff". Her bag, "Courtney" was a Hoffman Challenge finalist in 2009 and was part of the traveling Hoffman show. Courtenay Hughes is an embroidery artist extraordinaire! Her current offerings with Jazz Cat focus on lovely Colorado designs including our state flower, the Columbine!