Thursday, October 31, 2013
Survey winner and KoolKat 2014 workshops
Koolkat is currently planning a series of visits in 2014 to quilt clubs to hold workshops and bring our travelling shop. There will be at least two tours - one in western and the other in south-western Queensland. Currently we have bookings or expressions of interest for the following venues and dates:
Tues Jan 28th Toowoomba Quilters, Beenleigh quilters Sat May 17th, Goodiwindi Sat June 7th, Injune (Bymount Creative Circle) Sat/Sun June 14/5, Wandoan Thurs July 24th, Charleville Sat/Sun July 27/8 and Quilpie Sat/Sun August 2nd-3rd. If your club might be interested in our workshop program (see link below), please don't hesitate to contact us. In particular, we are looking for dates for venues such as Millmerran, St George and Bollon in June that could tie in with the Goondiwindi date (7/6/14), and for Mitchell and Roma in July (Charleville 27-8/7/14).
Kathy has released a new pattern and fabric kits using a range of modern fabrics. This she has called "Thoroughly Modern" and it is available as a printed pattern, pdf download, or in kit form either to make a 72 x 72 inch or queen size quilt (87 x 87 inch). Details in our Latest Products section at the bottom of our home page www.koolkatquilting.com.au
This brings us to our recent survey. Thank you all those who replied (just under 100), and we apologise for the difficulty some of you had with sending a reply to our customer enewsletter. As we had replies sent to us this way in the past, we assumed it would work for all. But not so, and those who did report this difficulty, we suggested sending a "forward" and inserting our email address.
The prize is the 72 x 72 inch "Thoroughly Modern" fabric kit with pattern and it goes to Jeanette Krinke of Pittsworth.
To see the survey results, go to the bottom left of our home page and click on customer survey. There is a short introduction at the bottom of which you can click on "survey" to see the survey we used, and "report" to read the results. We would be interested in your comments, particularly if you think the results reflect your quilting experience or otherwise. You can do this by email, or blog or Facebook page.