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Welcome to my new WebSite!

This is a very exciting time, getting Pam Wolf Designs on the web. I am a designer of southwest quilt patterns, and have been in business since 2006. My home is Albuquerque, NM, where my husband and I have separate businesses out of our home. We have one son who lives in Albuquerque with his wife and baby daughter. I made my first quilt in 1965, and didn’t get back to it until 1994. In 2005, my quilt guild, Thimbleweeds in Rio Rancho, NM, encouraged me to sell a pattern I had designed and taught as a Block of the Month guild project – the Ivory Chili Sampler. A couple of ladies in the guild, Gloria Shapiro and Jeanne Hurt, made theirs with a black background, which was so beautiful I had to make an alternate pattern for it too – the Black Chili Sampler. From those beginnings, I have made a new pattern each year featuring red and green chilies so popular in Southwest cooking. This year I deviated, designing two patterns based upon the fabulous landmarks of New Mexico, and a few quirky sites regularly seen here. I sell my patterns mainly to quilt shops in New Mexico, but have wanted to make them available throughout the USA. Chilies are grown all over the world. I hope to reach more quilters with this web site.

6 thoughts on “Welcome to my new WebSite!

  1. Congratulations Pam on your new website and blog. I am looking forward to seeing and reading more from you.
    Your friend,

    1. Thanks Daryl! It is good to have the support of friends in this new endeavor.

  2. I’m so impressed with the website. Also, thanks for the shout-out with my name. I’ll tell Jeanne about it. I tell everyone how great your patterns are. You can never have too many directions in a pattern.
    I especially love that you print the applique patterns backwards. I hate redrawing it backwards.

    1. Thank you Gloria for your kind words about my patterns. I want to give credit where it is due, and you and Jeannie certainly made the Chili Sampler BOLD and HOT with your black backgrounds. Tell your friends about PWD on line!

  3. Pam, I ordered, and just received my New Mexico Kitchen patterns and I am thrilled. I started quilting with lessons in July 2012 and am having a ball. Of course, being an El Paso resident, when I saw your sample of these patterns at my local quilt shop I knew I had to learn to do that!!! Appliqué, quilting and Mexican food….what more could I wish for. Will let you know how it turns out!! Thank you

    1. I am happy you chose the New Mexico Kitchen pattern, Jan. There are so many things to do with all those delicious blocks! It is a big pattern, but the blocks are pretty basic. I loved gathering the fabrics. Let me know if you need any help. I am glad to talk by phone or email.

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