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.