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  1. I’m in the process of making “Chili Sampler” in ivory. The instructions are clear and easy although occasionally I find that I am ironing in a different direction than you recommend.

    I am wondering if you have considered a similar pattern using native plants or cacti and I would love to make a similar sized and themed wall hanging for her.

  2. I was wondering if you have a tutorial on the chile stockings. I am confused on some of the pattern
    information. Not sure why the stocking pattern says to place on fold for the front and back section.

  3. Looking for your “Celebrating Mimbres” pattern. I have searched stores in Albuquerque for it. No luck. I would like to buy a pattern.

  4. Hi Pam,
    I was in Taos at Taos Adobe Quilting and they had a chili table runner made up that looked like your chili stocking pattern but made into a table runner (several chili’s attached together). I’m interested in that pattern but they were out of it. I didn’t see it on your website so wondered if it was maybe the stocking pattern made up differently?
    Thank you

    1. Hi Kelly,

      Yes the Chili Chain Table Runner pattern is available. Let me check my web site, as it should be on there for sale.

  5. I was just in New Mexico for the first time and bought your Southwest Deja vu 2 pattern. I am in love with the fabric choice you made for the mission and wondered if you knew the name and manufacturer of it. I realize it is older fabric but am hoping I might be able to find just enough to make my mission.

    1. Dear Terri,

      Thank you for the inquiry. I do not remember who the manufacturer was of that variegated batik fabric, but I searched for more of it several years ago and could not find it.

      The old mud finishes on these missions is usually a smooth application in one color, usually a light tan. My fabric selection was a stretch. You are more accurate to keep it simple. Hope this helps.

  6. Hi Pam, I am looking for SW designs to make a Christmas Tree Skirt for a friend who moved to Colorado from Sante Fe.
    She had a beautiful Christmas Tree with all SW ornaments. Would love to surprise her in 2019 with a new tree skirt that goes with her tree! Any ideas or help you can give me? Can be pieced or applique! Many thanks

    1. Hi Melanie,
      On my Chili Rounder pattern, I have included turning the Rounder into a Tree Skirt. Probably the best size would be a 36″ Chili Rounder. You may purchase the pattern through this web site using your Pay Pal account. Hope this gives you some ideas.

  7. I purchased the Chili Rounder some time ago and am just getting around to making it.
    I have all the pages thru 28 – So I am missing over half of the chili patterns
    Can I get them sent to: GiGi Outland PO Box 429 Lakeview, OR 97630
    If you have questions you may call me at 541-219-1823

  8. I sent a message several days ago but do not see it here nor have I seen a response. I purchased your
    Chili Rounder a couple of years ago and just got the pattern out to make it. I have pages 1 thruu 28 which
    means that I am missing most of the chili patterns. Please contact me via email and I will give you my
    address so you can mail the rest of the pages. Thanks

    1. Dear GiGi,
      You are not missing any pages. The entire pattern is 28 pages. If you check the chili patterns you will see that most say “cut 3.” Those all add up to the chilies you need for any of the three Rounders. Look at the Chilies Diagram on page 14. The A1 and A2 chilies use the same pattern. B pattern has 1, 2, and 3. C pattern has 1, 2, 3, and so forth.

      Please forgive my tardiness in replying. This web site does not get a lot of activity, so I don’t check it as often as I should. I am developing a new pattern and seem to forget basic things, like eating!

      If this email doesn’t help, please contact me again. I want you to succeed at making this pattern. The results are worth the effort.

      Sincerely, Pam Wolf

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