This quilt will be joining me to the MAHHA group hang at Pine Grove Furnace State Park in PA this weekend!
This is a SENECA 35, in ARGON 90 Woodland Camo.
Shock cord side system
Omni-tape foot box with draw cord
Draw cord head end with grosgrain & flat center release buckle to secure it around your neck
ARGON 90 Woodland Camo Outer Shell from DUTCH!
ARGON 67 Black Inner Shell from DUTCH!
Weighs in at 18 ounces with a touch over 9 ounces of HyperDRY 850FP Goose Down.
Some lucky devil will be taking this baby home!
Technical Un-fun Business
This is great, it's like being in a business meeting and having one of those, "Before we start, we have a few announcements" type deals, except the only person here is me. This shall be the quickest meeting on record, no shenanigans. In-and-out. Not kidding.
One quick change on the website. I have removed the "change inner shell form" page. The site builder I use previously did not provide a "Note to Seller" area at checkout. This feature was recently added! Yeahhh!
If you see any reference to it, please ignore (or let me know if I missed removing one). If you want something other than UL ARGON Black as the inner shell choice, just note it in the area provided at checkout. Noting it at checkout will keep all of the order details in one place for me, but if you happen to forget, feel free to shoot me an email.
MID-ATLANTIC MOUNTAIN WORKS WILL BE CLOSED APRIL 25th-APRIL 27th
This is fun in the sense that I am going camping! Headed to the MAHHA Spring Hang at Pine Grove Furnace. You are welcome to place an order, but I will not be working on quilts or available to answer emails/telephone until Monday the 28th. Can't wait for some hammock time!
RAFFLE AT MAHHA - We are giving away a SENECA 35! I will try to get some pictures of the quilt to be raffled soon, so check back. Should be finished up tonight and boy it's a beauty! What color you ask?
Hint: Even if I put up a pick, it may be hard to see.
MAMW will be on FACEBOOK soon!
We are in the midst of getting the page together and getting it organized, but it should soon be up and running shortly.
Done. See? Shortest meeting ever.
Going to try something out here. Look next door at the "Orders" tab. Ideally, this will be where you can come and check on your order in hopes of keeping this clear and transparent.
I will see how this goes and how much time it requires to keep current (I'd rather be making your quilt and I'm sure you would too!) but I have created a page with order numbers, shipping location and production status. The order number should match the order confirmation generated by the website (not the paypal one). The location is the shipping city and state on the order and the status should be one of the following:
-Complete & Shipped
As I mention in the information page, I will try to adjust the estimated lead time as often as I can, but if it is a concern please contact me prior to placing your order so I can give you the most up to date estimate. I am toying with the idea of adding a column to the orders page that will have your lead time (or perhaps estimated ship date) once you have placed your order. I think this would be useful for transparency and there could be a situation when I have say 0 orders and the lead time is 2 weeks and then get, something totally realistic, like a 100 in one day. OK...maybe like 99. In any case you could imagine how this would change the lead time a bit. All 99 folks think it is 2 weeks, but that's not gonna happen. Again, just an example to explain why I am toying with placing the fourth column.
Feel free to post an opinion or if you think other relevant information would be helpful. Don't want to be updating the website an hour each day when I could be sewing, but all suggestions are welcome!