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June 02, 2009

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Amy @ parkcitygirl

Wahoo!! Congratulations! I have to come back and read the rest of your post later :) Glad you could share so soon!

Terri

Congratulations on your signing with Windham! That is really exciting, and you sound happy with that partnership. Can't wait to see and hear more about that development. Love the beautiful quilts on display at the Market too, especially that Winter to Spring quilt.

Amy

Congratulations and looking forward to seeing it!

sherri

Congrats...can't wait to see the new fabric!

Katrine

Congratulations on your line of fabric!

Sarah

I'm so excited for you with the fabric!
And gorgeous quilts...

Jessica

That is so exciting, congrats!! Thank you also for showing the pic of the Klimt quilt. He is my fave artist and it's always fun to see how different artists interpret his work!

Carolyn

when will we get to see your fabric line?

Amy

That's so exciting! I can't wait to see the fabrics that you have designed. Congratulations!

Jona

I'm so glad you've announced it!! I was just talking with another Windham gal today (name starts with "B" and ends in "I", and that's all I'm saying) and we both agreed on how fabulous your designs are! I think there are a lot of similar looks floating around but yours is completely different and fresh. I think the wait may just about kill me.

Carrie

Yay! Congratulations! So much fun. I can't wait to see the fabric.

Sandy

Rock on! That is amazing. Can't wait to see your fabric. I am sure it will be a huge success!

jo

Oohh - how exciting! How long will we have to wait before we get to see your fabric? Congratulations!

AjaxAtax

Your quilt labeled "Grandmother's Quilt - A Cathedral Window - by Manon B. Gagliardi" is actually a yo-yo quilt. Check out a catherdral window here : http://www.risingstarquilters.org/pastshows/images04/L1.jpg
It's a great yo-yo quilt though and there are lots of other pics of some fun and inspiring works!

Bridget

Congratulations! I found your blog from a link on another blog I read and its lovely!

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