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August 29, 2009



The colours are beautiful and fresh! I'd love to help out with making samples - but I'm in Australia :(

I'll have to wait til I can buy some online!

Jane Weston

Congratulations!! Those are great fabrics...I'd be a bit intimidated too about cutting into them too. I have a lap size quilt pattern I wrote earlier for my sewing group that might be of interest. It has some nice open areas that you could include some applique or stitching. Drop me a line if you are interested.


Your fabric stack looks fabulous, and they have your name on! How exciting :-)

No help here with the domestic goddess bit, lol, so I shall just wish you luck with it all.

Erin Compton

SO beautiful! And fabulous! Love the trees. I wish I could say I have confidence in my ability to make a fabulous sample something for you but alas, I cannot in good faith, do so.



Oh, they look sew beautiful!!!! Want to send some down to NZ for me to make a sample???


Oooh, those trees are making me drool! How much longer until we can get some, too?! I'd love to be a sample-maker if you're still in need. :)


Id love to help you with samples, but you may want to stop me at the cutting bits...
Your fabric looks truley divine.
Krousegirl2 at aol dot com


Oh they look amazing! The willow leaves in particular are calling to me! How wonderful to see that hugh pile of fabric and know it is all of your own making - I bet you are very proud. I am another international who will have to wait with fingers tapping until I can get hold of some online!


I would love to sew for you!
bandjontheriver at msn dot com
Your fabrics look divine!

Tabitha O.

I can't wait to see what you make with those beautiful fabrics--so very nice to see your own work in person!


Oh, they are beautiful! You must be thrilled (and congrats again, I might add!) The colors are so great - it looks like it would make a really fun quilt!


Just beautiful! You have done a really great job with these designs, congratulations! I already looked amazing on "paper" but actually printed: divine!
I would love to work with the fabric (and I even have the professional training and all. Yes, three years of seamstress training and one is all set to be sewing everything one wants to) but I am afraid shipping costs to Germany are a bit too high for that ;)
Let me know if I can help you with anything.
(can't wait to get these prints. It will be a while until they actually arrive here but until then I will stalk my fabric store ;) )


Congratulations! They are beautiful, the colors look wonderful.
I would be happy to sew for you if you are interested in a quilt.
I'll be watching for what you do with it!


It's just awesome!!!! I LOVE all of it, and can't wait to get my hands on some.
If you have specific projects to delegate- i can follow directions and sew straight!

Amy Hodge

Congrats! I'd love to help you with making samples if you haven't gotten too many offers already. Looks like you'll have a lot of options. I think everyone wants to get an early peak at some of the fabrics. ;)

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