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June 02, 2009


Paper Dolls for Boys

Mazel Tov on your amazing news. I can not wait to see what you create. I am sure it is going to be the coolest!!!


Woo-hoo! Congratulations!!!!!!

I'm very excited to see your line!!!!!

Simone Howell

Congrats on signing with Windham! How exciting. I was at market as well (did a bunch of work for Puala Prass' booth) mbut I don't thinkwe got to meet...hopefully in October! I have heard your line is going to be fabulous and CAN'T wait to see it!
Have fun along your fabric adventure!


Oh my goodness- I was waiting and waiting for you to say something, and there it is! Congratulations! Oh I just can't wait to buy it in my local fabric store! How exciting!

Karin Briscoe

Congratulations! When will you give us a sneak peek of your designs?

Mary Beth



Congratulations! I can't imagine what a thrill it is!

Brooke Andrewson

That is wonderful news (only part of my well wishes are selfish in nature, as I'm sure I will be able to work your designs into some wonderful projects)! Can't wait for Timber to come out!

Thanks for sharing pics of the Quilt Show. I am so jealous of everyone who was there. Need an assistant for the next one?


Outstanding! I know your line will be a huge success! All the best.


I love love love the Cinda's Circles quilt!

One of these days I have to learn to quilt. My Nan (grandma) always made beautiful quilts to give to people as gifts, and they're such cherished gifts in our family. I'd love to have that talent and give such meaningful gifts.

Congrats on the fabric line, too!


I found you looking for a gal who went to UC Davis and was an amazing designer. Tracy Bader. This must be her 25 years later!
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Janet Thomas (married name was Winchester)

I, too, have made "yo-yo" quilts & even made an evening skirt from "yo-yos". Would like to contact Manon Gagliardi. Friends from years ago - lost touch. Janet

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