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March 28, 2011

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The Quilted Fish

Stephanie, I love it! What a great story. Thanks for all of the kind words about Sugar and Spice!

carolld

Ah! I can't believe I'm just now seeing this post! I check every day! Anyway, love that Sugar and Spice fabric! Can't wait to see what you do with it. I'm particularly interested in those beautiful hand dyed fabrics. Can anyone purchase some?

carolld

PS: That story of Sweet Pea is so cute! Looking forward to seeing what you make her with that laminated fabric.

Candice

HA! I love the dialog with Sweet Pea, and I have to say I can't blame her one bit, as the polka dots sure are yummy! :)

Weekend Cowgirl

Sugar and Spice materials adorable. Love the colors. So cute. The silk is lovely and the shades are wonderful...

Donna

Love the story with Sweet Pea! I would hide it from you too :) LOL
I love this fabric line and the name! It looks so yummy!
Hugs,
Donna

Lynn

Oh my! Those silk/cottons are fabulous!

Too funny with SP hiding the fabric. She hides things about as well as my P. does. LOL! "Don't look in there mom. It's not in there." wink, wink

Can't wait to see what you make with that bundle of yumminess!

Jackie

First, I am laughing about the beading tute! yours will be so much better than mine, I have no doubt... I will refer my readers to your blog=)
that silk/cotton fabric... it looks so soft... I have never heard of that fabric before.... what does she charge?

Deb

Love the Sweet Pea story and the new fabric!! Can't wait to see what you do with it.

LuAnn

Those fabrics are so pretty - very springlike. I'll be anxious to see what you do when you finally cut into them.

Linda

Fabric is gorgeous! I love it! SP is too cute and funny. Sounds like she has an eye for beautiful fabric! Smart girl! Can you blame her for hiding it?? Lol!

Allie

Love the story about Sweet Pea - too funny! That fabric is gorgeous, can't wait to see what you do with it!

Maggie Szafranski

It's rocking with the oldies! SP must be needing some MP time! Love Radiance, but haven't done anything with the pieces I picked up at Houston!

Peg

I really love the fabric and I love the story about my darling little Sweet Pea. But most of all I love your telling about how you are PETTING the fabric! It so reminds me of when you were a little girl and first showed your tremendous love of fabrics and the feel of them. We would go into a fabric store together, and you would walk among the bolts of fabric petting all of them.

Some of them (mainly the old-fashioned cotton-knits), would catch on the skin of your hands and you would yell, "Yuck!! Mom, don't buy this fabric for anything! Other fabric (wool), would be so itchy, again you would make an awful face and say, "No, no, not this fabric!"

But then we would come to the blanket bindings, the fleeces, and the soft, soft all cottons and you would indeed, PET them and just stand there cooing! So you have always had a love for fabric and a touchy-feely appreciation of sewing. You will, though, have to eventually unwrap your bundle! :-)

Sounds like Sweet Pea has inherited Mamma Pea's genes for sure.

Rosemary Dempster

Grinning away here. 'Yummy, yummy ...' was very popular, when I met my future husband. we decided not to make it our song, as it did not sound right. We chose "America' by Simon and Garfunkel instead! The materials are yummy!

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