Fabric Friday #4

Uh, well this is embarrassing, I last blogged in February? Can that be right? When it comes to juggling everything in my life, blogging is the ball that I let fall the most. I wrote so many blog posts in my head, but somehow, they never found their way to the keyboard, clipity clopped out and sent out into the world wide webs. ┬áBut I’m hoping to be back here regularly again. I’ve finished some big long term projects (restoring half our antique furniture during the limited Oregon dry season) and we’ve weathered through some big changes and (extended) family medical emergencies, a cross country trip, and the death of a pet. I’m ready for this year to be over. I’ve got a good feeling about 2013. My birthday is 3/13/13 so that’s got to be something lucky right?

Anyhow, the real reason you’re here, FABRIC! Here’s the latest stack that I’m currently working with. These are being transformed into a special lap quilt for my very special man. I want to give it to him for christmas. we’ll see if I can resist the urge to show him throughout the making process :)

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Fabric info. Most of these prints are still readily available

Echino panther print. This is a few years old and I don’t have the selvedge anymore
Swallow Skies in blue- Tula Pink/Birds and the Bees
Orange stripe – Karen Combs for Print Concepts
Turquoise Pezzy Print- Sandy Klop/ Dick and Jane designs
Prairie Rose in Gray -Denyse Schmidt/ Hope Valley
Wee Woodland turquoise stripe-Momo
Houndstooth in Mustard- Denyse Schmidt for Joann’s
Pezzy Print in Gray- Sandy Klop
Filligree in Dusk- Anna Maria Horner/ Good Folks
Henna Garden in Speckle- Sandi Henderson
Festival in Dusk- Anna Maria Horner/Good Folks
Buoyancy- Anna Maria Horner/ Lou Lou Thi
Swallow Skies in Green- Tula Pink/ The birds and the bees
Flying Geese in Yellow- Ellen Luckett Baker/ Quilt Blocks
Orange Leaf- Denyse Schmidt/ Aunt Edna
Heath in Gray- Alexander Henry
Taffy- Tula Pink/ Prince Charming

Also I’m looking for a graphic designer/ web person to redesign my site and help me with a logo/branding etc. I’d like to swap for a queen or king sized quilt ( or 2 twins! a $600-800 value, made to your style specifications!). If you can think of someone who might be interested let me know, or direct them here:) I know its a long shot,but you never know!

About Alexandra

Mother. Chef. Artist. I live in beautiful Portland, Oregon with my husband, Ben and our daughter, Willow. This is an account of our rambling adventures and a place for what's inspiring me right now.
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2 Responses to Fabric Friday #4

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  2. Kimberly says:

    Pretty, pretty! I just sent you that link on FB. I love your Fabric Fridays!

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