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January 31, 2008



How pretty. :) Love those colors.

jen duncan

Oh gosh. I should have known; you're an enabler as well as creative and talented. Well shoot. I just HAVE to HAVE some of that fabric now!!


Oooh really lovely fabric! I am trying to find something nice for a big curtain. Must take a look! L loved your photo. I couldn't have resisted either.


I know, I know!!! Isn't it all just so delicious?! Sigh... :)

Can hardly wait to see what you make!


Thanks for the heads up on this new fabric, I will stop in my favorite quilt shop next time I drive by. And I LOVE the new CK designs! Will she ever open that US website!! xo, suzy


oh, i love it! i am on a no fabric buying stretch here too. it is getting harder everyday! i can't wait to see what you make.


love those colours! just show us, what you will do with them!
and, yes: cath kidston's catalog came yersterday....


That is so pretty! I think that people in Montreal are not into quilts because I never saw fat-quarter bundles (or simply fat-quarters). Maybe it's a good thing...better for my budget!!! Have a good weekend :)


Oh dear, as if I don't already have enough fabric!! These prints are beautiful, can't wait to see what you do with them. Thank you for all the links too!


So nice, isn't it? I love Cath Kidston too, very much, but I did not try her fabrics yet..there is Pastel Antique Flower Collection by Lecien fabrics, that makes me remember Cath Kidston. I am crazy to put my hands on a fat quarter bundle...75 bucks...eeeeeeh.


I love stopping by your blog, you always amaze me with your beautiful creations!


What a beautiful (and neat!) stack of fabric. It just begs to be played with in fun ways.


Yes, this fabric is a very "close" Cath Kidston interpretation! I was looking at this collection on the Moda Website back over Christmas and even pointed it out to my husband how "similar" it was! He, being a guy and not really into fabric - didn't see what all the flap was about. It is a great and more affordable option! I always love Cath's colour palettes.


Oh oh, I couldn't resist this beautifull beautifull swell either ;o))
Yesterday I start my quilt.....

happy zombie

I love that Swell. In fact I think I like it better then anything I've seen from CK. I can't wait to see what you do with it Beata. I'm sure it's going to be something amazing!

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