Mother and daughter team Pam and Nicky Lintott have joined forces again in their latest book, “Dessert Roll Quilts: 12 simple Dessert Roll quilt patterns”. The book provides instruction for sewing quilts made from Moda’s Dessert Rolls. If you happen to buy the book, check out page 41 which features a quilt made using fabric from my Gypsy Girl line!
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It was so fun to participate in the “Oh Sew Sweet” Moda Blog hop! I enjoyed learning more about my fellow Moda designers. But most of all, I loved reading the comments about you and your upcoming projects! Thank you all so much for sharing.
Well, it’s announcement time. Three lucky people have been randomly selected to win either a charm pack, layer cake, or jelly roll from my Gypsy Girl fabric line. The winners are (drum roll please)…
• Sharon Hulbert – You have won yourself a “Gypsy Girl” charm pack, congrats!
• Jacque – Congratulations, you win a”Gypsy Girl” layer cake:)
• Carole Lee -You win a”Gypsy Girl” jelly roll, congratulations!
Thanks again to Moda for generously donating the prize group!!
We will be contacting the winners after the weekend by email to get mailing details etc.
Congratulations again and happy sewing to all!!
Vancouver sure has grown since I was a kid. In the late sixties the population was a fairly healthy 800,000 but today we are at over 2.3 million people.
Now it’s time to share my sampler block. This is made from my new collection “Gypsy Girl”and is super cute! Download the instructions here.
Here’s how I made them:
I was very happy that my new fabric line “Gypsy Girl” was shown at Quilt Market Spring 2012 which took place last weekend in Kansas City. “Gypsy Girl” will be available in stores in the coming months. If you would like to receive notification of when the fabric will be available, sign up at the Fat Quarter Shop. Check out some of the photos from Quilt Market at the Jolly Jabber, Fat Quarter Shop’s blog.