Saturday, August 16, 2008

The Name Game



We know, as lots of you pointed out, it was difficult to come up with a name not knowing what the fabric looks like. Well, we can tell you it's Christmasy, it's Americana, and that's all I can really tell you right now. Some of you were right on the nose regarding the theme. Those names will go on a list and we will narrow them down some more. Sometimes we don't have a clue when we send in the collection and the genuises at Moda come up with a name. Sometimes we have a couple of names we like and send them along, and sometimes we have a name right from the beginning. I think we will probably send along a short list this time. Thanks again! OH, and Mamabug.... email me here to give me your address and I will send you your American Primer jelly roll. You guys are the best!

Laurie

5 comments:

kathyinozarks said...

Congrats to Mamabug-

lovetostitch said...

Have been taking care of grandgirl with broken arm, and have not checked in for awhile - love the blog!!!
Congratulations, Mamabug!!

mamabug said...

We've been at the County Fair all day and came home to this wonderful news!!!! Thank you very much for drawing my name. I feel as lucky as those kids at the livestock auction that got BIG money for their animals!!! I look forward to a project with your beautiful fabric. Kathie

Erin said...

mamabug congratulations!!!!

good luck with your new line I cannot wait to get it!! sight unseen! I know it will be awesome!! If it has stars you can call it twinkle twinkle or star something...

Winn Family said...

Hi. I'm getting ready to start the Lone Star quilt from this months American Patchwork and Quilting. Just a quick question if you don't mind, and it may seem silly to you. You were quoted as saying that you used three cans of spray starch on the quilt. What do you use the starch for? I haven't heard of using starch on quilts. Please email me katierwinn@gmail.com

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