Monday, February 18, 2013

2013 Designer Mystery Blog Hop

Thank you Fat Quarter Shop for asking us to participate in your Designer Mystery quilt!  As you all know, if you have been paying any attention at all, this is a great  Designer BOM being offered.  The quilt this year features Avalon fabric collection by Fig Tree Quilts for Moda Fabrics.



This quilt is constructed in rows.  Our block is a house block.  We LOVE houses.  Polly is actually kind of famous because of her house (and her previous homes).  It has been photographed many times for magazines.  Remember theses pictures?



So, when the Fat Quarter shop asked us to post a picture of our favorite house - I said I would  choose Polly's house.  My house?  //wipes tears from eyes because laughing so hard//  First of all I would have to clean my house.  That's a story for another day.

 When I do lectures and trunk shows, the most frequently asked question is "Does Polly's house really look like that?".  Yes it does.  Everyday.  Polly used to be a magazine stylist in her previous life and her home reflects that.

So imagine all of Polly's lovely interiors and furnishings transported to this beauty.  This is the house Polly and I chose for our dream house.  Just think of the stair climbing exercise you would get as you take your daily walk on the beach!  There just has to be a white sandy beach at the bottom of those stairs.


Make sure to stop at these other blogs today.  They will tell you about their favorite houses too.



 This is what is occupying my house at the moment.  Lots and lots of things made out of red and white fabric.  It seems, it isn't enough that I have yards of fabric to create and play with - I am now making my own fabric with all the teeny, tiny scraps.  


 These lovelies will soon be turned into something else entirely.  We'll be showing more of this in the upcoming weeks - This new collection is called Midwinter Reds.

Make a comment and get a chance to win a Layer Cake ™

Laurie

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Kathie said...

OMG love those reds :)

Judy said...

I am loving reds more and more. I have started to collect reds to make a red and white quilt.

Judy

Anonymous said...

Love everything you do, Minick and Simpson.....but these reds are stealing my heart! LOVE red.
Mona

Strlady said...

I am definitely looking forward to this new collection. The resurgence of the red and white/neutral quilts suits me just fine! LOL!

Nancy E said...

Those reds are beautiful! Can't wait to see what you make with them!

karen said...

Wow, I love all those midwinter reds! Plus that beach house is gorgeous also.

Atelier Blanc nord-ouest said...

un quilt rouge ... j'ai hâte ! Nous aurons peut être la chance de le voir à Nantes !
Je rêve d'avoir une maison dans les dunes : c'est magnifique !

Margaret said...

Love the reds. Love that house! Love Polly's interiors. No wonder -- how cool that she used to be a magazine stylist! Thanks for the giveaway!

giddy99 said...

I love those reds and whites! Gorgeous house pick, too. :)

Sandy said...

I love your dream house and your new collection of REDS!

Janet said...

My two favorite color combinations are blue and white and red and white - you can imagine how much I love your two latest collections! And now you've given me a new dream house to add to my list!

Thanks for all that and for the opportunity!

tpott said...

So sad that Polly has, that clean home sickness. At least you were either spared or cured so that you have more time to dig into those lovely red fabrics. It looks like fun! :-> Toni Anne

jayne said...

So warm and inviting! These colors are my daughters "love"...would make her something special!
Jayne

Quilter Kim said...

Love your dream house! Maybe you could have a quilting retreat there?? I also love Polly's house, wish mine could look like that.

Gill said...

A fabulous dream house!! but imagine carrying all your shopping up those steps!

krisgray said...

Oh - now that house is a dream. I can imagine having my coffee outside and looking out over the water. What a feast for the eyes.

QuilterPattiO said...

I have made many red and white quilts but just seeing these have made have heart beat a little faster. I must start planning another red quilt while I wait for Midwinter Reds to be released. PattiO

Anonymous said...

couldn't imagine what you could come up with after all those incredible indigos, but you and Polly have done it again with the red and whites. Can't wait to see what you'll do with them!!!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I would love to move right in! Can't wait to see what you do with those red strings....

Anonymous said...

I'm also one of the "laughing so hard at the thought of anyone coming into my house 'cause it isn't clean" gals! But it's like that 'cause I'd rather quilt than clean!! Love the reds!
Connie

Mary said...

Red has been my lifetime favorite color, and those fabrics are awesome. I'm anxious to see what you are making out of them.
The mystery quilt sounds like a lot of fun.

Lee said...

Reds for midwinter - very pretty! Really I cant keep up with you both. Quilting or housekeeping! Have a great day!

Catherine said...

I love the look of those midwinter reds - such a very beautiful red. I'm already wondering what I would make with them!

Debby said...

I love those reds!

M.W. said...

Love the reds. Polly's house is outstanding
Shawn

Cathy said...

You have good taste in houses! I think I was born to live in that one myself.

Me and My Stitches said...

Oh....RED!!!! My favorite - these look so yummy!

Anonymous said...

I never used to use reds in my projects. Now, every thing I make has some red somewhere and I can't imagine a project with out red!. I love the reds you've chosen.(annie5152@comcast.net)

kmcallister said...

Would love to win the Midwinter Reds. They are lovely. I think adding a little bit of red to any quilt just gives it a pop. And about the house, we can always DREAM!

martha said...

reds are my favorite! Whenever I see a new red I have to pick up at least a fat quarter of it.

FabricandFlowers said...

Love your fabric lines. I'm excited about Midwinter Reds. Classic.

Sue Bennett said...

I love your reds. I need a bolt of each one..

suebennett1975@gmail.com

sndy1 said...

Wouldn't it be fun to work on your fabulous red fabric in that awesome beach house?

Carleen said...

I'm in love! Can't wait for this collection to become available. Reds are my favorites.

Anonymous said...

Midwinter reds - how perfect and they look perfect with the tans and whites. Anxious to see what magic you work. pwiggs@embarqmail.com

Heather said...

Ooh, that red and white collection looks just yummy.

Debbie said...

I can't wait to get my quilting hands on some Midwinter Reds!! I love 2 color quilts right now and have some of the Indigo Crossing fabric too. And this house? It gives dream BIG a whole new meaning!

Linda K said...

Midwinter Reds- what a fantastic name! I'm a complete lover of reds! Thanks for the chance to sew with some of your yummy fabrics!

Anonymous said...

That house is beautiful. I would not like all those stairs though. The red fabrics are lovely.

Susan G.

hiyacinth said...

Those reds look fantastic. And that house is fantastic, too.

Jill said...

Love the red & white, can wait to see your string project!

Lisa said...

I agree, Polly's home is gorgeous. A lovely variety in Midwinter reds and I cannot wait to see the new collection in person.

Terrie said...

OMG, I thought that it couldn't get any better than your blues but I am seriously LOVING your reds. Just plain georgouse !!!!

Cindy said...

LOL, you'd have your daily exercise in ALREADY just doing the stairs down to the beach. Then you could plop down in a lawn chair and enjoy the beauty.

Mary said...

It's really pretty (at least what I can see of it). I still haven't got all the Indigo Crossing I ordered. Now more to yearn for. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win a layer cake.

Mary

Sorcha girl said...

Thank you for sharing a bit about your new project. I love red, too. Looking forward to the BOM from Fat Quarter Shop!

Karen Mitchell said...

Your fabrics are the BEST and a MUST HAVE in any quilter's stash!! I recently saw a black/tan/cream quilt done in your Independence Trail line and it was spectacular. Two color quilts are so eye grabbing-- am collecting Indigo Crossing now and can not wait for your reds to hit us!!
Karen

Brenda said...

Love those reds. Red is quickly becoming my new favorite color.

Johanna said...

Look at those stairs! I would trip and fall for sure! Those reds are so pretty!

Nancy said...

Your dream house is pretty, but too many steps! LOL!

Marianne said...

That is a great dream house. Red is one of my favorites paired with yellow and green!

Meredith said...

I love that house!! What a dream house for sure.

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

A beautiful house indeed...lovely! Wonderful reds...thanks for the chance!

Janice said...

Now, I'm loving those reds! And, the house, but the stairs are a killer!! Don't even talk about cleaning houses...lol!!! Can hardly wait for the house block row!!

Sandy D said...

Those red fabrics are awesome. I love your house. I am enjoying this Hop.

Whitney M said...

I'm loving your dream beach house! Someday it'd be so fun to own a waterfront property!

Helen said...

I have barely had time to think of ideas for Indigo Crossing and here you come with Midwinter Reds! I have been wanting to make a red and white quilt and the reds in this line look great! I'm looking forward to it!

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

I LOVE that beach house ... what I wouldn't give for one like that. And of course it's got a white, sandy beach at the bottom of those stairs! ha!

I've done blue and white quilts, but never red and white. I need to ... but first I have to make another blue and white - SPINNING STARS!!! ;-)

Jennifer said...

Midwinter Reds is going to be amazing!

Jan said...

Can't wait for Midwinter Reds to hit the quilt stores!!

Chiska said...

I painted that many stairs once. It took me a month and was miserable.

Jan said...

Love these reds.

Donna W said...

Love the Midwinter Reds and can't wait to see what you are making with these. Great idea to see all of the scrapes to make new fabric. Thanks for the chance to win a Layer Cake

Becky S. said...

The new fabrics are beautiful!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

Judy said...

What beautiful red fabric! Red and white quilts are among my favorites.

SharoninStitches said...

Can't wait for these to be released! Gorgeous! Go Tigers!

Willa said...

I need to make some fabrics of my own with the bits and pieces around here!

SarahZ said...

I am late to the red world...but loving it these days! Your midwinter reds are beautiful!

Chris S said...

LOVE the reds!

Lindi said...

I'd share a room in Polly's house with you!

Terri said...

I can't wait to see what you create with your reds! It's my favorite color.

Jane S. said...

Oh I love those red fabrics!

I love that beach house too. The stairs...maybe not so much. ;-)

sue said...

Love the reds. Don't worry about cleaning your house enjoy quilting! Do like your dream house though!

Paula said...

Such a beautiful dream house. I'm loving the Midwinter Reds, they are absolutely stunning. I look forward to their release.

Carol said...

I love these reds! They would be perfect in my house!

augustus' mom said...

Beautiful real home and dreamy dream home. Love the Midwinter Reds! Can't wait to see them in person

Leslie said...

Red! I love red! And red would look great in my (not dreamhouse) living room!

The Michigonians said...

I can just see that house on the Lake Michigan coast near Traverse City. Wow, that would be sooooooo cool to own. And, I love those red fabrics you are making. Looks like a wonderful quilt coming on. Thanks for sharing.

Katie said...

Red is my favorite color and fabric is my favorite plaything!

Karen S. said...

Looking forward to making the mystery quilt this year! Really like your new red fabrics!!

susan said...

I love your dream house too. The red fabrics are great. Can't wait to see the quilt they are in.

Sallie said...

I love red and can't wait to see what you are making! Thanks for the giveaway!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Would love a weekend at your dream house. Your made fabric is lovely, can't wait to see what you are making.

lynnquiltsalot said...

Love those reds! I've wanted to do a red & white quilt for the longest time. Maybe my next quilt!

Lesley said...

I love Indigo Crossing, and I think I am falling in love with your reds too!

mamabug said...

You are something wonderful?? You write with such a visiting way!!I could read a book written by you (maybe a mystery) Thank your for a chance of something FUN!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Laurie! Love those red and whites as much as I love Indigo Crossing.
Elaine Raymond
quiltlady2010@hotmail.com

woolwoman said...

i love indigo crossing too ! Polly is so fun to take a class from. would love a chance to win your layer cake - thanks Melody
mbryan10@comcast.net

Carol said...

What a great collection! It's a must-have.

Debbie said...

Love the house! So Grand!!

Kristy said...

I love a two color quilt! It would be awesome if you did a virtual tour of your home for us to see every room. I love your style.

Rita said...

What a beautiful house, but those steps...oh my!

Julee said...

Just love Polly's house as I'm a big 'blue' fan also. I especially remember her photo showing all of her blue spongeware in a cupboard, which I also have a collection. Guess my favorite is Polly's house.

Buckeye Quilter said...

It's a good thing there are "rest stops" on that stairs to the house! I love the reds too!

Swedish Scrapper said...

Oh yay,I'm not alone in sewing all the little bits together lately! But I sure wouldn't,t mind adding bits of Red to the mix:-) Thanks for the chance!

Tamie said...

I love your "house". My mountain cabin has almost as many stairs. Thanks for playing along.

Redfinch said...

I love to look at pictures of Polly's house as much as you do! (And would have to clean my house before any photographers could enter...) But I'm sure a Layer Cake of reds would catch their eye so they wouldn't notice the dust bunnies!

Laura G said...

I love red and white and that is very ironic because I used to hate red. Now I love the cherry look from a perfect red fabric Thank you for the contest.

Carol Sc said...

I can't wait to see this new red and white fabric line! (well, I guess I have to, don't I?) I'm liking your "made fabric" --- and, yes, I could easily live in that beach house!
Can't wait for the Tigers!

moosecraft said...

lol! I think I'd have to have one of those electronic stair chairs installed if I lived in that house! lol! But, it is very pretty! :-) Love all those reds! Please enter my name for a chance to win some Midwinter Reds! Lord knows a "calorie free layer cake" would be ever so lovingly appreciated and enjoyed (after a winter of comfort food and butter cookies)! ;-)

Gretchen said...

Love the sneak peek of your new fabric line! I'm predicting a new red and white quilt in my future once that hits the shelves. Wonderful dream house! Good thing there is a landing half-way on those stairs.

hueisei said...

I love your reds.. So pretty!

Karen M said...

Oooh. Those reds just drew me in. Thanks for the chance to win a layer cake.

Kathy said...

Love the red fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway chance.

Colleen G said...

You had me at RED! Love the house but like others, those stairs look pretty daunting. Stairs are what keeps me from committing to a house for sale I found near a beach here in Canada. Thanks for the chance to win.

Carrie P. said...

Wow! what a house! lovin' those reds.

lovetostitch said...

I am a huge red fan, but also a fan of Minnick and Simpson lines. I also drool at each photo of Polly's house - take me there, it's so peaceful. Can't wait to see your house block.

CathyK said...

WOW! What a house! I might be tempted to put in one of those electric stair climbers to tackle those stairs each day. One would sure be in shape after walking up those! Can't wait to see what you make with those pretty red fabrics! :)

Anonymous said...

HOW DO YOU KEEP GETTING EACH NEW FABRIC COLLECTION BETTER THAN THE PREVIOUS COLLECTION? Your midwinter reds line is just fantastic and I can't wait to see what pattern you design with it!!! Janet Kay

Cecilia said...

I love those red fabrics! Your dream house is gorgeous too. I can't wait to see what you are making with those scraps.

Anonymous said...

Polly's house is beautiful and so are the fabrics in your new collection, I would love to win a layer cake!
Beth F

jmniffer said...

Oh my, those red fabrics are calling my name!

Laurie said...

holy cowpies batman! I MUST have some of that yumminess! Thanks for a chance to win - laurie

llsbaskets at comcast dot net

Donna Joy said...

The house is amazing, so are those red fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I want Polly to come and style my house :-) And that beach house, oh my, what a happy place that would be.

Anonymous said...

Those red fabrics are scrumptious!
Can't wait to see what you turn them into. Thanks for the chance.

Darlis

rebecca said...

My dream house would have tons of natural light. My current house is old and cool with huge overhangs at the eaves. Bad light!

Yummy new reds. Your designs make me smile!

Anonymous said...

Every room requires red!! Fun fabric designs!

Barb said...

Red is awesome all the time, not just in mid-winter!! As for that dream house...maybe there is a nice driveway out back?!

Kimberly said...

Wow, I thought the blues in Indigo Crossing were beautiful but those reds are just something else. I can see more red quilts in my future.

Twyla's Thimble said...

Reds oh my that is my favorite color next to blue!!! It can't get any better than that. I have lots of red in my house, but I also live in a red house.

Smeek said...

I love red. Can't wait for it! Hope I win and thanks for the giveaway.

Sharon said...

My very first quilt was made with Flag Day Farms -- it is still my favorite -- 14 quilts later. Thanks for the giveaway -- hope i'M A LUCKY ONE.

Nancy in WI said...

You can't go wrong with red! Love it all!

Janet said...

Your Midwinter Reds look beautiful!! I can't wait to see what you're making. That beach house looks marvelous!

Debbie said...

Love the reds, but can't wait to see what those string blocks become.

Amanda Haynie said...

LOVE all those reds!! Can't wait to see what you are creating with them!!

Beth said...

We used to climb a staircase like that to get to the beach at Laguna. A time or two I had to piggy back to get to the top at the end of the day. :)

Deborah said...

Gorgeous! I love those reds!

debra said...

I must agree what a great shade of red. Thanks for the opportunity to win the layer cake. You ladies are amazing.

Bob Springer said...

Can't decide which I like better, the red fabrics or the beach house!! Both are so lovely. Kim

Carolyn Bahl said...

Love the red, but cannot wait to get indigo blue,(blue is my fav) I would love to see more of Polly's house,amazing

dokiquilts said...

I also have tons of fabric bUt end up using tiny bits to make my own. Case in point--selvedge quilts! I can't seem to throw anything away! Love your new red fabric!

Mary said...

I jjust love the reds, and the tans with them just rock

Quel said...

I'm super excited about your new Midwinter Reds! Can't wait til this line comes out. The BOM looks like it's going to be great fun! Thank you

Siobhán said...

I love those reds! I do love blue but I always swoon over reds.

Sarah said...

I love your reds, and your blues, and well, nearly all your fabrics and collections. The dream house looks ... dreamy!

Phyllis said...

Am still not over how great you current collection is & there is a new one on the way?! Yessss!

martinica said...

red and white are my favourites, but I also love the beige and blue collection you recently released. All these beautiful fabrics make me nervous, because I want to have them all and I know that's impossible.
thank you for letting me participate.
martina

Erin said...

I like way you think! I'm always trying to use up my scraps. Love the reds too!

Becca said...

Red, white and blue is my favorite color combination, so I have pictures of ALL of Polly's houses in my "dream house" file (and one of her rugs, made by me, hanging on the wall). EVERY room in my house has RED in it!
It's such a happy color! :)

legato1958 said...

The reds are sooo pretty!

susie
legato1958@aol.com

Jeanne Gwin said...

thanks for sharing Laurie. I laughed with you. I am in the process of hiring a housekeeper but can't start the interviews until the house is cleaned. Now don't y'all just think that is just so sad? Or maybe pitiful? LOL with Laurie. I love reds and had just asked myself the other day, is there any possibility that someone could own too many different shades of red or patterns or reds period. Of course my answer to myself was 'no'. thanks of ra chance to add to my reds!!

Judy Hampton said...

I am like everyone else, I love the red collection and will be looking forward to it being in the quilt stores. Thanks Judy

Mary Jean said...

I need those red and whites to go with all the Indigo Crossing I purchased. Love those reds!!!

Karen C said...

Your Midwinter Reds look lovely...we folks in the north need a little brightness, right? What's great is those reds will go with so many of your other lines as well...which we all have and want more of!

Dee said...

Love your creams and reds with the white - you go girl!

Debbie M said...

Love the midwinter reds!!! love that house too, but not all those stairs! ha

Anita said...

I'm loving the reds! They will go perfect with the blues and creams you did! Yikes need to start saving now :)

Mom C said...

One of my favorite things to do is piece, the littler, the better, without rhyme or reason, just to see what turns out. Love your reds, I made a starburst quilt with dark blues, medium blues and light blues scraps. The sewing the scraps together was the most fun. Thanks.

vintageandhandcraftedinnovascotia said...

I'm thinkong of a rocky road to kansas quilt top by piecing small narrow bits - wouldn't that be fun?
I'd love to win!!
BTW - need a translation of atelier blanc nord ouest's comments - just ask!
Janet in Nova Scotia

Pam P said...

Would love to win some beautiful reds & whites!! Then maybe Polly could come decorate my house?? Thanks for the chance to win :)

Anonymous said...

Your fabric designs are some of my favorites. Mid winter reds is a great name for your collection. Pam

Anonymous said...

I'm dreaming of that house as the cold Michigan wind blows today. Thank you for the chance to win some of your fabric. SandyG

saltandpepper said...

Love the Midwinter Reds fabrics.Have always enjoyed the pictures of Polly's houses. I remember her MI home too and the log cabin on the island. All nice.Funny how we all change our styles/homes through the years.
Christine

MoeWest said...

I could be very happy in your dream home. Thanks for the giveaway. I love the combination of red and tan.

suz said...

I've just received some charm packs and mini charm packs of your Indigo Crossing fabric - this fabric would look so pretty with that! I'm also making a quilt that requires about 8 yards of red fabric...this would be a good start! Thanks for the opportunity to see these beautiful fabrics.

Janelle said...

I was totally drawn in to Indigo Crossing and I am way more of a red girl, so I can't wait to see more of this line and what you make from it!!

emmy said...

Love your Midwinter Reds. My living room is red & white with some blue. Have used your Prairie Pailsey 2 & and Independence Trail, so am looking forward to your new Midwinter Reds.

kathy said...

I love your reds and I love the blues in Polly's house--that just might be my dream house too!

Anonymous said...

Love those reds can't wait for them to be in the stores.

Shannon said...

Oh my!!! I just found my new favorite fabric!!! :) I'm so excited!!! Love the house you ladies picked. Gorgeous!

SheilaS said...

I love those reds. You can never have enough reds!!!!

~Kris~ said...

What a neat post. Your dream house is awesome. I think I would install a chair lift to the beach! Love the reds.

Nyla said...

I'll come right out and say it, Love your Midwinter reds and I want some! (Midwinter blues sounds good too, maybe next year)

Donna said...

I am a big fan of house quilts also. Your project looks interesting and very scrappy, I look forward to seeing how it will turn out. I love your fabric designs and patterns. I always enjoy Polly's house also!

Donna H

Caroline said...

You know, I've always wondered if people's homes really looked like the pictures. Now that I know they do.... Sigh. DEFINITELY not me! Those reds are lovely. They make such an interesting pattern, can't wait to see the finished result!

Schatzi said...

I adore red & white!

Vicki said...

Nothing better than red and white! LOVE yours!

dortha said...

I just love red fabric and blue and pink and so on. I think the reds are gorgeous.

Deb C. said...

Reds are such a tricky color to mix and match. I would love to win these as they are the perfect shade.

Kristy said...

I am certain I could move right into your house and be happy as a lark. I love the midwinter reds....so inspired! Kristy soardkg@fuse.net

MahSistersQuiltTrunk said...

Lots of stairs but I love you choice. Can't wait for the new line. Have a pattern in mind already. Wishing all who read this a great day.

Anonymous said...

Love the reds! My favorite color.
dwkinney@cox.net

christineschoon said...

Just to be able to make something of these lovely fabrics...these colours make my heart sing ;-)

Hotquilts said...

Red is so beautiful in the middle of a Februray snowstorm! Love the house picture and thaks ofr a chance to win fabric

AJ GM said...

Polly's house is as inspirational as your patterns and fabrics. What I really want to know though is; what's Polly's house like at Christmas?!?!

Becky said...

Looking forward to see the quilt using your made fabric. Love houses! Happy Wednesday!

Sheryl said...

I got to meet you at Holly Hill in Nov. Enjoyed your craft!!

Sherrill said...

I LOVE red..pretty much ANYTHING red! So I know your reds will be fabulous. And that house is AWESOME! Thanks for the giveaway.

Bev said...

It is amazing how you turn out one beautiful collection after the other! I haven't stopped drooling over Indigo Crossing yet and now there is going to be another one to wish for!

Michelle said...

I love your reds as well! I swoon for red! :)

Anonymous said...

the new material is outstanding as usual - just in time for a star spangled summer - Would be wonderful to win!! Happy Spring to you and polly - simply, deb himes

The Rx quilter said...

Can I come visit your dream house? I love red and tan...cant wait to see the finished product! Lisa in Texas

Kyle said...

Can't wait to see the new fabric in person. Your dream house is lovely with great exercise built in.

Sandra Henderson said...

Boy, once you live on the ocean, you look at that beautiful home differently. lol What a maintenance nightmare!~ lol But, yes,,, dream big is what I say. I just hope it comes with a staff to keep it up.
Pretty fabrics

the girlfriend gap said...

I have seen Polly's house in magazines .... so beautiful and comfy to me. Thanks for sharing all your lovely creations. janita

Anonymous said...

I would love those reds! I am so tired of the gray winter days! SWarren

Jane Tetmeyer said...

Enjoy seeing your fabric, patterns and books. I have quite a collection. Love the quilt and hooked rug combinations.

TheLazyQuilter said...

Agree with all - the reds are georgeous! :)

quilter said...

I like anything that you two do and RED is an added bonus. My favorite color. Love your dream beach house - sure better than A2 at this time. I remember winter weather in Michigan.

Gloria
gyates625@bellsouth.net

Helen L said...

Those reds in your "new" fabric are lovely!! And that dream house? WOW! Maybe I'll join you in your dream! :-P

Emma said...

Red & White, Blue & White, both of your new lines are winners. I'm on a red/white kick right now, gathering fabrics for several ideas floating in my head. Thanks for another delightful giveaway.

Logan O'Bier said...

Oooo...so looking forward to this fabric!!!

Kim said...

Wow--love the blue and white decor! I wish I possessed some magazine styling skills....or housecleaning skills for that matter! LOL

I also love all of the reds.

kbo said...

I love red's and Polly's home.

Marie said...

The new reds are beautiful!

Julie said...

Midwinter Reds couldn't be more alluringly beautiful. I'd love to slip some in my stash!

Anonymous said...

I am so excited about these reds! I hope they're coming soon!
Karen L.

Anonymous said...

I cannot wait for these reds to become available!
Karen L.

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