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July 09, 2007

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zose

there is a lot of pink in that pile!

:P

Mama Urchin

That chenille looks wonderful.

Violet & Rose

Hmmmm. Chenille. I never picked you as a chenille kind of gal. In a dressing gown and fluffy slippers and your hair in rollers at midday, yes. Very keen to see what you make of it. I have some sitting here, waiting to be sewn into a quilt for another quiltless off-spring.

sally

Love your piles! Can't wait to see how you transform those piles into beautiful pieces. The dark grey fabric on the bottom is one of my favorites...I've been using it on everything around here.

amisha

what a perfect pile of potential. the chenille looks like great fun!

Kristen

Yeah, that dotty chennile holds lots of potential. Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.

Kristen

ps. Biscotti didn't even get a chance to cool down.

Fiona

Love all your fabrics. Expecially the chenille. Can't wait to see what you make

newgreenshoes

I just discovered your blog and enjoyed reading your birth stories.

I love the dotty chenille, in fact it's inspired me to ebay it, I haven't seen it in different colours like that before.

Sarah

newgreenshoes

Sue

Ooh I love the vintage chenille too. I ordered a packet of her chenille a few months back, but havent found the right project for it yet. I love all your other fabrics too. I hope your world is a bit calmer now too.

Nancy

lovely fabric
it's so nice to see chenille.
am interested to see how you work with it.

Joanna

All the fabric looks so yummy. Have fun with it! :)

Camilla

little fabric shoes, lined in chenille, with a fab 'bakelite' vintage button on top. I was going to make new nephew some tiny, fall-themed shoes (seen on 'ohelene dot net/blog')but just couldn't commit to a lining. Monkee fabric was too synthetic,and fur was too dead. Chenille it is. Al, You're a genius (just bask in the glow, you've earned it) type at you soon... loving the path your mind is taking these days! xxooxx Cami

shula

Look how that colour palette is lightening!

Stand by...

erika

Love the fabrics, that pile looks inspiring and good for restocking your etsy-shop,
looking forward to see those screenprints.

Lor

I have just found your blog and love it. Love the piles of fabric - there is nothing better than looking at a pile of fabric before it is cut. Looking forward to seeing what you do with it all!

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