July 9, 2010


Ooh, so excited.  I just found out that these charm packs are on the way:

Cute, right?  Let me tell you, they are even cuter in person.

I anticipate their arrival sometime in the middle of next week.  I went ahead and put them up for sale in my Etsy store, as a preorder.  Any preorders will ship the day after I receive them from Moda. 

I am also slated to receive bolts of fabric in the following prints, though I haven't received shipment notification yet:

Can't.  Wait.

In other news, I totally forgot to blog about the arrival of Freebird by MoMo!  These are my first Moda fabrics, and I'm very excited.  I LOVE LOVE LOVE the colors of this line.  So earthy, yet colorful, all at the same time.
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As always, Moda fabrics are limited editions, so get them while you can!

Lastly, I'm embarrassed.  But I'm going to tell you about it instead of pretending it never happened.  See, a few posts down, I have this snazzy little (ahem, big) graphic regarding a sale I was having. I am pretty proud of it, all in all.  Just now, as in six weeks after hitting the worldwideinterweb, I looked it over and realized . . . I somehow forgot to spell check.  That's right, feel free, go look at it.  I apparently do not know how to spell the word collection.  Awesome.

1 comment:

  1. I love that Fandango charm pack. I'm going to start using it for the skirts I make. I have already made several out of Kate Spain's Verna charm pack. Her designs are so lovely and fresh. I can't wait to see this one! Thanks for the heads up.

    And I love love love Freebird too. Not just the designs but also the feel of the cotton. Some of the designs have a real vintage look to them. They makes gorgeous aprons and hairbands.