Thursday, June 11, 2009

Boho Baby
I don't think I have shown you this quilt yet. Do you remember the original boho baby? Black, cream and turquoise prints from our Bohemian Rhapsody collection. The pattern has been selling strong and is currently in our shop, so I thought I would re-make it using current fabrics that we had. This quilt features fabrics from Mingle & About town by Monaluna for Robert Kauffman fabrics as well as two handsprays from RJR fabrics all available in our shop! I can't wait to see this one quilted. We would love to see your interpretation of this pattern.

On another note, you might be wondering why you haven't heard much from us of late. Myra and I have been designing like CRAZY, our pencils barely come off the paper and then we get another idea....oh what to do with all the ideas. We have been working on more magazine work, some freelance designs for Robert Kauffman and getting ready for a few events this fall, yeah you heard me fall. We haven't even had summer and we are working towards fall, also looking forward to next spring and making preparations for then too. I can't tell you what that's all about yet :)

And to top if off our school year here in Canada is coming to a close at the end of this month. There have been school field trips, swimming days and track and field day are yet to come. I was at a petting farm yesterday with my son and his grade 1 class. That just proves it's been a long time since I have had a "baby".

Hope you have a great day!

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annette said...

I've always loved this pattern. Now I just need the time, and of course, the pattern :):)

Looking forward to your new projects. Maybe one day y'all come down NC, VA way!??? (fingers crossed!)

Jean said...

If your dropping hints about another "baby" best talk to hubby!!! LoL.... Your preaching to the choir..... our "baby" just turned 24 on Friday! Now my babies are having babies!
Enjoy.... don't forget to spend time with the family.... Summer was always my favorite time with the kids! I always hated to see them go back to school in the Fall. Even when they started to get a little bored by the end of the Summer... it was always nice to be able to sleep in a bit and spend time doing fun things with the kids. Enjoy... they grow up wayyy to fast!