Sunday, July 19, 2009

Coming Soon

We have mentioned that their will be a lot of our projects featured in magazines this fall, and you will be seeing them on shelves very shortly. It has been hard to keep all of the 'insider info' to ourselves, so we have devised a way to give you a few hints.

This is actually the method my brother and I would use on each other in our teenage years. We would never write out the other person's phone message, we would draw a riddle instead...and if you couldn't figure out the riddle, you never got your message. (Here's an example. If John called, by brother would draw a toilet.) There were some pretty creative drawings going on in our house. However, we will take it a little easier on you.

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you will find our project in an issue of

And the name of the project is:

And it features the fabric from this designer.

Anyone want to take a guess?

See you soon.


susan said...

Aug 2
American Patchwork and Quilting
(have not got a clue-but still working on it)
Heather Bailey-Zag Stripe
Somewhere close? lol

annette said...

October issue of American Patchwork, "Caesar's Curves" using Heather Bailey fabric???

Marcy said...

Aug 2 American Patchwork & Quilting
Design name "Head Way"?

susan said...

Roman/roamin curves?

Jean said...

Boy, I would never have gotten any messages at your house!!! I rotten at this! But I did go to Heather Bailey's site and I really enjoy her stuff!
Guess I will have to wait with the rest of the world! LoL...

Marcy said...

I am leaning towards Susan's guess, Roamin curves....

mrspesti said...


(Ok so i kinda cheated i just got my magazine in the mail)

Totally LOVE IT and cant wait to try it !!!!!!!!

susan said...

It was fun to try and figure it out- now you know we have great imaginations-but should not quit our day jobs to become CSI or the like. lol

ka said...

Yeah - definitely would not have got your phone messages. These sorts of guessing games would be right up among my least favourite things - probably right behind spelling things phonetically (which I often used to have to do at work). It's so obvious once you see it, but I really cannot get my head to wrap around on its own.

I should show it to my mom, though, and see what she thinks. She rocks at stuff like this. And writing things so you have to hold it up to a mirror to read it. She can write that way as quickly as the normal way. One of those, "I have no idea how you discovered you can do that" sorts of things...