Its the last day of the ReannaLily Designs blog birthday party! Look for a gift give-away each day this week. The contests will be open until Monday the 23rd. On the 23rd (5pm Central Time) I will draw a winner from each day and post the lucky names. Good luck and thanks for coming to the party!
Oh my goodness. Today is the last day! It has been a very fun blogland birthday party and a wonderful couple years. Here's to many more! I've been fortunate to have many supporters and make many friends along the way in this business. ReannaLily Designs has also had the opportunity to work with some excellent fabric companies.
Today's gift is a collection of HALF YARD CUTS from the various companies I've had the pleasure of working with in the previous year.
First there's Art Gallery Fabrics. As you know, I authored and illustrated 7 of the Art Gallery Fabric sewing patterns. I learned so much from that experience. I'm including 5 HALF YARD CUTS from Art Gallery Fabrics.
Next, Northcott Fabrics. QuiltWoman.com partnered (sort-a, that might not be the right word there) with Northcott to bring independent pattern designers directly to the fabric. I worked with a couple different fabric lines, releasing 2 patterns in the fall and remaking a couple of my other covers in the Northcott pallet. ReannaLily Designs will be releasing 3 more Northcott patterns this October. For this blow-out gift, I'm including a total of 1 1/2 YARDS of Mark Lipinski's Home Elements.
Lastly, Michael Miller fabrics. Wait... I don't currently have a pattern on the market that is exclusively Michael Miller fabrics... BUT have you seen the October 2010 edition of Quilter's World? Oh goodness, my Circle Purse is featured in the In The Bag article. (I'm planning a whole blog post on the magazine, but I didn't realize the October Issue would be out so soon.) The Circle Purse is made with Laura Gunn's Lantern Bloom. For the blow-out celebration, I'm including 4 HALF YARD CUTS of Lantern Bloom.
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