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February 06, 2011


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Sona Jacob

Loved your fabric strike-offs. Was just wondering that the logo looked very digital and vector-graphicky, but the fabric looks very painterly and layered. Seems a bit of a mismatch. I do think it would be much nicer and more cohesive if the logo also had a painterly, arty feel.
Just a thought, though...

Whitney W

Ooooh! I cannot wait for this fabric to come out! That is not a strike-off, it is a teaser. What is so exciting is I can buy as much as I want with the complete support of my hubby :) That will be a first time in my fabric world.
Congrats! May is too far away (for those of us waiting anyway).


Whitney - Thanks! Can't wait for you to see it in person!
Sona - I completely agree. I'm planning on plugging in my textured color for the final version of the logo - I just don't know how to do that yet. I'll figure it out eventually... :-)


Love. Love. Love. the fabric!!!!! Absolutely beautiful. You are terrible talented.
Excited for the studio to come together for you. Progress always seems to go backwards before it goes forward doesn't it! Good luck with getting everything ready for market!

Edith Songer

I especially think the pink and green ones look nice, at least on my computer. When is Quilt Market again? My brain is a sieve.
Can't wait!


I LOVE the fabric!!! I can't wait for it to come out so I can get my hands on it!

Kim S.

I love the colorways. Very pretty prints.


I'm a sucker for little birdies and love the blue and red combo! Your studio will be worth it and hopefully you get to enjoy it for a while! You are doing amazing things Shelley! :0)


Thanks for all the love, ladies! Your enthusiasm gives me the strength to continue working through all the stress and mess of my many projects right now. I appreciate it!


Very eye catching! I personally love the *pink & orange* combo...gets me everytime! :) The logo is cute. Are you calling the collection "The Garden Club?" The logo will come to you when you can actually see and touch your new fabrics! If you need any help at all doing a "mock" set up of your booth I am willing and able to help! :) Good luck..you are doing a fabulous job.

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