Friday, January 28, 2011

Art Gallery Fabric GIVEAWAY and Interview

Hello Everyone,

By now many of you are familiar with Art Gallery fabrics. If you aren't, you definitely should be. They are designed beautifully with vibrant colors and are made from a beautifully soft cotton. I have been carrying them in my shop here and love them!

But I would like you to become more familiar with their creator, designer, artist, quilter, sewist, and talented lady. Please take the time to read this wonderful interview, I am sure you will find some things about her and the design process that are enlightening.

Also, at the end there will be a BIG giveaway! So without further adieu, I would like to introduce you to Pat Bravo.


1. Pat, you are a wonderful designer, seamstress, quilter, and crafter, how long have you been sewing and how did you initially become interested in this wonderful craft?

Thanks for the "wonderful" part! Truth is, I was only 9 years old when I threaded my first needle… and couldn't stop since! I've always been into arts and crafts of many sorts (including home improvement, now that's an art!), although I never went for a formal art education. Everything I know today is a result of experimenting and just overall pure passion for sewing, fabrics and design.



2. There are so many aspects of sewing, designing, creating, what aspect of sewing is your favorite?

Sewing is such a wonderful experience! The fact of creating something from scratch is double-rewarding; on one hand, you get to keep the brand-new project for yourself (or maybe use it as a gift for someone special), and, on the other hand, you get that feeling of satisfaction and self-realization that no one can take away from you. So I'd have to say that the actual creation part is my most favorite.



3. When you are designing a project, what is the process that you go through to achieve the final design?

Every single project has a common starting point; I sit down with my team and think "What does the modern woman need and want in a bag/quilt/garment?".

In every project I try to combine both functionality and style to create something that the sewer can find not only useful but also beautiful. For example, if I'm going to create a project for a tote bag, I think "Where is she going with this bag?", "How many pockets will she need?" "What items will she carry?", so by taking this questions as a starting point, I can then decide what fabrics and notions go well with the type of project.



4. When your fabric company broke into the quilting industry, you had some of the most unique and beautiful fabric out there. The quality, colors, and designs are gorgeous. Can you tell us a little bit about your company and how it came to be as well as the process that goes into making your gorgeous fabrics?

Thanks again for all the compliments! Well as I told you before, I've always been into arts and crafts, so designing fabric for me was a natural process…

My first steps as an entrepreneur though, were into embroidery, believe it or not. I used to do all sorts of home decor, kitchen and bath items and sell them at home parties… it was so much fun! But then I started getting into hand-painting… and what did I paint? Fabric! I started experimenting with different techniques and colors, and a couple of years later, Art Gallery Fabrics was born.

The making of the fabric is such an extensive and fascinating process! Once the print is designed, it is sent to Asia where the printing process begins; screens are made specially for each design, and, once the exact color is achieved (to get to the right color, workers mix tones by hand until reaching perfection), the fabric is painted through the screens, and after some finishes, the fabrics is fresh and ready to go.


5. Personally, I have always wondered how long it takes to make one single fabric design, from its beginning design process to the time it takes to get that design onto fabric and out to the consumer. Can you explain how it all works?

Well, the time it takes always varies. As a designer, I always use a color palette as a starting point for a new collection; until I haven't decided the colors, I can’t really do anything else! Once I have the colors, I then start letting my imagination flow… I can be working on a print for couple of days or… more than a month until I achieve the design I have in mind!! My inspiration is always a balanced mixture between the trends for the season, and my own instinct and likes that drives me to create a new line of fabric. I always think that every print has to work for sewing as well as quilting… hope it's working so far!





6. You also have a line of threads with Signature that coordinate with your fabrics. I own them all and use them on my long arm on customer quilts. They are wonderful colors! What inspired you to come up with a line of threads and can you explain the process?

As you may have noticed by now, I'm a total color-freak! Color is such an important aspect of each and every one of my designs, that I thought it would be a shame not to have the right color of thread to match them… As a fabric designer, quilter and sewer I've found myself very limited as far as the variety of color threads available in the market. I've seen the need for newer and fresher colors to bring my fabric designs to life, and I believe my palette for Signature threads does exactly that.




7. Where do you see yourself as a designer in 10 years from now?

10 years from now… Well, I hope that my designs can translate into other kind of products aside fabrics, and that many people can enjoy them the same way quilters and sewers do today. Oh!... and also hope to be able to get back to my sewing room like the old days!


I hope you all have enjoyed this interview!! Fantastic, thank you Pat for your inspiration!


Now for the giveaway, there will be 2 prizes!! You have seen the wonderful photos throughout the post, right?


Well the first prize consists of a package of:


PURE ELEMENTS: The purest hues meet Art Gallery Fabrics' soft hand and superior quality. The line features 10 tantalizing colors, carefully selected to match most of our collections.


The second prize consists of a package of:

PARADISE: A celebration of florals with a modern interpretation; it has a vintage feel that transports us to the 19th Century French Chateaus. From home dec to fashion accessories, two interchangeable palettes will allow you to create infinite possibilities.

Both beautiful lines of fabric from Art Gallery! So this means TWO winners!!

The rules:
1. Leave a comment on this post (you MUST have a way for me to reach you, i.e. e-mail)
2. Visit Pat's blog and say hello, tell her I sent you. You won't be sorry! Come back and let me know you visited her for your second entry!
3. If you care for a third entry, you may blog, tweet, facebook, etc. If you do come back and leave me a note saying you did.

The giveaway will remain open until Midnight, February 2! Good luck to all!!

If you can't wait for some of this luscious fabric you can find it in my shop and some of her other lines too!

*** The giveaway is now closed. Stay tuned for the BIG winners! Thank you to all who entered***

Until Next Time...

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Lesly said...

I have always admired Art Gallery lines. What a nice interview with the designer!

Kasey said...

i love starting my morning with pictures of beautiful fabric and a fun interview to read! Makes for a great day. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

Anita in Florida said...

Thanks for the giveaway chance. The fabrics look awesome, and a really great interview. Fun!

moonsword said...

Gorgeous fabrics! Thank you for the interview. It's interesting to learn about the evolution of the business, starting with embroidery, flowing all the way to these beautiful designs. Amazing how one's path can meander, following its own muse.

Joan and Kevin said...

I just love the fabric. It is sooo beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway.

kimland said...

Those fabrics are lucious! thanks for giving us chance to own some, mmmmm...

Anita in Florida said...

I just visited Pat's wonderful blog...left a comment but the only place to leave a comment was on Jan 22 post.

Susanne said...

What great fabrics! Thanks for the Chance!

Best wishes
Susanne

moonsword said...

I visited Pat and commented on her The Colorful Weekend Begins! post. Thank you so much for featuring her work!

Becky said...

These fabrics are amazing. Thanks for the insight into pat bravo!

kimland said...

I just took a peek @ Pat's site and blog! I think I am going to be late for work now, as I got consumed by the colors. They are just so beautiful. I paricularily liked her inspirations. Again, thanks for opening this door... I shall be back!

Sarah Craig said...

These are such luscious colors! Thanks for the chance to win!!

liberal sprinkles said...

Thanks for the chance to win this. I already follow Pat's work, which is lovely!

Linda said...

The fabrics are beautiful, she's such a talented lady! Thanks for a great post and the chance to win!

liberal sprinkles said...

tweeted
http://twitter.com/#!/liberalsprinkle/status/30957316572450816

Stephanie said...

I love her fabrics. The color palette is very gorgeous and those solids are fantastic. And I really like that designers are starting to have threads that coordinate with their fabrics. Thank you for sharing Pat with us. I just visited her blog/web site. Wow such great tutorials and free projects. (only one entry in your giveaway is fine)

Martina said...

Love those fabric! Thanks for the interview! And for the chance to win such great goodies!

Martina said...

Just hopped over to Pat. Love her blog and follow her now! Thanks for introducing her!

Dorian said...

Thanks for introducing us to Art Gallery fabrics. I have not seen much of the line, but I just love that Pure line! And thanks for a chance of winning some.

Dorian said...

I stopped by and said hello to Pat!

Lee said...

Thanks for the interview and I love the art gallery lines.
thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Lee said...

When over to Pats place and said hi! thanks again!

Michele said...

How lovely! I'm going to have add this talented designer to my ever-growing list. Bravo!

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

What a wonderful interview, thanks!!

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I jumped over and said hi to Pat :)

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I facebook-ed about the giveaway :)

Helle said...

Gorgeous fabrics! and nice interview. Thanks for the chance! Greetings from Seoul, hesabella(at)gmail(dot)com

Connecticut Chronichols said...

Hi Jackie, great interview with Pat Bravo today. I just love those fabrics. Thanks for this give away opportunity and thaks also fornyour wonderful podcast.

Sue

Jen said...

I LOVE Art Gallery Fabrics. They're some of my favorites. Thanks for the opportunity to win some!

Connecticut Chronichols said...

Hi Jackie, me again. I just visited Pat's website and i am now a subscriber to her blog. Thanks again,
Sue. Suebasket at aol dot com

Linda K said...

Absolutely beautiful colors!! And I love the threads to match. I'm always interested in how that fabric gets from the designer to my sewing table. Great interview. Thanks for the chance to win

karenfae said...

wonderful colors and nice to know more about her. Count me in.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

karenfae said...

I just went over to Pat's blog to see what she has and have put her blog on my google reader so I can keep visiting her site too.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

lovely post and thank you for this opportunity....

Stray Stitches said...

Pat has created some beautiful lines of fabric. Thank you for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

Mommarock said...

Oh you have me dreaming of color. I feel like I need to go and visit the paint chip section and mix and match some chips. Now I will never be a fabric designer, but yours are just spectacular. I love to put colors together. It is so fun.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

was just over to see Pat..told her you sent me...lovely work there also...

Sara said...

I drool over Pat Bravo's fabric:P Amazing colors!!!

Anya said...

Lovely fabrics and great interview! Thanks for the chance, Jackie!

Dresden Quilter said...

I love her fabrics. I have many of the Sugar ones. Thanks for the giveaway.

Anya said...

I just went over and commented on Pat's blog...Thanks for the second chance!

Sara said...

Moseyed over to Pat's blog and gave her some love!!

LynCC said...

What a fun interview! Thanks for the giveaway :D

Johanna said...

I love her fabrics and have been reading her blog for a long time. Thank you for the giveaway and the great interview!

Barb said...

I so enjoyed learning about Pat, her fabrics are delicious....just the kind of eye popper a quilter loves. Thanks for introducing her to me. I may have seen her fabrics but didn't know who she was.

Barb said...

I went over like you asked and I must say that she has an awesome blog. She has three pages of free quilt patterns. Fun tutorials and sewing projects...thanks again.

Barb said...

I blogged about your giveaway on my left sidebar...

Caro said...

Nice interview. Would love a chance at your great giveaway.

Julee said...

Thanks for the GREAT giveaway.

Gina said...

I love Art Gallery fabrics especially Girly Girl and Oval Elements. Thanks for the interview and the chance to win a giveaway.

Gina said...

I visited Pat's blog and signed up for her newsletter.

Darlene said...

Thanks for sharing the interview! It is nice to get to know the creativity beyond her fantastic line of fabric. I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. Thanks for a chance to win some lovely fabric too!

Diane N said...

Thanks for sharing the interview and the great giveaway!

Diane N said...

I went over and visited Pat and told her you sent me! I am now a follower of her too!

Petit Design Co. said...

I'm so excited for those beautiful solids, are they available already?

Petit Design Co. said...

I gave pat some blog love

Petit Design Co. said...

I added your giveaway to the weekly linky post at my other blog (Quilty Giveaways):
http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com/2011/01/january-24th-january-30th-giveaways.html

Kathryn said...

Thanks for the introduction to Pat's lovely fabric.

Kathryn said...

I visited Pat's blog and left her a nice message. Kathie L in Allentown

zarina said...

Yes colors do make a project go tick and without them I don't think I will go far on any projects.

Freda said...

Awesome interview Jackie. Thanks.

Kathy said...

Love this fabric line!!!

Freda said...

I posted on Pats blog.

Kathy said...

Went over to Pats - I am really liking those solids!

Nancy said...

Great interview...I love reading where inspiration hits...and those fabrics...yummy

hdmoosie said...

I love both the pure Elements and Paradise lines. It was interesting to learn that she started with a needle and thread at age 9. i have a granddaughter that is 11 who is sewing now and is a wonderful artist also. I will be showing her your blog as I try to show her what kind of things her combinations of talents can lead to, that she doesn't have to pick just one. Thank you for the great interview and for the give a way.

Jenn said...

What fantastic fabrics! Thanks for the great giveaway :D

Jenn said...

I've been a follower of Pat's blog for awhile now. She is awesome!

Nancy said...

well gee...thanks for being an enabler. of course I had to add her blog to my reader list...

Jenn said...

added giveaway to my facebook and twitter!

Terriaw said...

Pat's fabrics are always so elegant with such gorgeous colors! I love how her collections coordinate so well, especially the newer elements prints. So cool to learn more about her through this interview. Thank you for the chance to win.
tadawilhelm@hotmail.com

K@ren said...

What a great interview!!

Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

krencamp(at)gmail(dot)com

K@ren said...

I also follow pat's blog!


krencamp(at)gmail(dot)com

Sequana said...

Thank you for the nice interview. I'm always drawn to Pat's fabrics as I swing around the net.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful fabrics!! Please enter me in the drawing.
Justine

robin said...

Hi - nice interview! Thanks for the giveaway of gorgeous fabrics!

arjanz at xplornet dot com

robin said...

I went to Pat Bravo's blog and told her you sent me!

robin said...

I just blogged about your recent giveaway at: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/01/giveaway-at-canton-village-quilt-works.html

Thanks so much! :)

DianeY said...

Nice interview! I always love Pat's fabrics!

sharon said...

Thanks for the great interview with Pat Bravo! So interesting to read about the designer's process and inspiration.

Tania Grim said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE Pat ! Im currently using her girly Girl fabric on a quilt for my daughter!
grimtania at gmail dot com

sharon said...

I visited Pat's site and left a comment. Glad I did too! Loads of eye candy and inspiration there! Thank you!

Diane said...

Great Interview!!! I agree w/ Pat ... creating something from scratch is the best :) I love the colors & designs of Art Gallery fabrics - vibrant & upbeat!

Kirsten said...

Art Gallery fabrics are amazing, thanks so much for the chance to win!

kirsten_13@hotmail.com

WoolenSails said...

Beautiful fabrics. I want to do more free motion and I can imagine making a quilt with these and doing some beautiful floral motifs on them.

Debbie

Diane said...

Just visited Pat's blog ... another one for me to follow :) Thank you!

WoolenSails said...

I went over and visited Pat and left a comment.

Debbie

WoolenSails said...

I left a comment on facebook too.

Debbie

jednoiglec said...

Great giveaway! I love Art Gallery fabrics and winning some would be awesome:)

What Comes Next? said...

beautiful fabrics! and thanks for the chane to meet Pat Bravo!

jednoiglec said...

I've been on Pat's blog, but this wasn't first time when I've been there:)

Amy said...

I am actually working on a BOM with Art Gallery fabrics and they are great to work with. :) Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Pat is such a talented designer. Love her fabric.

Amy said...

Visited Pat's blog & commented. Thank you again for the opportunity to win!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I stopped over at Pat's and left a comment :-)

Lynn said...

The colors are fabulous! Thanks for an informative interview. And a chance to win such beautiful fabrics.

9patchnurse said...

I have loved her fabrics for a while and it was nice to get to know her a little. I just love those colors and yahoo for the threads!!

9patchnurse said...

I just checked out Pat's blog and website. There's so much to see I subscribed so I can get back there and keep up with COLOR, color, color, color! Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful fabrics. Thanks for the give away. Hannah

mhtrkeller@fairpoint.net

Amy said...

great interview!

Amy said...

I visited pat's blog,

arlette said...

I have always admired Art Gallery lines, thank you for the interview!!!

arlette said...

I visited pat and left her a comment :*

Lee Ann said...

The floral line looks fabulous. And, I wouldn't mind the solids! Thanks for the interview and giveaway.

Lee Ann said...

I visited Pat's blog and left a comment. :-)

Lee Ann said...

I tweeted!

http://twitter.com/#!/dlk3265/status/31027660415045634

Heartsdesire said...

A great interview with Pat. What an enthusiastic and creative person she is. Love her fabric line.

Heartsdesire said...

I visited Pat's blog and now I'm following her.

MollyP said...

Art Gallery fabrics are gorgeous! The colors and prints just jump off the fabric at you. Thanks for the lovely interview.

MollyP said...

I dropped a note to Pat Bravo. She's fab. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

Terre said...

Left a comment on Pat's Blog in the Color Mode blog post. This is a wonderful/colorful giveaway.

Terre said...

Jackie, so nice to have come across your site. It has been refreshing!

Terre said...

posted this to my facebook. Teresa Downum

Terre said...

shared this on my blog.
master-piecesquilts.blogspot.com

Carol in E TN said...

Thanks for the interview!

Carol in E TN said...

I went to Pat's blog and left a message on her latest post. Great site and fabrics.

Sandy said...

Love Pat's fabrics! Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

Sandy said...

I am a follower of Pat's.

Merete said...

Great interview, it must be wonderful being a designer! By the way, I got the Soul Blossom FQ's today - I love them :o)

Merete said...

i visited Pats blog and are now a follower :o)

Sewnuts said...

Very interesting interview - and the fabrics are "eye-candy" for quilters!Going to have a look at her blog and site now! Thanks!

tisme said...

I just love those fabrics. the colors speak to me!

tisme said...

I jumped over to Pat`s, and want to thank you for sending us. I will be visiting her shop lots more for great ideas. So now I have two!

Vicki said...

Thanks for the info on Pat and how she designs her fabric. I've used some of her earlier designs and they are great. Thanks for the opportunity to win some of her newer lines.

Vicki said...

I visited Pat's blog and let her a comment.

epban said...

Pat's fabrics are wonderful to work with and oh so vibrant. Love them!

epban said...

I went to Pat's blog and said Hi!

Angela D. said...

I went to her blog and posted a comment. Her fabrics are so pretty.

Angela D. said...

What a great giveaway. I love her colors.

Ann said...

I would like to work with these pretty fabrics . Hope I win them ! I also commented on the blog .

Barb said...

I love Pat's color choices. They are so scrumptious; I just want to hoard them all! lol

Linda E in AZ said...

It's good to learn about Art Gallery fabrics!

Barb said...

I left a comment on Pat's blog telling her how much I love her new Pure Elements color palette.

teachpany said...

I love the fabric from Art Gallery. Great interview, and interesting questions/responses. Thanks.

Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

That was fun! I do love the feel of art gallery fabrics...they're so silky. :) Great giveaway! :)

Susannah said...

Thank you so much for the opportunity to win such beautiful fabrics!

Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

I went to Pat's blog. I know exactly what I want to do with those solids! I so hope I win them! :)

Susannah said...

Left a comment at Pat's blog... Thank you so much!
Susannah
fiberchick@rogers.com

patricia said...

Delicious. Can I play?

Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

I tweeted.

http://twitter.com/#!/particulates

patricia said...

Left Pat a weel-deserved compliment.

MoeWest said...

I enjoyed reading your interview with Pat. I follow her blog too and I just love her fabric and designs. Thanks for the giveaway.

MoeWest said...

I left a comment on Pat's blog.

MoeWest said...

I tweeted about your giveaway.

Willa said...

I visited Pat's blog.

Willa said...

Beautiful palette of colors.

Thanks,

Joy said...

Thanks for the interview...and the chance to win some of Pat's lovely fabric!

Shelley Vogel said...

I adore the Art Gallery fabrics. Thanks for offering the giveaway & also the chance to get to know Pat Bravo a little better.

vickilw said...

Love reading about talented people and their inspiration process. Especially relating to all things FABRIC...Thanks for the great blogspot
Vicki

Victoria said...

Hoping that my own love of color will lead me to something as wonderful as Art Gallery Fabrics

Always Sewing said...

Thanks for a wonderful interview and a fabulous giveaway.

vickilw said...

Popped on over to Pat's blog and have now added her to my google account and also following her on facebook as well. Thanks

Scrapycandy said...

I love stopping by and this fabric is terrific!

Cathi said...

Those fabrics are all gorgeous! Love 'em! :-)

Scrapycandy said...

Just came back from Pat's blog...it seems like being a designer is pretty exciting work!

Cathi said...

I also went over to Pat's blog and have added her to my Reader.

Cathi said...

I also went over to Pat's blog and have added her to my Reader.

Christine M said...

Thanks for the great interview. I love reading about designers and how they go about it.

Christine M said...

Just back from 'visiting' Pat's blog. I just love the colours she uses.

Agneta Ekholm said...

What a nice interview! I was happy to find your blog!

Agneta Ekholm said...

And I also went right over to Pat's blog and said hello to her!

Trudi said...

Great post! Thanks for the opportunity to play some more, these are such beautiful fabrics. Paradise FQs are my current play mate, I'd be thrilled to welcome some more play mates to join them!

Trudi said...

And I've just been to visit Pat at her blog too! (now mopping the drool!)

Delores said...

Great interview1 Would love the chance to win one of her fabric giveaways....

Delores said...

Just visited Pat's blog - great!! Love her free patterns.....

Quiltin' Sandy said...

Hi Jackie, great giveaway, gorgeous fabrics!
sandangels1945@hotmail.com

Deb said...

I love Art Gallery fabrics. Such gorgeous designs and colours

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I have visited Pat's blog and signed up for her newsletter! :)
sandangels1945@hotmail.com

Robyn G. said...

Hi Jackie, what a wonderful interview with Pat... thankyou!
I love her fabrics and especially her colours!
So fresh and vibrant and 'wanted'.

Thanks for the chance to be int his giveaway..cannot resist.
Now I'm off to visit Pat and share on fb :-)

Robyn G. said...

Yep 'fb-ed' it and visited Pat...as you say, worth a visit.
Thanks again for the chance...
wonderful line fo colours :-)

debgins said...

Love the colors! I think it's a great idea to produce thread that matches the fabrics! The new colors don't always go with the thread I have at home

Mary Lou said...

Beautiful, just beautiful.

Poppyprint said...

I love Pat's designs, and that cake plate of solids is simply stunning. The threads look amazing - I wonder if anyone is carrying them here in Canada? THanks for sharing Pat!

Poppyprint said...

I went for a visit over on Pat's blog. The photos of her fabric collections are gorgeous!

Poppyprint said...

Your giveaway is posted to my FB profile!

Lindsay said...

I love reading "behind the scenes"

lindsay.forgette at gmail dot com

Deanna said...

I guess trendy has its place, but these fabrics have a timeless appeal that make them useful in any sort of project. Thanks for the chance.

Cory said...

I love Pat's fabrics and have been following her blog for quite a while. Thank you. Take care and God bless, Cory

Cory said...

I left a comment for Pat saying you said hi. Take care and God bless, Cory

Shirleyquilts said...

The colors are yummy. I'd love to win one of the giveaways (of course). :-)

AStarrA said...

All the fabrics shown are beautiful!
disintegratingstarr@hotmail.com

Shirleyquilts said...

Also left a comment on Pat's site (hoping for another chance to win).

Loved the interview, Jackie. You're a natural.

nanaandpapa1 said...

wonerful just wonerful!!
thanks for sharing.

JanetK said...

I love the art gallery fabrics - thanks for the interview!

KarenOjai said...

So much Beauty!! I gotta get me some of it.... I much rather win some of that beautiful fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

sandra said...

I have always loved Pat's fabrics ,the new colors are so beautiful, I have been following her blog for a long time. I really enjoyed the interview. Sandra

KarenOjai said...

Visited Pat's blog, and left a comment... what great things she has over there!

KarenOjai said...

I left a comment on my facebook page re: your great giveaway.

Marcia W. said...

This Florida quilter would love to win some fabric from our Florida designer! Thanks for hosting this giveaway and the interesting interview of Pat Bravo.

Graham-N-Karry said...

Absolutely delicious fabric, I'd love to win thes giveaway
Thanks
Karry

Victoria said...

I checked in to see Pat's website. Yummy colors!

Bailey said...

Thanks for the fabulous interview and chance to win some pretty fabrics.

Bailey_Burwell05@hotmail.com

Sylvia said...

Wow, the fabric looks lovely! Thanks for the chance to win!

Sylvia said...

I checked out her website--she has a great sense of color!

Katie said...

Ohhh, what great colors!

Katie said...

I visited Pat on her blog1

Katie said...

I tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/utpegleg

Jessica said...

I blogged about your giveaway here:
http://quiltyhabit.blogspot.com/2011/01/and-winner-of-my-first-bloggy-giveaway.html

Cindy said...

Wow....how much fun would it be to win some of her fabulous fabric!!

Cindy said...

Went over to Pat's blog and left a comment there. Can't wait till her new line comes out!

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