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la saludo y la felicito por todas esas obras de arte que haces,lastima que no pueda hacer algunas de esas lindas colchas por que ha mi ciudad no llegan esas revistas.

I'm so happy to win a sweet prize from you! I adore you and can't wait to stitch away! :)

Oh my, oh my, oh my! *squeak!*
*does a happy jig*

Hi Natalie,

I really understand about wanting a fabric range to last forever I feel exactly the same way about Bliss by Bonnie and Camille. Thankfully they are releasing a new range later in the year which looks just as yummy. Can't wait to see your finished project using the Sherbet Pips as I like the colours.

I missed your giveaway, but congratulations to the winners - both are great patterns. This line of fabric is right up my alley, can't waith to see your finished project.

What a very happy place it is to be creative in ... have fun!

Hi Natalie,
I fell in love with Sherbet Pips immediately and bought three (!) Layer Cakes of this line, to make quilts for my two little nieces and one for myself. Love it! Happy sewing!
Love,
Marja

I wasn't struck immediately by the colors in Sherbet Pips either. But I love the sweet little girls and puppies that I've embraced the palette. The more projects I see done with this line the more I like it.

There's one bundle left at my local shop ... guess I better go get it!

Can't wait to see what you're making!


I love them too! And have already made a little doll quilt and a bag to hold the doll quilt in. Now, it just needs a little doll pillow :) Can't wait to see what you make with yours.

You're so funny Natalie -- I love that you photographed it a million times! I can't agree with your other commenters -- I've loved the Pips from the moment I laid eyes upon it -- especially that cute little puppy. I can't wait to see your project!

I totally agree with Karen. When I first saw this fabric I wasn't that impressed. But now every time I see it it becomes more delicious.

I can't wait to see what you come up with!

The first time I saw Sherbet Pips I didn't like it. Something about red and pink together has never worked for me, and the muted greys and blues didn't grab me...

But EVERYONE is talking about it now, and every time I see a picture of it I like it a bit more. I think that quarter square triangle on the top of your pile has done it for me! I love the geometric print.

I might have to go out and find some before it's all gone (and by "go out" I mean sit at my computer longer and search for the best online deal)

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