Monday, February 14, 2011

Moda Pillow Talk Day 14 And My Day!

Hurry, hurry you have until midnight tonight February 16, to make your guesses and or comments.
Hmmm. Not sure why some of you are having trouble downloading the file.
When I click on the link it opens. Then go to the upper left corner under FILE and you can either download it or print it. It works for me. Sorry I don't know what to tell you. You can always email me and I will email it to you. Thanks. Sandy.
Welcome to day 14 of Moda's Pillow Talk blog hop.




Valentine's Day and My Turn Day.
We finally are having some very nice warm, thawing weather here in Iowa.
It's in the upper 40's here today. Yippee!



This shape was melted out of my driveway today.
Way to go Mother Nature!


To thank all of you for following this hop we are offering a 10% discount on all online orders placed from now through February 21. Type in the code pillow to receive your discount. Discount will not be received on sale items.
Click here to arrive at my website.

Since today is my day the subject of my picture is me.
I have titled today's picture...

It's All About Me.

Funky eyeglasses

A heart.

A paint brush.

Selvage dots.

As many of you know, I have been designing fabric for Moda for a very long time.
I am in my seventeenth year.
I paint out all of my fabric designs - because when I started there were not the computer design programs that are available now. (Yep...that old.)
As you know I collect paint boxes.



This is my littlest paint box.
It measures 3/8" X 5/8".
Isn't it cute?
Since I paint out my fabric and I collect paint boxes,

I decided to make a paint box pillow - a red one - for sure.




Each square of paint represents a piece of fabric from each year
I have designed fabric excluding this year.
(Because 17 squares did not work for a paint box)
Print or download pattern here.



Here's a close-up. Remember to click on pictures to enlarge.


So here is the deal.
Can you guess the name of each line of fabric
represented by each paint square in the paint box?
Leave your guesses in a comment. Just list them left to right.
If anyone guesses all of the fabrics correctly they will win their choice
of my pillow and today's painting or a fat quarter bundle
of my current line Lovely and today's painting.
If more than one person guesses all of the fabrics correctly
I will draw for the winner.

I thought this was a good idea until it dawned on me that some of you
where probably about eight years old when I started - soooo if you
haven’t a clue which line of fabric the squares represent,
leave a comment - any kind of a comment - "Sandy you are old as dirt." will work.
There will be another winner drawn from these comments.
Altogether I have 5 prizes to give away, the above prizes plus a Lovely Charm Pack™, Layer Cake™ and Jelly Roll™.
Comments close Wednesday, February 16 at midnight.

Are you a treasure saver?
As I was gathering up my fabrics I realized that I did not have scraps of many of my favorite pieces from each line.
If it was a favorite, it was cut up, pieced into a project and enjoyed.
I do not wrap my treasures in tissue, place them in a safe place and only take them out every so often to admire.


One of my treasures is this quilt made from my first line of fabric.
It was made by Pam Crockett.
Pam do you by chance follow my blog?


This quilt was displayed in the Moda booth at market.
Since it was made out of my first line of fabric,
Bruce thought I should have it.
I thought he paid too much for it.
He then had it hand quilted. More expense.
By now he had quite a bit of money in this gift of mine.
Some people would have taken this special gift, wrapped it in tissue and placed it in a drawer for very few to see.
Not me. If I treasure something - I use it and show it off - why pack it away in a drawer?
I hung my quilt on our dinning room wall.
Yes it is not nearly as bright as it was when I first hung it as the sun has faded it, but everyday I have enjoyed my gift.
I am about to do some redecorating in the dining room. It's time for a change. I will take the quilt down, fold it up….and lay it on the couch so it can be used for snuggling and keeping me warm.
Eventually the quilt will not only be faded, it will also be torn and tattered but still a treasure.
Better to be torn and tattered from much use and enjoyment than to be in pristine shape without a story.
Now for the questions.

What is a little known fact about yourself?
I can paint with my toes. In fact I painted out all of these mini pictures with my toes.

How do you relax?

Painting - (not a room) and chilln' at our lake cabin.

What do you sleep in - PJ's or Nightgown?
T-shirt and shorts or sweats.

What kind of pillow do you like, Hard or soft, foam or feather? And why?
Two pillows. Both HAVE to be feather. I like the top one to be soft and the bottom one to be medium.
Foam pillows give me a headache.

When you were young did you sleep with a stuffed animal? If so what?
No stuffed animals - no blanket.

Do you sew in bed? Read? Watch TV? eat?
Watch a little TV.

How many nights have you or your spouse spent on the couch?
If falling asleep while watching TV counts - a few.

Nighttime toddy?
No.

Early to bed or all-nighter?
I used to be an all-nighter, not so much any more, but yet I am not an early morning person either. I work at night but not nearly as late as I used to and I get up about an hour earlier than I used to.

Who would you most like to have a pillow fight with?
My sisters - that would mean we were young again.

Okay - if you believe the answer to the first question - I have some prime real estate for sale.
I feel like with a blog the whole wide world knows all about me...I have nothing left to tell!

Be sure to stop back tomorrow to see the painting of the day and link up with Lauren and Jessi Jung.

February 15thLaurie & Jessi Jung

February 16thSweetwater

February 17th...Barbara Brackman
February 18thDeb Strain

February 19thAmerican Jane
February 20thPrimitive Gatherings

February 21 - Laundry Basket Quilts

Unpack your treasures and enjoy them until they are faded, torn and tattered.

From my heart,
Sandy

502 comments :

  1. I love your drive way just perfect Your give aways are great too !!!!
    Jean

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  2. I am as old as dirt and have only been quilting for 10 months so do not know the names of any of your fabric lines - but I do drool over them a lot (happens when you are old as dirt) keep up the good work. I paint too, but not with my toes like you do (smile)

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  3. I am a red person and I love the red in your paintings!! And I don't think you paint with your toes. Unless you could paint your toes!!!

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  4. Would love a chance to win. I do like your fabrics, just can't name them all:)

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  5. I am definitely old enough to remember all of your fabric lines but can't come up with the names of them. But I can tell you I love all of them. Thanks for the cute painting everyday.

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  6. And by the way, Camille Roskelley would love to have your painting of the red polka dot chair! I think anything red would be adorable for today!!!

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  7. I've been quilting for quite a while but never paid a lot of attention to who did what line of fabric--just bought what I liked and I've liked your brights a lot. I feel the same about perfumes and lingerie as you do about your quilt--what the heck are we saving them for--use and enjoy them as life is too short as it is.

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  8. What a great post!! I did believe No. 1 question and was going to tell you how wonderful that was! ;o) I love how you incorporated your fabric lines into your pillow...thanks for sharing.

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  9. I have only been quilting for a few years, but I adore your lines of fabrics. You have a special cheerfulness about you! Love your pillow. It fits you perfectly.

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  10. I've enjoyed all your paintings, they are inspiring! I have pieces of most of these lines but not so good on the names I'm afraid. Thanks for letitng us play along.

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  11. You know what would be great -- a fabric line using all your little paintings -- wish I was as creative as you -- those are all just so clever and interesting and the colors would be perfect!

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  12. You are hardly as old as dirt, there's just a lot of us newbie quilters out there. And I wasn't seven when you started designing fabric. I was 17 and more interested in marching band practice than fabric. My apologies. My husband swears I'm making up for my neglect in the past.
    Thanks for the giveaway - and I'm loving "Lovely" - just gorgeous!

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  13. Well, since you mentioned in your profile that you were out to prove your councilor wrong... ahem, in 1988... your not all that "old"...
    sorry if I had to prove my councilor wrong... it would have had to be in 1975! No biggie! Your as old as you feel! And although I don't know the names of the fabrics I've loved fabric's all my life! Ever since my grandma and my mom sewed for me when I was a little girl. I would love to win one of your prizes... maybe even share it with a friend that is going thru a few trials... she really enjoys quilting and since she works as a private school teacher only gets to it once in a while. Thank you for the opportunity to enter! Have a great Valentine's Day!

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  14. Unfortunately, I have missed out on many fabric lines because I quilt sporadically due to other events in my life. Sometimes I get lucky through eBay and such. I love this collage idea from designers to show a sample of your history. The pillow is great and I would love the chance to win any of your fabric.

    Jennifer

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  15. Love your fabric and your pillow.
    Sorry I have not quilted for that long so I do not know all the names.
    Connie F
    naej95@mchsi.com

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  16. Sandy, I love all of your paintings for this 'hop', they are wonderful, and so perfect considering you used your toes, *wink*, LOL. Thanks so much for the pattern and for a chance to win some fabric treasures. I can't begin to name all of the collections on the pillow as I just started quilting 3 years ago (but didn't sew last year due to health issues, so really only 2 years of quilting), but I wish I knew them.
    Love the fact that you don't hide treasures away to just admire once in a while. That has never made sense to me. I believe quilts want to be loved and snuggled and used, and of course, displayed for a bit too. Happy snuggling in your beautiful quilt. Hugs...

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  17. I don't know all your fabric lines. I wish I did though. I love your fabrics. I remember finding one of your lines on sale a few years go and wondering why no one else was buying it. I bought most of what they had. I love it. Your paintings are fun. I wish I had that talent.

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  18. Wow you really scared me there with that challenge.. this is my first year of quilting.. and of course I wasn't 8 years old back when you started.. I'm just a late bloomer. I do so love your choice for a pillow to represent yourself though. Very cute!

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  19. Sandy, you are sooooo clever with this paintbox "thing"... problem is there are two fabs that I don't ever remember seeing..... then too, I need a cheat sheet to spell correctly.....where are my salvages? If only my treasures where so easy to find - like on the wall.... fun

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  20. I spotted a few of the lines, but I can't get them all. :) I share your philosophy on favorite fabrics and quilts. They need to be used and loved. But I also can't resist keeping a little bit of my favorite fabric around! :D That's why I like some of those swatch-y quilts, that showcase favorites!

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  21. I know I've bought lots of your fabric over the years but to come up with names for all those lines!!
    I am enjoying your little paintings very much.

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  22. I could only name a few of the lines ... because I am old as dirt and can't remember anything anymore! Thanks for the giveaway. I love your daily paintings. PS. I made "Its a Guy Thing" quilt for my hubby. He and my dog love it!

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  23. Haven't been quilting long enough to know all of the lines, but have used some of yours in my quilts. Thanks!

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  24. wish I could name them all ... i am a newby quilter. My friend just made the cutest bedspread out of Lollipop! It is ADORABLE! Thanks for the giveaway! juliannebroox at gmail

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  25. I can always remember fabrics, but not the line's name. I love all of the little paintings you have done during the Moda Pillow Talk Tour!!!

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  26. I was 15 when you started. They did not teach us about your fabrics in home-ec (they should have). I love that your fabrics all start with a brush and not a computer. I remember learning to draft by hand in college and now everything is done on the computer. I still prefer to use my hands. To each his own.

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  27. Just because she asked, I'm going to ask you to give your red polka dotted chair painting to Camille ;) (because she asked). I love love love your fabrics, and think they are ultra special for you designing them the "old fashioned way" :)
    ~robin
    welchrobin@hotmail.com

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  28. I so agree with you. Use your treasures! Take pleasure from them. Wish I knew the names of all your fabric lines. I'm definitely old enough, but haven't followed fabric designs for that long. Congratulations on a fabulous career!

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  29. You are darling! Have loved your fabrics for many years. Thank you for the opportunity to add to my stash.

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  30. I've never been to your blog before. It looks like fun. It's nice to know that you paint your designs first. It's an entirely different way of doing it than most designers I follow.

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  31. I'm new to the world of fabric designers, although I've been sewing for years. I just hadn't got around to buying 'brand name' fabric.... until recently, and now I've got two of your designs in my stash. A Lollipop jelly roll and an Awesome charm pack.
    I'm awake at an ungodly hour of the morning with nothing to do so decided to google your fabric ranges and see how many I could find. From the cushion above I could only identify Tranquility, Hearts Aflutter, Gobble Gobble and Frolic. Goes to show that the internet can't tell you everything ;)

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  32. Sandy, you are funny and talented! 17 years is a great mid-career number--I hope for many more opportunities to buy your fabrics and patterns! I loved Gobble Gobble, Frolic, and all of the Christmas lines, especially Crazy Eight with the adorable mitten and scarf decorated reinder. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  33. Wow! I love your paintbox pillow!
    I haven't been quilting or collecting fabrics long enough to recognize all of them - PLUS I just don't have an encyclopedic recall system for different fabric lines (not yet anyway). Thanks for a chance to win!

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  34. I'm a new quilter, still trying to complete my first quilt. Sorry, I don't know the answer, but I would love to win. I love your blog..
    Thanks

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  35. I love your paint boxes! I just started quilting and am new to the MOda world, so I would not have a clue as to the names of the fabrics. I could come up with names! Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent through your blog. I really enjoy reading it.
    Patti

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  36. I have no idea when it comes to the names of all your fabric lines! But I certainly do like your more current ones... especially Awesome and Adoring!

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  37. This may seem silly, but I've always wondered how fabric is designed. I don't know why it's so bizzare to me that it's just drawn up (or painted). Thanks for sharing!

    And thanks for that story about your quilt! I love it!

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  38. I don't know the names of all of your lines but your "Giddy" is in the running for my next project. Love the biased plaids, especially the blue with the red. Can't wait to see your new line.

    (Here's my addy, sans the spaces.)
    all 8 garden (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  39. You have been designing fabric for longer then I have been quilting so I don't have any hope of getting the paintbox game correct. I sure hope somebody does. That would be very exciting.

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  40. I really like the paint box pillow. I haven't been quilting long enough to know all your fabric lines though. :)

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  41. Hi Sandy!
    As I look at your fabric I recognized several that I have in my stash...all the star ones and whimsical ones...but as far as names..I can barely remember the names of my own children!! That's why I number them..haha! Have a good one!
    Paulette

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  42. Hello! I don't know all of the fabric names, but do have a little story for you! My sister in law, Nicole and I are your biggest fans! One evening a few years back we were quilting together and were saying how fun it would be to quilt with you. So for HOURS we carried on as if you were in the room with us, boy did we have a great time with you!! (despite the fact my oldest daughter thought we had truely lost our minds!)

    Thanks!
    Kathy

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  43. Whenever I see your name, it catches my attention because I know I will love your fabric. ...and I do! Old as dirt? Oh, no--I'm older than dirt. I know because I learned to sew on a treadle machine! That makes you a real young chick!

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  44. Hi there, I love your fabric and your pillow and your paintings!!! :) I cannot name all the lines, I'm pretty new to this stuff. But they are all beautiful.

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  45. Sandy, you are not old as dirt! I said NOT. I just used some of your fabric on the broder for my grandson's quilt. Really rounded it off nicely. And I can't remember the name of it. I am not even going to try for the names in the pillow. I just started quilting about 3 years ago. I like the paintbrush on the pillow. Cute touch. Thanks!

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  46. I've been looking every day for the little picture that depicts the current designer. I love these!

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  47. The very best to you my friend!
    I am nuts over your little paintings, you added so much to our designer family. Thanks so much.
    I thought we were suppose to keep the "painting with my toes" in the Moda family and not tell anyone.
    Best
    Polly

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  48. Finally your day has arrived! Yeah! I have been loving your paintings as the days rolled on so it's a treat to see how you identified yourself.
    I have only been quilting for 13 years and those first years I worked mostly with cheap fabric until I learned my way, so no way can I Identify the swatches but I have had the pleasure of using your Zippity do Dah, Essence and Gobble Gobble for quilts that went to people very close to my heart. One went to my sister...Brenda. (I'm Sandy - BTW)

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  49. Left to right top row
    1. Tranquility
    2. Nautical & Nice
    3. Sweet Potato Pie
    4. Hearts Aflutter
    5. Baby Talk
    6.
    7. Mix and Mingle
    8. Dear Santa
    Left to Right bottom row
    9. Gobble Gobble
    10.
    11.
    12. Bittersweet & Boo
    13. Merry Music
    14.
    15. Frolic
    16. Serendipity

    If I think of more I will post another list.
    Shawn in Michigan

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  50. Also, a lttle bird told me
    Camille would love to have the red polka dot chair painting

    Shawn in Michigan

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  51. I don't have a clue as to what fabric they are but, I really like the pillow. It's fun to see your little paintings everyday! Thanks

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  52. Left to right top row
    1. Tranquility
    2. Nautical & Nice
    3. Sweet Potato Pie
    4. Hearts Aflutter
    5. Baby Talk
    6. Pheasent Run
    7. Mix and Mingle
    8. Dear Santa
    Left to Right bottom row
    9. Gobble Gobble
    10.
    11.
    12. Bittersweet & Boo
    13. Merry Music
    14.
    15. Frolic
    16. Serendipity

    If I think of more I will post another list.
    Shawn in Michigan

    Thought of another one.

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  53. Don;t know the names of all your fabric lines but I have really enjoyed the painting you have done for this blog hop!

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  54. I'm sorry I'm not at all familiar with your line of fabrics, but I do so admire your talent of designing fabric and painting.

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  55. I love your fabrics and have used a lot of them, but not as far back as 17 years! Love your little paintings. Thanks for all the fun during the blog hop and all the beautiful fabrics over the years.

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  56. What fun I have had today! I knew some fabrics and others I recognized as small bits from my stash not knowing they were yours, and some I will take a guess on! 1.Tranquility (love it so that was easy) 2.Glory Be??? 3.Take a Bough 4.Hearts Aflutter 5.Baby Talk 6.Pheasant Run 7.I have no idea although it looks so familiar! 8.Dear Santa 9.Gobble Gobble (love it!) 10.One of your early ones - think I spotted it in your Autumn Splendor book? 11.We the People? 12.Bittersweet and Boo 13.76 Trombones? 14.Another early one I think I spotted in your I Love America Wall Hanging pattern 15.Frolic (wonderful!) 16.The Caroler (Love, love, love this print!)
    I did my best! What a great way to remember the years - I will have to label my fabric from now on! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. I am a beginner & your fabrics are beautiful! I truly love them :D

    Thanks for the LOVELY giveaway ;D

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  58. I'm so old It would wear me out to try to guess.....smile.

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  59. Left to right top row
    1. Tranquility
    2. Nautical & Nice
    3. Sweet Potato Pie
    4. Hearts Aflutter
    5. Baby Talk
    6. Pheasant Run
    7. Mix and Mingle
    8. Dear Santa
    Left to Right bottom row
    9. Gobble Gobble
    10.
    11.
    12. Bittersweet & Boo
    13. Merry Music
    14.
    15. Frolic
    16. The Caroler Mitten
    If I think of more I will post another list.
    Shawn in Michigan

    Thought of another one.

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  60. I love enjoyed the paintings, sorry I don't know the names of all the fabric lines.

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  61. I'm afraid I can't identify the fabrics but I love your paint box pillow. I thought the spot in your driveway that had melted in the shape a heart was neat.

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  62. I'm sorry, Sandy, but I don't know the names of all your fabric lines. I do know, however, that your paint-box pillow is very cute and I love the fact that you can paint with your toes. lol Your beautiful dining room-wall quilt is a wonderful memento and should be treasured and hung for all to see.

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  63. I looked and only found one, the 15th one is Frolic, 17516 15 Grass....pathetic, I know!! Happy Valentine's Day!! And you are so not old as dirt!!

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  64. I can't name any of the fabric lines in your pillow, but I really love Lollipop, Giddy and I have been drooling over Lovely for about a month now. I would really love to win some.

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  65. I love your pillow! And all of your little toe paintings, of course! I just started quilting this year, so I'm new to Moda fabrics and am not familiar with your past collections. :( I do love Giddy and Lovely, though, and absolutely can't wait until Grand Finale comes out!!

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  66. I just started quilting last summer. But I just made a pin cushion, (the abbey bag) and used Lovely fabric. Way Cute!!!

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  67. Sandy this is VERY hard! The snippets are small and the colors are tough. There are only a couple I'm positive of. Best guesses:
    First Row: Tranquility - Nautical & Nice steering wheels?? Red White and Bold?? - Awesome? - Lamour? - Fresh-Squeezed - IDK (Adoring?) - Fall Back in Time???
    Second Row: Gobble Gobble - Pumpkins Gone Wild - Zippity Do Dah - IDK - Alphabet from Lollipop? -- NO CLUE (log cabin?? from a panel??) - Frolic.

    If you are old as dirt and I am older than you, I must be old as mud.

    Happy Valentines Day!

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  68. I have only been quilting for 4 years but love your collections! My first fabric addiction was Fresh Squeezed! Still hording some I am afraid!

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  69. Love your pillow! I'm new to Moda fabrics, so not sure of the names of the fabric lines. I guess I could buy property from you because I was SO impressed that you could paint with your toes! LOL!

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  70. Odds are I have, have had or will have fabric from ALL your lines, but no way could I name them! Love your treasure ... how sweet is that! And your tiny paintings are darling (even if you didn't paint them with your toes!).

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  71. I know I won't be able to guess them all so won't try! But I have to say one of the things I adore about you is how your lines change each season yet can still work together with older lines!

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  72. I love your fabrics but alas, do not know them all by name. Good job to whoever gets that one! Really enjoyed the Thanksgiving line last year. :)

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  73. Hi,

    Not sure yet which is for which piece on the pillow so I thought I would post all of your fabric lines that I've found. Have I missed any? :-)

    Cynthia

    1. Giddy
    2. Lollipop
    3. Awesome
    4. Adoring
    5. Frolic
    6. Nautical and Nice
    7. L'Amour
    8. Essence
    9. Gobble Gobble
    10. Crazy 8
    11. Objects of Desire
    12. Zippity Doo Da
    13. Candy Kisses

    14. Lovely
    15. Merry and Bright
    16. Tranquility
    17. Sandy's Solids

    18. Fresh Squeezed
    19. Pumpkins Gone Wild
    20. Celebrate Spring
    21. Fall Back in Time
    22. Flirtations
    23. Holly Jolly
    24. Mix and Mingle
    25. Oh Baby!
    26. Red, White and Bold
    27. New Quilts, Old Friends
    28. Sweet Potato Pie
    29. Take a Bough
    30. Bittersweet & Boo
    31. Christmas X-Citement
    32. Anticipation
    33. 76 Trombones
    34. Serendipity
    35. Hearts Aflutter
    36. Girlie Girl
    37. Glory Be
    38. Dear Santa
    39. Big Dots
    40. Love is in the Air
    41. Folksy Friendly Folk
    42. Happy Hollow
    43. New Hats, Old Friends
    44. Bundle Up
    45. Schools Out
    46. Holiday Happenings
    47. Cold Winter Noses
    48. Heart and Soul




    Cynthia

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  74. Hi Sandy~I have been working on this all day, all day, since this morning and I am stumped!! I see there are a few lists that listed all your fabrics, but honestly I have been looking at those pdf's of those lines from moda and most of them are not used in your pillow. I found a few, but not what was needed to win, i wish the winner luck, i know i would sure love to win the fqb! here are my guesses, tranquility, fall back in time, hearts aflutter, oh baby, gobble gobble, happy hollow, pumpkins gone wild, and frolic. i sure wish i could find the rest, but my kids just got home from school, and i have to get off before the hubby comes home and finds out i have been doing this all day=one very unhappy man :O} I hope you have a happy valentines day, and good luck to the winner. oh and most of the day your link to your pattern was not opening, but it just did for me. thanks
    stacey
    luv2knitnsew@gmail.com

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  75. I love all your little paintings! I can't come close to naming all the fabrics, though...

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  76. Your pillow is stunning! I'm as old as dirt but have only been quilting 5 mins so have not the slightest chance of being able to name those fabric lines.
    I've really been enjoying the Pillow Talk hop and checking in each day to see your paintings - such a fun idea and so cute :)
    Oh, and I would LOVE to win some of your gorgeous fabric - thanks for the opportunity!

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  77. I am so bad at noticing the designers of fabrics. Until recently I didn't even realize what goes in to designing a fabric. But I do love your designs and promise to pay more attention to who designs the fabrics I buy.
    I used Merry and Bright to make some really cute Christmas potholders for gifts this year. I've been quilting for 8 years and would love to win. Your pillow is really cute.

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  78. Thank you for the awesome giveaway! I hope I win.

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  79. I may have been around at the time your first fabric came out but I was not collecting fabric at that time. The first fabric I bought of your designs was the pastel yellow with the stars. It also had some funny little animals on it. I made up a whole baby bedroom set with it. Don't remember why but it was called All Things Christmas. {still have some}

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  80. Hi, I love your fabric's and patterns. The pillow is very cute.

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  81. Fabric lines. Oh my. I just can't say you are as old as dirt, rather I'll say that my favorite line when I buy fabric, "Oh pretties." :)

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  82. I have lots of your fabric lines but I don't know the names of all of them. I do know Bittersweet and Boo & Anticipation. I love your little paintings every day. They are a treasure.

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  83. Thanks again for the laughs...Painting with you toes..you re too funny BUT a GREAT artist. I don't care how you design the fabric---just keep doing it for another 17+ yrs.

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  84. I have a table topper and a table runner that I made from your Gobble Gobble line, the colors are me and fit right in in my home

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  85. I don't know all the old lines but must say I love all of the new ones as they come out. I did an Awesome quilt for a silent auction at work and everyone loved it.

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  86. I was in 4-H for 10 years too. My mom taught me how to sew & she was also my 4-H leader. I remember making a shirt & matching short set out of some wild animal print fabric. I won't even attempt to try & name all your fabric lines. I do know that I like Giddy though & I made a "B", as my children call it, last month. Thanks for making beautiful fabric.

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  87. I love all your fabric lines!

    DeAnna

    MissWrite@sbcglobal.net

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  88. I think Cynthia wins for naming the most fabrics! :0) I didn't know all of them, but the here's what I figured out... Row 1 - Tranquility, ?, Serendipity, ?, Sweet Land of Liberty, Pheasant Run, ?, ?; Row 2 - Gobble Gobble, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, Frolic & Caroler Mitten Midnight.
    I've googled your fabrics before because I liked them so much.

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  89. Cool pillow, no I don´t know the fabric, sorry. Thank you for sharing.
    Alda, Fl

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  90. Sandy, I have loved your fabric since I started quilting a couple years ago. I think I've used every one of your lines since I started quilting! I'm just drawn to it.

    Thanks for sharing and I love your pillow. Very clever.

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  91. Hello, Love your fabrics! I think your Fall/Autumn prints are some of my favs!from JDoster

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  92. I agree with you - I enjoy all my treasures every day, even when they get tattered and torn. I don't know the answer to the fabric questions but I sure would like a chance to win some of your "Lovely" fabric. :o)

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  93. I don't know the names of your fabrics.........sorry. Your pillow is very sweet.

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  94. Love your pillow. that is so clever!

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  95. I haven't been quilting long enough to know about your older lines - I'm wondering if your style has evolved much over the years? Hmmm.....

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  96. Since I am probably as old as you are, I cannot possibly say you are as old as dirt! I can say that I did not know Moda existed until two years ago so have no guesses. How out of it can one girl be? I will say I did believe you on question number one because in HS I DID have a friend who actually COULD paint with her toes! I watched her do it. Imagine it! You make me want to paint little pictures. I may just start... but NOT with my toes. I will have enough trouble without adding to it! Last night I read your blog back about as far as I could go... I loved it. Thank you!

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  97. Ha! Good toe-painting ;)

    You're definitely not as old as dirt but I only started my quilting adventures last year, so would have a tough time with the fabric lines! whatever lines they're from, I do love the pillow :)

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  98. I'm afraid I don't know the names of your lines as I've only been quilting for about a year. Nice work though.

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  99. I've been quilting for a very few...two months! LOL I have no idea what the names of the fabric lines are, but they are sure cute! And that quilt at the very end made from scraps with the heart and angel is just simply amazing!

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  100. Hi Sis,
    I have a box carefully packed away of some of everyone of the fabrics in your first line ....too bad I did not know you did not have your favorite piece from the line.
    Linda

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  101. I have not been quilting long to know the names of your line even though I am old enough (luckily, my second grade students consider 57 not so old). Anyway, I enjoy your paintings and your fabrics!
    Susan S.

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  102. I haven't been following you a really long time, so I don't know the names of all the fabrics--if I DID, I wouldn't remember them. But my BFF would. I count on her to tell me what lines of fabric I love. Anyway, I love your fabric and would love to win...something.
    P.S. That was funny about painting with your toes.

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  103. I love your Lovely collection. I am currently using it to finish up a quilt that psiquilt.com recently featured! It will be beautiful! I also bought giddy to work with neat. Keep it up Miss Sandy!

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  104. Love the pillow. Love your fabrics. Thanks for sharing.

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  105. Sorry, I am too new to the designer quilt fabric world to know all your fabric lines but I have quite enjoyed you last few.

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  106. I do not have a clue about the fabric lines. But I'm sure everyone would love to know.

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  107. I am with you that quilts are made to be used and treasured not stored away. Love your pillow and your story about the quilt. I follow your blog and enjoy reading it. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  108. On my dining room wall is a quilt I made of your pattern...tickle the earth with a hoe...it is faded too...but I love it...

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  109. Woe is me to be a rather new quilter - I haven't a clue what fabric lines are in your Paint Box pillow! But I will say that I love your pillow and the fabrics you chose - awesome!!

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  110. Well I won't say you are as old as dirt but I could not guess the fabric names as I have not been quilting that long! And I did not believe you when you said that you painted those beautiful wee paintings with your toes.

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  111. Sandy, It would be nice to name all your lines. It has only been the last few years that I began to think about fabrics like I do my favorite authors. I used to think of them only as my fav colors, or by the feel. I am enjoying this designer promotion as it is opening a new appreciation for collecting fabrics as you would arts and books. Never thought of it like that before. mom@coxville.com

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  112. Sandy, I love your fabrics, of course I know the name of every single one, but if I put it in my comment wouldn't everyone copy me??? OK, just kidding, but they are great!

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  113. Love your blog. cute pillow. I'm in the old as dirt club! Your fabrics are always so fun and inspiring! Keep up the great work.

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  114. I love reading your blog. I've been looking forward to your tiny painting everyday.

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  115. You have a Charming Blog~WOW what a challenge, my eye's have been scrunched up~this is tricky~some of your fabrics look a lot like others thats hard on the eyes when you do not have a great computer auughh :>) oh well, going to do my best,here goes: giddy, awesome, lollipop, adoring,frolic,,nautical & nice, l'Amour, essence, gobble gobble,
    crazy 8,object of desire, zippty do dah, merry & bright,candy kisses,pumkins go wild. Golly I think that it. auughh now I can't see.
    well I just love ya. & thanks for the give a way I will cross my fingers {{HUGS}}}

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  116. I've been quilting long enough to have bought some of your first fabric, but I'm not very good at the names, apparently! I bet I have (or had) a piece of every line you've produced, though! I tend to use them up in things because they're so fun!
    I'm enjoying all your little paintings, too.

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  117. Bahahahahahahaha paint with your toes.....to funny

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  118. LOL I can paint with my toes too~ just not for public viewing! :-) Sorry I don't know the lines, I just discovered you last year, but love your work! Thanks for the fun!

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  119. I've only been quilting for 6 years, so I would have no chance at guessing all 17 lines of fabric. But congratulations on working for Moda all this time and for still keeping the creative juices flowing!

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  120. Used GobbleGobble to make a table runner and placemats. thanks for the giveaway

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  121. I've discovered your fabric line quite recently so I'm not able to identify the colors. I am in love with Awesome and have quite a stash saved away in addition to what i've already made.

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  122. I was 0 when you started making fabric!! WOW! :D

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  123. What a great idea for the pillow!! I have 10 of your fabrics....love, love, love them!!! If I am shopping and see any of your fabrics that I don't have....I get them!! AND sometimes I get them EVEN if I already have some of that line!! heehee....

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  124. Oh I love your paintings & reading about you. I started writing the names of the fabrics downs then I got all confused when I noticed it said in order-good gracious-that threw me I was not sure if I had the order right? too many... that look too close alike? Oh my This so confusing.. I sat here over 20 minutes squinting and ....well.

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  125. I love your fabrics. We are not old, just greatly treasured. Keep up the great work for Moda.

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  126. I tried and tried to label them all but gave up, so I'll just comment :)

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  127. i love all of your paintings and the paint box pillow -- just too dawgone cute! thank you for sharing!

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  128. Sorry...no clue on all the fabric lines. You are older than dirt - and so am I! It is much better than the alternative, don't you think?

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  129. I really like your fabric. I have been quilting for 30 years.

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  130. I feel the same way - I use my quilts - give them away and am faintly amused when I see their family pets laying on them!

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  131. love your fabric - have a butt-ton of it in my stash, unfortunately I couldn't name them all...because I'm old as dirt and my memory isn't what it used to be. Your toes? Really? That's skill! Thanks for the chance to win and have a grand day - Laurie

    llsbaskets at comcast dot net

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  132. Oh I have loved that quilt ever since I saw it in the April 2004 Better Homes and Gardens American Patchwork and Quilting mag.
    ( can I just say you look younger now than the picture from that article!!!)
    Oh and that sweet cupboard below the quilt.....and that cool custom-upholstered sofa made from your quilt......Oh yes I am a long time admirer........
    name your fabric lines? Heck I can't remember what I had for lunch!
    thanks for a chance to win :0)

    Happy Sewing,
    Kim

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  133. I have only been quilting in the last year. So I don't know what most of the fabric is. Your littl pictures are the cutest things ever. I also use my treasures.

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  134. Hi, I don't think I can name all of the lines in the pillow but now realizing how many I have used in my quilts over the years. My first quilt to give away was for my mother-in-law and I used Pieces from my Heart..I think it was around 1998 or 1999. I just finished a Valentine's rag quilt with Flirtations, LAmour and Candy Kisses...yes, I cut it out in 2009 and found it recently. I also have made table runners with Fall Back in Time and Merry & Bright! Thank you for such lovely lines. Lisa in Texas

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  135. Your fabrics are so lovely, very happy and cheerful. I love your paintbox pillow and can imagine making them for with holiday prints such as Christmas, Halloween, Easter, etc. Thank you for the pattern and a great blog.

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  136. I started quilting last year so I don't know the lines. Thanks

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  137. no idea about the fabrics since I only recently began a fabric obsession but I do love your new stuff. giddy is my favorite

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  138. I don't know the names of the fabrics, but i do have many of your patterns from all these years - I guess I'm as old as dirt too! Thanks for a chance to win!
    Nancy

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  139. I'm sure your not as old as dirt. I don't have any very good guesses for the fabric shown as I haven't been sewing very long. I do love all the lines you've done in the last few years though and I've really been enjoying the paintings everyday.

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  140. I love all your paintings. It's so much fun to look everyday to see what you have created. I think your fabric is wonderful but I don't know the name of all your lines. Thanks!

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  141. Love your comment about enjoying your treasures. I have always felt the same way. My 5 children always ate on my nice china dishes every day. Love your fabric lines and have made several projects out of them. Keep it up!

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  142. I recognized a couple of lines, Essence, Tranquiltity, Lamour, Frolic, Gobble Gobble but I don't know the rest. I'm a huge fan of your artwork and fabrics though, I should know more. Thats a great pillow it shows your love of painting!

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  143. ok, well, we almost didnt celebrate Valentine's day today because I have spent the day on the internet looking for all these lines of fabric! They say you can find everything on the internet, well, you can't find your old fabric lines!!!!! I am a HUGH fan of your fabrics, but when I went to figure it out, I was thinking these are some older lines! UGH! So I think I give and will simply go for the regular giveaway! I have this personality that just wants to solve things, so if I stay up all night and figure it out, I might post again! You are by far my fav moda designer! Thanks for all your inspiration!

    lissaneyhartpc@yahoo.com

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  144. Sorry, my dear, but I'm not old enough to recognize most of those fabrics. I recently made a Nautical and Nice quilt for a friend, but I'm having trouble even spotting a swatch of that line on your pillow. (Oh, and I'm supposed to tell you that Camille is coveting, er, really wants the polka-dot chair painting.) :)

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  145. I wasn't 8 when you started designing fabrics for moda, but still not old enough to have appreciated patchwork! I share your love of red, and think you are such a talented artist! I wish I could get the pictures from my head onto canvas/paper looking the same!

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  146. I can't name all your fabric lines, but I can tell you I've sure used lots of them, Fall, Christmas, Valentines, Patriotic--used them, loved them, still love them! Thanks for helping to make quilting such fun!

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  147. Sandy,

    I don't know all of your lines, but know L'Amlour, Nauti and Nice, Gobble, Gobble, Gobble, Essence, etc. but love the idea that you used for your pillow!

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  148. Not sure if this is right...but here goes...
    Tranquility
    Merry & Bright
    Holly Jolly
    Candy Kisses
    Zippity Do Dah
    Nautical & Nice
    L Amour
    Essence
    Crazy 8
    Objects of Desire
    Adoring
    Lollipop
    Awesome
    Giddy
    Frolic
    Gobble Gobble
    Christmas Dear Santa
    teekayb29@gmail.com

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  149. Your paintings are adorable! I can't believe you painted them with your toes. That's amazing! Love your pillow and the way you incorporated all your fabrics on it. Wish I could name them all, but I've only been quilting for about five years. Thanks for sharing so much of yourself and for having this fun giveaway. Remember, you may be an oldie, but you are a goodie:)

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  150. I don't always remember my kids names... No way I would begin to know the names of your fabric lines. I like them, though. And the little paintings are great.

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  151. I love the little pictures you are painting and I love your pillow.
    Paula

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  152. That is a lot of designing!! Love your pillow and all your paintings and Camille would love your polka dot chair painting!!

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  153. Whew. I'm older than dirt, too. But that means I have no memory... do you know where I left my keys?

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  154. Um....I have no idea what the names of the fabrics are in your pillow, I just started quilting and was actually 7 when you started at Moda! But I am from near where you are but now live in Eastern Iowa--(wasn't it beautiful out today!) Thanks for a chance to win!
    Whitney

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  155. Oh, I just love your fabric. I especially love Tranquility (I see some of that) as well as Essence.

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  156. I have no idea what fabric lines those small paint boxes of fabric are but i love you pillow! I probably have used several of your fabrics and didn't know it. thanks.

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  157. I'm not good at guessing names of songs or names of lines of fabric!
    You don't want to have me on your team for "Name That Tune":) Thanks for the opportunity to participate in this fun-give-away!
    Laura T

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  158. Hi Sandy - Sure am enjoying all your little paintings. You are such a talent! I don't know all your fabric lines, but I know I've used some of the pieces in your pillow. Lovely, lovely!

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  159. I love the whimsy of your fabric! What a clever girl you are - everything you do is fantastic!

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  160. I have to be honest - I do not know the lines of fabric. I am really new to all of this. However, I really enjoyed your blog. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Christine

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  161. I am probably as old as dirt, and because I am, I cannot remember the names of all the fabrics. But, I probably have most of them! I'm enjoying this blog hop!

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  162. I don't think you're old as dirt! I see a bunch of those fabrics I have , but don't remember the names, so I might be that old, too!! I love your fabrics and they all go perfectly in my house! Thanks for the fun contest!

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  163. My very first time on your blog. I am sorry I cannot name all of your lines of designs. What I can do is tell you how much talent and creativity you have.

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  164. Do I really need to say it? "Your as old as dirt"! There I did it! I LOVE that paint box pillow! I need to make one! It is awesome!

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  165. Good advice to enjoy our treasures, we are only here to do that a short time. I love your pillow, it is YOU!

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  166. Sorry can't name them all I haven't been quilting that long. A few years ago I made your pattern "Trees up! lights on!" and I love it. This year I will be finishing "running scared" out of Gobble Gobble. Thanks for the chance to win your new fabric.

    Jill Huffman

    Jillh@moscow.com

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  167. I have some of your fabrics, but my memory of names isn't so good (read: getting OLD!). You should show some pics of your collection of paint boxes.

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  168. This is such a lovely visit. I have visited your blog many times & know many of your fabrics but never knew that fabric had `names'. Such a delima. So I went to your fabric button to look thru & ID them `oh my' I am dizzy. I got my lollipops & Awesome & frolic, Lamour & giddy then saw
    candy kisses & things began to blur... I guess I get fabric because either I love it & it is wonderful and maybe a bargan or I have something to make SO for the Giveaway ..
    I am going to have to go with being born in 1958~ is that as old as dirt?????

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  169. Love your pillow!!! I love to paint too but, my parents didn't think I'd survive as an artist... Anyways, I've just been in the US for the last 10 years, and came across quilting 7 years ago, so I have no clue about all your beautiful fabric lines. Thank you for sharing the pattern and the giveaway.

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  170. I was six when you started designing fabric, but as long as you make such great fabric and have such good taste, you aren't old at all in my book! Love your fabrics!

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  171. I have been sewing for years but only quilting for a few so I will not attempt to name the lines of fabric in your fabulous pillow. I am in no way an artist like you but hope someday to meet the designers of Moda fabrics. Until then Love to you! Happy Valentines Day and Happy Designs!

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  172. I love all of your fabrics...sherarlen@cox.net

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  173. Love that pillow! You can't be "old as dirt" because I am "old as dirt" i.e. oh let's just say lots older than you!! I do recognize your collections but can't remember the names.

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  174. Sandy, love your lines - all of them! But I cannot name them all... Your paintings are too adorable. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway!

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  175. You look young and lovely to me :-)
    thanks for the chance to win fabric. it's my favorite thing!

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  176. Sandy, you have made me laugh tonight, thank you! I cannot paint with my toes (or my fingers for that matter), but as a kid I could play Mary Had a Little Lamb on the piano with my toes. I'm enjoying your daily Pillow Talk paintings, I'll keep checking in to see the rest of them!

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  177. Pretty sure I was a lot older than eight when you started designing fabrics, but I still can name them. But they are gorgeous, and I am SOOO impressed that you can paint with your toes!! Thanks for the chance.

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  178. I have only quilted for a couple years, so I can't quess the fabrics, but I can tell you how much I enjoy your talent.

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  179. Love your pillow and the tiny paint box pin.... this has been fun doing this blog hop....

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  180. Since I haven't been quilting that long, I was sure grateful to hear that some of us (who wouldn't know all the fabrics ) could just leave you a comment. Your work is beautiful, thanks so much for sharing! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  181. Your such a doll, I look forward to my morning latte, getting comfortable & seeing what tiny treasure you might have. As for names of fabrics?? wh??uh??I never
    I barely know the name of my cars, the names of my fabrics? oh no.. I have been sewing since I was 11 , quilting soon after, do you have any idea the fabrics purchased?Yikes. It pains me to say this but `old as dirt'?? oh well, 54ish. They don't sell Moda at the local wallmart are no local fabric stores. We live thru blogs~its like Little house on the Prairie to
    go shopping is `an event' an for fabric rarely happens-so it is reuse & make do & dream. Now I am just embarrassed. but you all know what I mean, right?

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  182. I have used your fabrics many times and could not identify all the ranges but regardless I love the depth of colour in your collections.

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  183. Your pillow is adorable. Such a cleaver idea. I remember the little paint boxes from grade school.It was fun to mix the paints to make custom colors.

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  184. Well..... I have so far only completed two quilts (started quilting Dec 09') and they were both made with your lines!! A baby quilt with tranquility ( http://quiltingintherain.blogspot.com/2010/08/quilt-from-across-continent.html ) and camille's jelly filled pattern with your zippity do dah. I love your designs :) missavene at gmail dot com

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  185. Left to right top row
    1. Tranquility
    2. Nautical & Nice
    3. Sweet Potato Pie
    4. Hearts Aflutter
    5. Baby Talk
    6. Pheasant Run
    7. Mix and Mingle
    8. Dear Santa
    Left to Right bottom row
    9. Gobble Gobble
    10.
    11.
    12. Bittersweet & Boo
    13. Merry Music
    14.
    15. Frolic
    16. The Caroler

    Shawn in Michigan

    Thought of another one.

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  186. You started designing fabric the year I started quilting! Wow, doesn't seem like 17 yrs!

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  187. What a cute pillow! Sadly I have no idea about the fabric lines!

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  188. Sandy,
    You are amazing!! A painting every day!! We have all
    enjoyed them sooo much. Thanks for sharing your talent and story with us.
    Happy Valentine's Day,
    Always,
    Deb

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  189. I haven't been quilting long enough to know all your lines but I know I always like your fabric, it's current without being trendy.

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  190. I am a painter too( not with my toes though). I think your pillow is so cool!
    If I could remember all the names of your fabrics then my Hubby would be really confused...I can't hardly remember peoples names that I met the day before. Now that's getting to really be OLD as Dirt!

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  191. Okay, I know I had commented yesterday but don't see the post.
    So... Here I go again.
    Been quilting for 13 years but I started out using cheap fabric until I learned the craft, which says that I would not know all your lines. I have used Zippity Doo Dah, Essence and Gobble Gobble to make quilts for people very close to my heart (on is my sister Brenda!) - I'm Sandy by the way.
    I also recalled that I used your Crazy 8 and Adoring on a small wall hanging I still need to bind.

    I love your paintings and I'm looking forward to you next Xmas line! Thanks!

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  192. After trying to figure out all the fabric lines on the pillow I developed a headache and quit. LOL!

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  193. Well, I had planned to wait to enter my list until I had found ALL the fabrics, but there a few that are real toughies! :-) So, I'm going to go ahead and list the ones that I am fairly certain of... Wow! You have desined so many gorgeous fabrics!! Amazing! (I enjoy stuff like this-- it's sort of like word find puzzles-- addicting! LOL)
    Here goes:
    1 - Tranquility
    2 -
    3 - Sweet Potato
    4 - L'Amour
    5 - Adoring
    6 - Pheasant Run
    7 -
    8 - Dear Santa
    9 - Gobble, Gobble
    10-
    11 -
    12 - Bittersweet & Boo
    13 - Holiday Happenings or All Things Christmas?
    14 - Sweet Land of Liberty? (I *did* find this fabric online, but the only description was "Sandy Gervais Woods"... so I'm guessing Sweet Land of Liberty, because the fabric reminds me of that line. :-)
    15 - Frolic
    16 - The Caroler Mitten

    It is very hard for me to submit an assignment unfinished (guess that's what made me an A student in school so many years ago ;-) but I'm stumped! LOL Maybe I'll be in the running if I at least got the ones that I *did* list correct? ;-) Thanks for the fun! :-)

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  194. Left to right top row
    1. Tranquility
    2. Nautical & Nice
    3. Sweet Potato Pie
    4. Hearts Aflutter
    5. Baby Talk
    6. Pheasant Run
    7. Mix and Mingle
    8. Dear Santa
    Left to Right bottom row
    9. Gobble Gobble
    10.
    11. I Love America
    12. Bittersweet & Boo
    13. Merry Music
    14.
    15. Frolic
    16. The Caroler

    Shawn in Michigan

    Thought of another one.

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  195. Well, hope I'm not too late! What I didn't find is Awesome... is that this year's line? I made the Acorn Alley quilt from the Fat Quarter Shop and thought I'd be a shoe-in to ID the fabrics as I do have others but had to stop here as I can't find the first I looked for! I also can't find Giddy!
    Thank you for all of your wonderful fabrics through the years!

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  196. I'm too new to quilting to have a clue about all those fabrics in your pillow, but it sure is cute! I did know that you paint all your designs, which is really neat.

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  197. Tranquility
    Democracy
    Sweet Potato Pie
    Hearts Aflutter
    Baby Talk
    Pheasant Run
    Mix and Mingle
    Dear Santa
    Gobble Gobble
    I Love America
    Bittersweet & Boo
    Merry Music
    Frolic
    Cold nose

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  198. Your pillow is charming! I heart your fabarics and especially your charm pack patterns. Thanks!

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  199. I can't name all of those fabrics, but I am familiar with a few of them. I have used Crazy Eights, Fresh Squeezed, Candy Kisses, Merry and Bright, and Tranquility in quilts. I love your designs and your cute little paintings. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  200. Your interview was such fun to read! :)

    I am not going to be able to guess all 16 fabrics, but I do recognize Gobble Gobble there on the bottom left and Frolic second to the far right, also on the bottom!

    My daughter wore her favorite Valentine's outfit to school yesterday, a Candy Kisses jelly roll skirt! http://flic.kr/p/89n1Zi

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