Friday, February 16, 2007

Flicky Friday



Well my little samples of Chocolate Lollipop are settling in just fine with their new friends. This is a shot of my sewing spot that is at the end of my fabric wall and my sorting table. So its a toss up between needing even more storage space or more time to sew up all those supplies sitting on the shelf. Both, I think. I am currently working on my husband to build me a new table from some old doors leftover from the kitchen remodel. I'll keep ya posted on that one.

In other news, I am FINALLY flicking! with the rest of the world (see fun flickr badge in right column, I am so proud) It's gonna take me a while to upload everything there, but it'll be tantalizing to organize all those photos. And so many intriguing groups and photo pools there too! What took me so long!? Oh and I already started a Chocolate Lollipop group to chronicle all those lovelies that you'll no doubt be whipping up this spring. I'm early on that and late on starting a Bohemian Beauties group...but I've gone ahead and added that one too. I've seen so many wonderful things out there, and now you have a spot to share them. You know who are! Upload those flickin' photos!

Have a great weekend! xo,AM

16 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:37 AM

    I love your flickr photos and your new fabric!Thanks for sharing.
    :) Laura

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  2. Oh wow! I had to add you - there's just way too much inspiration here! Thank you for sharing!

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  3. I just found a new quilting shop that will be carrying your new fabric when it comes out. They ladies at the shop where actually looking at the designs when I was there and I recognized them from your previous post. Exciting!

    I need to find some cute cake plates like you have sitting in that photo too!

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  4. I just popped on over after reading about your fabric debut on Quilter's Buzz, and wanted to say, "WOW!" Totally love it and can't wait til May (is that when it comes out?); I'm finding these colors and designs most inspiring for dresses and skirts for my girls. Everything looks really wonderful over here! Thanks for sharing. xox

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  5. I finally joined flickr and "kinda" figured out how to work my way around. There are so many amazing amateur photographers and just in general amazing "artists" out there, pure eye candy :) check out the flickr group on the right of my blog that highlights the swap I just co-hosted. Some great creations featured.

    Looking forward to your new collection debut!!

    lucy

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  6. Love looking at the Chocolate Lollipop fabric over and over again....all the handbags and little girl dresses that could be made! :o)

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  7. Hello!! I found you through a flickr group and I had to add you(^-^)!!! Your fabrics are so beautiful and everything you make is adorable!! I will make sure to buy your Chocolate lolipop when it comes out(^-^). I can't wait!!!

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  8. Hi, I dont know if this is appropriate, but I have just re done my craft workspace with a (luxury) pasting table from Homebase (UK), I am sure they have similar things in the US too. It is much stronger than an ordinary pasting table and cost twice as much at £30 which I think is about $20? But still cheap and sturdy. I covered mine in Martha Stewart polka dot Fablon, and it looks quite nice. I might post this tip on my blog! The length of the table is 160 ish cm and 60 ish cm wide. i will take pics for my blog, but its currently holding up a boookshelf with crafty stuff packed into it a sewing machine, my lap top and countless other ephemera. Just an idea!

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  9. Your one amazing women. I found your blog from lurking around others…and love your designs, fabrics and now those flicker pictures are delicious!! I LOVE your kitchen...it's fabulous...the colors are great! So, I read often and will be looking for you fabrics to start some fun projects!

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  10. WOW, have been waiting patiently for your new range of fabric. You certainly are inspirational with your designs and between you and Heather have sparked a new interest in different styles of fabric then I would usually work wiht. Can't wait for the fabric line to reach Oz, but until then will have to just admire your blog - which by the way is excellent!!!! Pennie

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  11. welcome to the joy that is Flickr! I'm addicted for sure. I spend more time at Flickr than anywhere else online!

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