NOTE FROM SANDY KLOP: I read them all! Lots of new babies on the way! Several would make something to donate to very worthy causes,several would let a jelly roll be art, manyI think I read them all! Lots of new babies on the way! Several would make something to donate to very worthy causes,several would let a jelly roll be art, many quilts and table runners, totes, and clothing. So hard to choose but only one wrote a poem . That’s very close to my heart so I choose Akasha Johnson’s comment.
Pezzy oh Pezzy what I would do with you.
Make a tree? Count to three? Or make a nifty quilt of dreams?
I can use this fabric to flirt or just make a nice round skirt.
I think, I may… I think I might just use them all to my delight.
I toss a coin and then now I see that I will make all three of these. A tree shaped stuffed pillow, a quilt and a skirt.
Thanks for bring this back.
-Danell Elswick.. rabid quilter
The bad news is that we have no contact for this person. Danell, if you are out there, please contact us with your shipping information.
Today is Sandy Klop’s day on the moda Country Fair blog hop. We are thrilled to have her as a guest on the moda cutting table blog. Join us as she shares country fair memories, favorite fair foods and a “chicky” pattern. Let’s make Sandy welcome by following this blog and leaving her a nice comment…. and there may be a prize.
My FAVORITE FAIR FOOD…
is Carmel Corn without a doubt! I think I could live on it. I have a very good friend who brings me a big bucket of Carmel corn at Christmas time. I am the only one that likes it so I get the bucket all to myself.
My GUILTY PLEASURE…
is watching people! I often think it is better than a movie! But sometimes I get so involved watching I forget about the people I am with. You never know who you might see!!
I would someday like to lead a group of quilters to the fabric shops in Southern France.
I am INSPIRED BY….
American Jane Studio
I have no problem deciding what to do with it once I have a stack of yummy colors and patterns to work with. The more the merrier. Three or Five are just not enough. Two Hundred! Yahoo!
I have the best memories of going to a Saturday Market with my dad. It was not like the farmers markets today. It was more like a County Fair. There was a long covered roof like you would see at a train station. Under the long roof there were long tables filled with produce, flowers, nuts and all sorts of goodies, but it was under the table that fascinated me!
Chickens, ducks, rabbits and sometimes kittens and puppies! It was noisy, smelly and so much fun! The county fair makes me think of chickens, so for my project I made Henny Penney, Hickety Pickety and the little red hen.
Transform a basic bun basket into a prize winning work of art. You could even fill it full of candy corn if you were so inclined. For the instructions to make your own Henny Penny, Click here
I wanted to give you a sneak peek at something else I have been working on. FABRIC, of course!
I heard from many of you about Pezzy, a retired fabric that was selling on ebay and etsy for upwards of 20.00 a fat quarter. Guess what it is back! My upcoming line, Fairy Tale Friends due in stores, October.
has more of my multi colored Pezzy. In this collection, I called this print Magic Beans because they look just like what Jack in the beanstalk would have used.
And, wait, there’s more. An entire line of Pezzy Prints! Available in stores January BUT you can WIN a PEZZY jelly roll of the now!!
Follow this blog and leave me a comment about what you would do with a PEZZY jelly roll if you were the winner! I will draw a name on September 29th and announce the winner here.
One more thing, be sure and visit Liesl from Oliver + S next. I can’t wait to see what she has up her sleeve for her blog post.