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Monday, February 1, 2010

Rebecca's Madders

Hello Pieceful Quilters!

What an exciting week we have had here at Pieceful Gathering. Tuesday morning, Katie and Demi called me down on some pretext and handed me a large mailer to open. I knew something was up - especially when Demi started snapping pictures:

What the.... Well, I'll be darned!

The "Boards" (Representative's Sales Folder) with my fabric line from Blue Hill Fabrics had arrived in the mail. I hadn't really known what to expect, but the line turned out even nicer than I had anticipated! I think you will all agree!

So, without further ado, here are
Rebecca's Madders:

If you want to see bigger pictures, they are already on the Blue Hill Website! Wow - they have my name and everything! I am famous - Woo Hoo! Don't worry, I haven't turned into a Diva, yet! I don't see it happening any time soon, either.
While you are on the Blue Hill Website, be sure to check out Grace's Dowry Shirtings by another local designer, Beth Fuller. We are just surrounded by fame in the Chicago area - at least in our own little quilting circles.
Anyway, the company told me that the fabric would be in stores in the Fall, but our rep told me June. Who knows? We will be putting together fat quarter and snippet bundles as soon as they come in. If you would like us to save you a bundle, please let us know. It would be helpful to know if we need to order more right away.
Thanks for all your support - you are the ones that make this worth doing!


  1. WOW!!! Congratulations! I had no idea you were designing a fabric line! I love it... how thrilling, like you just gave birth to a child. Isn't it cool to think of all the lives that will be touched by your creation? Just awesome!

  2. That is fantastic! You are a famous designer now. And I can say I rubbed elbows with you befoe the fabric designing, before the pattern dsigning, and before the shop even. All the best and keep up the god work. Beth

  3. beautiful fabrics! oh yes I will need lots of them! congrats, we never have enough madders