Friday, September 21, 2007

Moda does it again!

Look at what the postman just brought to my door! I had ordered these fabrics last week from http://www.colonialcrafts.com and had forgotten how sweet it is to open the envelope from them. They always wrap a ribbon around your order. It is such a nice way to see the fabrics. I used the ribbon from a previous order on one of my pinkeeps.

This is a new collection from Blackbird Designs and once again they have included some beautiful fabrics with sampler designs on them. You can get a good look at these and the remainder of this collection at http://www.unitednotions.com/fcc_madeira.pdf. I am looking forward to using these fabrics in some of my projects both for quilting and stitching.

Have a wonderful and 'crafty' weekend!

8 comments:

Nancy said...

Beautiful fabrics Heidi - enjoy!

Joanne said...

Heidi ~ I was just looking at some of these fabrics last week at my favorite quilt shop! I almost bought a few, but then was drawn to the "wool" room and decided to buy these on my next visit :)

Angela said...

Wow Heidi,
These fabrics are just gorgeous. I'm off to see how I can order some too. I'll chat to you when you get back if I need help :>)
Doesn't wonderful post like this just nourish the soul :>)
Hugs, Angela

Kristen said...

These fabrics are gorgeous! I can't wait to see how you use them! Happy stitching and quilting!

patchwitch said...

Hi,
One of my friends made a handbag of a black and white version and it is absolutely gorgeous.

Happy stitching!

yellowfarmhouse said...

Love it when I get treasures in the mail. I'm sure you will come up with something wonderful to use them in.

Hugs - Karen

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Blackbird Designs are my favorite for samplers. I cannot tell you how many un-done BBD projects are waiting to be tackled. I love the fabric and will have to find me some here in the USA.

Thank you for sharing!

Becky

Solstitches said...

Oh so beautiful! These fabrics are simply gorgeous Heidi.
I think I'd have a hard time cutting into them but look forward to seeing what you decide to make with them.

Margaret