Shawn, I love your fabrics, you are talented. Check out Target's rainboots online called Dots Spots. They remind me of Lollidots.
This is so cute!! I know if quilts like these were in stores, they'd be selling like crazy. They're so vibrant and fun.
Hey, will you remember me when you are a big shot counting your millions??? You're designs are outstanding!--Hey, they should pay you by the dot! Hee hee...keep making dots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
WoW Northwest! I Did! They did look a lot like my lollidot. Here I thought I was being original making it look like the wrapping on Wonder Bread. ;O)Thanks Michele! I think so, too! I would think there's a huuuge market for really cute, vibrant fun quilts.Aww Doodlestreet. You're so sweet! I love the idea of just drawing dots! I LOVE dots!!! Wait-a-minute. Who are you? Doo? Doodlestreet? Shooooot. Forgot you already!!! ;o)
I love this!
You can do Sally, Dick or Jane? and Spot? Way cool. And I'm glad your mom is doing OK, and that your sister and brother are supportive. Best wishes and warm reagrd.
Thank you Valgal!!! :O)And thank you Knitting Painter Woman!!! I am the Sally, Dick and Jane gal. If you see it on fabric, I did it. Thank you for thinkin' I'm way cool! ;O)Oh. And by the way. Thank you so much for the best wishes and warm regards to me and my mom and my siblings. We're all so very happy.
Now I'll be looking for Spot and... what was the kitty/s name? My mother was named Jane, and my Aunt is Sally (who was "curly and blonde" when small)-- so I always had a particular fondness for them. Did you have to buy a license from the publisher?
The kitty's name was Puff. :O)How cute that your mom and sister were named Sally and Jane. Yes, we do have a license from the publisher. with a large style guide that I must follow . There are limited phrases and words and images we can use. I make the most of it and do the best I can within the guidelines. You can see some other cool stuff that people made from the Dick and Jane fabric at our company blog: http://www.makingitfun.blogspot.com
Then Mum went and married "Bob." Smith. So they were Jane and Bob Smith. VERY VERY common at the time. (I'm sure the commonness of it chafed her horribly!) I'll go investigate the other product lines! Go, Puff, Go!... and now to work. ;-)
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