Posted by: Toni | August 8, 2007

holy moly batman!

I received my Hancocks of Paducah yesterday and OMG the have the most perfect…I mean the most perfect fabric for my sewing studio…..wanna see?



kinda wish they had a black version of this fabric….but I’m going to do my sewing studio with curtains from these!! 😀

And for my sister (whom ever that is) who is a knitting pirate, they have one for you:

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  1. I though of you immediately when I saw that last night as I perused my catalog!

  2. How awesome! You go, girl – breaking stereotypes of quilters as lacey old ladies.

    That is the coolest thing I’ve read all day. I hope you post photos when you are done!

  3. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for posting this! My daughter and I are on a “Pink Pirates” walking team for the Susan G. Komen breast cancer research foundation, and I’m going to make us matching walking gear. Yay!

  4. LOL – I was going to e-mail you today and ask if you’ve seen this – it could have been designed for you!!

  5. Have you posted pictures of your sewing area? Curious.

  6. Heehee! Those are so cool!

  7. That is quite the fabric. I guess you are not the only “Quilting Pirate” in the world – LOL. I had no idea there would be more :))

    The fabric will certainly make great curtains.

  8. I can just see my Mom with a knitting bag in that fabric LOL!

  9. That fantastic fabric. I just did a bit of damage at Fabricshack with some money I had in PayPal from sellig unwanted stash. Woops.

  10. How perfect for you! You must post some pictures when you get the curtains up.

  11. Those fabrics are awesome!!!


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