Pat Sloan has a new book out called "What a Novel Idea!" and is celebrating with a fun blog hop - click here to find out the details and leave comments for the chance to win a copy of her book. It got me thinking about my novelty prints. I don't have a lot of them because I learned early on that I won't use them! They will sit in a box and once in a while I will visit them and then put them back in the box...what good is that?!?!
I pulled out a couple of my favorites to visit and to show you...
The older I get the more I love Maxine, and I have several pieces of Maxine fabrics. I plan to make aprons someday! (Yes, I do!)
I also love the Zits cartoon so if you see of that on fabric, let me know!
On the right is a Mary Engelbreit panel that someone gave to me and I plan to make pillows for my daughter and myself. (Yes, I will so!)
I love fabrics with words on them and have a small collection going. On the left are 2 of my favorites. (Pretty sure I won't use these fabrics, but they are so fun to visit!)
Here is a fabric collection I started last year...novelty prints for a quilt for my teenage son, who is an accomplished guitarist. This is actually why I need this book...to get some inspiration for putting these fabrics together in some kind of interesting design that would show them off and not be too busy/overwhelming.
So what I said at the beginning of the post about leaving comments on the blog hop to win Pat's book, forget I said that...don't leave any comments, so I have a better chance to win the book!! (*wink*)