January 31, 2011

Pat and Me (and a giveaway for you!)

Two posts in one day! I know, crazy! Just wanted to remind you to tune in to Pat Sloan's Creative Talk Radio show today at 4PM EST for my chat with Pat!
To add to the fun, i'll be giving away a Fat Eighth bundle of Central Park!All you need to do is leave a comment on Pat's blog and she'll draw a winner this Friday. That's all there is to it!

8 comments:

  1. I have been listening you from Europe. You were fantastic! How sweet from you to share the story of your friend Joyce and her daughter. I am working on a new project, which happens to be a fandango quilt... I told you already but I love love love your fandango line! It is so Spanish! :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. Right on! : )

    and if it helps... I did THREE posts today. lol

    LOVE this fabric. I'm heading over to sign up.

    ReplyDelete
  3. What a terrific interview! I ran to get my McCall's Quilting to read the article. How sad the Kirston did not survive her battle with cancer, but how nice that you were part of something so exciting!

    I am so impressed with how talented people seem to excel in so many different areas. Not only are your designs beautiful and beautifully drawn, but your blog is well-written and fun to read; you give a TERRIFIC interview; and you are involved in so many activities to help other people out. Same with Anna Maria Horner and Sandy Gervais, the two other designers I have on my iGoogle homepage. You ladies rock!

    I LOVE Central Park line, especially the logo. I wish there was a quilt pattern that featured the Central Park logo!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Kate, I enjoyed hearing you so much today. Just wanted to tell you how touched I was to hear you talking about the lady and her daughter who became your friends. I've been sewing for years but am just learning to quilt and about all these wonderful fabrics. Your lines are beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Not McCalls, American Patchwork and Quilting. (They came at the same time.) Such a nice story, I'm sorry I got the magazines mixed up.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Listened to the interview today and I think you did excellently Kate! It's too bad that we won't be seeing each other again in SLC but hopefully in Houston in the Fall!

    ReplyDelete
  7. I left a comment there and will have my fingers crossed until Friday. Hubby will be cooking so I can continue to keep them crossed. HAHA

    I have to say your little sneak peek up there about "Flurry" has me already looking forward to Christmas 2011. It looks like another I must have.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I love love love this inspiring Central Park Line of fabrics. They remind me of my days spent in Central Park. I especially like the reference to the zoo! So cute. Thanks for your wonderful designs.

    ReplyDelete