She’s a busy little monster! Things are very busy for me, the Maverick Quilter, and you can catch up with me in several locations over the next couple of months! First up on my calendar is a home sale down in the Carmel Highlands. Don’t you need a weekend getaway to the beautiful Monterey Peninsula?!? I think you do. My Aunt Colleen is offering her CocoDot Designs little girl dresses and tutus.
Hi It’s me, Mavis Quinn, cub reporter for where Cuckoo Women Create Magazine.com.org.biz, on a big new assignment – the mega-hit of the internet PinDressed. Wow, this is a super great place to see and share your photos, recipes, quotes, fashion and so much more! According to Women’s Wear Daily, the averidge person spends 3.97 hours per day on this creative pinning site. And the non-averidge person spends .021 hours
This is a Special Report by intenerate (illiterate, Ed.) cub reporter, Mavis Quinn… Hello Dreary Readers, I am happy to say that I am back, out of jail, on parole, and ready for my next assignment for my great magazine Where Cuckoo Women Create.com.org.biz. As you may know my Editor-Who-Is-Large sent me on a year-long assignment called Bleat, Clay, Blubber, based upon a best-selling book by that name. You see,
Well, hello there – do you like my mustache? Ok – this is an old photo, but just one of many of me wearing mustaches! I don’t know what it is, but I’ve been a bit obsessed with mustaches for quite a while. Maybe it’s because I look so good in a mustache! It seems as though popular culture has caught up with me because I’ve been getting the most
Well, good job Deputy Detectives, we found the mystery fabric. The amazing Quilt Pixie, Kyla Laffoon, sent me information today that it is a vintage Kaffe Fassett fabric called Spools! This is her message: Found it! On http://www.westminsterfabrics.com, I determined that all Kaffe Fassett fabric patter numbers start with “GP”. The numbers for his fabrics never started with a 3… so I searched the Google 😉 for “vintage Kaffe Fassett Fabric”
The quilt police have issued a BOLO (Be On the Lookout) for this fabric. Can you Deputy Detectives help me identify the name and number of this fabric? One of my students wants more of this for her quilt and we cannot even find any images of it on my friend Gigi Google. The label that we have reads Westminster Fibers Inc. Patt# GP-3 … and the rest is CUT