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Saturday, October 18, 2014

2015 preview of Elefantz...

The clock is ticking down.
Time to make plans for 2015....


Trippin' down the time line...oh yeh. 


1930 here I come.


20 comments:

  1. oooh, I love 1930s fabric - always so whimsical.

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  2. I love 1930's prints too. Can't wait to see what you have planned :-) It's always so pretty!

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  3. 1930 fabrics are my favorite, Jenny. Can't wait to see what you come up with using them.

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  4. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with, Jenny. Have a lovely weekend. xx

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  5. Ooooh - 1930's - my fave! Can't wait to see what you have in store!!!

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  6. Can't wait to see what you have planned for the reproduction fabric. I have always had a soft spot for the reproduction fabrics.

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  7. Very pretty! I can't wait to see what you are going to come up with. I KNOW it will be beautiful!

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  8. Here, here, I'm a 1930s fan too. My very FAVE. Ditto on all the comments -- your stuff is always fantastic, and those fabrics are making me drool !!

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  9. what is the blue fabric with pink flowers and white spots above the clock called?

    I'm looking forward to what's coming up. You always create such beautiful items.

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  10. KR it is called "hanky panky" by Darlene Zimmerman

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  11. Those fabrics look lovely. Where did you get them from? 1930's fabrics always make me smile:) Jennie

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  12. Jennie, they are all from different fabric lines. Just google 1930's quilting fabric and it's everywhere! :-)

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  13. LOL, Jenny! That was one mean tease! =) Fortunately, while I don't have tilda and shabby chic and other kinds of fabrics you often use, I DO have thirties!

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  14. After opening your email, I've spent hours looking for the 1930s fabrics. HA! Thanks for the post. I would have never look into these lovely fabrics on my own. Can hardly wait to see what you are going to do with these beautiful fabrics. Blessings to you and yours. Pamela

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  15. Me encantan esas telas 1930. Felicidades.

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  16. Oh those are such pretty fabrics...Love the look of the older stuff ...Glad they still make it

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  17. I Love 1930's fabric, I have a bag in my quilting haven right now, waiting for something to do with it, I have had it since the early 2000's. This may be it, can't wait to see what it is.

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  18. Wow! Yummy! Scrumptious! Love, Love, Love 30's fabrics! Can't wait for your next creation which are all gorgeous ! And the little blue/yellow with birdies? where did those come from ?

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  19. Pamela, as I mentioned in an earlier comment response, it's called Hanky Panky by Darlene Zimmerman. :-)

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