Pink isn’t a color…it’s an attitude!

I just learned Rowenta makes a pink/white iron and a pink ironing board cover! Do you think I’m in heaven? The answer, if you have any doubt is yes! People tell me I’m a bit late with this knowledge, but I don’t care. Happy is happy and I could be happy with a pink iron! Note to self: buy pink iron when I return from market.

My assistant Nireko is from Japan, I so I am in the “know” ahead of time. In Japan you can buy the Clover Craft Iron in pink! Yes, pink! I can understand why the Japanese get it first, because Clover is a Japanese company, but I really have to protest. We need it here too! Maybe I’ll see one at Quilt Market next week. If not, I’ll send my assistant to talk to the CEO. How’s that?

Just so all of you are in the “know”, my booth at market will be pink and brown. Very chic and not too shabby I hope! Lots of little bitty birds and fabric roses. I’ll take photos for you. I haven’t had too much time to spend on my booth so I’m pulling it together at the last minute along with tons of suitcases, boxes of patterns, and no time to think about what to wear.

I leave for Houston International Quilt Market on Wednesday and I’ll be gone for a week. I’ll try to get my new patterns posted on my web site before I leave, but I can’t promise. This is the closest I’ve ever come to market without being done. My family isn’t protesting yet, but they are thinking about it.

Speaking of last minute, I’ve included a preview of my new block of the month called “Blossom Time” featuring “Miss Emma’s Garden” fabric and some of Holly’s new Lakehouse fabric. My assistant Nireko and I appliqued this quilt in just 5 days. I’ll tell you how when I get back. It really was a miracle.

Block Two from “Blossom Time”

Wish you were all coming with me to market!

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Domestic Chicky - LOVE pink! You probably know then about the little pink kenmore sewing machine. It’s not a fancy one-only $99 I think, but it actually works really well-I have the blue version.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy Roberts - Pink is definitely an attitude! I have to look into the pink Rowenta iron! I just purchased a Rowenta, but it’s not pink. Hmmm? How do I justify another iron? My $99 sewing machine is not pink either! Hmmm? What’s a girl to do?

    Anne, have a great time at Market. I’m not a quilter, so I can only imagine how busy you will be!

    Your partner in PINK, CindyReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - Poop. I just got a new iron and it’s not pink. Darn it.

    Your quilt blocks look pretty and I can’t wait to see the both. See you later on THIS WEEK. Yikes.ReplyCancel

  • randi---i have to say - If you must iron, you really should do it in style. Pink would definitely be fun!ReplyCancel

  • KSedlak - I think a pink iron would make ironing so much more fun. I like that idea.
    The block you are sharing tonight is darling. It’s amazing how fast something can be put together when your short on time.
    I wish I was going to market too. It sound like a fun trip. I love to shop.
    I wish you well. Take care and have fun.ReplyCancel

  • happy zombie - A pink Rowenta sounds so cute. Maybe aqua will be next! Sigh.

    Have a great time at Market and can’t wait to see your pics. Take lots, k. :o)ReplyCancel

  • mar - OOoo saw the pink irons at Gottschalks in Antioch. they are cute! We’ll be with you in spirit, hope all goes well.Can’t wait to see more!ReplyCancel

  • Nicole - Have a great time at Market. Wish I could see your booth! Hope you take lots of pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Siddis-in-houston - I love it! I am busy here in Houston next week! Have fun!ReplyCancel

  • Sherry - I just bought the pink Rowenta iron at Bed Bath & Beyond in Pleasant Hill. Cute, cute, cute! They are part of a breast cancer display as you walk in the front door. Plus I finally got to use one of those zillions of 20%- off coupons I have been saving. :-)ReplyCancel