I have a new family!

It’s possible to have two families and be very, very happy!  I have two families and I can’t stop smiling!  When I saw this ad in “Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine”  I started that “pinch me now” thing I have going.  I’ll never get used to the excitement of joining the wonderful  Moda family!  I’m keeping the ad around so that when my “first” family gives me trouble I can hold it up and threaten to go live with my “second” family.   There must be a little space in that huge Moda warehouse of fabric I could “room” in.  Or, maybe I could live in the room of vintage textiles I’ve heard about.    One can dream.

The picture for the ad was taken at Spring market by Camille Roskelley  herself!    She’s a wiz with her Nikon camera!  Actually amazing is a better word.   After a few trial shots, she set the camera on a timer and jumped in the photo.   We were all laughing and having the best time.  Then Eleanor Burns  happened to walk by and made us all crack up!    Can’t tell you what she said because, well, you’ll just to ask her, but it was funny!  Being with Moda is so much fun!

And now I’m working on two fabric lines for Moda.  I’m waiting for the strike offs for my Fall line to arrive any day.   Here’s a little hint;  if you loved “Lily & Will” you are going to love my next line too!   I wish I could have all of you over when the strike offs come so you can see how exciting it is!  I grab the UPS package, hug the driver and race up to the studio tearing the package open on the way.  We have a “jump around the strike offs” moment, and for the rest of the day I’m in the BEST mood!  I just can’t wait!

Chelsea, Bitsy and Mooch are anxiously waiting too because I have a tendency to give little treats when I’m in a really good mood!

Hope you’re having a great weekend!

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Dandelion Quilts - What a nice family it is! Congrats Anne!ReplyCancel

  • Bren - . . . now see. . . I think you look perfectly at home in that ‘family’! It suits you perfectly!
    xo, BrenReplyCancel

  • Mary on Lake Pulaski - You fit right in with your new family Anne! Can’t wait to see what you have in store with your next line!ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - You made the Moda family complete! Congrats again on your move! Will be anxiously watching for pics of the strike-offs, and your ‘jump around the strike-offs’ dance!ReplyCancel

  • KatieQ - If you’re hugging the UPS guy does that mean he’s joining the family too? As usual, I can’t wait to see what you have waiting for us. Just when I think it can’t get any better, you manage to top yourself.
    I’m glad your new family is treating you well; you deserve it!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - What an awesome family to be part of!ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Moda vintage textiles? Oh my, let me catch my breath! If you lived in that room though, you’d never get any sleep! Congrats again on being part of that amazing group, can’t wait to see your new lines as they are released :-)ReplyCancel

  • Sue Daley - Hi Anne,
    Can you tell me if Lilly and Will yardage has been released yet?
    I started using it for one of my new starter packs and love it so much I want to make it into a quilt now and was hoping to have it finished for Houston. It is so beautiful.

    Hugs
    Sue DaleyReplyCancel

  • rita vermeersch - I`m glad for you that the Modafamily adopted you, and in the nearly future, we shall be able to buy more of your nice works, made with the lovely fabrics from Moda.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy C. in Utah - Anne, It really is a great photo and Camille is a truly talented photographer. Last Christmas she had a picture on her blog that brought tears to my eyes, the sheer simplicity and beauty of it. Congrats on being part of that wonderful Moda group. Man, what I would give for a chance to be turned loose in their warehouse for just 2 minutes…*looking a little dreamy eyed here I think*. I can’t wait to see your new fabric lines. I just know I will adore them. Hugs coming at ya.ReplyCancel

  • Lynn S. - I really enjoy the article on you, your home and studio in the new issue of Quilter’s Home Magazine. Fabulous! Fabulous! Fabulous! Also, I entered my completed Baltimore Bunny Quilt in the regional quilt show. It won a ribbon for best handquilting and second place in applique. I love your fabrics, designs, and patterns!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra - Congrats Anne what a wonderful second family and you deserve them with all of your beautiful work. I can’t wait to see your new fabric.ReplyCancel