Moda Pillow Talk Day 7!

Happy Monday every one!  It’s day seven of Pillow Talk and it’s Lynne’s turn over at Kansas Troubles!  I can’t wait to read her post!   She’s a tradition at Moda and in the world of quilting.  Can you imagine visiting her house?   I’d come home with a bit of the “prim” in my heart I’m sure.  She has a way of drawing you in with her colors and quilts!

Have you entered to win all the giveaways from the Moda designers?  They are the nicest group of ladies and they love to share.  Some of you are going to win some great, great prizes!

My grand-daughters were over for a bit of sewing during the Super Bowl and they fell in love with my Oliso iron!  I wish you could have heard the chit chat going on around the ironing board this weekend.  “It doesn’t spit all over our fabric Grandma!  Oh, it’s so easy to fill and now I don’t spill water all over!”  The yellow color was a hit.  They loved the yellow but they wished for a pink one for me.  LOL!

Tomorrow is the day we give away the Oliso iron!  Be sure and say “Thank You” today to Oliso on their Facebook page. Leave a comment on my Pillow Talk blog post if you want to be entered in the contest.  Only a few hours left!

You could be the lucky winner and be ironing with this iron by the weekend!

February 1st … Aneela Hoey

February 2nd … Blackbird Designs

February 3rd … Brannock and Patek

February 4th … Bunny Hill

February 5th … Cotton Way

February 6th … Fig Tree

February 7th … Kansas Troubles

February 8th … Kate Spain

February 9th … Kathy Schmitz Studios

February 10th … Thimbleblossoms

February 11th … Me and My Sister Designs

February 12th … Minick & Simpson

February 13th … Oliver + S

February 14th … Pieces From My Heart

February 15th … Laurie & Jessi Jung

February 16th … Sweetwater

February 18th … Deb Strain

February 19th … American Jane

February 20th … Primitive Gatherings

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  • Peggy - Love the iron! It would be perfect for finishing my Bunny Hill Postcards and it fits in with my sewing room decor!ReplyCancel

  • Beth Velandra - Would love to win this cadillac of irons! I so enjoy following your blog and looking at all of the beautiful things that you make.ReplyCancel

  • cheryl rauch - I have been in ironing hell for a long time. I have 4 irons that I hate. Please Anne deliver me by sending me this great iron. I will bless you forever!ReplyCancel

  • Diane Wingo - I would love to have a Oliso iron. My iron is old as dirt and I have looked and dreamed of a new one. I also love the color, would brighten up my sewing room. Reminds me of buttercups and spring.ReplyCancel

  • Robin Young - I’m having such fun doing Tinny town the obly thing that would make it better is to win the iron from you!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Les - I enjoy your blog and love all your patterns. What I like best is how everything you do looks so beautiful – Your sewing studio is wonderful and inviting – the photos on your blog are appealing and make me want to buy your fabric and sew! I also have a pastel sewing studio and the Oliso iron would look great in there! I would gladly throw out my old irons that don’t get very hot and that spit everywhere. Thanks for all you do to make quilting so appealing to us all.
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  • Nita - Just getting back into quilting – loving it! My old iron is pretty shot…the puppy chewed up the cord so it isn’t very safe to use anymore.ReplyCancel

  • Maria Ferreira - I love the way the Oliso iron lifts itself off the table so you don’t have to worry about it tipping over and the color is great too, but pink would be a phenomenal color.ReplyCancel

  • Mimi - I have never seen an iron like this before! Oh my gosh, I would love to win it… I’ve just got a cheaper iron that I bought at a department store, nothing fancy like this one!!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra - I had this iron and I really loved it but one day after about two years of using it I turned it on and it didn’t go. I don’t know what the problem was and as you can imagine I was really upset especially at the price I payed for it. so I would like another.ReplyCancel

  • DeAnna - What a beautiful iron! And the yellow would be perfect in my Mary Engelbreit sewing room. :DReplyCancel

  • Clydine - This Pillow Talk thing is neat. I’d love to win the iron. I enjoy your website.ReplyCancel

  • Pam - Hi Anne! Getting started on pillow talk a bit late, but it sure is fun! I do have this Oliso iron and I love it. It is the best iron I’ve ever had. I know you have a thing for irons…did Clover ever decide to do a limited edition Bunny Hill travel iron? Well, they should and it should be pink! Pam in ChicoReplyCancel

  • David Narong - Very inspiring indeed. How to make the world of ironing much better place to live. :-)ReplyCancel