Monday, August 4, 2014

Love More

I was asked if I would like to help promote P&B Textiles. They have a great reputation but a little quiet on the social scene. A few of us have decided we'd like to be in on waking up their online presence!

Look at these great fabrics. The line is called Love More by Susan Black. (from the saying, "Fear Less, Love More")

This is perfect for me, because I have committed to going on a mission trip to Guatemala this fall. I don't have a lot of fears in life, but have found myself lately feeling the need to Love More so I was thrilled when this line was an option for me to work with.
There isn't a lot of contrast so that was a challenge as well.
I was so excited to see the FULL piece that I didn't bother to iron it. This one is my favorite!

I will start cutting soon, but my machine is set up for quilting and I will get that project finished first.

 Have you taken on a quilting challenge lately? I'd love to hear about it.


17 comments:

  1. Love those fabrics you have chosen. Can hardly wait to see what you design with it!!

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  2. What fun - that is a nice piece of fabric. I like the Bella Suedes - those could be lots of fun in jewelry. And the Apple Cider lines are among my favorites - they are such great backgrounds and I've also used them for backings of quilts - love them!

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  3. Ohhh love that piece of fabric.. Can't want to see what you come up with.

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  4. There are lots of possibilities with that fabric! It will be exciting to see what you come up with.

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  5. Beautiful fabric Lori - can't wait to see what you whip up.

    Karen

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  6. I love those prints. I have to pop over P&B Textiles and check it out. Thanks for letting us know. As for a quilting challenge, yes, I did. I am machine quilting for the first time. Silly me, I started with a big flannel quilt for my first try. Little did I know!! But I have learned... and I am sore but I love it. It is fun. Not quite done yet as I am pacing myself better. LOL Oh I have learned!

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  7. What fun fabrics! I look forward to see the creative process. Enjoy!

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  8. Very pretty fabrics!! I love those modern lovelies!!

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  9. Cannot wait to see what you create! Wow, a mission to Guatemala!

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  10. A mission trip to Guatemala? Sounds daring and exciting.

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  11. Good for you on the mission trip! What a challenge and adventure that will be, and I am sure you will do much good.
    Looks like a very pretty line of fabrics--something a little out of your norm. I can't wait to see what you create.

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  12. mission trip I bet you will enjoy it….I have a friend that goes every year for a week and finds it so rewarding. I have always liked P and B fabrics, they are harder to find but worth the effort in mho, this is a pretty line.
    Kathie

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  13. have fun - did they send you the fabric?

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  14. Fun fabrics, a different look for you. I d be tempted to make market bags with that adorable big print, line it with the words, etc.....

    lizzy

    PS only quilt challenge for me right now is the Eagle panel for your Flags Quilt quiltalong. I got quite a bit done at the beach this weekend.

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  15. Pretty soon you'll be going on the road promoting fabric and books!! HEE HEE... Love the new fabric!!! I'll take the scraps!!! ;-)

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  16. Guatemala! That sounds exciting and challenging! I look forward to seeing what you create with these lovely fabrics. That last piece is beautiful!

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  17. I am to receive some fabrics from P&B too.

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