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We did it! The fabric baby has been birthed. We will go to market in December with 18 patterns and coordinates and hope and pray that the public gets as excited about it as we are.

Now the issue is how to get the samples made. There are so many steps involved in this process:

Serged fabric, printed tags, applied tags, fitted grommets, applied rings….. the list seems never-ending.

But we will get it done. Do I see a cottage industry in the making?

Thanks for being excited with us. Pictures will be forth coming.

And if you would like to say, “That was fun!” at the end of your project contact me at


Beacon Hill Fabrics has just come out with their new Rustic Collection and I thought you might enjoy a glimpse of what we get to see.

The video is fabulous.


Introducing The Rustic Collection

Experience The Rustic Collection through video…
Visit the Beacon Hill YouTube pageBeacon Hill’s latest introduction draws from the contrasts and similarities between rustic retreats across the Americas. The timeless and elegant designs feature natural fibers and cool and saturated color palettes complimentary to every design scheme.Visit to view the full collection.

And if you would like to say,”That was fun!” at the end of your project contact me at


Last night at about the midnight hour I was perusing random blogs to see what new friends I might find when serendipity happened.

Blog A led me to blog B…. and suddenly I stumbled upon

6th Street Design School

Kirsten was saying that she had a great time on a family trip but was glad to be home….

Suddenly I scroll down to her last picture and the caption says:

“Plus I came home to some beautiful fabrics on my doorstep.”

See that black and white fabric?

THAT’S THE FABRIC I  DESIGNED  for Duralee Fabrics!

(I know, I should be cool about it but I will NEVER get over the thrill of people liking my work enough to actually want to use it. It’s just such an awesome blessing.)

 Here it is shown on The Jennifer Chair from my new furniture collection.

My Sales Representative sent me this one of

3 Sisters Clothing

using for one of their spring jackets.

And this picture was sent in of “a sighting” where it was used as drapery.

I just might have to join my little granddaughter in a big ol’

HaPpY dAnCe! (big smile)

If YOU happen upon it somewhere I would love to see the pictures.

For more information on the products talked about here contact me at

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