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An interview with Iris Karp from Attached, Inc., aka Mistyfuse

Last week I was at the Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival.  This was my first time at this regional guild show and it was a blast!  Also vending at this show was Iris Karp, the owner of Attached, Inc, the home of Mistyfuse.  I was able to get a way on Saturday afternoon to interview Iris about Mistyfuse, and two new products that I will be offering in my Website Store.  Iris has invented Bunny Paper and is now packaging MistyQs, fat quarter size precut Mistyfuse sheets to fuse your fat quarters of fabric!  

"Text It" Blog Hop

Text It by Sherri Noel

My friend Sherri Noel has just published a new book, "Text It".  Sherri and I have been in the same quilt guild for years  and have so much in common as quilt designers.  When she asked me to make a quilt from her new book and blog about it, I knew I was going to make the "1 Sheep" quilt!  After reading all about "Counting Sheep", tell me the one thing that helps you relax before bed in a comment below to enter the give-away!  Tag a friend in the comment for an extra chance to win!

Check out our Clearance Section! We have added Thangles and Triangles on a Roll!

Mistyfuse Zips

We have added many new products to the clearance section of our Website Shop!  All of these items are first quality, still available products that we just have decided not to haul to shows any longer.  Check out the new Mistyfuse Zips!  You can use these thin strips of Mistyfuse to make your own fusible batting.  Fuse your quilt tops instead of pin basting!  You can really save some bucks if you shop not to take advantage of limited quantities of these great items!  

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Everyone Loves a Challenge

I am happy to announce my first ever Appliqué Design Challenge.  You know how much I love Mistyfuse and FreeSpirit fabrics so I'm excited to have them as co-sponsors.  Your challenge is to create an original quilt design using any appliqué elements that you can cut with my Leaves Galore and/or Hearts and More templates.  All designers will start with one of four Cameo panels by Kaffe Fassett for FreeSpirit.  Your final quilt will be 30" x 30" which gives you space to create your own design of applique elements around the Cameo panel.