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September 25, 2008


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Carla Barrett

Those colors are to die for, Helen!!

Don't you dare throw those scraps in the trash.... you must use them to make something else! LOL Carla

Linda B

Oh its has to be the "Posh" range
Jane's Apple Cobbler quilt is just good enough to eat Linda B

Lynn Delahunty

Oh its the Posh range! such gorgeous fabrics and you always do such gorgeous designs, Helen, love all your stuff!!

Love the Ginger Blossom range als0 can't wait to see what your design is with these fabrics......

Princess Martha

Hehe, after reading about your mistake of fabric range, I read about the other fabrics you are using from Sandy Henderson, and thought they were Michael Miller fabrics, as I rec'd them in the mail the other day. So I went and checked the fabric and see you are correct, they are by Sandy Henderson for Michael Miller Fabrics. They are gorgeous no matter who they are by. can't wait to see the end result.

Kristi Van Os

It's the "POSH" fabrics on Jane's Blog.


oh yep it is POSH and I love it
hugs Beth


Posh. So nice of you to give it away after all the work you will be putting into it.


Guess, a 'comment' would have been better than a direct email! Anyhow it looks like this girls are certainly on the ball, with their fabric ranges! They are all right, with the 'Posh' range!
I'll post a new blog when the quilt arrives. I was hoping it would be here yesterday....
The waiting is unbearable!! I keep telling everyone its coming!!!Very exciting.
cheers for now, Jane


Well, I hope I can be in the draw. It's definitely Posh!, as everyone has said. I only hesitated seconds before I had a stack of this fabric in my hands one day!


Such beautiful fabric!!

Karen C

Oh so very POSH !!!!!!

Carrie P.

Went to Jane's blog and it looks like the line is "Posh" which is lovely.


I too checked out Jane's blog..posh it is...and your apple quilt is stunning!!


Oh Helen you make me SO JELOUS with all your georgeous fabrics....

Lynn S.

I clicked on your links...posh fabrics. The colors are beautiful. I've never done a medalion centered quilt. Have been eying the Jane Austen quilt--but the diamonds have me a bit nervous. This is a very beautiful pattern, Helen! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Liz S.

Looks like everyone beat me to the punch.A you know now it is the Posh fabric line.
Looking forward to seeing your finished quilt ;-)
P.S. I also never work on one quilt at a time least 3. It makes my DH crazy but I tell him it is a creative process and I have to be in the mood. As we know women have many moods..LOL

Liz S.

It looks like everyone beat me to it .As you know now is the Posh fabrics.
Looking forward to seeing your finished quilt.
P.S. I also work on at least 3 projects at a time. It makes my DH crazy but I tell him it is a creative process and i have to be i the mood we know women have many moods.LOL


The fabric line used in Janes Apple cobbler is Posh ..Chez Moi ...Moda .........Looks Fabulous


I think they are Posh fabrics - gorgeous quilt! I love the Ginger Blossoms ones too - looking forward to see that quilt.

Vickie E

Posh fabric line...I am trying this for a second time as typepad isn't letting me post for some reason

Mary Grace McNamara

Oh, someone beat me to it! I also checked Jane's blog and found it was the Posh range. Lovely fabrics too!

I agree with you Helen, who does just one project at a time? No one I know!


Jo in TAS

"Posh" fabrics, it's on Jane's blog

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