Pat Sloan Giveaway

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo giveaway opportunity Link to website or photo blog.patsloan.com/2012/05/pat-sloan-thigh-high-.html

What you will need

  • My new fabric line with Moda is "Eat Your Fruits and Veggies" was just shown to quilt shops so they can order it Moda sent me the HUGE 'scrap box'.. and I'm giving away a BAG FULL of scraps! Leave me a blog comment by June 1! http://blog.patsloan.com/2012/05/pat-sloan-thigh-high-.html ALSO ask your favorite shop to order my fabric line.. it arrives in stores in October... be the first to have a bit!

Q&A with Pat Sloan

MaryJane H asked:
I love those bright colors. To me they say 4th of July, summer grass, and adventurous days. I would love the adventure of opening the box and planning a teaching session with my granddaughters. They are creative and love to learn new techniques.
Pat Sloan answered:
Thank you!!!
qulady asked:
Looks like perfect fabric for my granddaughter, Meghan, who is taking sewing & quilting lessons all summer from her grandma (me!) she has her own machine, i could see her practicing and making some fun items for her dolls & cousins' dolls as well!
Pat Sloan answered:
Joanly asked:
What beautiful colors!! Just love them! Can't wait until they are in a shop near me!
Pat Sloan answered:
Thank you Joanly!! Be sure you ask your shop to order them!
Evelyn Townsend asked:
I love the new fabrics. I hope that at least one of the Richmond area shops will carry the line. Are you sure it will take until October????
Pat Sloan answered:
thank you so much! Yes it will be Oct... all Moda lines are shown in spring at the trade show.. shops have to order in the few weeks following.. then the orders are printed and shipped in Oct!
Ladybev asked:
Tried to reach you on yor blog but iPad2 cannot open it. Off to my computer! Your fabric line of colors is so refreshing. I have had a garden since the 70's and have canned lots of veggies & made raspberry or strawberry jam, as well as pies. Now my daughter's family is doing the same thing. Bigger garden and we're both organic. Can't wait to see the fabric designs! Aprons were my first thought!
Pat Sloan answered:
I've always wanted to try canning Bev!