Friday, June 17, 2011

Artful Home by Heather Mulder Peterson | A Fat Quarter Shop Friday Sponsored Post

Happy Fat Quarter Shop Friday everyone! Pattern and fabric designer Heather Mulder Peterson, creative guru behind Anka's Treasures, is here to talk with us today.

Named after her great grandmother, Anka Petersen, Anka's Treasures has been a quilting institution since 1996. I doubt you can go to any quilt shop across the US and NOT find a couple of Heather's books. They are everywhere! Filled with tips and tricks for the busy quilter, her company is where trendy meets traditional.

With 20 fabric lines to her name, Heather is going to chat with me about one of her newer releases with Henry Glass Fabrics, Artful Home!

Artful Home

RWQ: Thanks for being here today and talking with me Heather, please tell me about your design background and when you began quilting.

I began quilting as a freshman in college and found myself immediately addicted. I soon picked a new major and began pursuing my quilting as a possible career. Little did I know what I was getting myself into! I’ve been in business since 1996, starting small while working on my sophomore year in college. I initially did machine quilting and published a few patterns on the side. It was a really slow start, but I now design books and patterns full-time.

My degree is actually in business administration, so I have no formal training in design. I'm sure it would have come in handy, but instead I have to lean on my 5% talent and 95% hard work. In addition to publishing designing quilt patterns, I also design fabrics for Henry Glass and Co, along with doing some teaching and lectures on quilting.

RWQ: So, Anka's Treasures is truly a "Home Grown" company then. I think that really shows through your brand. And what a great legacy for your grandmother. I'm sure she's so proud of you! Aside from your family, where do you draw your inspiration from?

Simply - the world around me. From the flowers in my garden, to the pattern on the pocket lining of my jeans, it's a beautiful world out there!

RWQ: Nature has always been a favorite place to find quilting ideas, but I absolutely LOVE to find inspiration in the most unlikely of places too. What inspired Artful Home?

My inspiration for this line came from my home. I love the feeling of coming home - to my own kitchen, my favorite chair, my own bed. Coming home means it's comfortable, inviting, cozy and comfortable. I wanted this line to have that feeling. The colors are taken from my home, with my favorites being the red and black. Turquoise has been such a hot color, and I wanted that to become a part of my home as well. The colors are dark, but have a bright punch to keep them from getting too dark or primitive. The patterns in this line, from the floral, to the dots, stripes, and tonal were inspired by my love of home dec fabrics. I love that little bit larger scale that home dec fabrics have.

RWQ: You are a prolific fabric designer. What techniques do you use to create your fabric? Can you briefly talk about your other lines?

This summer my 20th line will hit the stores. I do my fabric design the old fashioned way - by sitting down with paint and paint brush. I used to love art class in high school and college, but I never thought that I would find a way to make my art marketable. Painting my lines in this way brings me back to when I first discovered that I love to draw, paint and doodle. My designs reflect that I do everything by hand, lending them a whimsical style that shows up throughout my lines. I remember when Henry Glass approached me about designing fabric for them. I had to admit to them that I had no idea how to go about it, but they were willing to work with me and my hand-painted swatches.

RWQ: You mentioned you were bitten by the quilting bug in college. How would you describe your quilting "style"?

I love traditional quilts, brighter colors, and easy techniques. My designs reflect that. I used to lean more towards traditional quilts with dark colors, lots of black and appliqué, so my designs from several years ago reflect that. (I now lovingly refer to that era as my "Gothic" phase).

My look has changed a lot over the years. Part of that change is geared toward changes in the market, as people are looking for easier patterns and popular colors have changed. Part of the change is my love of following new trends in colors and design. That is why my tag line for my blog is "Trendy meets Traditional". I think it describes me perfectly (or at least what I want to be). It also allows some freedom within my look and designs, as I can evolve with the new trends as they come along.

RWQ: I think that was smart way to market yourself, Heather, and prevent your brand from being labeled and/or put in a box so to speak. Now, I'm sure my readers are getting tired of me asking this question, but I have the hardest time naming my quilts. How do you go about naming your fabrics?

I hate that part too! Don't even get me started . . . .

RWQ: Lastly, if my readers want to learn more about you or Anka's Treasures, how can they find you online?

My website: www.ankastreasures.com, particularly the Inspirations tab:
http://www.ankastreasures.com/category_11/Inspiration.htm
My Blog: www.ankastreasures.wordpress.com

If my readers want to know more ... of course they do! What kind of a question was that... :)

Some Artful Home yardage is available for purchase at the Fat Quarter Shop!

Artful Home by Heather Mulder Peterson

Now is your chance to WIN a half yard bundle of this wonderful collection donated by the Fat Quarter Shop!

Artful Home by Heather Mulder Peterson

To enter for your chance to win, leave a comment on this post. Only one entry per person, please. All duplicate entries will be deleted.

I will draw one winner using the Random Number Generator and announce them here on Wednesday, June 22, 2011!

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297 comments:

  1. I like Heather's lines and fabrics. Her blog has great photos of her home and view.

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  2. I love this line, and I cant wait to purchase her new book, its amazing!
    jmistok(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I love Heather's fabric lines. I own several of her books and patterns. This line of fabric is especially wonderful with the red & aqua.

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  4. Fun to read. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway. Hugs!

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  5. Heathers fabrics and patterns are wonderful! She has a lot more talent than she gives herself credit for!

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  6. Oh yummy fabric, I have nearly all Heather's books and I would love some of her fabric to go with it.

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  7. Fantastic dining room to go with that gorgeous fabric!

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  8. Love this line, even tough it is a little departure from my usual tastes. Her new book is fabulous-I purchased it right after I saw her blog postings & photos-love how the quilts are for larger designs that you don't want to cut all up!

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  9. what a great line of fabric!! I would love to play with these.. I own one of her books and love it...

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  10. I enjoy Heather's blog and her fabric line. What a talented lady. I love how the black fabric accents this line.

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  11. Definitely a fan of Heather's - I feel like her patterns are worth buying, and her fabrics are lovely!

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  12. I love the colors of the line.

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  13. I really like this fabric. I am not usually drawn to black and red but it works so well together and I love the turquise. Thanks for doing the interview. It is a good way to get to know a designer that you normally would not be drawn to.

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  14. Love this! What a great color palette!

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  15. Heather line of fabric is awesome, need to make a gift for daughter-in-law, those colors would be perfect.

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  16. I love this fabric! I love her newest pattern book even more!

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  17. Love that brick red!! Such a hard color to find, too, Thanks for the chance to win some of these goodies!

    Sandy A

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  18. Love her fabric and have a full FQ bundle of Wildflowers, just waiting patiently to be cut into.

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  19. gorgeous subtle assortment
    half yard bundle very generous
    looks like too much fun!

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  20. Beautiful fabric!! I love the colours, they're very "comfortable"! :)

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  21. I really love the turquoise colors she uses in her fabrics!

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  22. Thanks to you and fqs for the giveaway. Heather's interview was wonderful - especially reading about her inspiration and development of the Artful Home collection. Please put my name in the hat.

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  23. I love Heather's fabrics and patterns. What a talent she has.

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  24. what stunning fabrics! loving the aqua/red combo lately!

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  25. I have always loved her quilts and fabrics, enjoyed reading more about Heather. I love that fabric, beautiful prints and shades.

    Debbie

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  26. These fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for the chance!

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  27. Just love her colors and fabric designs - timeless in their elegance. Many thanks for the giveaway !

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  28. Beautiful fabric. Love the colors...brown and aqua-yum!

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  29. I love Heather's new line, it has my favorite colors in it. I follow her blog and I have been checking quilt store for her book but haven't found it yet. It is hard sometimes to get the fabrics you see on line up here in Canada and the mailing is getting so expensive.

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  30. Those colors are right up my alley! Woot!!

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  31. Heather's fabrics are all so lovely. If I had seen Artful Home a few weeks ago, I would have ordered some of the red and aqua to finish my red and aqua quilt! It's gorgeous...her red and aqua fabric I mean! I love how rich the reds are. Keep creating, Heather! We love what you do!

    MGM

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  32. Great interview! The fabric is yummy, count me in!

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  33. ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!
    What an addition that would make
    to my fabric stash! ;-)

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  34. These are gorgeous!

    airjordi at yahoo dot com

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  35. wow, what rich colors! my mother would love this line - off to share the linkie!

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  36. Heather's fabrics are wonderful. I love the colors of the fabrics.

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  37. I love Heather's designs and fabric, Artful Home is no exception, in fact, I have already made a king size quilt out of it!

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  38. Heather's fabric line is wonderful.

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  39. wow! those fabrics are lovely. I think it's awesome that she paints her designs first!

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  40. Love all of Heather's stuff. :) The fabric, the patterns, and the knitting!

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  41. such rich rich colors! lovely!

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  42. Great interview! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  43. Awesome fabrics I would love a chance to win them .

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  44. I love the rich colors of this line. Thanks for the chance!

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  45. I like this color combination. I have a brown leather couch and think I could build a room around this. I just need some of this fabric for a quilt which is my inspiration.

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  46. Great interview and great fabrics - love, love, love them and hoping they come to live at my house.

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  47. Great interview! Thanks for the chance!

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  48. Loved the interview. Fantastic mix of brick red and aqua - blending with black accents just makes it all pop.

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  49. I could use some new fabric for my stash!

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  50. I love the colours! What a great giveaway :)

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  51. Love the red and aqua color combo! Can't wait to see this line.

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  52. Such cool fabric.....love the turqoise!

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  53. Thanks for the generous giveaways...
    Awesome fabrics...
    I would love to win it ^^
    Cheers...

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  54. What a great line, I love the red, aqua and brown combos. Thanks for another great interview and giveaway : )

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  55. Beautiful fabrics! They will be a nice addition to my fabric stash. Thanks for the chance.

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  56. I love her fabric lines and reading her blog. so much talent!

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  57. Beautiful fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  58. I do love Heather's work and have followed her blog for awhile now. She creates some lovely patterns and designs. This new fabric has such great color combos. Thanks for the chance to win this pretty fat bundle.
    Regards,
    Anna

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  59. To have a successful business since '96 in this industry shows what a great job Heather does! Girl's got talent!

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  60. These are beautiful. What wonderful talent.

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  61. Gorgeous colors! I could find so many ways to use this!

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  62. Great versatile fabric - kinda Christmas and kinda not!

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  63. what beautiful fabric. I would love to win.

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  64. such rich colors - love them :) thanks for a chance to win - laurie

    llsbaskets@comcast.net

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  65. Oh, those colours! I just want to curl up on the couch with a book and cocoa!

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  66. I love these colors and can't wait to buy Heathers new book!

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  67. YUMMM! Love the color combos! :o)

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  68. I just got the Living Large 2 book and I'm crazy over the Artful Home prints. I've been going through the book trying to pick which project to make first and it's hard to choose! I sure would like to win the fabrics! Thanks for the chance.

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  69. Thankyou for the fantastic giveaway. It looks yummy

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  70. just gorgeous colors and design! Would love to own some of this!

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  71. this line of fabric is inspiring, I can see myself doing all sorts of quilt with it. Better get some quick.

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  72. Beautiful fabrics- they would be great for so many projects

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  73. Really nice color and deign. I love the red.

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  74. What rich colors - definitely right up my alley!

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  75. Heather's fabrics & patterns are wonderful-I'm proud to say that she's from Minnesota!

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  76. This collection is stunning! I hadn't seen them before and am just in love!

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  77. You fabrics and the colors are just amazing!!! Win or not, I've got to go find me some of these ... wonderful patterns too! Thanks for sharing!

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  78. I love Heather's patterns and fabric lines. Her fabrics are always so bright and cheerful. Thanks for the interview and giveaway :-)

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  79. What a wonderful interview! Great questions; it is always so inspiring for me to learn how the quilt pros do what they do! I always love everything Heather puts out, and I would love the chance to work with some of her fabrics!

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  80. Oh, I love that table runner! Gorgeous fabric colors, thanks for the chance to win!

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  81. I love red and turquoise! These fabrics are lovely!

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  82. Have to say I just LOVE this line...the patterns and most definitely the colors!!! Thanks for a chance at the the giveaway.
    ~Terry~
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  83. I adore the colors in this line! Yummy!

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  84. What great colours. The turquoise is fab with the red and the brown. The striped one is my favourite!

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  85. I found Heather's blog a long time ago and have followed her since. I just love her fabrics and really love her new book Living Large 2. I will get that book soon because there are a few quilts in there that I just love. Her newest fabrics are just beautiful.

    The table runner shown in this post is one of my favorites.

    Thank you so much for this opportunity to win her gorgeous fabrics.

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  86. Please enter me. I'm a big fan.

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  87. I have some of Heather's books ... have made her Crossroads Tablerunner quite a few times for gifts. The new fabrics look wonderful.

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  88. Beautiful! Thanks for the chance :)

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  89. I love the rich colors in this line ~ just stunning!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  90. I'm new to Heather's quilts and line of fabric, but boy are they awesome. See down here in Oz we don't always get all the new lines, only those that the distributors chose to import and then finding a store that is going to keep them close. Online shopping has its advantages but I still want to support my local quilt shop.
    Would really love to win some of this line, thanks for the chance.

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  91. Great interview! I love Heather's designs and fabrics and have a couple of her books. As she says, she gives easy techniques that make a simple quilt look complicated. The newest line is just gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  92. What wonderful fabric! I love all your giveaways - thank you.

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  93. Lovely fabric. Very versatile. Heather work is fabulous.

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  94. Thanks for sharing the interview, I love Heathers patterns! Thanks for the chance to win too!

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  95. wow what talent she is wonderful her work is very inspiring. her use of color and the art that goes into her prints just great.

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  96. Gorgeous colours. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  97. Beautiful fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win some of them!

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  98. I love Heather Mulder Peterson! Her fabrics and patterns are absolutely beautiful!!!

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  99. I just bought Heather's book "Living Large 2" and would love to have some of her fabrics as well! I can't wait to make one of her new patterns.

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  100. I just love how the teal just makes the collection comes together.

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  101. I love Heather's fabrics and patterns, have just finished a table runner from one of her books. Thanks for the chance to win some of her fabric.

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  102. I just have to give it a try - it would be so wonderful to win.

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  103. Great interview. I really enjoyed reading it -- thank you.

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  104. Thanks for the interview, what a talented lady she is.

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  105. Terrific fabric! Great giveaway!

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  106. Lovely fabric. The colors are so beautiful.

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  107. I love Heather's fabrics and patterns. Her new line is especially pretty. She is extremely talented and I wish should could blog everyday! Her blog is wonderful.

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  108. I just love Heathers fabrics and patterns. I cross my fingers and hope I will win. Thanks for the give away! Hugs Ullis in Sweden

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  109. those blues/teals are calling my name, especially the dotty print

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  110. Love, love Heather's fabric lines and her patterns. I've been following Heather for sometime now.

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  111. Great fabrics from a great designer! thanks for the giveaway!!

    gatesey929(at)aol(dot)com

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  112. She is such a great designer. thanks for the interview! I love this new line.

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  113. Lovely fabrics, lovely interview too
    myredwellies(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk

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  114. Can't pass up having a go at winning this gorgeous bundle.

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  115. Great fabric and love the colors. Heather's line of fabrics are amazing.

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  116. Great post. I especially love the turquoise prints in Heather's new line. And thanks for the giveaway.

    LeAnn aka pasqueflower

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  117. Gorgeous line and wonderful colors! Great inspiration...thank you so much for the post!

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  118. Beautiful and rich color combintion ! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  119. Beautiful fabric...would love to make the table runner

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  120. Great colours in that 'story'. hugs Naomi

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  121. The lattice effect makes Heather's style distinctive and I appreciate her talent afresh, thanks to the interview.

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  122. Such GREAT colors! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  123. Goodness.. I have just visited Heather's website/blog - WOW!! Not only are her fabrics divine, but her patterns are gorgeous. Will have to keep an eye out in Australia for them, otherwise will have to order some from FQS. Thanks for the opportunity. leahgav@yahoo.com.au

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  124. I like it! Looks like a very grownup line to me.

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  125. I love that fabric line. Can't wait to get the new book. Thanks for the give away.

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  126. These were beautiful, Id love the bundle :o)

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  127. Anka is really living the dream! I'd love to win some fq's of her Artful Home, I love the punch of turquoise with the brick red!

    tabatha(dot)holtz(at)gmail(dot)com

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  128. These fabrics are beautiful! Thank you Ryan for letting me in on this beautiful serect!

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  129. Thanks for the great interview. I especially love the blues in this line! Just gorgeous!

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  130. Thanks for the chance to win the lovely fabric!
    :)

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  131. Once again a great interview. I love learning about the designers.

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  132. So very pretty. Great colors!

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  133. I love Heather's fabrics and patterns! I just bought her book Living Large 2 and would love to win some of her fabric.

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  134. The colors in Heather's new line are so wonderful! I love that she named her business after her grandmother!

    Lisa L

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  135. What lovely, lovely, LOVELY fabric. To be so bold and beautiful, both at the same time. And formal, yet not fussy. I love the colors, and think they're just as beautiful as Heather.

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  136. I love the colors. Thanks for the chance to win such gorgeous fabric.

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  137. Thanks Ryan, Heather, and The Fat Quarter Shop for an awesome giveaway!

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  138. I love the use of black with the vibrant colors. It really makes the fabric pop.

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  139. Oh! I love the richness of these colors. Who wouldn't want to win some? Thanks for giving us the chance at it :o) Sarah

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  140. I have the prefect pattern already picked out for this fabric. Pick me, pick me! HA! I love it. Thanks for the opportunity to win some beautiful fabric!

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  141. Love these beautiful fabrics -- the colors are so rich and vibrant. Thanks for the opportunity to win some. Great work, Heather! Keep up the wonderful work! :)

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  142. Great interview with Heather. She is also a talented knitter and photographer.

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  143. Oh my. Love those colors. Please pick me!

    Thanks Ryan, for the wonderful article.

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  144. I absolutely love the table runner Heather made with the fabrics... it is gorgeous!

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  145. I love this line of fabric! Love Heather's blog also.
    Lroghair (at) aol (dot) com

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  146. I love Heather's creations! Thanks for sharing. Her table runner is a different approach and quite striking - love it!!

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  147. Heather is one talented sweetie! This line of fabric is beautiful, as usual.

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  148. Great interview - and such pretty fabrics!!!

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  149. Oh, those colors are *wonderful and just what I need for a new tAblerunner! I already have a pattern in mind for the fabrics, so now all I need is a little luck...

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  150. Oh my, I love this fabric line! Thanks for the opportunity to win.=)

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  151. I love her colors. The red is the best. I also like to see pictures of her house where you can see the colors on her walls. Thank you!

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  152. Heather has come up with such a wonderful line of fabrics, the colors are so rich without being trendy! I can see these in heirloom quilts..so cool!

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  153. Lovely colors on the fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  154. This is a gorgeous fabric line! I've been wanting to make a quilt for our bed (Why is it as quilters we make quilts for everyone else and not ourselves? LOL) and this bundle would be a great start.

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  155. I absolutely love Heather's fabric lines and designs! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  156. I love the brick red/teal variation of the red/black/turquoise combination! Heather truly is "trendy meets traditional".

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  157. This fabric line is beautiful!

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  158. Great interview Ryan, I am a real fan of Heather and her fabric lines. Thanks for the giveaway, would love to add some of these fabrics to my stash.

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  159. What a beautiful fabric line. I'd love to have some to play with. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  160. Great interview and beautiful fabric. I just purchased Heather's latest book and am anxious to sew up some quilts with this lovely line.

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  161. Lovely fabric! Thanks for the intro!

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  162. I have Heather's book all I need is fabric

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  163. I love Heather's Fabric Lines and books/patterns.
    Her blog is also very inspiring!

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  164. Great read and I love Heather's blog and fabric. Artful Home has a great colour range. Would love to win some.

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  165. I really like the teal fabrics - lovely shades!

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  166. LOVE HEATHER'S IDEAS+FABRICS!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  167. Beautiful fabric line ...thanks for the chance to win.

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  168. Love your quilts Anke, and I already have an idea for these fabrics :)

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  169. Great interview! I'm new to Heather's lines. I HAVE to go to the LQS asap and look for her fabrics and books! This new line is lovely - very rich feeling. Thanks for the chance to win!
    surprisedbygrace(at)ymail(dot)com

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  170. Great interview-thanks for the introduction! I love that fabric, thanks for the chance to win...it's beautiful!

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  171. Thanks for the wonderful interview - I would love to win. Such beautiful rich colors and florals - great projects like bags and quilted wall hangings..

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  172. I love the use of turquoise, it really makes the line POP! I'd also love to win.

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  173. I'm so glad your posts are emailed to me - love, love the colors in this line. Just beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  174. Such lovely fabrics, thanks for the giveaway!

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  175. Heather's fabric lines are so pretty. They are in bright colors and look great as quilts or bags. I love her Christmas fabrics. Look forward to her new book. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  176. Healther's patterns and fabrics are my 'go to' items in my stash. Love the patterns and the fabrics too!
    Judy

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  177. Hi there
    Thanks for the insight Heather :)
    Love you fabrics - great harmony
    Thanks too for the opportunity to win some of your great fabric
    Cheers
    Catie

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  178. Wonderful fabrics and I love the colors!! Heather's patterns are terrific also!

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  179. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your give away. Like Heather's line of fabric.

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  180. I agree, my tastes have changed over the years. My new obsession is red and aqua,so would absolutely adore winning this and I would use one of her patterns to use it! Thanks for the interview and the giveaway!

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  181. Another beautiful fabric line! I'd LOVE to win such a fun package! Thanks for the chance!

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  182. I like this colour combination very much.

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  183. I've been admiring this fabric line! I just bought one of Heather's books, and would love to make one of her quilts with these!

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  184. How lovely! Thanks for the chance!

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  185. I love this line. I have seen a lot of aqua and red lately, but I like the addition of the brown. Thanks for sharing.

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  186. I just love Heather's fabric and patterns as well as her knitting. I'd love to win some of her fabric.

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  187. I love this line of fabric. The colors would go well with the colors in my home. I can't wait to buy her new book.

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  188. I love this collection. That teal on the top of the pile is so wonderful. Thanks for the chance.

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  189. I'm always drawn to Heather's lines, but sadly don't own one bit of it :( Thanks Ryan

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  190. What a lovely range of fabrics. I just love the colour combination. Thanks for another interesting interview.

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  191. I enjoyed the interview with Heather. I like the whimsical look of her fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win this great bunch of fabric.

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