Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Are you hungry yet?

Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Because it's time for Dinner... well a fabric dinner that is!

Join along as some of MBS's designers reveal our big secret...
that for a year now we have been keeping quiet about...
A Book!!!

Pre-Order now to receive a fabric surprise with a copy of the book... and I'm going to be signing them too!
See you back here on the 25th for more yummyness!!



© Blog post written by Julie Herman
For more information visit http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/

13 comments:

Christine said...

I ordered your Dr. Seuss kit from Fons and Porter and it has just arrived. I picked up some extra fabric from my local quilt shop and have made a pillowcase to match. I use the pattern in which you make a tube and pull everything through and then do French seams so there are no raw edges on the inside. The Moda bake shop book looks yummy.

Stephanie Zito said...

Whoohoo! Congrats Julie! I just pre-ordered my copy! I can't wait until May! Thanks so much!

Kate said...

Congratulations! How exciting.

Beverly said...

Congratulations!!!! That's wonderful and I just pre-ordered one. I can't wait to get my hands on it.

Birdena said...

I cant wait to see the projects from this new book.

angela said...

Cool! Can't wait to see what yummy dish you have in the book!

RenegadeQuilter said...

I am super excited about this book!!! I just pre-ordered it & I can't wait to get it. I didn't even look as to when they ship - it will be a surprise.
Congrats on being part of it.

Amanda Murphy said...

Oh Julie, this is wonderful! Congratulations - I can't wait to see what you've designed!
Amanda

KarrieLyne said...

You had me at signed copy. :)

Congrats sweetie! Can't wait to see your project!

Maggie said...

Can't wait for the book!

Lamse said...

Yum. I love a Progressive Dinner!

kensjewl said...

WOW...January 26th is my birthday...I feel lucky!

HouseDragon said...

Aloha from the beautiful Garden Island of Kaua`i!

Congratulations on being published in what is going to be a best seller.

Love Moda fabrics: they make wonderful bags, not "just" quilts.

Yes! I'm addicted to making bags, too.