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You know you’ve neglected your blog when friends and family start calling to make sure you’re okay, because you haven’t posted in weeks. Yikes! The last couple of months have been the busiest in my memory, and I feel like I’ve been hanging on by a literal thread. BUT, there’s light at the end of the tunnel! Quilt Market is coming up at the end of the month, and once that’s over life should go back to just being moderately busy. Yay!

The sample bolts of Taali came in a couple weeks ago, and they look beautiful! The rest of the order is just waiting to catch a ride on a ship, and (fingers crossed) should be here by the end of November. I’ve been working to whip the new prints into samples for the show, along with a couple other projects (which I’ll fill you in on later). Dave and I finally decided to take some photos of the fabric this weekend, and since we were a bit tired of the shots in our backyard, we decided to head up the road a bit for some shots in nature. A little random, I admit, but somehow the location was working for me. There are usually cows grazing in this field, but they must have taken Sunday off, to our dismay. Here are a few photos from the day.

3 Responses to “taali photoshoot”

  1. Emma Thomsen says:

    Perfect setting, the golden background really makes the colours on the fabric pop! Hope things settle down for you soon.

  2. monaluna says:

    Thanks, Emma! They should, and I'm really looking forward to that. But busy can be fun, too. How all's well with you!

  3. What great photos! I have two vintage ironing boards and love them. I just found you via your ad on Sew Mama Sew's blog and am so happy I did. Your fabrics are all wonderful, and as a sheep farmer, of course I especially love the sheep! :)

    P.S. Thanks for introducing me to the Green Bag Lady. What a neat lady and a project – and her bags made with your fabrics are beautiful.

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