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May 23, 2008

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Astrid

WOW!!! I'm speechless, and I haven't even read what you wrote yet! LOL! Fabulous pictures - stunning, yummy, delicious! OK - now I'll read, what you have to say... :)

Alice

Everything in your booth is beautiful! I would've given you the blue ribbon. :)

Stephanie

Your booth is awesome. Lots of lovelies. Ten years ago I lived in a great little town called West Linn...about a half hour SE of Portland. We're heading back west once my husband retires, for the second time.

Audrey

Oh Sandi--I can't tell you how excited I am for you! That was an unbelievable amount of work and it's just...breathtaking. Thanks so much for sharing, and I hope you get to enjoy your little kiddos this weekend!

Caroline

Your booth is amazing! So bright and cheerful and I could go on and on with all the adjectives that don't even begin to do it justice!

Congrats on the wonderful reception for your work, I just knew it would be a big hit!

Patty/MODKID

Hey, you're back! So glad you made it back home safe and sound. I bet your kids missed the two of you terribly!!! Market was AMAZING! I am so incredibly proud of you for all your accomplishments and just giddy beyond belief for what the future brings for all of us. Whenever you get a spare minute (I know they are far and few between) can we have a little chat? I have so many questions. :) Welcome home!

Karen P.

I thought that was your little girl in the ME mag! How fun! You are an inspirational woman. So creative. Love the Farmers Market line. Who can resist cherries!
Thank you for making me want to take beautiful pictures and pull out the sewing machine that has barely been touched EVER and create something fun to cherish!
Can't wait to see what is next! You go Girl :)

Mary

Definitely a well-deserved ribbon for that booth. Wowsa! And I love the new patterns. Can't wait to get mine!

Randi

Your booth looks fabulous! The weekend sounds wonderful and I am glad you had a great time!

Terri

Can't wait to get ahold of your new patterns... and your new fabric! Congrats on the success with the booth - it looks fabulous.

Karin

The booth photos look amazing!! I cant wait for your new line. I already have idea on what I want to make out of them. Congratulations!

Sarah Clark

Your booth was amazing Sandi! I took your flyer back to the Vanilla House booth and showed it off to everyone I knew. It was so great to meet you, there I was buying your whole line at Fabric Depot and there was the designer! That's going in my memory book. I live in Utah now, but I grew up in Hillsboro, which is about 30 minutes west of Portland. I LOVE Oregon and miss it so much (someone tell my hubby!) I would recommend the Rock Creek area; their high school was one of the best. Portland is expensive though :( Congratulations on your new fabric/patterns! My mom and I are both sure to get all we can.

Mellissa - wondermommy

Your booth is amazing, congrats on winning 2nd. Everything looks so beautiful.

I'm excited about the patterns and Farmer's Market! I don't know if I can contain my excitement. The clothes look gorgeous.

It looks like you had so much fun, thanks for sharing!

happy zombie

So bummed you couldn't make it out to Astoria, Sandi. But Astoria will still be here should you come back. The welcome mat at Casa de Zombie is always out for you guys!

Your booth was so fantastic and beautiful, and Dustin is amazing and so talented. What a team you two make! And your mom was adorable, even though I think she really was your sister.

Way back when I said you had "it" - you were the "it girl". And now I know the same is true for Dustin... he's the "it guy". I'm seriously seeing the two of you with your own home improvement slash home dec slash crafty show on HGTV or TLC!


Mama Urchin

Congrats my friend. I hear you were the hit of the market!

Lilia

Hi, I am a new blog reader and your fabrics look amazing as does your booth. I want to go! I gather that this Market takes place in Oregon. Is it open to the public? What is it called so I can calendar it in for next year? Or does it happen more than once a year? I tried to find the info on the first page of your blog but couldn't find it. Well, I was just skimming. Thanks.

Judy

Your booth was amazing, everything IN the booth was amazing. I see LOTS of cuteness (fabric, clothing, bags, etc)! I hope some of those will be patterns you're releasing. :o) I cannot wait for the new line...there is so much that I love I don't know what to buy first!

Linda

Beautiful, bright, happy booth and lovely fabrics. I so wish I could have made market. Seeing the shots is pretty neat, though. :o)

Karen H

Sandi, your booth is beautiful! I can't wait to see and purchase your new patterns and fabric!!

Amber

I have been stalking everyone's Flikr pics of Quilt Market so I can catch more glimpses of your patterns...they look adorable and I can't wait until they come out!!
Congrats on the new line too and all your success!

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