Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Halfway Cafe Quilt


Just in time for the fourth of July, Halfway Cafe is in fabric stores! This fabulous quilt was made by Eric's cousin, Cherrie House. She is to the quilting community what a design team member is to the scrapbooking community. For any of you that do quilt the pattern will be a free download on Andover's site in the next week or so and there's lots of fun stuff on Cherrie's blog. For those of you that don't quilt..... fabric is a great addition to layouts and cards!

17 comments:

Davinie said...

EEEK! Halfway Cafe FABRIC! I can't wait to find some.

Lea Sanders said...

Wow! Didn't know CC branched out into fabrics. I'll have to check it out.

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Lulu said...

Beautiful!!! I only wish I could quilt!!!

Colleen said...

beautiful quilt. Almost makes me wish that I would get started with a quilt.

RitaS said...

I used to quilt...then my sewing machine broke and I discovered SBing. (LOL)
Gorgeous fabrics!

Katja said...

that is a gorgeous quilt.....I can really appreciate the work in this.....off to check out the link !!!!
Thanks :o)

vtpuggirl said...

Amazingly beautiful! Cosmo cricket Fabric, how cool is that?

Shari said...

Thanks for the heads up!! I am hoping my local quilt shop will be getting this in!

Natasja said...

I just bought my first sewing machine (blushing..) and now there is Halfway Cafe Fabric?! WOW!!

elizbailey said...

That fabric is gorgeous!!

dalewis955 said...

what a beautiful work of art! she is an awesome quilter! didn't know you were making fabric from Halfway Cafe! I love it! Where can we get it?

Monica Jo said...

Holy Scrap!! Cosmo Cricket fabric!!???!!! I am in heaven now. I hope our fabric stores carry it.

That quilt is just amazingly beautiful.

Beverley Todd said...

Wow! that's fabulous!! I'd heard a rumour that you can sew fabric ... not just paper! LOL.
Think I'll have to stick to fabric on LOs tho'

Renee Dowling said...

This is awsome, just luv it, it must be wonderful to add your collection to material, now more crafters of the world can enjoy working with the papers!

Chrys said...

Gorgeous quilt!!!! Yup, I'm a quilter too and will be calling my local quilt shops to see about this fabric!!!!! :) :)

Tina said...

What a fantastic pattern! I love the whole fabric thing...alas, I can only afford one hobby...with a few forrays into apron and quilt making :)
I will have to go check this out at our local shop! It would be fantastic as a picnic blanket...or a boys' room quilt...or well, anything I want it to be.

CJ said...

Any idea where I can find the ENTIRE line?? I want to make this exact quilt. Andover's site doesn't even mention it, let alone show the line or the pattern. That is pretty frustrating.
The fabrics and pattern are gorgeous!