Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Day 3: The Henry Glass Very Merry Holiday Party



We are having so much fun so far! Thanks for all of your great comments for our designers! Thanks to the designers for the wonderful posts and projects so far! Dawn Heese and Jill Finley had a couple of easy and lovely projects yesterday. All of the details of our blog hop are here.


Today we welcome two of our licensed artists, Shelly Comisky and Wilma Sanchez. Shelly has designed some super cute gift tags based on her Snow Much Fun fabric line and Wilma has designed the sweet Forest Spice Cake Gift Box. You need to go and download these two fabulous designs!

We have a couple of new baby photographs of the designers for you. The designer in the photograph above showed her creativity personality at a young age as illustrated by the pencil marks on the photograph. Very cute smile.


Here's another cutie. We've been noticing that you can tell much by looking at the eyes and other facial features. All right. We know that may or may not help you but we thought that we'd throw it out there.

We've got a lot of news from Quilt Market. We'll start posting some photos and videos in the upcoming week. First, go and check out our Youtube Channel. We are posting videos from our Schoolhouse Presentations in Houston and our interviews with the designers in their booths at Quilt Market. 



Second, we have photographs! Let's start with Jill Finley's Schoolhouse Presentation. We love Jill's fresh style! The photos speak for themselves.







Enjoy and good luck!

-hg


7 comments:

Sallie said...

Love todays designs! Thanks for sharing!

LJ said...

This is such fun! Love hearing about the designer's traditions and memories.

Linda said...

NEAT DESIGNS+INTERVIEWS!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

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Carrie P. said...

cute photos.
I just love Jill's quilts.

Cecilia said...

I'm enjoying visiting the designers' blogs. Thanks for the hop.

Christa Marcotte said...

Amazing stitching!! Thanks for the inspiration!

corinne said...

I am going to make a couple of those quilts for next year's birthday gifts