I participated in Heather Ross's annual studio sale.
It sold out in 20 minutes.
Here's how it worked:
Interested parties were instructed to send Heather a request
how much they'd like to spend
and what kinds of items they'd like to find in their mailbox
when all was said and done.
Out of print designs.
You get the gist.
if she would
to please send me any out of print
or never released fabrics
in the pink/orange/yellow family.
for those of who who aren't as nerdy as I
is a stack of Mendocino fabrics.
And a gorgeous pink polka dot swatch
that looks rather similar to some Flea Market Fancy
(according to Rebecca, and she would know.)
Heather was ever so kind
and sent me
an autographed sketch.
Really love it.
I think it's phenomenal.
there's a "but."
I think the inclusion of the sketch
significantly reduced the amount of fabric I received.
And, while elated by my loot,
a little bummed.
I can't help it.
I feel guilty about it.
I feel like
I'm a total
But, at the end of the day,
I really just wanted fabric.
what do I do.
Should I email Heather?
Should I leave it alone?
What would YOU do?
(PS: I kinda sorta mostly already emailed Heather.
I thanked her, gratuitously for what she sent. And asked if the print decreased the amount of fabric that was sent. But still, I'm desperate for your input. Am I a horrible, rotten, ungrateful little wench? Or, am I not? Or maybe just a little? Help.)