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Patisserie has shipped... & it's time for a giveaway!

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I love those words... "has shipped"  or the words " is arriving on store shelves" or the phrase " has hit the streets"... need I say more?  There is something about those words that is exhilarating for me as a designer. It is the moment of truth. I have envisioned & designed it. The design team has executed it. The mills have created it. MODA has marketed and sold it. Stores have bought it. I have gushed about loving it. But until now, you haven't gotten to play with it! Until now....

And so here it is and hopefully at a store near you or if not certainly at an online store near your fingertips! 

Even as I was gushing some more about it here for this wonderful gal, I couldn't help but find myself back on those little criss crossing streets...


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So here it is... just in case you don't already have your hands on some of these goodies we are having a little giveaway and a name contest all at once. 


We are giving away 1 Jelly Roll™, 1 Honey Bun™, 2 Turnovers™, a complete set of Patisserie patterns & a surprise gift for the winner[s] of the name contest. 

When you leave your comment, please share with me some possible names for my upcoming projects. I can't share the projects quite yet but you all did such a fabulous job with names last time we did this that I am confident you can come up with some again "project sight unseen". 

Use Patisserie as your inspiration and just go for it! Multiple entries for names are just fine but we will only count 1 towards the contest.

We will choose winners next wednesday...

These below are the gorgeous Patisserie pages from the infamous MODA Playbook given out at Market. Can't  you just feel yourself transported??


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Thanks for playing along.
Talk to you soon.

Comments

The only thing I can think of is Tea & Tarts! I don't know any French names!!!
libertythreads@charter.net

Well - in honor of my daughter (It's her name!) and the yummy french cookies - I would like to suggest "Madeleine".

The fabric looks beautiful - can't wait to get my hands on some!

How exciting! There's nothing like new fabric and a fabric giveaway!

Here are my suggestions:

Frenchy (or)
Frenchie
French Toast
French Fried (or)
French Fries
French Braids
French Kiss
French Doors
French 101 (this is my favorite)

Wow - congratulations, Joanna, on another lovely line! So many great suggestions already. How about:

Ooo La La
Cherry Tart
Figs and Cream

French Nouveau
Chocolat
Bonjour Patisserie
French Cafe

Another new line!! Yipeee!!! Love them all!!
Here are my name suggestions:

"Enchanting"

"Paris Market"

"Blooms of Paris"

Lisa

A beautiful line....again! I love, love, love your fabrics.
I don't know about a name...the first thing that popped into my head when I saw the post photo was "Let me call you sweettart."
I know.....

Hey! I tried to email you back today, but my phone is only taking incoming, no outgoing. Weird.

My quilt idea? How about a manly looking quilt called The Big Fig in honor of the big fig. Genius, I know. ;-)

So excited about Patisserie hitting the stores. I know I say this every time, but THIS is my very favorite line of yours. Keep it up, girl! See you soon!


Creme de la Creme
Cafe Paris

The fabrics are gorgeous, as usual.

City of Love
Vintage Paris
Chocolate Covered Stawberries
Cherry Cordial

I'd love to be signed up for your giveaway!

Some ideas:

Les fruits: (fruits)
cerises (cherries)
fraises (strawberries)
pommes (apples)
poires (pears)
ananas (pineapple)
pamplemousse (grapefruit)

Mon petit chou
French Treats
Parisian Poppy
Le Rouge Fleur
Creme de Mint

Thanks for hosting!

I'm not sure if this one has been named already. Fig Tartlet.

The fabrics look delicious! I can't wait to play with them in person. If only the computer could deliver smells and tastes...heaven!

As for names:

Marzipan roulade
Creme Brulee
Hazelnut mousse cake
Pistachio pinwheels
Creme caramel
Puff pastry
Ganache and cream
Breakfast Brioche
Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice

Let's see....

Versailles
Beignet
Napoleon et Josephine
Framboise
Marie Antoinette
Gateau
Giverney
Eclair
Tarte Tatin

I could keep going, but I need to fold laundry!!!

Love this line. Would love to play with it! Here are my suggestions. Mon Cheri and Joli coeur. They both sound so happy. You're stuff is wonderful!

Bon Appetit

Butter Creme Frosting, Lemon Brulee, Berry torte, Peach Crisp,

Love this.
Truffles
Angeluna (an amazing pastry/hot chocolat place in France, the fabrics remind me of there)
Fruit Tart
Chocolat
le crepe

How about:

Peche Frittes
Poire Belle-Helene
Creme Caramel
Clafoutis aux Abricots
Gratin de Fruits

Gorgeous collection! Congratulations.

Thank you for letting us try to help! Paris...is my most favourite city ever, I am truly smitten! My suggestions are:

"pain au chocolat" (how about a quilt in tones of chocolate, butter yellow and gold?)

"macaroon" (or, as the French call them, macaron) all colours, all delightful! I am making a Schnibbles pattern out of Patisserie to put on the table where I keep my precious Laduree shopping bag - their macarons are to die for!

Versailles - self explanatory, oui?

la Louvre - sigh, sigh, sigh!

Thank you for reaching right into my heart with your latest line and with your patterns!

Chocolate-Covered Strawberries
Croissants
Beurre Blanc
Baker's Apron
Cafe Stroll

Love the fabric. Not very good at names but here is a whirl....Textile Delites and Fabric Appetizers. Thanks for entering my name. Would absolutely LOVE to win.

Cioccolatissimo--I don't know what it is, but it has chocolate and strawberries and looks devine, just like your fabrics!! I hope I win!!!!

So many good ideas to choose from already!! Here's a couple that aren't already listed. I love Galette the best, something about how it sounds rolling off the tongue seems elegant...

Galette
Blini
Crepe
Marrons Glace
Chocolate Souffle
Vichyssoise-such a fun word!
Thanks!

My idea is to pick edible things whose colours blend with the fabric line. For eample:

crème (cream)

baie (berry)

framboise (raspberry)

amande (almond)

café (coffee)

pêche (peach)

Hope I win!!
Andi :-)

Oh my. I would go with names for how the fabric makes you feel or things that lead to that happiness.
- Content
- smile and smirk
- Please be
- In the heart of the family
- safe place
- Todays nap

Love Patisserie!! Can't wait to get my hands on some ")

My very limited suggestions are:

tartlette
boulangerie

mmmmm those pastries look SO good!

How about:

Our Little Secret
Secret Paris
Parisan Treasure
Chocolat

How about:

Ooh La La

Vivienne or

Parisienne

Oh man, anohter "HAVE TO HAVE" line! These are wonderful! How in the world do you ever decide on a name. I see so many fun ones listed. Naming is not my best talent, but here goes.
Toot Sweets
Snickerdoodles
Just Desserts

Delicious photos...

For your new project here are a few ideas, some venture to different cultures...

Tres Leche
Linzertorte
Tiramisu
Cinnamon & Sugar
Berries & Cream (or Creme Fraiche)

I love this new line, it's my favorite so far.
Minicakes
Parisian
Petit fours
Sugar & spice
Sweet treats
Tartelettes
Holiday delicacies

I love your Patisserie line. I posted some of your fabrics on my blog! Okay, here is my name suggestion:
Sweet Dreams
Sweets for Amelia
Amelia

Congrats on the fabric line! My suggestion is something like "raspberry delight/raspberry heaven" or "a taste of paris"

Lovely
Pure Joy

can't wait to see your new fabrics!

Love the music. What great inspiration - Fabulous France.
Names
Indulgence
perfectly parisian
Ooo La La

Wow!!! What great suggestions everyone has given to you. But what really comes to my mind is... "Simply Scrumptious"
Great collection, can't wait to see what else you come up with. Stacy

Hmm...
How about Chocolate Fondue or Kiwi Pavlova? =D
Such lovely fabrics =)

How about Road Trip (is that one fabric - a map) love it... or how about Gracious. I would love to be able to take all of those beautiful materials off your hands and into mine. Thanks. Debblou

I love this line and the patterns are fabulous. Can't wait to get my hands on some! I can't think of any names right now but if some come to me I'll send another comment.

I love this line and your blog. I am new to quilting...but learning everyday! My french is the worst...but my favorite dessert is Creme Brulee. I would buy any fabric with that name!

Love the look of your new fabric line. Also, love the photos of the French pastries:) YUM! I've been trying to remember some of the names from when I worked in a French bakery.

Dobash
Napoleon
Tarte
Eclair du chocolat
Chocolat
Tres Bien!

Take care!

Beautiful fabrics.
I like Chocolat Eclair and Creme Brulee as project names.

how about

- Tarte aux Figues (pronounced "tart o figs")
- Tarte à la Figue
- Tarte fine aux Figues
- Soufflé rhubarbe et figues
- Fondant chocolat
- Moelleux chocolat
- Fondants aux Figues
- Crêpes figues et Chantilly

I love your fabric as much as you seem to love our pâtisseries ;o))

Amitiés,

Nat, from Paris, France

how about
french rendezvous...or
savoir faire?

I love your fabrics. Patisserie is beautiful and all the patterns look great.
I have always love the way the french say the word voila and the way they use it in many situations and I think it would be a good name.

Beautiful as always...Sun-Washed Linen...Wine & Roses...Blossom...Creme Frache...Berry Tarts...maybe I'm not so good with the names:) but your fabric would have a happy home withe me!

This is such a beautiful line of fabrics! It has great potential for so many things: I can see a sweet little dress and pinafore set for my 2 girls, or cafe curtains, quilts galore!

My contributions for names would be
Cafe au lait
chocolate eclair
profiteroles

Wonderful job! I'm looking forward to see what else you do with this great fabric.

Thanks

Hi! Love your new line.
Here are some project name suggestions:

Tartelettes
C'est Si Bon Bons
Petits Fours
Cafe au Lait
Pavé

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