Thursday, February 26, 2009
Looking for Fame, Fortune and Free Fabric?
You’ve come to the right place! As you know (and if you don’t, you should!) Kona Bay Fabrics publishes a terrific magazine call Asian Fabric. The magazine is available at your local quilt store or by subscription. Now moving into our fourth year, Asian Fabric continues to be met with enthusiasm around the globe. It’s filled with creative and stunning ways to transform your Asian fabric into projects large and small complete with thoughtfully written patterns.
Now, here’s the “did you know”—We have a very special, perhaps the most dear to my heart, department in the magazine called, “What I did with my Kona Bay”. Here, we invite quilters just like you to submit a photo of yourself and one (or more!) of your projects that took of advantage of your Kona Bay stash. We also ask you to send a brief descriptive paragraph and where you’re from.
Every issue, we review the projects submitted and then we select the ones that will be in the magazine. When we feature your project, you can know readers around the world will enjoy and be inspired by you. Instant fame. As our way of saying thank you, we’ll send you three yards of beautiful Kona Bay fabric. Free fabric and money in your pocket because of it equals fortune.
Who knew it could be so easy. You can email your photo and information to our editor at: PublishingPeople@mac.com. Mail your submission to: Eagle Publishing, What I did with my Kona Bay, 328 E. Indiana Ave, Spokane, WA 99207.
The exquisite quilt shown here and included in Issue #15 is by Sandra Ellis of Edmonton, Alberta. Thank you Sandra and all of you who have submitted projects over the years. I can’t wait to see the next round!