Welcome to my day on the Moda Blog Hop and Welcome to my neck of the woods. If you are new to my blog, I am Bonnie Olaveson, my pattern company is Cotton Way and I design fabric for Moda with my daughter Camille. I live here in Rigby, Idaho most of the time, but Camille told you all about Rigby on Friday, so I thought I would take you just an hour north to my other hometown, Island Park, Idaho where I love to spend every minute I can. It is one of the most beautiful places on earth, so I just had to share it with you. If you are wondering where it is located, it is about 30 minutes south of the west entrance to Yellowstone Park.
As you can see from the sign, Island Park has the longest Main Street in America. It is 35 miles long and very scenic.
In the summer we spend as much time as we can boating on the lake...
and water skiing.
play on the beach
In Island Park there is some of the best fishing in the world in the summer,
and snowmobiling in the winter.
This is Island Park City Hall.
The General Store
There is even a spa, although I have never been there.
And yes, everything is made of logs.
There are outdoor craft fairs
and antique shows...
...and unique places to eat. This log cabin restaurant is called Boondocks.
We love our little cabin by the lake, which is usually pretty quiet and peaceful...
...but even better when it's crazy and everyone is there.
We are all about family.
Sometimes, when it's not so crazy at the cabin, I even find a little time to sew.
Speaking of sewing, our new fabric collection Marmalade will be arriving in stores in October.
To celebrate it's arrival, I will have more new patterns using Marmalade in October,
but for now,
I have one pattern ready just for all of you following the Moda Hop.
It's called Two Hour Table Toppers.
For a limited time you can get the PDF download for just $5.00. Check it out here.
The pattern includes 3 different Table Toppers that are so fast and easy to make. With just one big block, you can piece them in 2 hours or less. No kidding, they really are that easy. These are great for a beginner quilter and would also make great baby quilts. They are 41" x 41".
The other NEW patterns will be available in a few weeks.
Oh, and you can also get the pattern for our free Marmalade project here.
Moda was very generous and so of course I have some Marmalade to give a way as well. Make a comment to enter and check back on Saturday, Sept. 15 to see if you are a winner!
Stop by Lucie Summers hometown today too and
Kansas Troubles, Malka Dubrawsky, and Laundry basket tomorrow.
Have a sweet day!
I can't believe that I am the first to make a comment. I am up late and sleep in later in the morning. I enjoyed seeing your town and actually love all of the log cabins. Thank you for the cute pattern.ReplyDelete
Ooh, I am so glad I checked your blog early (it's actually quite late here in Colorado). I am in LOVE with Marmalade. Thank you for the chance to win some of this beautiful fabric. Island Park looks so neat--kind of like Alaska a little.ReplyDelete
What a lovely place to relax with family and friends - your house is lovely. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
I am from Utah, but lived in Burley, Id. for 6 great years. I am just hoping and praying to leave Utah again for Idaho!!ReplyDelete
What a great tour! Thank you for the chance at that beautiful fabric!!!ReplyDelete
I have been to Island Park on our way to Yellowstone, beautiful but little town. But would also love to have a cabin getaway there.ReplyDelete
my neck of the woods has cactus.ReplyDelete
pine trees are much prettier.
marmalade is pretty, too!!
Bonnie,thank you for your lovely free pattern which I will probably use to make some Christmas gifts with. I have loved both Ruby and Vintage Modern fabric ranges and think you and Camille are creative wonders. Now just waiting for Marmalade to arrive at my local fabric shop so I can pick some up... Karen, AustraliaReplyDelete
I live in Shelley Idaho - just down the way from you! How FUN! I love seeing all these beautiful pictures of Island Park and what a cute family you have! I'm D.R.O.O.L.I.N.G over the new Marmalade fabric...my goodness you ladies are creative! Thank you for giving us some wonderful colors to create with :) I hope I win!!ReplyDelete
Wow, lovely second hometown! The nature actually looks a lot like the Jämtland area of Sweden, where I live. We even have moose, but I aven't seen any yet (my kids have). Love your fabrics and designs! They are so nice to blend with each other, yet each line feels fresh. Two Hour Toppers is a fab idea for a last minute hostess gift- thanks!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, love your place. Reminds me so much of diffrent parts of Switzerland. And I love your family reunion picture. How great to meet together and to watch the familiy grow..!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing!
Island Park, Idaho is to you as Priest Lake, Idaho is to me! My heaven on earth...I love having a place like that where friends and family can come to relax and play!ReplyDelete
G'day Bonnie, I'm Sharni from Australia, and love using the ranges that both you and Camille create!! Keep up the great work!!ReplyDelete
Wow, Bonnie, it looks like you and your family really have fun making memories at the lake in Island Park, Idaho! I love your new table topper pattern and can't wait to see your other new patterns. Thanks for the chance to win some Marmalade....I love it!ReplyDelete
What a great place to be Island Park. Love yopur new fabric line.ReplyDelete
Your new line looks amazing, would love to have some early! thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
I'm loving the new Marmalade collection, I've been eyeing off the 'Marmalade Circles' quilt pattern featured on the Moda Bakeshop recently, I would love to give it a go. Thank-you for the tour of your home town. I currently away from home for uni but my parents live in sunny North Queensland, Australia. We spent our holidays fishing and snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. I miss the lovely warm weather.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway!
Marmalade Is gorgeous! Island Park isn't too shabby either! ;)ReplyDelete
Love your little getaway spot and your family is precious too! Also lovin' Marmalade but then all your fabric is yummy!ReplyDelete
Island Park looks amazing. So different to the scenery we have down here in Australia.ReplyDelete
I love Marmalade, my favourite of your fabric collections so far.
I can see why you love spending every minute you can in Island Park - it's beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a lovely place to spend time with your family and 'hurrah' for family holidays! I so love seeing my boys spending time with their cousins: precious! xReplyDelete
Marmelade is my favorite fabric line so far although I'm still sewing with fabric from Vintage Modern which was my favorite fabric line then ... a circle that I'm sure will continue :-) Thank you for a chance to win.ReplyDelete
Love your cabin -- it sure would be hard to leave there, just beautiful. Thanks for a wonderful giveway.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your part of the world - hello from Michigan! Thank you for the free block pattern and for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
Your other hometown looks idyllic - a perfect getaway.ReplyDelete
I was born in Ashton a long time ago. Idaho is beautiful. I can't wait for Marmalade to hit the stores. Winning some would also be nice.ReplyDelete
Love that cabin on the water! Would be great for my 10 month old boy. He has just been to the ocean for the firtst time and dove in head first!ReplyDelete
So many beautiful places are described in this blog hop. Perhaps I should start saving money and plan holidays in the States.ReplyDelete
My son would be over the moon (we are in the Netherlands).
Marmalade is so pretty, thank you for the giveaway. Your cabin is so special, we have nothing like this in England. It must be lovely to have somewhere to go to throughout the year to get away from it all.ReplyDelete
Wow it looks like you have lots of fun. So much beautiful scenery.ReplyDelete
Love the marmalade fabric. I'll be keeping an eye out for it in the shops.
Love your fabric lines and patterns!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win!
Some day I have to see your part of the country; so beautiful! As is the fabric. Thanks for the giveaway & telling us about your home!ReplyDelete
Marmalade - beautiful fabric!ReplyDelete
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Beautiful fabric. Totally know how you feel about cabins. We have one in northern Michigan and it's my favorite place to be at all times of the year. Thanks for the chance!ReplyDelete
Love your fabric, your family photos and Idaho!!! We head to McCall the end of Sept. and can't wait!!!ReplyDelete
I love Marmalade! I got a kit from Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie's Quilts and it had Marmalade candy squares in it for her new "Little Bites" patterns. Can't wait to break it out this weekend! Keep bringing us this beautiful stuff! have a great day!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful looking place to live!! I love the photos of the family as well you all look so happy!! thanks for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to stitch up something beautiful with Marmalade! My birthday is in October so I think I will treat myself to a FQ bundle! Thank you for showing us another beautiful place to live.ReplyDelete
That's a paradise. It is a lovely place to relax and forget about time.Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Marmalade is so beautiful, you live in a beautiful place, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic place to getaway to,thanks for sharing :) Barb.ReplyDelete
My first penpal who I started writing to in 2nd grade (1972) is from Rexburg, Idaho. She went on her mission and married a man from Denmark and now resides there with a boatload of beautiful children. Through the magic of Facebook we still keep in touch to this day. Love the peek into Idaho life. :)ReplyDelete
Marmalade is the one line I do not have of my Bonnie and Camille personal stash I hoard. I would love to win, and your cabin is just amazing!ReplyDelete
Hi Bonnie. I live in Minlaton, South Australia, Australia. It's a small country town surrounded by cereal and sheep farms. I grew up on a farm here, moved away for 15 years and settled back here with my family 3 years ago. There's no place like home! sarahleighATinternodeDOTonDOTnetReplyDelete
Hi Bonnie, Loved your tour of Island Park, it looks beautiful. And your Orange Marmalade fabric looks delicious, fingers crossed and I might win some!ReplyDelete
Your fabric is wonderful, thank you for a chance to win this fabric. Your lake looks so peaceful and fun.
Hi... from Mayville, Michigan where we retired to our cabin. No moose in our area but lots of deer. Hope you have a wonderful sewing day.ReplyDelete
Hi Bonnie, You have a wonderful place to getaway with your family. I'm looking forward to introducing Marmalade to my Singer!ReplyDelete
The new fabric line looks as awesome as your other ones. Thanks for the tour of Island Park.ReplyDelete
I loved reading about Island Park! I have always been fascinated with that part of the US, never having been further west than Colorado. I love to catch National Geographic shows that feature Yellowstone and the surrounding area to soak up as much virtual touring as I can.ReplyDelete
LOVE your Marmalade! Thanks for the giveaway.
I must visit Idaho now! Your pictures are beautiful and so is your family. Thank you for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
Love the freshness of your Marmalade. I eat enough of it...ReplyDelete
Island Park looks amazingly fun. I do believe I would have to check out the spa if I were you. Happy quilting.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your lovely family with the hop. Your photos are just divine. The contrast between winter and summer is huge. Here in australia unless your in the mountains it just doesn't get that cold. It gets pretty hot in the summer though. Love your new marmalade range absolutely beautiful. Thank you for your generosity with your time and your talent.ReplyDelete
Your cabin and summer fun looks fabulous. Love that large family! I'm about to have my first grandchild - can't wait! Your fabric and quilt designs are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Geeze is that beautiful. I can imagine times when family is there being loud and fun and full of life. Better yet I can imagine times when it is quite, you can quilt and enjoy the nature and silence. Lucky you, must be nice! This must be how you come up with all the wonderful prints for fabric. Yum Yum!ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos of your home town - love the quietness and tranquility. Thanks for this great giveaway. Judy CReplyDelete
Your towns look like wonderful places to live, work, and play. Thank you, for sharing them with us. Fabrics are wonderfully delicious, thank you.ReplyDelete
Your town looks absolutely beautiful! What amazing scenery! Thank you for sharing and thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
I love the orange touches in the new fabric line (orange marmalade??), and thanks for the free pattern!ReplyDelete
Sweet of you to share the pattern for Marmalade. Can't wait to make it!!!ReplyDelete
We love Island Park. Our whole family goes there every summer, but there is never enough time to do all the fun things available. Thanks for sharing such a cute pattern!ReplyDelete
Island Park looks like a great get away whether you are alone or with your family. It's great that you make the time to be together there. I'm sure it helps to keep you inspired making new designs and color combinations that inspire the rest of us. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
What a great family you are, and what a great town! I'm curious to see this 35 mile long Main Street. I'm over here in Northwestern Idaho, and boy do things look different! Thanks for the block - love your table topper pattern.ReplyDelete
Lake houses are such fun. We have one on Lake Erie. Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Wow, that looks like an amazing place! It makes my townhouse seem so dull!ReplyDelete
I just love Island Park, have been there several times. Can't wait for Marmalade to come to my quilt shop, ThanksReplyDelete
That looks like such a wonderful place to relax and be with family! I love Marmalade and have to say thank you for the chance to win. The candy square pattern is so cute!ReplyDelete
Looks like a great place to live! How fun to have a cabin by the lake! Love your patterns and I can't wait to get my hands on some new marmalade! Have a great day!ReplyDelete
I love the lake house pictures. We don't get snow like that down here in central texas, I am so jealous.ReplyDelete
Hi! I agree, your Island Park home is paradise! Thanks so much for the new patterns and the lovely Marmelade fabric! And Thank you for the Giveaways!ReplyDelete
Take care, Leslie
Thanks for sharing... I live in a log home too - there are three log homes in my family, it's in our blood. Thanks for sharing your home and family. Looks like lots of good times happening.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the lake pictures. I so miss the lake as I grew up at our lake house. My husband doesn't like anything to do with the lake. We live on a farm now. Giveaways are Great!!!!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful place to spend your free time - love all the happy family pictures! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win some of your beautiful fabric!ReplyDelete
Island Park looks like somewhere I could retire! Thank you for the tour.ReplyDelete
Loved all your great photos. I am heading to Idaho for the first time ever in October to visit my daughter who moved there the day after Christmas! It's far from Long Island and I miss her. We plan on doing a lot of sewing and traveling.ReplyDelete
What a great place to live! Or live near, I guess. Love the Marmalade line ... can't wait for its release!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the opportunity!
Wow! Love the photos of Island Park! Gorgeous. Thanks for giving us a little peek into the "boonies."ReplyDelete
Your neck of the woods looks beautiful - thanks for sharing it with us hoppers! Love Marmalade too :-)ReplyDelete
I love your hometown. The cabin by the lake is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I totally love Marmalade fabric like. I have 3 mini charms and thinking of making single irish chain baby quilt.
Oh, those vistas with the tall pine trees! Wow, what a fun place to live with your beautiful family. Thanks for sharing. We spent a month on Big Mt. in Montana several years ago and traveled to Sandpoint, Idaho. You live in a scenic state.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway. Love your patterns!
What a beautiful city!! I've never been to Yellowstone, but it is on my bucket list! :-) And, what a beautiful family you have! It must be amazing to have all those little ones running around.. :-) We only have one little granddaughter, and she is the absolute light in our lives!! :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the chance to enter this giveaway! I love the Marmalade fabrics! I was entering another giveaway on a different site, and they asked us to browse their shop and choose our favorite fabric line... which wasn't an easy task, because there are so many beautiful fabrics available... but the Marmalade line was my final choice-- the colors are what grabbed me-- gorgeous!!! :-)
I have seen so many amazing places on this blog tour. Island Park looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
Your cabin is beautiful and so is your family! Holy Grandchildren! I snowmobiled once in Yellowstone and the winter in the park was amazing. Thanks for the chance for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Your photos have sold me on your home town -- it looks like a wonderful place! I'd love to win some of your beautiful fabric!ReplyDelete
Love your hometown and your small quilt pattern! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Great photos! You have wonderfully different seasons. Totally get why you love Idaho Park.ReplyDelete
You live in a very beautiful place. I'm from Vancouver Washington and we are known as the evergreen state. I love it here. Thanks for sharing!! -NanetteReplyDelete
Thanks for the pattern. I love these small projects to tuck here and there and finish is a very reasonable amount of time. Moda has another winner in these pre-cuts!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures of your 2nd hometown. To me, that looks like a slice of heaven (and I am envious). I'm glad you have that lovely place to retreat to!ReplyDelete
Wow. What a beautiful place to get away. It looks absolutely wonderful there and even better to have all the family spend time there too.ReplyDelete
I love the new fabric collection! Wonderful as always. Thank you for the great looking pattern.
Thank you for a tour, it looks like a place I would totally love! Love your cabin.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the chance to win. I enjoyed visiting your hometown and would love to see Island Park in person. It looks beautifulReplyDelete
Shawn from Michigan
What a beautiful place! I'd find it very hard to leave there. You have a beautiful family - what a blessing!ReplyDelete
Oh my! I want to live where you live! What a beautiful hometown with so much to do. My hubby would just love the fishing! Thank you for the give a way.ReplyDelete
Looks like paradise, I also would want to be there every minute I could.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great give away.
Beautiful country. It must be great fun to be able to spend so much time near water.ReplyDelete
Island Park looks so peaceful and beatiful. Lucky you! Love the little candy pattern. Anxiously awaiting marmalade.ReplyDelete
Idaho Park looks like a fantastic place.ReplyDelete
Also want to let you know that you and your daughter have designed some beautiful fabric lines.
Very beautiful town! Love the new fabric marmalade too!ReplyDelete
Marmalade is so pretty! Thanks for the free project and the tour of your awesome getaway spot.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful place to retreat! Beautiful scenery and cabin. I cannot wait for Marmalade to be released...I have special plans for it! :)ReplyDelete
The top quilt in your Two Hour Table Topper pattern would be perfect as a baby quilt. You could use the middle cut out for a place to put the baby's name. Island Park looks like Heaven it's so beautiful, I envy you. What a lovely place to live. ;-> Toni AnneReplyDelete
I just love your home town, I am all about wood, and things made from wood.ReplyDelete
I am looking forward to using the free quilt top pattern!ReplyDelete
I looked up Island Pond and you are fortunate to live in such a unique & peaceful place, surrounded by nature.
Thanks for the tour of Island Park -- what a beautiful place! I've been a fan of yours for quite some time -- love your patterns and fabric -- keep them coming!ReplyDelete
I think you are living in my dream place. Marmalade looks sweet and fun to work with.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the free pattern. Love it!ReplyDelete
Linda L. In TexAS
Thanks for the tour.Island Park looks wonderful!ReplyDelete
I LOVE Marmalade. Thanks for the chance to win.
Island Park is going on the Bucket List!!! ... jmhReplyDelete
You just brought back lots of memories I have of yearly trips to Island Park as a kid. We always stayed at Mack's Inn. We would always take a trip down the road (?) to feed the huge fish from, is it called, "fishing bridge"? I live in Ohio now and sure miss the beauty of the West. It is beautiful here too but different.ReplyDelete
Keeping my fingers crossed for the giveaway....I love your fabrics.
Looks like a great place to live and you guys know how to live it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the pattern, so far I love all of them.
Love the pattern! The hometown tour is so much fun! thanks!ReplyDelete
You have a lovely family! I really enjoy, "Marmalade", and it seems I will be enjoying it in,"The Cotton Way" even better! Can't wait till it hits my local quilt store. Today I will whip up a couple of your free patterns for mug rugs. Thank You for sharing...ReplyDelete
What a great place to enjoy. We have just purchased a year round home on a lake and will be downsizing a little next year when we move. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Oh wow, Bonnie! Your hometown looks a great deal like utopia! :-)ReplyDelete
I love that you are so family oriented! Your pictures are very heartwarming! Thank you for sharing!
Can't wait til 'Candy' hits my local quilt shop. Love your fabric and your block. The pics of Island Park are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love your fabrics and patterns! So excited for a chance to win some Marmalade.ReplyDelete
I live in Northern Wisconsin, land of loons and lakes. Loved your home town tour. Love the colors of Marmalade. Thanks for the free patternsReplyDelete
Hi from McCormick SC, a tiny town along the Freshwater Coast. We have a gorgeous lake and wonderful tall pines but no snow!ReplyDelete
Love your beautiful fabric. Hope I win some.
What a peaceful looking place. Can't wait to see the new patterns.ReplyDelete
So pretty there and lots of inspiration! Our family loves boating too, hubby says that's why we live here--longer boating season:) I adore your fabrics & patterns, some of my favorite colors!ReplyDelete
Morning. Love your stuff. Thanks for the pattern for pdf pattern. I am going to be a grandma next year and that two hour blanket is going to be great!!!!!ReplyDelete
You live in a beautiful area!! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
You're blog post sure makes me want to pack up and retire in Idaho!ReplyDelete
Looks like a place worth a visit! What a blessing to get to build such fun memories with your grandchildren.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful place to live! What wonderful new fabric too! ~*ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place, and so great you get to enjoy it with family. I'm anxiously waiting for Marmalade to come out, it's beautiful too!ReplyDelete
Beautiful home away from home..Waiting on the fabric...ReplyDelete
I used to get thru the upper part of Idaho.. Miss that! Beautiful.ReplyDelete
Know wonder you love it so much-it is so beautiful!!ReplyDelete
(I wouldn't have even seen the moose had you not pointed it out)
Idaho looks beautiful. I've only been there once, and ironically enough, we were grounded in Idaho Falls on Sept 11. I would like to return under happy circumstances. The new fabric looks great... as usual! Can't wait to see the new patterns. The table toppers are just darling!ReplyDelete
I've never been to Idaho. It's beautiful. Beautiful fabric, too.ReplyDelete
Can not wait to see this Marmalade line at the shop and to find the candy packs to make these 12 x 12 projects. Grand daughters will love playing with them with the doll cradle at grandma's. Your family looks like a lot of fun with all the big smiles. Idaho is fantastic but then, North Carolina is too!ReplyDelete
Oh Marmalade is just wonderful! I can't wait for it to come out. It reminds me of all those times our family would get together at Grandma's house and the house would be FULL of family and she would be busy in the kitchen. She always had these beautiful tablecloths and linens, and Marmalade reminds me of those..ahh back in the day...ReplyDelete
Love your new line Marmalade and your new pattern for toppers! Please enter me in your drawing. Janet L.ReplyDelete
I have made quilts with Ruby and with Vintage Modern. Can't wait to make one with Marmalade. Love the addition of the orange this time! :)ReplyDelete
I can't wait to see marmalade in person! Right now I'm working with Ruby in cotton and then have some in flannel. Love the lines! Your town looks divine, like every movie for a family reunionReplyDelete
What a beautiful place to live!!ReplyDelete
I love your fabrics! I have been through parts of Idaho but have not spent much time there. It is a beautiful place and it is wonderful when families can spend time together, we hope to have ours all together next summer here in Washington State.ReplyDelete
Beautiful country! Your fabrics are always so lovely! Laura BenthienReplyDelete
Your part of the US looks like fun. Of course, fun is what you make it, and with your fabulous family that wouldn't be hard. Your pattern for Marmalade looks like one I will try once I get my hands on that fabric. Kristy email@example.comReplyDelete
Loved your story; you're very blessed with your big family and your adopted hometown is lovely. Marmalade is adorable; I've been waiting for the yardage to come out; thanks for chance to win! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)ReplyDelete
Can I come live at your house? It is just beautiful. I'm excited for Marmalade to arrive in stores! - NQuinnReplyDelete
No wonder you want to spend so much time there. :-)ReplyDelete
Your fabric and patterns are lovely. Thanks for sharing.
What a beautiful place you have. And to be able to share it with your family is a blessing.ReplyDelete
Nice pictures of where you live and family:) Thank you So much for sharing!
Looks like you liven in utopia. Thank you for sharing, these 12-1/2" blocks are the bombReplyDelete
Wow,I never realized Idaho had such pretty places. Your fabric line uses such fun colors.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place to live! Thanks for sharing it with us. Love your fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
I love that your family has a refuge to go to and feel like they are coming home. Your newest line is fantastic. I am loving the tangerine colors.ReplyDelete
It looks like you live in a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing it with us..You have fun fabrics and patterns.ReplyDelete
The scenic view was wonderful, thanks for sharing love the picture your friend gave you. As always thanks for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
WOW Island Lake Idaho is beautiful. What a great place to make family memories for generations. Thanks for sharing Island Lake and the chance to win...some of the 'oh sEw beautiful' Marmalade fabrics. Happy stitching, Pauline from Canton Michigan.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing! What a great place to live!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful fun place to have to spend time with your famiy. Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Beautiful place. Yellowstone is on my list to visit someday.ReplyDelete
Love your pictures - what amazing memories your making for your family! Looks like a lot of fun.ReplyDelete
Thanks for a chance at a giveaway and sharing your fabric.
A lovely family, a beautiful place to live.ReplyDelete
I love your beautiful, happy colors. Truly a reflection of your beautiful, happy family. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Love your hometown...all of the log buildings! Can't wait to see Marmalade!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place! Love your fabric and patterns! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I live in Boise and we have driven past Island Park on our way back from Yellowstone. We heard it was beautiful and I can see that it is! Think we'll have to stop next time! Love the Marmalade fabric line. Can't wait to get my hands on some! Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
A beautiful place to live in your neck of the woods! Love your fabrics. Beautiful patterns! Thanks for sharing....Judith, TexasReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing photos of your favorite place to relax with your family! AMCReplyDelete
What a wondeful description and pictures of your hometown. I love your moose. They are really a beautiful animal. My name is Sandi and I live in the foothills called Sonora. It is now becoming a big city. We never had stoplights before. Growing up in Sonora, we used to have an uptown and dowtown theater. You could drive around a foundtain that was in the center of a circle that you had to drive around. We used to have a drivein called A and W rootbeer. Everything is now gone and we are getting more stoplights and more by-passes. More people keep coming to Sonora to get away from the bay area or to retire. It has been really been quite interesting to learn about all of the designers. Thank you for giving all of us a chance to win that fabric.ReplyDelete
Thanks for telling us more about Idaho. I love your fabric. SandyReplyDelete
Your pictures make me want to rush to Idaho - I've never been there. Marmalade is a great name for your new fabric line absolutely delicious. Hope it's my lucky day.ReplyDelete
We love Elk City, ID which is so very small. It is not a touristy place. Just a nice getaway where the fishing is amazing, the peacefulness is in abundance, and the winters have awesome snow machining! Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place to be..summer or winter. And how blessed you are with wonderful family times. Thank you for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
Howdy from the opposite side of Yellowstone...Cody, Wyoming! Love the new fabric!! Yummmmm!!! JanReplyDelete
What an awesome place to live! Thanks for the tour. The Two Hour Table Topper pattern looks awesome too. I'll get one as soon as I sign off here. If I'm lucky I'll get a top done today!ReplyDelete
Your pictures are so beautiful on your blog! Love all your patterns and fabric. I live in Columbus, OhioReplyDelete
Your new fabric is beautiful. Great blog hop.ReplyDelete
I just love, love, love marmalade!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed the beautiful photos of your hometown of Island Park - gorgeous place. Would love to be the winner of your new Marmalade fabric. Thanks for the giveaway! LanaReplyDelete
Hi Bonnie! what a great place to live! I'd love to visit Idaho! and I love your fabric to!ReplyDelete
good morning, I really enjoyed all the gorgeous photos of your hometown-looks like a beautiful place to live. I love your new marmalade fabric-thanks for the chance win-Kathy in the ozarks of missouriReplyDelete
Such a beautiful part of the country, your pictures are so pretty, and your family is lovely.ReplyDelete
Love the photos of your very pretty corner of the world....and the chance to win some Marmalade!!ReplyDelete
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What a wonderful place and what great memories you have given to your family! I'm loving the fresh new colors you've infused into the Marmalade collection. It's lovely as always!ReplyDelete
Looks like a marvelous place to relax! Thanks for the chance to win some Marmalade :0)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful part of the USA, and a wonderful family! Absolutely love your work, too!ReplyDelete
Love the colors in your new Marmalade fabric line! Your town looks like a great place. I love to outdoors! Thanks for the cute little pattern. Using the Moda Candy is SO fun!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful hometown. I love your new fabric that will be out soon.ReplyDelete
I live in a log home in Iowa, so I LOVED seeing how Island Park used log buildings as a theme. Idaho is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Love the beautiful pictures of Idaho! Can't wait for your new fabric line. I am a huge fan!ReplyDelete
Island park looks beautiful. Have only been to Mountain Home, ID as my sister-in-law lives there. I am patiently waiting for marmalade to come out so maybe I'll get lucky and win some on the 15th. Thanks for the chance!ReplyDelete
Thank you for posting all those photos. They make Idaho look heavenly!_ReplyDelete
This is great fun. I am enjoying seeing 'the country' where everyone lives. See you again on the 15th.ReplyDelete
What a cute pattern! Thanks for sharing. Your hometown is beautiful. It looks like a fun place to live.ReplyDelete
You have a lovely family! Blessings.ReplyDelete
Wow! The photos of this area are just stunning! They could be picture post cards! No wonder you love going there, and spending time in such a beautiful place is an extra special blessing.ReplyDelete
I'm so looking forward to Marmalade. I love the yellows and oranges in the new line. So warm and cheerful!
Your hometown looks awesome. How luck you are to live near Yellowstone. I've never been in your neck of the woods, but would love to make it a travel destination. Thank you for the chance to win this pretty fabric.Delete
How much fun you must have at the lake! I love your fabric and read your blog all the time. Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing! Love the new fabric and it's name! Thank you for the freebie too.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day.
Love the oranges in Marmalade. Thanks for the great fabric and the giveaway. Love your stuff. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
You are so lucky to live in Island Park one of the most Beautiful places in the world. In my younger years we spent one week every Summer in Yellowstone I think of it as, as close to Heaven as you can get. Your fabric's are among my favorites I can't wait for marmalade to come out.ReplyDelete