Monday, June 3, 2013

It's really happening...


Between spurts of hand quilting on "Baltimore Rhapsody," the publishing of the patterns and the launch of Fabric Therapy Online is inching closer as well!


The covers are being printed today and the over-sized pattern sheets later this week.  I'm almost through writing the last of the pattern content, which will print quickly on regular-sized paper.


We set up STRIPE yesterday (to be able to accept credit cards for payment).  My husband has been loading stuff on the web site he is creating.  Back when my parents married, the advice was to marry someone who could fix your car.  Now, I think it's good to find someone who can work on your computer...

For all who have been waiting so patiently to make blocks, we should be up and going with the first 19 blocks by the end of the month, hopefully sooner!  It all hinges on how fast 'me and my minions' (me, my daughter, my husband) can fold and stuff (evil overlord laugh inserted here).

In stitches,
Teresa   :o)

13 comments:

  1. that is so exciting, I am so happy for you I know this has been a long time in the making.
    Kathie

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  2. How exciting! And I know exactly what you mean about marrying someone to work on your computer! My husband set up my website and works on my computer every time I mess it up!

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  3. this is great news for you - I so agree on the DH to fix the computer - I don't know what I would do with computer problems otherwise - I can always get someone to fix the car LOL -

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  4. How exciting for you. The pattern covers look very good. All so professional. I wish you much luck. I know it has all been a labor of love for someone who has been so inspired by music.

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  5. Oh, how exciting! I hope you sell lots and lots of patterns. And, that there's a demand for you to design more!!!!

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  6. Oh, congrats and how exciting indeed!!

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  7. This wonderful news; so glad you are progressing. Isn't it great to have a computer geek to help out? I appreciate mine, too...hugs julierose

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  8. In my family it is my husband who married the one to work on his computer. Although, clearly I am not as adept as yours! I must improve my skills so I am more of a catch! Congratulations on (nearly) reaching your goal. Your pattern is a great addition to the quilt market.

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  9. sounds interesting.Is ther a picture on your site for the pattern and do you know more or less the cost?

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  10. Congratulations! How exciting!

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  11. I think it's just fantastic you are doing this!!!!

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  12. So exciting! The patterns look fabulous!
    If you need another worker bee, let me know and I'll drive over! LOL
    And...absolutely true about needing a computer expert in the family!

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  13. I'm so excited about this. :D

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