Tuesday, September 18, 2007

For the Chuckles!


For those of you not familiar with our warped sense of humor here at Michael Miller Fabrics, we've got a couple of new print groups to share. (Knitmare on Elm Street and That's Sew Wrong). My experience is that quilters/crafters and knitters can have a wicked sense of humor and we love to indulge and oblige! These are from Jennifer Shugars. She's a designer with a knack for design with a punch line!

15 comments:

maryscottagequilts said...

This fabric is so funny, kind of reminds me of my home ec from hell days in high school (I think I made a blouse just like the one pictured here). Love it!
mary

Olivia Carter said...

Great stuff! & so funny- I love that I can knit and sew and not feel stuffy.

Caitlin O'Connor said...

OMG! CAN'T WAIT to get my hot little hands on this stuff - brilliant!!! *sighs* We're only just getting Dick and Jane here...back to equilter for me!

Toni Hamel said...

How funny! I love the skulls with scissors! hehe... Very cool!

Quilting Diva said...

I'm making trimmings for my sewing room..valances with a contrast band on the bottom, chair cover, sewing machine cover, etc. I think the skulls will look great for a scissor & rotary case..things to keep the little hands away! SEW much fun!

PamKittyMorning said...

These are a crackup! Just found the blog and can't wait to catch up!

crazycatladymel said...

Oh, I'm DYING! How does one go about putting their hands on these things? My local quilt shop doesn't always carry the newest prints.

Annmarie said...

I love love love these prints! I almost feel over laughing when I saw them (in a good way :)) I'm thinking a newing ironing board pad and sewing machine cover are in my future! Thanks for creating fun prints that I actually want to use!

Amy said...

Oh! I love those, very cool!

Anonymous said...

Just got to say, Love it,Love it. I can't wait to show my sister and get my hands on some. Having a warped mind isn't such a bad thing is it? I think it's funny. Keep up your wonderful work cute, romantice and warped.
Merlynn H.W.
Redding

Marin (AntiM) said...

I can't tell you how much I NEED Knitmare on Elm Street.

Not want. NEED.

Lazy Lucy said...

I love these fabrics! In case anybody can't find them at their local fabric or quilt shop, I was able to find them at www.ladybuttons.com and www.jcaroline.com.

Sandy said...

What a hoot! Those are so funny : )

Anonymous said...

help me, where can i buy all these items in France (or from France???)

laurence said...

i am not anonymous...I m Laurence from www.arthurmonheros.com
THANK YOU