Wildflower Bouquet for Riley Blake Designs
Showing at Spring Quilt Market 2019 and shipping in September 2019:
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“The Big Easy” from the book “Simple Treasures”
“I Love Puppies”, designed by Heather Peterson for Henry Glass Fabrics.
July 2014 Release.
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“Here Fishy, Fishy”
To be released in July of 2013
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Released in January of 2013
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Released in June of 2012
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Released in June of 2011
Deck the Halls”
Released in June of 2011
Released in March of 2011
Released in June of 2010
“At Home for the Holidays”
Released in May 2010
Designed by Heather for Henry Glass & Co. Released in December of 2009
Designed by Heather and her mom Deb Mulder for Henry Glass & Co. Released in February of 2009
Designed by Heather for Henry Glass & Co. Released in the fall of 2008.
Designed by Heather for Henry Glass & Co. Released spring of 2007
Winter Spice and Perennial Spice
Two sister lines designed by Heather for Henry Glass & Co.
Designed by Heather for Henry Glass & Co. Released Spring of 2006.
I am looking for the fabric “Moonlit Gardens”
It is an eggplant color with red/blue check/ and yellow flowers. I just can’t find it any where!
If you could help me, I would really appreciate it!
Calico Cupboard in Pataskala, Ohio had it not long ago. They still might.
I am at my wits end trying to find your pink Little Lady fabric and coordinates. I saw it used in Quick Quilts March issue and it was sold out. Can
Love your fabric line. Have worked at a quilt shop for over 10 years so I have seen lots of lines of fabric.
Will look forward to seeing it in person.
Your fabric is truly eye candy….delicious to the nth degree. I also love your books. I can’t wait to make a quilt from one!
I love your site! 🙂
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I have found a new favorite fabric designer! I am in love with your “rebel roses” line!!! The table runner with the blue rick rack is absolutely adorable. (I hope I’m posting in the right place for a chance to win some rebel roses so I can get started on my table runner, and one for my sister!) Please keep up the good work, love it love it love it!
Hi I’m looking for fabric from Livin large book. Touch of Class Tablecloth
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How does one contact you to do a class/trunk show for a quilt guide? You haven’t been to our quilt guild (new ulm) since you went from your black gothic days to your now ’60’s funky days. It would be fun to have you back. I enjoyed your show at Morton, MN.
I love the new 10 inch cuts of Rebel Roses that I purchased last weekend, I am anxious to make Double Takes I.
I enjoy your new patterns as much as I did 8 years ago ( Moose on the Loose) – keep on designing.
When will i be able to purchase your new book? I have become a huge fan. Thanks.
I waited too long to purchase your Cottage Charm fabric and now I can’t find it anywhere!! Do you know of any online stores or stores in NJ that still carry it? Thanks.
Very happy to have reached your inspiring blog ! So much to admire and read… I will be back.
looking for the following fabric:
Winter spice by Heather Mulder Peterson
of Anka’s treasures for Henry Glass Fabrics
he is Blue with a design with a brown dot in the middle.
I am looking for the border fabric for quilt entitled “Pinwheel Chain” from book Fat Quarter Cottage by Heather Mulder Peterson. It is referred to as green floral outer border. Information about all the fabric in this quilt would be most appreciated!
son telas muy bonitas y las colchas tambien
m quite admired of ur blog. i like the rebel roses design is awesome
could you please tell me where i can get your perennial spice.
I need to find 3 more yards of the gold rebel roses fabric, any ideas?
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Hi Ms. Peterson.
My name is Anna. I really like your website and your designs or course. I have it marked as my favorite.
I run a small patchwork shop in Kuala Lumpur MALAYSIA. May i know how do i go about buying fabrics & books from you? Can i have the catalogue or pricelist for your fabric especially? Love the colour combinations and designs.
Are you participating in the Houston Quilt Market this October?
Hope to hear from you.
I bought some Rebel Roses fabric and love love it. I live in Utah. Do you know of any stores that sell it in Utah, or maybe an online store that sells it. Please include and info you have on the Wildflower line too.
Your fabric is sooooo fabulous. Marsha
I bought a wildflowers kit in 2009 and did not realize that there is only enough fabric for 5 squaresx 5 squares (66.5×66.5). I would really like to make it 66.5×86.5 and am wondering if I can still purchase the fabric and where. I just love this pattern and so hope you can help me. Thank you. Mary Ann Kenesey
I am making a quilt with Morning Glories and have run out of the yellow tonal vines. Please, can you tell me where I can find it. I have searched on the web for hours and can find the olive green tonal but not the yellow. Thanks!!
Rebel Roses is my all time favorite line. I wish I could find more of it.
Right now I am making the modern day diamonds quilt.
i am looking for a few yards of your rebel roses fabric with the light blue background and red roses. Rebel Roses by Heather Mulder Peterson and Deb Mulder for Henry Glass and Co. Hope you can help me.
I have been searching for a copy of your book Rebel Roses for several years. I check ebay and amazon regularly, hoping for a copy to appear. Does anyone have another suggestion?
I am enthralled – inspired and slightly jealous. You have been gifted with some wornderful talent.
Iim Looking for French General Fabrics , do you have them? My E-mail is wandagregory39@ outlook. Com … if you dont carry them , can you tell me where I can find them?.. thank you😊