macaroni love story

Back when Spoonflower first came on the scene, Morgan signed up for their beta version. For some time he was interested in designing his own fabric. He later got me to set up an account, and since then I’ve been following their blog.

So when Spoonflower announced a giveaway for a FQ stack of Heather Ross’s newest line for Spoonflower, Macaroni Love Story, I entered immediately, even though I don’t often have good luck with giveaways. I didn’t realize that Morgan was still receiving emails from them as well. So apparently he entered too. I like to believe that he was entering in order to try to win this lovely stack for me, but I guess we’ll never know.

Anyway, fast forward to a couple days later, when he jumps up from his computer exclaiming that he was a winner. I didn’t even believe him until I saw the email for myself, and then I started getting excited, thinking that some new fabrics would be joining my stash. However, Morgan seems to have other ideas.

The fabric arrived the other day and since then he continues to remind me that it’s his (I’m allowed to look, but not cut!). And just yesterday he was busy drawing out quilt designs… I don’t know what will come of this, but perhaps you’ll see a little something out of Macaroni Love Story made by Morgan!

But regardless, Heather’s designs are adorable (as always!) and I’m thrilled that I got to see them in person. Perhaps I’ll have to buy myself a stack!

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40 Responses to macaroni love story

  1. 1
    mjb says:

    It’s sweet that he’s getting excited about these designs!

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    Kar says:

    That is too funny! Can’t to see what Morgan comes up with.

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    heather says:

    now THAT is funny!


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    Linda says:

    I love this story! It is so fun when your child loves fabric and sewing! Can’t wait to see what he comes up with!

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    Terri says:

    that is sweet! Wouldn’t that be fun to see a quilt design made by Morgan!

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    Linda says:

    You go, Morgan! I can’t wait to see what you design. Obviously a man who knows himself…..8-)

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    Islay says:

    I’ve been trying to avoid looking at them, but I know that the knowledge of the option of organic Heather Ross fabrics will get to me eventually!

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    Raven says:

    Hahaha! He want’s to make his own quilt for the baby! Too cute! 🙂

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    anna says:

    ooo, nice husband you’ve got there! jealous of that fabric. 🙂 I’m just about ready to bite the bullet and buy myself some.

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    Megan says:

    That’s awesome! When I saw a Morgan from Vermont won that giveaway I thought for sure it was you guys!

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    Meg says:

    Hah! How funny! My husband has entered giveaways for me before too. I just love that it his stack o’ fabrics though. Lucky, lucky man. ;0)

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    Dolly says:

    How fun !
    It’s contagious……..I can’t wait to see what he comes up with !

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    Erica says:

    That is a funny story! Those fabrics are so amazing.

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    kerri says:

    i LOVE it!! that is just so funny!! i can’t wait to see what morgan makes out of that pretty stack!!

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    Faith says:

    I can’t believe he won – how awesome! And he better share! LOL

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    Fara says:

    Awwww! I bet Morgan is designing a baby quilt for your little one. That’s so nice and sweet and thoughtful! Can’t wait to see this lovely stack of fabrics turn into a quilt 🙂

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    Suzanne says:

    We are both so fortunate to have husbands to get excited about things we are passionate over.

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    Liz says:

    Oh my, that new line is ENTIRELY too cute. I just wish spoonflower wasn’t so darn expensive!

  21. 21

    I can’t tell you how many times I have gone to Spoonflower and put these fabrics in my cart. Great win! These will turn into something fantastic, I’m sure, no matter who is working with them!

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    Susan V. says:

    Lucky you–you deserve it! Hope you’re feeling okay.

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    Leila says:

    My husband was the one who got me started on appliqué. I always said it was too hard but he wanted to make a baby quilt for his nephew with appliquéd clouds and kites on it. He did it and I discovered it wasn’t that hard after all. He was in such a hurry to finish that he brought it to a conference to work on. He said the people at the airport gave him funny looks and a lot of space. 🙂

    Maybe Morgan will let you play with the scraps. 🙂 He is a lucky man.

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    Collette says:

    I have to say, I kind of love that he’s not sharing! I can’t wait to see what he comes up with!

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    Sara F says:

    That is the cutest thing I’ve ever heard….

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    Carmen says:

    Ah, I betcha the quilt (if he makes it) is gonna go to you;)

    That’s awesome that he so shares your interests, and amazing that he won!

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    Munaiba says:

    Whoo hoo another male quilter!

  28. 28

    Hahah!! I love it! You realize that if Morgan makes a quilt… that would make you the “quilt holder upper” for pictures. It’s only fair! : )

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    Patty says:

    Is Morgan doing a little nesting? getting ready for your little one I wonder.

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    Beth says:

    I think that is so great! Good luck getting a little of that lovely stack ;o)

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    Kim says:

    It’s gorgeous! At least you get to visit it!

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    Jan says:

    Oh my gosh, this is a great collection. Perhaps Morgan will share, you can always hope.

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    Mary says:

    How fun! I think we definitely need to see a Mr. Film in the Fridge quilt!!!

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    Nova says:

    love that macaroni love story, story!

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    Corrie says:

    That is exactly how my husband started quilting! Now you will join us that have to compete for the sewing space as well…good luck with that!

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    Bailey says:

    That’s funny, and my husband would do the exact same thing!

  38. 38

    What beautiful fabric! I can’t wait to see what you… I mean he… comes up with!

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    Leigh says:

    Cute! There are so many cool fabrics at Spoonflower I would love to try, but am wondering how they hold up after washing? Any quilt in this house is destined to be used/washed a lot – I’ve been wondering how the SF fabric holds color?

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    Amanda Jean says:

    That’s awesome! Lucky Morgan! I think he should make a quilt using his win. But he definitely should share the scraps. No, better yet, why don’t you split the fabric into fat 1/8ths and each design/make a quilt. THAT would be really fun!

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