Wednesday, 4 March 2009

New Edition of Sew Hip Mag features PhatSheep Interview!




Wow, this is a big bit exciting and a little bit scary!


I was interviewed by Kerrie Allman a month or so ago and had kind of fogotten about it, but when I got the new edition of Sew Hip magazine there was my interview and huge pic pic of me and the boy! Good grief it's a bit scary to see such a big pic (or any pic for that matter) of yourself in print in a proper posh mag that people pay money for! I hope that what I have to say is a bit interesting to people!? Anyway there are lots of other great patterns and articles in the magazine too.
Oh and there is a whole lot more fabrics listed in the Etsy shop now, go check them out!

9 comments:

Jenny said...

Congratulations, hope the article brings you more publicity and sales, you deserve it.

jennyflower said...

coar! That is very exciting! (I got my buttons today, they are amazing, thank you so much for running it) xx

meg said...

oh my goodness, you're famous!

Emma Loves Stitching said...

Congrats on your interview, and I've done just that-checked out your new fabrics and placed an order!!
Emma:)

daisy janie : scoutie girl said...

Congratulations!!! That's a wonderful pic of the two of you - and what an awesome feather in your cap!! Keep up the great work!!

Jan

JacquiMcR said...

How fab is that? Hopefully it will bring you lots more success. Have a lovely day - jacqui x

Gemma Grace said...

Marvelous! and what a lovely picture of you and your son. Wish I could read the whole interview ~ I don't think Sew Hip is available here in Canada... yet. (The yet is the hopeful bit for it looks like a treat of a magazine.) Well done, Suzanne!

Emma Loves Stitching said...

Just a quick thank you, my charm parcel arrived and teh fabrics are scrummy.
Have put a link to you on my blog page.i'm well chuffed!!

Emma :)

Cicada Studio said...

I read the article- after staring and smiling at the picture of you and your adorable lad for about 5 minutes! Congratulations! What a great interview- and lots of pages, which is extra awesome.