Sunday, September 26, 2010

Tina Givens is in the HOUSE!!!

How fun is this!??... I was asked by Lark Crafts to help throw Miss Tina Givens an eparty to celebrate her new book being released October 5th!! And you all know how much I like a party (really… what else do I do?? haha)… so, we get to have a little chat and give-a-way for some yummy prizes! cha-ching!! I have been a big fan of Tina’s fabric forEVER… (or what I like to refer to as my Etsy days). Her fabric has always brought a sophisticated, whimsical theme to my creations… thus making my soon to be mama clients go nutty for the goods! LOL and can I just state now… her new book { Sew Tina! } followed straight in line with what I have come to expect from her. Beautifully illustrated, easily deciphered, and completely intoxicating to a crafter’s spirit! and yes, you can take that to the bank! ;) And get this… we got to interview her too-skie!! Can you even imagine how hard it was for me to narrow down all the questions I had about the way Tina’s brain works??? I had like a bazillion I could have thrown her way, but in the end I chose these and I do hope you enjoy getting to know Miss Tina a tad bit better! Dear Miss Tina… How did you get so dang fabulous??? It’s my personal belief talent like your comes from a deep place within a person and then one day it rears it’s fantastic head that start’s their amazing journey… what did that day look like for you?? I was sitting in a corporate board room among 20 people and the CEO of the company fired someone right on the spot, and reduced another guy, dad of 3 to tears. I remained in my seat but slowly closed my note pad, and returned home on a plane rethinking life and what's truly at my core. It was actually a sewing thing. Within a week I quit my job, and started my path to find my creative self. That started by the way with a super millinery course where I learned to block hats.... nice!
It’s very well known that you are considered a sure thing (in regards to talent of course!)… and with each fabric line or endeavor brings great success… so, I must ask… when you received your first { yes! }… What did you do?? Really, 'a sure thing'... yeah, a 'sure freak'... I had a {yes} moment when I first exhibited at the Stationery Show in NY back in 2004 when people where clamoring into my booth and throwing their orders at us... I couldn't believe my last minute plans worked... And then they proceeded to trek the pink flokati rug fluff all over the exhibit hall on the heels of their shoes... very cute moments... But the first {yes} moment for the fabrics was when Westminster Fibers walked into my scrapbook booth at CHA and invited me to design fabrics for them. A seamstress at heart I couldn't believe my luck... That was definitely a 'yes' moment.
And then it was a while until I did the fist pump again. It was exhibiting the Zazu collection at market and I finally found my place and my signature I think on my fabric design... we won best booth that year too! I can only imagine the length and amount of time your creations bring, however… what does one (with your mind) do in your off time?? I am an avid old movie watcher. I love 1930s and 40s movies, and when in the mood enjoy the 50s and 60s. 60s fashion was so cool. Go Betty Davis, Garbo, Bogart, oh Rita Hayworth, Doris Day..... those hats! I watch new film too of course... the independents and of course the fabulous new crazy budget films... I love to cook and seem to do so when stressed and of course I enjoy down time with my kids... ice cream trips, shopping with my baby girl (she's 8), watching soccer games and gymnastics... My oldest is in college now so we travel for the weekends occasionally to see his games... I have always found your fabric (first and foremost) incredibly rich and sophisticated… how have you been able to continue with a new fresh look your designs through the years?? I have changed over the years definitely... I am not formally trained so getting back to painting, sketching, was a sort of re-awakening. Painting for stationery is not too serious, I mean it is but it's more simplistic and easier to put out there. However, my characters have become more pronounced and more vivid... their personalities are shining because they're more confident.... same with my fabrics, over time I have learned what works and what doesn't. My 'sophisticated yet whimsical' flavor I think comes from a broad range of places and people and experiences. Growing up in an elegant home with multi-cultural influences from the Mediterranean, Western Europe and southern Africa among a group of eccentric, creative family members helped somewhat! And I continue to find inspiration in those old places but also the new places I visit and people I get to know. My next inspiration is from a childhood book I read and recently became re-acquainted with, Miss. Z the dark young lady. I mean it's filled with parrots, fountains, green lions and unicorns. How could I not dip into that ink well? I myself have stocked up on your chubby owls print from your newest line Opal Owl… which makes me wonder… do you have favorites?? What would Miss Tina’s favorites be from her past lines…??? I have some I detest but will not tell. And I have my favorites of course, and they are because they achieved what I set out to do or because they hold a story or memory of something in my life. The toile from Chloe's Imagination, the Zazu floral with background of chandeliers, Treetop birds and loads from that collection, a polkadot with a silhouette bird from Fairy Tip-Toes, the fairy panels of course, Olivia's Holiday bird and of course all the fabrics from Opal Owl right now. I recently got my stash and whew that owl is something else. By the way she's appearing in stationery form in a new movie being filmed called THE HELP, from the novel The Help. I am so very proud of Opal. Opal Owl is about a woman I grew up with who is an amazing and wonderfully free spirit. I have new favorites too, but they're coming...... from a new collection called Haven's Edge..... hmmmmm.....
And now… we have this amazing book to drool over… how has this form of design differ from creating your fabric lines?? Interesting question. In designing fabric patterning with repeats and such is 2-dimensional and flat surface... either on fabric or paper it's a similar design set of skills I tap into. I love doing it. Designing garments and projects for the home is a completely different process and design sense. Two completely different things but most fabric designers can design product. I think being a visual person, having fun with color and pattern the two design processes can work together very nicely. I have also designed a collection of kids clothing called Biscuit and Poppet and it was a fun exercise in matching the various fabrics to the silhouettes or garments... I don't know maybe it all just melds together for me.... Finally… I must know… what’s next?? You know I am taking it one day at a time but I am starting to get to a point where I need to start focusing, but I hate that. I like having my fingers and toes dipped into all sorts of things. I will keep on designing fabrics as long as I can, and they'll have me; I will continue creating my little fun characters for stationery and ornaments (due out with Dept 56 in January), and probably more books but in other areas... maybe a wardrobe for adults, or accessories for us gals... and maybe a little more time off... Oh and wallpaper, and..... Thanks Heather so much for having my on your blog.... A la Mode is cool baby... and I like your down-to-earth take.... Kisses Tg Yep… she’s fab… no getting around it! When you got it, ya got it. Period! Love her and LOVE Lark Crafts for sponsoring this shindig and giving one of you the chance to own this fantastic book { Sew Tina! } plus extra goodies too on their blog as well as the entire blog hop!!! Just leave a quick message here for Miss Tina telling her your favorite film! It’s always fun to learn new things about each other ;) I’ll keep this give-a-way open until September 29th at 9:00 pm PST. Then you can pop over to the next blog to learn more about Tina and have another chance at grabbing up her book for yourself! Check out Lark Crafts for all the deets!! { one of my baby quilt's made with Chloe's Imagination fabric line } Good Luck!! Xo, Heather

99 comments:

  1. So excited for the new book! I have my eye on a couple of patterns to make straight away for my daughter. Love old movies as well with "Breakfast at Tiffany's" as my fav. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  2. Opal Owl is killing me... so freaking cute. I can't pick a favorite movie... well... maybe When Harry Met Sally... if I am depressed that is my go to flick.

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  3. Just picked up some of her fabric the other day--love it!! I would say Arsenic and Lace with Carey Grant:P

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  4. My favourite film is "The Princess Bride"! What a fabulous book from a very talented lady - thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. That book looks amazing for the redecorating my little girl's room needs! A canopy! Yay!

    I love romantic comedies, and especially jane austen. Right now, I am craving watching the new pride and prejudice.

    Thanks for the giveaway and blog on!

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  6. Beautiful fabric and your book looks adorable!
    I have so many favorite movies ...one of my favorites
    is Gone with the Wind.

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  7. I'll be watching for the new book (how exciting that must be!) I guess my favorite movie is Miracle on 34th Street or It's a Wonderful Life--yep, I guess I'm getting in the mood for Christmas time!

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  8. How lovely to get to know Tina! Thanks for that fab interview Heather and Tina. I must say I'm not an old movie watcher; my always & forever favourite is the Princess Bride.

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  9. Oh my, there is my favorite GIRL movie and my favorite CHRISTMAS movie and my favorite LOL movie and my favorite INSPIRATIONAL movie, how does one pick a FAVORITE movie???
    I will go with GONE WITH THE WIND.

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  10. Love Opal Owl! I'm sucha bird fan tho. LOL!
    My fave film is Lakehouse. Cheesey, yes....but still my fave.

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  11. I am not a movie buff at all but a couple of movies I loved. The best for me was Pride and Prejudice (the one with Colin Firth in it). Its not old but thats my favourite!

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  12. My favourite moovie is Fa yeung nin wa (aka In the Mood for Love) directed by Wong Kar Wai (Korean director) - if you haven't seen it yet, you definitely should watch it!
    I love Tina Givens fabrics too and can't wait to read her book!

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  13. I love Tina's fabric too!!!
    Thanks for the great interview.
    My favourite film would have to be The Swiss Family Robinson (the version with John Mills!)

    Gill

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  14. Congratulations on the new book Tina! My fav film at the moment is Mona Lisa Smile :) love the opal owls!

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  15. My favorite movie? It must be "Babe". That movie just never gets old for us.

    Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  16. I wish I had more time to watch movies, though I do like Pretty Woman - a modern fairytale story. I must say that Tina's Opal Owls looks fabulous.

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  17. The book looks great! I already see lots of beauties to make for my grandaughter. I Reallyhave not seen any old movies I can remember except the original wizard of oz.

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  18. My all time favourite movie is the Princess Bride!!! It has so many awesome lines and really makes me smile. Thanks Heather, Tina and Lark Crafts for a fabulous giveaway :)

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  19. Oh, so hard to pick a favorite movie. That's like asking me to pick a favorite fabric! Well, the movie I probably watch the most, so it must be my favorite is Chocolat.

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  20. my fave movie, umm Sweet Home Alabama, Never Been Kissed, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and The Holiday.
    that book looks awesome

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  21. Thanks for the interview and lovely giveaway. Love the fabrics by TG. Favorite movie -
    it changes with how I feel.
    right now - Jane Austen's Price and Prejudice.
    Thanks again
    lee
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  22. I've bought her fabric in the past because I couldn't resist the cuteness. It's great stuff! My favorite movie's "Pulp Fiction." Not a very girly flick but it has its charms.

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  23. I could never pick just one movie as my favorite; I have so many different moods. I will tell you my favorite type of movie to watch while I sew (but you're not going to like it). I LOVE zombie movies! I have a collection of about a dozen, starting with the original Night of the Living Dead, all the way up to the more modern movies like Shawn of the Dead and the Resident Evil movies. I pop one of those movies in and I am good to sew!
    Congrats on the book, Tina, and thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

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  24. hm.... all time favorite movie?
    benny and joon is way up there. and fried green tomatoes. and moulin rouge. and many many others.

    but much more importantly, i think i'm in love with those little shoes! and i have a little boy due in december so i may just have to whip up a pair of those before then. :)

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  25. What a great interview! I love movies too, so it is hard to pick one fav. Pride and Prejudice is one I can watch over and over. Love a happy ending :-)

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  26. I have two films I go back to time and time again. One is Rebecca - the Alfred Hitchcock version with Joan Fontaine and Laurence Olivier. The other Great Expectations the David Lean version. And of course everyone loves "The Wizard of Oz" don't they?

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  27. Looks like a fabulous book to drool over! My favourite movie of all time is Gone with the wind. I used to watch it snuggled up to my Nanny Foster right up until she passed away when I was 32. They just don't make movies like they used to.

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  28. LOVE Tina's fabric, and the new book looks like it will be great! My favorite movie ~ Top Gun. I know, I know, but I can't help it! LOL

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  29. LOVE Tina's fabric, and the new book looks like it will be great! My favorite movie ~ Top Gun. I know, I know, but I can't help it! LOL

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  30. Opal Owl is ridiculously cute! Can't wait to check out her new book! Breakfast at Tiffany's is my fave old movie.

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  31. My all time, hands down, favorite movie is Breakfast at Tiffany's. Audrey Hepburn is so elegant. Thanks for offering the contest.

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  32. All time favourite? Singin' in the Rain, probably. But also I love Un Coeur en Hiver, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Funny Face, Much Ado About Nothing, 4 Weddings and a Funeral... so many!

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  34. Too many to pick -- but one of them is Philadelphia Story. Cary Grant, Kate Hepburn AND Jimmy Stewart? Can't go wrong with that.

    Can I ask Tina: Is the name "Opal Owl" inspired by the Melendy books?

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  35. looks like a great book, I do love and have many tina givens fabrics

    My favorite movie is "you've got mail"

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  36. I love old movies, especially musicals. My favorite musical is probably White Christmas (cheesy, yes, but definitely makes you feel good!) and my favorite old non-musical is probably The Philadelphia Story, but I loooove anything with Danny Kaye.

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  37. what a awesome interview. my favorite old movies are hands down any Astaire and Rogers, from the popular like Top Hat to the lesser known The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle.

    this book looks amazing as does this line of fabric, opal owl. those owls are too cute!

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  38. I can't wait to get my hands on this book! My favorite movie is My Fair Lady, but I love everything with Audrey Hepburn! In fact, I may just have to pop that in the DVD player right now! I hope I win!

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  39. Wow, I had no idea that Tina had book coming out. It looks like a good one! I just love The Devil Wears Prada.

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  40. Lovely book and would love to own a copy. I'm not into movies so the only one I can come up with is "It's a Wonderful Life."

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  41. I am so excited about this new book and can't wait to put all my TG fabrics to good use!

    My favorite movie of all time is The Sound of Music! There are a long list of close seconds but The Sound of Music is definitely the cherry! :)

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  42. I'm a fan of Tina's Fabrics. I picked up many yards of her collection and I love it. One of my favorite movie would be "Sabrina". Thanks for this giveaway I hope I win.

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  43. i'm a *love the old musicals* type of gal ... hard to pick one, but i think oklahoma is perfect ... my kids and former hubs were in it and it has a special place in my heart ... love your fabric and the one with chandeliers is darling ....

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  44. I would LOVE to win a copy of this, otherwise it's going on my Christmas wish list :) One of my fave films lately was the Time Traveller's Wife.
    Thanks for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  45. my favourite movie is definatly the princess bride, oh wait, ....... or Ladyhawk

    and that book looks perfect

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  46. Great interview Heather! The book looks great. Sorry I don't have a favorite "classic" movie, but one of my faves is Bridget Jones' Diary ;)

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  47. Ah my favorite movie that I could watch over and over and over and over....you get the point....Dirty Dancing....No one puts Baby in a corner!

    Love the Tina, Love you, love the fabric, and I know I'd love the book!

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  48. I so love learning about these new lines and fab designers on your blog. My favorites movies are Matilda and The Princess Bride. Oh and Ella Enchanted. I ahev lots of faves!
    Thanks!

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  49. So excited about this giveaway!! Tina Givens rocks! My favorite movie would have to be Sweet Home Alabama. Thanks for the chance!

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  50. My favorite flick is August Rush. The soundtrack is also amazing.

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  51. Lovely interview! My favorite movie is probably The Princess Bride. It's oh so much fun!
    Thanks for the giveaway, the book looks awesome!!

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  52. I have a few movies that I love....Pricess Bride and Forrest Gump are feel-good ones.....every Christmas I watch Love, Actually (which not many have seen but is sooo good!), and I admit...I love the Twilight movies/books. It's true! I do not appologize for it!
    :-)

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  53. The African Queen and any of the old Doris day comedies, espcially with Rock Hudson! Book looks wonderful, I have several piles of TG fabric in my stash!

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  54. What a fun book! I have a few favorites but hubby and I were just talking about "Wimbeldon" last night so I'm going to say that - such a fun movie!

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  55. Looks like great fun - a great book to share with my daughter! Love the fabric, too! My fabric movie is the George C. Scott version of Dicken's Christmas Carol - have to see it every year. Yes, of course, I can annoyingly recite it by now...

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  56. That owl is so darn cute!!! I love the illustrations we could see in your pictures of her book on the blog... does she paint them, too? Just too talented!! ummmm favorite movie? Just picking one? That is tough.... ummm for romance- An Affair to Remember, for a good laugh- Ice Age!! LOL Polly

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  57. My Fair Lady is my favorite of all time!

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  58. My very favorite movie is "Shall we Dance"! Richard Gere, Jessica Lopez, and Meryl Streep! LOVE IT!

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  59. My favorite movie (and I see I'm not alone) is Pride & Prejudice. I've seen it a billion times, and always love it. I will watch or read anything Jane Austen!

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  60. So exited about the new book! My favorite movie? Gone with the Wind or Lonesome Dove.

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  61. Love Tina! One of my favorite movies is Toy Story! :)

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  62. WOW! My favorite film has got to be "Planes, Trains & Automobiles" John Candy was a hoot! spierssusan52@gmail.com

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  63. Hm, I can´t choose the ONE favourite movie. The Harry Potter series of course, but right now it is "Remember Me". It´s such a sad, funny, awesome movie full of life.

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  64. Oh how i love your fabrics. I would treasure a copy of your new book. My favorite movie is Singing in the Rain!

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  65. Hi, I'm Karen from Portland, Oregon. I love all your fabric, but Opal Owl is my fav. My very favorite old movie is "A Place in the Sun" with a fresh, young, gorgeous Elizabeth Taylor.

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  66. The Sound of Music and Gone With the Wind top my list of favorite movies. I enjoyed your interview with Tina and would love to win a copy of her book!

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  67. Loved your interview -- I feel like I was eavesdropping on some cool ladies chatting :) just one favorite movie? that's harrrrd... but I think I may have to go along with the previous commenter who said Babe -- that is right up there as one of my favorites. Love Best in Show as well -- I'm a sucker for cute animal movies! :)

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  68. Hey Tina, my favorite film is Doctor Zhivago! That reminds me, I must watch it again!

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  69. That book looks fantastic!
    My favorite movie has to be Beaches!! I am a sucker for chick flicks. I can't help it :-)

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  70. Well, I had to follow when I heard one of my favorite "songs" here!
    I have so many favorite movies - I'm going to say Avatar for now as it is my latest favorite, but there are many more that others have already mentioned.
    Angie at anudge(at)gmail(dot)com

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  71. Another great book...would absolutely love to win a copy!! Thanks for the opportunity....hmmm, as for a favourite movie....I know Bridges of Madison County is a total chick flick but when it came out, it really moved me....one of those ones you can't forget!!!

    jodym7@yahoo.com

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  72. I love the prints in Chloes Imagination. My recent faves are Juno and Whip it. Sang(at)gci(dot)net

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  73. I do not have much Tina Givens fabric (yet) but do have a large piece of what she said was one of her favorites - the chandelier fabric. It is gorgeous and elegant. I would be delighted to win this book. Miracle on 34th Street is still an old favorite, as well as Shirley Temple movies. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  74. The book looks very interesting, as a new grandma and great aunt many times over. I am always looking for grand babies items to make. OK do not laugh favorite movie Die Hard. Have it on DVD, watch it all the time. Maybe tonight.

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  75. The new book looks fantastic! I ♥ Tina Givens fabrics, so the book is clearly a must-have!

    My favorite film? hmmm, so many, but I think African Queen starring Katharine Hepburn is my all-time fave.

    heidig@gmail.com

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  76. The Sound of Music is one of my favorites. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  77. I got the chance to meet Tina at Quilt Market in May and she was just lovely - so excited for her book to be coming out...and the 5th of October just so happens to be my birthday *ahem* ;)

    So hard to pick a favourite movie; there are just so many great ones! At the top of my list right now though are Penelope, Desk Set, and the most recent BBC Sense & Sensibility...and All the President's Men...and Bright Star...and....hehe!

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  78. My favorite 2 movies are Last of the Mohicans, and My Fair Lady. Love the clothes and hats in that one!

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  79. The book looks fantastic! Hmm, no favorite movie, but I watched Julie & Julia recently and it made me laugh out loud.

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  80. Oh-so many movies are favorites! But since she mentioned liking old ones-my favorite oldie is Some Like It Hot! It's just too funny!

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  81. Okay this is sooo cheesy but I think that my favorite movie is 'Uncle Buck' starring John Candy *grin*. I just love that movie and it makes me laugh so hard every time I see it :) Tina's book looks fantastic to!!

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  82. Wow! The book looks like so much fun! My favorite movie is probably Sleeping Beauty :)

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  83. Thanks for the giveaway, the book looks awesome! :))
    My favorite movie is "Out of Africa"

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  84. Looks like a great book. My fave movie huh? Hmmm... I love Jack Lemmon in Missing.

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  85. One of my favorite films is "12 angry man" from 1957. Thanks.Dana
    manufacturi@yahoo.com

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  86. What a cool person Tina Givens is! Thanks for such a wonderful interview.
    I have way too many favorite movies but one obscure one I love is "The Spitfire Grill"
    If I just wanna get happy I watch a Danny Kaye movie.

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  87. So exciting! The book looks great. Definitely going on my Christmas list, but it would be so cool if Santa brought it early. :-)
    Favorite movies--date night - Casablanca, with my kids - the old Haley Mills movies and things like that. I watched Don't Eat the Daisies with Doris Day this weekend and was reminded how much I love movies of that era/genre.

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  88. The book looks wonderful! Two movies always make me feel better : Amelie and Moulin Rouge. Visually and story wise.

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  89. Tina, I love your fabric! You are one of my very faves. The pillows on my sofa are even made out of your fabric and I've gotten tons of compliments. I love Jane Austen, so my favorite film would have to be A&E's production of "Pride and Prejudice."

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  90. My favorite 1930 or 1940's movie? That is easy - Arsenic and Old Lace with Cary Grant and Josephie Hull.
    But the real stars are the Aunts! I love that movie!
    I always laugh so hard watching it!
    I love all of Tina Givens fabrics - and of course, I already have my stash of Opal Owl too!

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  91. Nice interview, the book sounds great, and my favorite film is an oldie, Gone with the Wind. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  92. Now that is the most beautifully illustrated book I've seen in a long while! Hmm, favourite movie, all time has to be 'Pride and prejudice' (the BBC version - well I'm a brit after all! LOL) What a great giveaway, thanks for the opportunity!

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  93. What a fun interview!! My favorite movies? Probably "To Kill A Mockingbird" with "GWTH" right up there!
    Thanks for asking! :)

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  94. Love the book! My favorite classic movie pick: It's a Wonderful Life. Love Jimmy Stewart and the message played throughout the entire movie!

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  95. Tina Givens is responsible for my current fabric addiction. ;) (no, really)

    And favorite film... that's a tough one. Probably "37°2 Le matin" or "Belle de jour" (Catherine Deneuve is stunning in this film). Or maybe just "Babe" which is a perfect, simply lovely little film that always makes me smile.

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  96. I love STP music !!! your graphics too.

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  97. Oh my goodness, I am so overwhelmed with all this lovely stuff. You guys are super and inspiring to me to create more... so thank you so very much for all the lovely comments and wow, a lot of excellent movie favorites..... this is an imaginative group! I adore you all, and thanks so much for all the love!
    Best
    Tina Givens

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  98. Wow! Thank you for this great interview and for holding this give away.

    My favourite movie is Princess Mononoke; it's a really beautiful Japanese animated movie :)

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