Our trip to Lancaster on Thursday morning started out on the
foggy side so it really wasn't great for taking many photo's.
It's not a trip to Lancaster without getting behind at least
one horse and buggy.
I had to take one of the pumpkin pictures and play with
it in Prisma. It's a modern twist on a simple fall photo.
No trip is complete without stopping for a fresh
bag of warm kettle corn for the drive home.
... Now on to the fabric ...
This trip wasn't as productive as past trips. I'm not sure if it
was the selections or price or maybe a combo of
both. Deb felt the same way and we just chalked it
up to the time of year.
I would say a majority of my fabrics were found in
Zook's sale bin. Most were priced at $3.99 per yard
with a few at $4.99 per yard. Those I purchased in
2 yard cuts - for that price - why not!
The 5 fabrics [above] as well as the 3 fabrics [below] were not on sale.
I feel fabric at $9 and $10 per yard is way over-priced so these
fabrics are in 1/2 yard cuts. The only reason I purchased them was
because of a holiday quilt I started and didn't have enough fabric
with golden accents to finish [as strange as that sounds].
I did find two jelly rolls for a reason price of $26.00 per roll.
All the other stores we went into had them marked at $38.00!
This fabric is Forest Frost and all the strips are glitter.
This roll has a French feel to it - thus it's name Ville Fleurie.
It's nice to have a few of jelly rolls hanging around the old sewing
room when you feel like doing something uncomplicated.