It's nice to keep our UPS and Fed-X guys busy.
I'm starting a 4th of July quilt using a pattern that Jenny from
Missouri Star Quilting demonstrated a few weeks ago.
I placed three fabric orders over the past month. All
on sale for between $2.99 - $3.99 per yard so in my world
that what I call a real deal [plus no tax & free shipping].
This is the start of the music fabric collection. I've been
looking at tote bag patterns as well as little clutch bag
patterns. Let's see what I can make by February to take
on the Smooth Jazz Cruise to the Caribbean.
I haven't posted this fabric on Facebook because it just
might start a riot! I have enough to make two lap quilts for
upcoming rescue auctions and with the leftovers also
do some stuffed mini-terriers.
I needed some super-cute fabric to have on
hand for some small kids quilts.
I purchased the last 1/2 yard of the gold fabric. I can
understand why it sold out because it's really pretty.
More fabric for kids quilts.
The nautical whales I found at JoAnn's on sale.
The whales, lobsters, and lighthouse fabrics have been sitting
in the sale section at Hancock's for months so I finally
broke down and ordered them.
These are flannel. I ordered with Outreach in mind to
make a few things like taggies and burp cloths.
Simple pattern with basic colors to have on hand.
More music fabric.
A little Christmas.
The final stack to be incorporated into my stash.
This should keep me sewing for a few weeks.