Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Some Recent Purchases

When I went to Fort Wayne to take the class from Jacquie we all went to a quilt shop together.
 I made a few purchases while I was there and thought I would share what I got.
 I love the Paris map fabric and the blueprint fabric too.
 My favorite though was the wavy line, gradated fabric.
 It is so cool! 


I also bought this purple fabric and some gray too.
 I never buy purple but I really liked this one. 


I also formed a new friendship with Jenny while I was there.  
She and I were talking about the typewriter fabric from Ruby Star Shining. 
 I love that fabric!  
I had no idea how large those typewriters really were 
until Jenny sent me a couple of them (thanks Jenny). 
 She also send a few scraps of the Mendocino swimming sisters.
  Isn't she just the sweetest??


 When I got back home I was perusing Fabric.com and found some Nightshade by Tula Pink.  Hmmm, that bird one needed to come and live with me.  





I'm not sure which color I like the best and check out that selvedge!
  It's worth buying some for that alone! 
 Any of you Tula Pink fans?


That's it for now my peeps. 
 I will pop back in soon. 

If you live in the US have a Happy 4th of July!!

It's GREAT to be free!!  Have a wonderful holiday!!

~XOP~


6 comments:

Colleen said...

Love TP Nightshade! She recently came to town, did an awesome talk, shared her sketch book of a new line called Salt Water, shared Birds and Bees quilts and Night shade quilts, and then we hung out afterward-she is a hoot! I love the night shade faces and made a AB birdie sling with it. Love the typewriters too. Made a pillow for a swap and was going to use them in a polaroid style block but they were 6"!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Sweet purchases and prezzies Pam! Have a good 4th!

Sara said...

You got some great fabrics!! Happy 4TH!!!

Brenda said...

Looks like you got some great fabrics! Have a wonderful 4th!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Loving you new fabrics, especially the typewriters! Happy Independence Day!

Anonymous said...

Hey, I've been looking for some arcitectural fabric prints. Who makes that and what's it called? Thanks!

Laura

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