Tuesday, March 10, 2015

My Visit to The Fabric Shack

The last stop before home was at the Fabric Shack in Waynesville, Ohio.  
If you are ever in the area it is certainly worth the stop! 
 Not only do they have a shop but a warehouse too.  
You can't go to the warehouse but if you see something they have online and you don't see it in the shop they will walk over to the warehouse and pick it up for you!  
They were super friendly too.  I walked away with this amazing stack of fabrics.

I found this xo fabric that I thought would be fun to add to the next wedding quilt I have to make.  And see that blue one in the middle?  I have used up all I had of that for several bindings. 
 I was so happy to find more of it!

Plus Vikings!!!  I have wanted this line for a long time but was hesitant to buy it online. 
 I bought quite a bit o f the dragons intending to make some pillow cases for my daughter out of it. 
 I am also thinking about stitching a version of "Toothless" from How to Train Your Dragon for her and this would make a lovely border or back for that.  
Plus, well my own Viking heritage!! 
 I will make a spectacular Viking quilt one day.  I might even need a little more of this line.

I loved this line.  I don't have anything specific in mind for this but it was so beautiful in person.  
The hand of the Art Gallery fabrics is one of my favorites to be sure and this did not disappoint!  Someone needs to have a baby!!!

That concludes the Lincoln Vacation portion of the blog for the minute. 
 I know I am "over blogging" but I have so much more to write about 
and needed to get this out of my system too.  
I hope you have enjoyed our trip as well and found some new must see places to visit yourself!



Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Oh the viking fabric is very cute. The oldest grandson is a How to Train Your Dragon fan and Dragon pillowcases would be a treat! Sweet animal print too. I love to order from Fabric Shack so I am envious you got to visit their store.

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