Once again, there are so many new fabric lines that I am liking!! Here are a couple I recently purchased selected prints of.
Hello, Bear: Love the muted palette, especially the splashes of teal and coral amongst the neutrals.
Yoyogi Park: A friend Just let us know she was pregant, and then I received Hawthorne Threads newsletter with this wonderful line from Skinny La Minx. Perfect for a baby quilt – right!!
Elizabeth: Of course Tula Pink’s new line, my favorite prints are the stripes. I did not pink up the flower pints. Don’t shot me, but this is one of first Tula Pink’s lines I have liked a majority of the prints, in a while. I think there are some great basics in this line that can be mixed in with other prints.
Linking up with Molli Sparkles for Sunday Stash. See button on the right.
Ever had those days where you just can’t do anything. That has been my last 3 days, I totally blame it on the detox diet I am doing for the next 10 days. For an attempt to get out of that funk…why not post about fabric and upcoming activities + the winner of my giveaway.
Did you all see Craftsy Mystery Quilt Workshop?? It is with Tula Pink using Fox Fields. I definitely signed up as I am hoping the quilt is something like her butterfly quilt. The fabric arrived for the workshop this week:
I love those rabbit fabrics!! The colors are going to make a fantastic quilt….I don’t think I would have bought yardage of this line, so I am happy for a project for them.
The other project/competition I am so excited for is Umbrella Prints annual competition. The trimmings packet arrived yesterday.
Now, all I need is an idea and a project to use these lovelies.
Thank you all so much for your wonderful comments on my 500 followers post. And without further adieu, the winner of the 500 follower give-away package is: which is Jannette @ Quilting with Jannette. Congratulations, I will email you tonight to get your postage address and colors for your triple zipper pouch.
I definitely love being on vacation, and to share there is one more vacation post coming tomorrow. As far as my sewing efforts, I did not get 4 hours a day but did at least two which is great if you ask me. I also did not get everything done that I wanted (I was a little too optimistic), but I did make a good dent in my list. I managed to complete or start:
Finally, I finished Blocks 1, 2, 3 of Tula City Sampler and in 1/2 day managed 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (3 weeks down, only 6 more to catch-up on). Here are what the last 6 blocks look like….remember I a using Spring House by Moda for the fabric.
Summary of my 9 blocks
Also, it is the last week of the Let’s get Acquainted New Bloggers Blog Hop which has been hosted by Beth @ Plum and June. A big shout out to Beth who has been a wonderful and inspiring host. If you have a chance check out the last week’s New Bloggers Post.