(1) home made chicken soup
(2) a foot massage
(3) mint flavored toothpicks
This is what my shopping cart looked like as I chose fabrics from Sauder's on Friday. My focus this trip, as it has been for the last two trips, was to beef up my neutrals stash.
As you know I like scrappy quilts and I like a lot of Bonnie Hunter's scrappy patterns, so when I buy neutral fabrics I use her guidelines - anything that has a white, cream, beige or tan background. Any color or pattern can be printed on the foreground, but if that background reads as a neutral? it works like a charm!
I found a few pieces on their remnant table that I just had to have!
The pieces on the right are the only exceptions to my neutrals - now take a look at what I got!
The pictures should get biggie sized if you click on them!
Aren't these gorgeous?!
There's a little birdie in there, perched on a musical score - its called Girlie Girl, by Dana Brooks for Henry Glass & Co. They also had the birds in pink, but I kinda like the blue.
I like words!
That find-a-word piece is different; I think I've seen it around but I never bought any of it before.
Some fun pieces! Good morning, good night, wake up and eat! Is the Kellogg's piece a neutral? You betcha - the background makes it qualified!
Lots of variety in these pieces... I like the boldness of the piece on the left; it's called Paper Dolls Around the World by Sibling Arts Studio for Blue Hill Fabrics. There was just over a yard left on the bolt, so I took it all!
This piece was from the $2.99 flat fold table at Good's; it's called Garden Romance, by Hoffman. Pretty!
I like the variety of fabrics I got, I like that they add lots of variety to my neutrals stash. They have been thoroughly petted and are waiting to be snuggled in next to my other neutrals. Love it! Now - how many of these can I use before our trip next October???
That's it for now, have a great Monday - sew forth and sew on til later!