I bought this range of lovely prints from Flare Fabrics.
I would like to make another quilt like my "Owl at Night" and I thought they would make a terrific background!
Owl at Night by Karen H 2012
I bought a bunch of fat quarters from Nicole at Log Cabin Yardage. Some of these will be backgrounds, some will be fussy cut and some of them are just nice so I bought them!
These fat quarters came from Quilt Junction. I've got a project in mind and will use these fabrics but it will be for later!
Not really exciting but absolutely necessary threads from Superior. I love dealing with Anita at Cotton Mill Threadworks.
These yummy fabrics came from Border Creek Station. Sherry designs and sells patterns that are perfect for those of you who love Civil War style quilts. I'll be using these fabrics to make the blocks for Missie Carpenter's pattern that I am testing!
Picton Fabric World tempted me with these lovelies! They will go in an upcoming quilt!
Fridays Off is a great shop that carries modern fabrics. I managed to pick up a couple of fat quarters that aren't quite in my colour palette or aesthetic but I'll fin a quilt for them!
Hyggeligt Fabric carries an interesting range of fabrics including Oakshots, Liberty, Shweshwe and Kaffe. She had a great sale on solids (who doesn't need solids?) so I picked up a few for my stash!
Sew Little Time had some great fabrics on sale so you know what happened! I bought even MORE fabric. Many of these are perfect for fussy cuts!
Sylvia is a member of my Guild and she has opened her own online quilt shop, Country Clothesline. She has lovely fresh modern fabrics that have a vintage feel! She also sells original, hand-made, pretty throw quilts and pillowcases! She was at the quilt show and I drooled over her fabrics. I'm sure you will too!
My Guild has a Members' Boutique where we can sell our wares. Look at what I got! On the left is a fabulous pincushion and on the right is a zakka style sewing kit!
I carry a piece of paper with various sizes of hexagons cut out so I can test fabric for fussy cutting when I'm at a show or a quilt shop! Oh the possibilities in this fabric!
Right - time to refill your cup and sit back and enjoy a few more quilts from the show! As I slowly go through and post the pictures I am amazed at the talent within my Guild. Visitors to our show are asked to pick their favourite quilt and I heard so many say that they couldn't choose because there were so many outstanding quilts! I agree with them wholeheartedly!
"It's About Time"
"Diamonds Are Forever"
"A Garden For Grandma"
"Cream of the Crop"
"Happy Times on Easy Street"