I know I've been a bore lately...sorry! There hasn't been a lot of time for anything other than packing to move and finishing my next fabric line. I've been able to sneak in some little bits here and there to stitch some hexies when I've been out and about....waiting for this or that. Carrying a few supplies in my purse has been very handy.
See how tiny they are?
And sew very cute!
I really love this soft buttery yellow. I do have a plan with these...like my last ones. I still have my other little flower to put to use....and I will! Hopefully I'll get pictures when I finish up the projects for these.
They're so quick and fun, I love making them!
I thought I'd show you this vintage quilt I found on our mini road trip home from Spokane a few weekends ago. I love to stop at this place called Thorp where they have fruits, vegtables, other foods and treats and then there is a couple stories above of antiques. It's really cool!
When I spotted this cheater hexie quilt, I knew it was going home with me! It's about a twin size so I can't wait to display it on Ava's new bed when we move.
Ava spotted this vintage Raggedy Ann doll and wasn't letting it go! She needs some TLC, but it'll have to wait for now. Pretty cute huh?
One more tiny thing to share. As I was innocently browsing this magazine while waiting in the grocery store line, (this super amazing quilt by Elizabeth Hartman of Oh, Fransson! on the front caught my eye!), I contemplated if I should buy it or not (i had a very full cart! = $$), as I flipped to the end of the magazine where the ad's are, I almost closed it. And then....I saw my little fabrics in the corner of a page!
I did a double take, but sure enough, they were mine!
Thank you Fabric Shack in Waynesville, Ohio for making my day! (eeek!) No I didn't tell the grocery clerk, but I secretly wanted to! Yes, I know, it's a tiny little ad, but it made me smile.
So, taking this new found information into consideration, I did purchase the magazine.
Have a wonderful week!