This week I'm...
...drooling over this stack of incoming fabric mail and, yes, plotting to order more. Shelburne Falls...you need it. Trust me.
...finally making the churn dash quilt I've been wanting for months. I'm so excited about this one.
...starting work on my Intrepid Thread Scrap Challenge bundle. I can't wait to start paper piecing these beauties.
...trying to decide what this is going to be. I had originally planned to make it into a pillow, but I've made so many lately that I'm itching to try something else. Any ideas?
...booked to the rafters. With Ash Wednesday, Valentine's Day, Bunny's 6th birthday, and a much anticipated visit from my parents-in-law all happening in the next seven days, we have a rather full schedule going on this week.
At least life isn't boring.
Linking up to WIP Wednesday.
I would make a framed coin purse with those hexies! Or maybe a notebook cover. Or maybe I would cover a lamp shade with those. They are just too gorgeous! Oh and that Christmas print is one of my all time faves!ReplyDelete
The hexies would make a cute doll quilt. Enjoy your new fabricsReplyDelete
So much beautiful fabric! Particularly like the selection for the churn dash! What is the map fabric? Lovely!ReplyDelete
I'm going large with my hexies and aiming for a quilt. But there's no short term satisfaction in that. Lori's suggestion of a little purse would be awesome I reckon.ReplyDelete
Great pictures of lovely things... Look forward to seeing your projects coming along!ReplyDelete
Love the CD fabrics, they will be really striking! Have you considered making some sort of bag from the Hexys?? :)ReplyDelete
Lovely! What about a pouch?ReplyDelete
GREAT taste in fabric!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, now all I want to do is order fabric. ;-)ReplyDelete
lots of fun goodies and lovely projects.ReplyDelete
Mmmm. Fabric. And Hexies. You're totally an unintentional enabler, because now I want to buy fabric (like an above comment) and make hexies :)ReplyDelete
I recently saw one hexy project that was a table scarf. I'm making a wall hanging. It sort of depends on how you arrange the hexies. You can also just use it like fabric and make things out of it like tote bags. They are too much fun.ReplyDelete
So many fun and beautiful things in this post!!!ReplyDelete
Great fabrics! What are you planning for the Alexander Henry Christmas fabric? I've been hoarding mine...I just love that print! :)ReplyDelete