I still only have the binding machine-sewn on this quilt, but thought it would look prettier photographed on a bed than on the clothesline. Now to begin the blind stitching...
As I mentioned earlier, Marjorie and I hit 9 of the 14 shops in the North Texas Shop Hop. At each shop we got a free fat quarter...these are mine. A couple of the shops let you choose any one in the shop, but most had a limited selection to choose from.
I bought these at Cabbage Rose to make a table runner, figgy pudding by basicgrey from Moda.
This was the last they had of this Tulip Nouveau by Ro Gregg for Northcott at Quilt Among Friends but it was so pretty I had to take it. They had shown a black skirt and jacket trimmed in it. Maybe I will get the urge to take up garment making again.
And at Common Threads they had a bin of "scraps" that you could fill a bag with for $2, and fill it I did!
Can you believe all this was in there? I especially love the orange and brown vintage cowboy print.
In total, I don't think I spent more than $30 (excluding gas :-), but we sure had fun!