The big brown truck strikes again! This time it left behind yummy fabric, new batiks and invisible threads.
|invisible thread available in two different sized spools.|
I love this fabric. It's called "American Heroes" by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics. It will be GREAT in a Quilt of Valor!
|"American Heroes" fabric by Whistler Studios.|
This yummy print is called "Storybook Classics", also by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics. It makes a great addition to your 1930's stash!
|"Storybook Classics" by Whistler Studios.|
These prints are "Audras Iris Garden" for Moda. They're so bright and cheery! Just in time for summer!
|"Audras Iris Garden" for Moda|
The big brown truck also brought new batiks this week. These three are from the "Jelly Bean Batiks" collection by Moda.
|"Jelly Bean" batik by Moda|
|colorful "Jelly Bean" batik print|
|I love this batik. The blues and yellows are intermittent throughout the bolt.|
The "Token of Friendship" booklets arrived this week. These are by Kansas Troubles (the greatest designer on the planet!) and has LOTS of different patterns. Yummy!
Pat and her embroidery machine have been very busy. She made this burp pads using flannel then embroidered a cute motif on the front.
I told her they were too cute to use as burp pads!
Pat made this top as a gift for her son, Carl. She used one of the blocks in the "365 Quilt Blocks a Year" perpetual calendar called "Around the Block" (March 3rd's block).
She used "Wish You Were Here" jelly rolls for this queen size top. I made her swear she'd bring it back after it's quilted and the binding is on!
Great job, Pat. We know Carl will love it!
Pat also brought in this quilt she made for her granddaughter (I wonder if she'd adopt me?). She used "Mimi" fabrics and different size Tumbler blocks.
The solid purple binding really makes this quilt pop!
|Tumbler quilt Pat made for her granddaughter|
|solid purple binding Pat used on her "Mimi" quilt!|