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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Lady Slipper Lodge; Mill Book 1892; Secret Sisters and four weeks of "Show and Tell"!

I'm still getting caught up posting stuff to the blog. I've fallen seriously behind but, I think I can see light at the end of the tunnel! 

We received four more bolts of "Lady Slipper Lodge" last week.  We now have 29 bolts of this line with more prints coming soon.  
Lady Slipper Lodge:  walnut marble, large floral, purple weave and tan weave prints 

The big brown truck left several boxes last week. Inside two of them were more prints of "Mill Book circa 1892" by Howard Marcus.  

The profits from this collection will be donated to the Texas Quilt Museum.  

We'd previously received other prints from this collection, those pictures are on a different post.  

Mill Book 1892 prints:  brick, walnut and tan colorways 

Mill Book 1892 by Howard Marcus: purple, green and tan colorways 
Sharon saw these patterns and fell in love with them. They're called "Caddy Pads".  They unfold to become your own personal ironing pad.  

These would be great for traveling, taking a class or going to a retreat.  The heat resistant fabric is included so, decide which fabric to use for the outside and you're almost done!  

We have these patterns in two sizes:  junior and regular.  

We love it when customers bring their projects for Show and Tell.  

As previously mentioned, I've fallen behind getting pictures posted so, here goes!
Diane H. brought this top she recently finished. We love the different colors she used for each block. 

Vickie C's quilt she brought in for Show and Tell.  We love this sampler! 

table topper Karla made using "Turning Leaves" border stripe.  Yummy! 

Nola and Diane.  I can't remember if one of them made this or someone gave it to them??? 

Janet B. made this gorgeous top and brought in for Show and Tell. 

Jacey made this throw for herself.  Great job, Jacey! 

Sandy received this nifty sewing kit from her Secret Sister! 

Dorothy received this neck warmer from her Secret Sister! 

Nola showed us her knitted socks project!  

Pat made this table runner using one of the "Back to Charm School" patterns 

Shirley received books from her Secret Sister 
Nola brought in these cosmetic bags she recently made.  

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