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Sunday, October 25, 2015

Bunny Tales; Stonehenge Gradations; Thimble Pleasures; It's A Ruff Life; fall quilt retreat

As if 135 bolts of new fabric wasn't enough, we received even more stuff this week! 

Five bolts of "Bunny Tales" by Darlene Zimmerman came in last week but I forgot to post a picture of them.  OOPS!  

These would be great as a baby quilt or for the 1930's fan in all of us!  
"Bunny Tales" by Darlene Zimmerman 

The big brown truck left 24 bolts of super yummy fabric on Tuesday.  Wow!  

We've been pacing back and forth and biting our nails for these bolts to arrive:  Stonehenge "Gradations" is finally here.  YIPEE!!  These prints are the "Oxidized Copper" colorway.  

They arrived on Tuesday but, they're already going fast.  
Stonehenge "Gradations" Oxidized Copper bolts 
 The big brown truck also left these super yummy prints from the "Thimble Pleasures" collection by Quilting Treasures:  vintage sewing machines on black and cream; vintage scissors on black and cream; thimbles on black, pink and cream; a linear print; tape measures on pink and cream; a dressmaker's collage; and two adorable panels of vintage sewing machines.   
vintage sewing machines, scissors and thimbles

more yummy prints of "Thimble Pleasures" 

"Thimble Pleasures" panel on black 

vintage sewing machines on cream 

If you're owned by a four legged kid, these two prints would be perfect for them:  dog bones on black and cream.  These are from the "It's a Ruff Life" collection by Quilting Treasures. 

How cute are these?  Ruff!  
dog bones on black and cream!

We received 42 different English Paper Piecing papers:  pentagons, half square triangles, diamonds, hearts, and a bajillion sizes of hexagons.   

These are some of the new papers we have.  

new English Paper Piecing papers

We were honored to return as the vendor for Cassville's quilt guild fall retreat.  What a blast! With a lot of help from Sally and Sweetness, we took most of our inventory.  

If you were in the shop yesterday, we have not been robbed, I just got carried away taking everything I could think of to the retreat.  

These ladies are super talented and so willing to share their quilting experience with us.  

Thanks, Cassville Quilt Guild for having us!   
the big room where everyone sews!  

Karen's itty bitty block.  These are gorgeous 

Jennifer's scrap quilt she backed with old jeans.  She''ll rag the seams later! 

Jenny's table runner using Kansas Troubles prints 

Beth made this Missouri Star using "Summer Breeze" prints 

Sweetness built two four sided cubes to hold some of the fat quarters and charm packs we took to retreat. 

What a guy!  I think I'll keep him!  
"Summer Breeze" fat quarters in our new cube! 

"Lady Slipper Lodge" fat quarters in their new home! 

charm packs in their new home during retreat 

more charm packs in their new home! 

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